Executing innovative workforce strategies    that contribute to the economic     competitiveness of our region        2013...
Maryland’s Workforce System  Maryland DLLR  Maryland DLLR  State GWIB  12 LWIAs  WIN  Economic Development  Community Coll...
Susquehanna Workforce Investment Board             & Network• Workforce Investment  Board (“W.I.B.”)   –   31-member board...
Susquehanna Workforce Investment Board             & Network•   Over 30 years of Oversight•   High Performer•   Innovation...
Available Funding$5,000,000$4,500,000                                                                                     ...
Investment                                 Basic           Business                                  Job            Servic...
Business Engagement & Services                      Services Requested                             Business outreach     ...
Business Examples Start-Up    Labor Market/Workforce Info    Community Information Sessions    Recruitment activities thr...
Susquehanna Workforce Centers. . .    Operate through a partnership between the   Susquehanna Workforce Network, Inc. and...
Serving 29,426               Customers! Cecil         Aberdeen10,054           5,973 34%              20%                 ...
Workforce                            Center Services Job Listings                    Employment Advising Labor Market I...
Occupations with the highest job opening advertised online in CecilCounty, MD on March 19, 2013       Rank           Occup...
General Youth Services          Targeted Youth Services   Entry Level (Ages 18 -21)    – SWN contracts with youth servi...
RESULTS                   Measure           Standard   Performance       Performance vs. Standard                         ...
RESULTS New Job Title              Wages             SWN Services          Maintenance Tech         $27.00               C...
1,240 Youth Served 2011Outreach and Job Fairs – 969   Training Activity – 237       MEASURE          STANDARD   PERFORMANC...
Cecil County Industry EmploymentQuarterly Average Employment                                                              ...
Industry Sectors Average Weekly Wage            Leisure and Hospitality    $346.00                    Other Services      ...
Top (20) Cecil County Employers as of                      Sept 2012W. L. Gore & Associates                   GORE-TEX® me...
Susquehanna WIA Private Sector Establishments by Size                    As of Q4 2011         Size      Establishments   ...
Population of Susquehanna WIA by Sex and Age2000 vs. 2010               2000       2010        Absolute     Percent       ...
Percentage of Population 25 years and over byEducational Attainment, 2010                      Cecil     Harford     Anne ...
Highest Level of Educational Attainment ofSusquehanna WIA Residents, Age 25 and over2005 vs. 2010                         ...
Susquehanna WIA Inflow/Outflow Job CountsAs of 2010, based on Primary Jobs                                       The relat...
Workforce Investment Board (SWN)        Strategic Priorities  Meeting the need of Business  Creating awareness of the re...
Executing innovative workforcestrategies that contribute to the  economic competitiveness of our region and improving the ...
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2013 cecil leadership

  1. 1. Executing innovative workforce strategies that contribute to the economic competitiveness of our region 2013 Cecil Leadership Institute Bruce England, Executive Director
  2. 2. Maryland’s Workforce System Maryland DLLR Maryland DLLR State GWIB 12 LWIAs WIN Economic Development Community Colleges School Systems State Agencies CBOs Local Businesses State GWIB 12 LWIAs WIN Economic Development Community Colleges
