Employment Opportunities

We welcome your interest in joining a diverse, talented, professional, and extremely committed team. Every position at CCNP contributes to realizing our overall vision and mission. If you are interested in a career dedicated to building a community of hope and social justice, where financial hardships have been overcome and everyone lives in dignity and security, we encourage you to take the first step and apply today!

The Career Coach provides direct services for low-to moderate-income individuals who are enrolled as Financial
Opportunity Center participants. This person will interact with employers, service providers, and neighborhood
residents. The successful candidate will augment the employment component of the Financial Opportunity Center
(FOC) by (1) identifying employment sectors and employers able to hire FOC participants from CCNP’s targeted
neighborhoods; (2) assisting FOC participants in identifying long-term career aspirations and develop steps for
achieving their goals; (3) preparing FOC participants for employment opportunities through individual coaching on job search techniques, interview etiquette, resume development and related topics; and (4) helping FOC participants connect with employment or skills training to secure employment and to advance to a better job. The Career Coach will also hold workshops, network and maintain relationships to actively promote career opportunities.

Career Coach will perform a broad range of duties spanning the full employment cycle, including, but not limited to providing expert counsel, support and/or monitoring of the following:

  1. Design and implement outreach strategies to promote and encourage use of employment services by
    employers, residents and community stakeholders;
  2. Screen participants for program eligibility and conduct intake and orientation
  3. Interview participants to assess interest/qualifications for employment training and/or placement;
  4. Provide career coaching, follow up, and job retention services;
  5.  Instruct participants in job seeking application procedures, resume writing, interview preparation and job
    retention skills and attitudes through one-on-one career coaching and/or workshops;
  6. Initiate and maintain ongoing personal contacts with a variety of business and industry representatives and
    job placement/training agencies to promote the program for participant placement;
  7. Ability to communicate the benefits and employment support services provided by the program to employers, including addressing employer’s special needs;
  8. Work with employers to identify specific skills they are seeking and developing a process for participants to
    acquire those skills;
  9. Understand how and where to search for job leads; keeps current with trends and maintains updated labor
    market information obtained through research;
  10. Collect data from employers related to job orders, including job requirements and skills;
  11. Ability to successfully match job skills with applicant qualifications;
  12. Keep updated regarding job fairs and internet resources; and participates in outreach and recruitment
    activities by attending job fairs;
  13. Work as a member of the cross-functional team to provide integrated employment, financial coaching and
    income support services to participants and their families served by sharing information, participating in team meetings, and helping to track and report progress outcomes;
  14.  Ensure that all clients activities are documented and in compliance with the program objective;
  15. Ensure confidentiality of all records and maintain individual client files;
  16.  Collect and compile customer data for program assessment and evaluation purposes and incorporate
    customer success stories and anecdotes into program reports; may include preparing and entering data into
    various data tracking systems, and pulling/reviewing pre-set reports as needed by funder or for program
    evaluation purposes;
  17. Track participant activity, progress and outcomes through SalesForce;
  18.  Attend and actively participate in team meetings, in-service trainings, staff development meetings, and all
    required FOC meetings, conferences and trainings;
  19. Assist and participate in the planning and coordination of monthly, quarterly, and yearly events for FOC
    participants and their families, including community resource fairs and special events.
  20. Other duties as assigned by supervisor and executive leadership.


  • Bachelor Degree or equivalent education and experience in career coaching and employment placement
  • Successfully pass all post offer, pre-employment screening requirements, including criminal background
    check, and provide proof of eligibility to work in the United States.
  • TB Certificate
  •  Full COVID-19 Vaccination
  • Must have reliable transportation and State required automobile insurance coverage and valid Class C
  • California driver’s license (mileage to be reimbursed)

Description: The Supervising case manager is responsible for coordinating and supervising case management services for the FSC Program as well as working with leadership to develop strategies to sustain and expand the FSC program through fund development and grant writing. (more…)

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