Work with the Project Director in maintaining and improving all grant-related activities, metrics and initiatives on a statewide level and aid participating Ivy Tech campuses.
Outreach and engage prospective workforce partners through face-to-face meetings, phone conversations, social media (focus on posting and growing Linked In and/or Twitter), email, events, and other formats as appropriate.
Initiate activities to grow the apprenticeship programs in multiple sectors.
Will expand registered apprenticeship/pre-apprenticeship programs in existing and new occupational areas to meet local talent needs of employers.
Compile and analyze data to find trends based on employer needs.
Support employer and jobseekers as they navigate into state approved apprenticeship programs.
Work with employer and apprentice to ensure success of apprenticeship, troubleshoot and mitigate challenges or issues.
Contact employers post apprenticeship as needed to request employment verification.
Build long-lasting, mutually beneficial relationships with external contacts and internal departments.
Provide clear, consistent communication on a frequent basis to Ivy Tech staff and faculty about the progress of the grant-funded initiatives as directed.
Travel to Ivy Tech campuses and to meetings with external partners, as possible. Utilize virtual meeting technology as appropriate to conduct meetings.
This is not to be construed as an exhaustive list. Other duties logically associated with this position may be assigned. All responsibilities will be conducted within the parameters of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), other applicable regulatory requirements, and professional standards.
SUPERVISION RECEIVED: Project Director
SUPERVISION GIVEN: None