  3. 3. Susquehanna Workforce Investment Board & Network• Workforce Investment Board (“W.I.B.”) – 31-member board – Business-led – Regional policies and plans – Policy and oversight of Workforce Programs• Susquehanna Workforce Network, Inc. (“S.W.N.”) – Non-profit corporation – Provides info/data to W.I.B. – Enhances workforce development system – Operates programs and services
  4. 4. Susquehanna Workforce Investment Board & Network• Over 30 years of Oversight• High Performer• Innovation, Coordination, Proactive• Nationally Recognized• Knowledgeable and Committed• Business-Focused• Benefits to the Region
  5. 5. Available Funding$5,000,000$4,500,000 $103,136$4,000,000 $798,036 $2,331,425$3,500,000 $899,253$3,000,000 $1,739,977 $1,819,606 $439,847$2,500,000 $861,748 $1,341,721 $1,230,267$2,000,000 $1,293,166 $2,525,695 $2,523,274 $2,342,164 $1,247,471 $2,096,718 $2,033,964$1,500,000 $1,657,840 $1,527,409 $1,475,920 $1,408,563$1,000,000 $500,000 $0 PY04 PY05 PY06 PY07 PY08 PY09 PY10 PY11 PY12 Projected WIA Allocation Non-WIA Allocation ARRA WIA Allocation
  6. 6. Investment Basic Business Job ServicesTraining Administrative Search 21% 7% 5% 16% Youth Skills, Upgrade, A Specific dvising Grant Services 11% 21% 19%
  7. 7. Business Engagement & Services Services Requested  Business outreach job order/job match 71%  2910 businesses engaged recruitment assistance 16%  Incumbent worker training 1% 1% 2% 1%2% 2% other 4% 4% site visit 2%  Workforce attraction16% training/grant information 2% job fair coordinator 2%  On-the-Job training 71% seminar 1%  Re-employment Assistance/ Rapid Response rapid response 1% networking 1%
  8. 8. Business Examples Start-Up Labor Market/Workforce Info Community Information Sessions Recruitment activities through Workforce Centers and Job Fairs Large Regional Business - Rapid Response Multiple sessions at Workforce Center Assisted impacted workersIncumbent Worker Grants MESP – (Energy Efficiency Business) $5,584 Investment$40K Local Government Contract multiple contracts ; 10+ employees MBW Defense Contractor = Government Contracting, Project Mgmt Engineering Manufacturer = Mill & Lathe, Basic Math, ESOL
  9. 9. Susquehanna Workforce Centers. . .  Operate through a partnership between the Susquehanna Workforce Network, Inc. and the Division of Workforce Development in coordination with other workforce partners.  Connect job seekers to employment and training services.
  10. 10. Serving 29,426 Customers! Cecil Aberdeen10,054 5,973 34% 20% Bel Air 13,399 46% Aberdeen Bel Air Cecil
  11. 11. Workforce Center Services Job Listings  Employment Advising Labor Market Info  Skill Enhancement & Training Services Workshops – Job Search  Woofound (NEW) – Interviews/Resumes – Applying for Federal Jobs  Specialized programs/services Career Assessment  Veterans  Early Intervention Proficiency Testing  Dislocated Workers
  12. 12. Occupations with the highest job opening advertised online in CecilCounty, MD on March 19, 2013 Rank Occupation Group Job Openings 1 Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Occupations 117 2 Sales and Related Occupations 97 3 Transportation and Material Moving Occupations 70 4 Food Preparation and Serving Related Occupations 53 5 Management Occupations 52 6 Personal Care and Service Occupations 41 7 Office and Administrative Support Occupations 35 8 Architecture and Engineering Occupations 21 9 Education, Training, and Library Occupations 16 10 Building & Grounds Cleaning & Maintenance Occup. 13 11 Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, and Media Occ 12 12 Healthcare Support Occupations 12 13 Production Occupations 12 14 Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Occupations 11 15 Business and Financial Operations Occupations 11 16 Computer and Mathematical Occupations 6 17 Construction and Extraction Occupations 6 18 Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Occupations 4 19 Community and Social Services Occupations 4 20 Protective Service Occupations 4 21 Life, Physical, and Social Science Occupations 3 22 Military Specific Occupations 1
