Executing innovative workforce strategies
that contribute to the economic
competitiveness of our region
2014 Cecil Leaders...
Susquehanna Workforce Network, Inc.
(Susquehanna Workforce Investment
Board)
Susquehanna Workforce Investment Board &
Network
• Workforce Investment
Board (“W.I.B.”)
– 31-member board
– Business-led
...
Susquehanna Workforce Investment Board
& Network
• Over 30 years of Oversight
• High Performer
• Innovation, Coordination,...
Available Funding
Training
20%
Skills
Upgrade
15 %
Basic
Job
Search
14%
Youth
14%
Specific
Grant
24%
Administrative
6%
Business
Services
7%
...
* 31.5 Harford County
* 21.3 Cecil County
Highly-Educated Region
Adults with Bachelor's Degree
Prosperous Region
* $76,645 Harford County
* $66,025 Cecil County
Income
Median Household Income 2012
Source: American Community Survey 2012 Estimates
United States $51,371
Population of Susquehanna WIA by Sex
and Age (2000 vs. 2010 )
2000 2010 Absolute
Change
Percent
Change
Population 304,541 ...
Senior Workforce & Retirement Trend
 Population of those aged 60 or plus is expected to grow faster
in Susquehanna counti...
Key Findings of the Baltimore
Talent Development Pipeline Study
Healthcare Construction IT/ Cybersecurity Transportation &...
Detailed Findings: Share of Jobs by
Minimum Educational Requirements
Detailed Findings: Average Wages by
Minimum Educational Requirements
Susquehanna WIA Inflor/Outflow Job
Counts (As of 2010, based on Primary Jobs)
The relative size of the Venn
diagram circle...
Cecil County Industry Employment
Quarterly Average Employment
Federal Government, 1,583
State Government, 523
Local Govern...
Size Establishments % of Total
Establishments
% of Total
Employment
Micro (0-9) 5,490 76.1% 17.8%
Small (10-24) 1,073 14.9...
W. L. Gore & Associates GORE-TEX® medical products / R&D 2,387
Union Hospital / Affinity Health System Medical services 1,...
Industry Sectors Average Weekly Wage
$1,406.00
$1,207.00
$1,130.00
$802.00
$806.00
$784.00
$797.00
$730.00
$715.00
$660.00...
Occupational Hiring
Six sectors with the greatest promise of
mid-skilled jobs:
 The healthcare sector
 The construction ...
Business Services & Engagement
Business outreach
 4034 businesses
engaged/326 New
Incumbent worker training
Workforce ...
Occupations with the highest job opening advertised
online in the Susquehanna Region on March 24, 2014
Rank Industry Job O...
Serving 32,924
Customers!
Operate through a partnership between the Susquehanna Workforce
Network, Inc. and the Division ...
 Job Listings
 Labor Market Info
 Workshops
– Job Search
– Interviews/Resumes
– Applying for Federal Jobs
 Career Asse...
RESULTS
New Job Title Wages/HR SWN Services
Registered Nurse 29.00HR Training
General Maintenance Supervisor 44.71HR Train...
General Youth Services
 Entry Level (Ages 18 -21)
and Summer Job Fairs
(Ages 16 -21) - 4
 Workshops
Job Search 101
Back...
Executing innovative workforce strategies
that contribute to the economic
competitiveness of our region and
improving the ...
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2014 Cecil Leadership Institute 03.26.14

  1. 1. Executing innovative workforce strategies that contribute to the economic competitiveness of our region 2014 Cecil Leadership Institute Bruce England, Executive Director
  2. 2. Susquehanna Workforce Network, Inc. (Susquehanna Workforce Investment Board)
  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
  6. 6. Training 20% Skills Upgrade 15 % Basic Job Search 14% Youth 14% Specific Grant 24% Administrative 6% Business Services 7% Investment
  7. 7. * 31.5 Harford County * 21.3 Cecil County Highly-Educated Region Adults with Bachelor's Degree
  8. 8. Prosperous Region * $76,645 Harford County * $66,025 Cecil County
  9. 9. Income Median Household Income 2012 Source: American Community Survey 2012 Estimates United States $51,371
  10. 10. Population of Susquehanna WIA by Sex and Age (2000 vs. 2010 ) 2000 2010 Absolute Change Percent Change Population 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% Age Under 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%
  11. 11. Senior Workforce & Retirement Trend  Population of those aged 60 or plus is expected to grow faster in Susquehanna counties. Between 2010 and 2040:  Cecil County: +101 percent;  Harford County: +68 percent;  Maryland: +61 percent;  Average retirement age continued to rise:  Since 1996, the retirement age rose from 60 to 67;  Only 38 percent of the surveyed are confident about their financial security after retirement -- indication that many are reluctant to retire yet.