  13. 13. General Youth Services Targeted Youth Services  Entry Level (Ages 18 -21) – SWN contracts with youth service and Summer Job Fairs providers for services to youth who have (Ages 16 -21) - 4 dropped out of the public school system and/or are basic skills deficient.  Workshops  Harford County Public Job Search 101 Background Check/Security Schools (55 youth) Clearance  Harford Community Career Options College – Certificate to Job Fair Preparation Career in 1 Year (25 youth)
  14. 14. RESULTS Measure Standard Performance Performance vs. Standard Met or Exceeded**Entered Employment RateAdults 84% 82.0% √Dislocated Workers 89% 85.6% √Retention RateAdults 84% 84.8% √Dislocated Workers 91% 88.6% √Average EarningsAdults $13,100 $18,473* √Dislocated Workers $16,585 $19,690* √ * 6 month income / ** meet= wi 10% of standard / exceed = over standard
  15. 15. RESULTS New Job Title Wages SWN Services Maintenance Tech $27.00 Core/MWEBusiness Development Coordinator $19.50 Basic Computer Classes Software Developer $43.27 Core, Intensive, Training Human Resources Specialist $9.00 Core, Intensive, Training Cardiac Sonographer $33.00 Core, Intensive, Training Fabrication Technician $21.00 Core, Intensive, Training Business Requirement Analyst $44.57 Core, Intensive, Training Q. A. Migration Conversion $25.00 Web Design Classes Field/Network Technician $27.41 Core, Intensive, Training Queue Coordinator $20.19 Basic Computer Classes CNC Operator/Machinist $23.00 Core, Intensive Electrical Maintenance $20.00 Core, Intensive Project Engineer $42.00 Core, Intensive, Training Inspector $25.00 Core, Intensive Welder $17.00 Welding Support Tech 5 $28.00 Core, Intensive, Training HR Administrator $18.02 Core, Intensive, Training Assistant Facility Manager $24.03 SWN/Core Services Industrial Hygienist $22.26 Online Industrial Hygienist Program Computer Technician $18.53 Core, Intensive, Training Electrical Powerline Install $30.00 Core, Intensive Project Manger $54.69 Core, PMP Training Operations Integrator $21.63 Core Only Maintenance General Supervisor $44.71 Project Management Program
  16. 16. 1,240 Youth Served 2011Outreach and Job Fairs – 969 Training Activity – 237 MEASURE STANDARD PERFORMANCEYouth Attainment of 66% 76.9%Degree or CertificateYouth Placement inEmployment of 63% 89.5%EducationYouth 65% 78.3%Literacy/Numeracy
  17. 17. Cecil County Industry EmploymentQuarterly Average Employment Federal Government, 1,633 Other Services, 910 State Government, 570 Leisure and Hospitality, 3,941 Local Government, 3,642 Natural Resources and Mining, 851 Education and Health Services, 3,900 Construction, 1,233 Professional and Business Services, 1,661 Manufacturing, 4,273 Financial Activities, 674 Information, 147 Trade, Transportation, and Utilities, 6,567
  18. 18. Industry Sectors Average Weekly Wage Leisure and Hospitality $346.00 Other Services $454.00 Natural Resources and Mining $622.00Professional and Business Services $660.00Trade, Transportation, and Utilities $682.00 Construction $730.00 Financial Activities $761.00 Education and Health Services $807.00 Local Government $910.00 State Government $923.00 Information $1,044.00 Federal Government $1,373.00 Manufacturing $1,409.00
  19. 19. Top (20) Cecil County Employers as of Sept 2012W. L. Gore & Associates GORE-TEX® medical products / R&D 2,387Union Hospital / Affinity Health System Medical services 1,236Perry Point VA Med. Ctr.* Medical services 1,125Walmart Consumer goods 500Cecil College Higher education 494ATK Propellants, rocket motors 436IKEA Home furnishings distrib. 370Terumo Medical Products Medical products / R&D 342Terumo Cardiovascular Systems Medical products / R&D 297Penn National Gaming / Hollywood Casino Casino gaming 261Burris Logistics Refrigerated trucking 250McDonalds Restaurants 240Moon Nurseries Nursery products 240Sandy Cove Ministries Conf. and retreat center 231C&S Wholesale Grocers Food products distribution 224Kenneth O. Lester / PFG Food products distribution 205Calvert Manor Healthcare Center Nursing care 200YMCA of Cecil County Recreation and sports ctr. 200Bayside Comm. Network Services for the disabled 190Upper Bay Counseling Medical services 185
  20. 20. Susquehanna WIA Private Sector Establishments by Size As of Q4 2011 Size Establishments % of Total % of Total Establishments Employment Micro (0-9) 5,490 76.1% 17.8% Small (10-24) 1,073 14.9% 18.9% Medium (25-99) 521 7.2% 27.4% Large (>=100) 132 1.8% 36.0% Total 7,216 100.0% 100.0%
  21. 21. Population of Susquehanna WIA by Sex and Age2000 vs. 2010 2000 2010 Absolute Percent Change ChangePopulation 304,541 345,934 41,393 13.6%Male 149,675 169,994 20,319 13.6%Female 154,866 175,940 21,074 13.6%AgeUnder 9 46,092 44,678 -1,414 -3.1%10 to 19 45,473 50,048 4,575 10.1%20 to 24 14,362 19,879 5,517 38.4%25 to 34 40,657 39,812 -845 -2.1%35 to 44 55,127 48,360 -6,767 -12.3%45 to 54 44,257 57,372 13,115 29.6%55 to 59 15,967 23,262 7,295 45.7%60 and over 42,606 62,523 19,917 46.7%
  22. 22. Percentage of Population 25 years and over byEducational Attainment, 2010 Cecil Harford Anne Baltimore Baltimore Carroll Howard Maryland Arundel County City TotalLess than 9th grade 3.3% 2.4% 3.0% 3.3% 8.2% 2.2% 3.3% 4.7%9th to 12th grade,no diploma 7.7% 5.4% 7.7% 6.6% 14.9% 5.9% 2.3% 7.2%High schoolgraduate 36.2% 29.6% 24.5% 27.0% 29.5% 30.8% 14.2% 25.9%Some college, nodegree 24.0% 22.6% 22.2% 21.1% 19.4% 18.9% 14.0% 19.7%Associates degree 6.5% 8.3% 7.0% 6.3% 3.7% 7.2% 7.1% 6.3%Bachelor’s degree 14.6% 19.2% 21.6% 20.3% 13.2% 20.0% 30.2% 19.7%Graduate orprofessionaldegree 7.6% 12.5% 14.0% 15.3% 11.0% 14.9% 28.9% 16.4%Percent highschool graduate orhigher 88.9% 92.2% 89.3% 90.1% 76.9% 91.8% 94.3% 88.1% Up to high school diploma 47.2% 37.4% 35.2% 36.9% 52.6% 38.9% 19.8% 37.8%Percent bachelor’sdegree or higher 22.2% 31.7% 35.5% 35.6% 24.2% 34.9% 59.1% 36.1%
  23. 23. Highest Level of Educational Attainment ofSusquehanna WIA Residents, Age 25 and over2005 vs. 2010 2005 2010 Absolute Percent Change ChangePopulation 25 and over 216,882 231,031 14,149 6.5%Less than 9th grade 6,759 6,227 -532 -7.9%9th to 12th grade, no diploma 18,422 13,969 -4,453 -24.2%High school graduate 67,964 72,780 4,816 7.1%Some college, no degree 47,219 53,155 5,936 12.6%Associates degree 17,207 18,024 817 4.7%Bachelor’s degree 38,869 41,270 2,401 6.2%Graduate or professional degree 20,442 25,606 5,164 25.3%
  24. 24. Susquehanna WIA Inflow/Outflow Job CountsAs of 2010, based on Primary Jobs The relative size of the Venn diagram circles represents the amount of workers living and working in SWIA. The size of the intersection area represents the count of workers that live and work in SWIA. Thirty-seven percent of SWIA residents also work in the SWIA; 60.2 percent of all SWIA workers live in SWIA.Source: U.S. Census Bureau, OnTheMap
  25. 25. Workforce Investment Board (SWN) Strategic Priorities  Meeting the need of Business  Creating awareness of the region (Branding)  Workplace Readiness Skills  Elevate awareness of SWN
  26. 26. Executing innovative workforcestrategies that contribute to the economic competitiveness of our region and improving the quality of life for business and job seekers.
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