  12. 12. Key Findings of the Baltimore Talent Development Pipeline Study Healthcare Construction IT/ Cybersecurity Transportation & Logistics Business Services 1. Medical Records and Health Information Technicians 2. Pharmacy Technicians 3. Surgical Technologists 4. Radiologic Technologists and Technicians 5. Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technicians 6. Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses 7. Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics 8. Registered Nurses 9. Respiratory Therapists 10. Dental Hygienists 1. Electricians 2. Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters 3. Carpenters 4. Operating Engineers and Other Construction Equipment Operators 5. Highway Maintenance Workers 6. Brickmasons and Blockmasons 7. Glaziers 8. Elevator Installers and Repairers 9. Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Mechanics and Installers 1. Computer Support Specialists* 2. Computer Systems Analysts* 3. Network and Computer Systems Administrators 4. Information Security Analysts, Web Developers, and Computer Network Architects 1. Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators 2. Heavy and Tractor-Trailer Truck Drivers 3. Cargo and Freight Agents 4. Dispatchers 5. Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine Specialists 1. Tax Preparers 2. Human Resources Assistants 3. Hazardous Materials Removal Workers 4. Environmental Science and Protection Technicians, Including Health 5. Civil Engineering Technicians* 6. Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technicians* 7. Mechanical Engineering Technicians 8. Other Engineering Technicians 9. Architectural and Civil Drafters 10. Mechanical Drafters*
  13. 13. Detailed Findings: Share of Jobs by Minimum Educational Requirements
  14. 14. Detailed Findings: Average Wages by Minimum Educational Requirements
  15. 15. Susquehanna WIA Inflor/Outflow Job Counts (As 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
  16. 16. Cecil County Industry Employment Quarterly Average Employment Federal Government, 1,583 State Government, 523 Local Government, 4,067 Natural Resources and Mining, 810 Construction, 1,164 Manufacturing, 4,302 Trade, Transportation, and Utilities, 6,722 Information, 140 Financial Activities, 672 Professional and Business Services, 1,665 Education and Health Services, 3,777 Leisure and Hospitality, 3,367 Other Services, 910
  17. 17. Size Establishments % of Total Establishments % of Total 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% Susquehanna WIA Private Sector Establishments by Size As of Q4 2011
  18. 18. W. L. Gore & Associates GORE-TEX® medical products / R&D 2,387 Union Hospital / Affinity Health System Medical services 1,236 Perry Point VA Med. Ctr.* Medical services 1,125 Walmart Consumer goods 500 Cecil College Higher education 485 ATK Propellants, rocket motors 436 IKEA Home furnishings distrib. 370 Penn National Gaming / Hollywood Casino Casino gaming 350 Terumo Medical Products Medical products / R&D 342 Terumo Cardiovascular Systems Medical products / R&D 297 Bayside Comm. Network Services for the disabled 250 Burris Logistics Refrigerated trucking 250 McDonald's Restaurants 240 Moon Nurseries Nursery products 240 Sandy Cove Ministries Conf. and retreat center 231 Warwick Mushroom Farms Mushroom production 225 C&S Wholesale Grocers Food products distribution 224 Kenneth O. Lester / PFG Food products distribution 205 Calvert Manor Healthcare Center Nursing care 200 Restoration Hardware Home furnishings distribution 200 Top (20) Cecil County Employers as of Nov 2013
  19. 19. Industry Sectors Average Weekly Wage $1,406.00 $1,207.00 $1,130.00 $802.00 $806.00 $784.00 $797.00 $730.00 $715.00 $660.00 $665.00 $506.00 $341.00 Manufacturing Federal Government Information State Government Local Government Education and Health Services Financial Activities Construction Trade, Transportation, and Utilities Professional and Business Services Natural Resources and Mining Other Services Leisure and Hospitality
  20. 20. Occupational Hiring Six sectors with the greatest promise of mid-skilled jobs:  The healthcare sector  The construction sector  The information technology sector (including cybersecurity)  The transportation and warehousing sector (logistics)  The business services sector (including purchasing)  The manufacturing sector
  21. 21. Business Services & Engagement Business outreach  4034 businesses engaged/326 New Incumbent worker training Workforce attraction On-the-Job training Re-employment Assistance/ Rapid Response Prospect meetings
  22. 22. Occupations with the highest job opening advertised online in the Susquehanna Region on March 24, 2014 Rank Industry Job Openings 1 Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services 697 2 Retail Trade 326 3 Health Care and Social Assistance 275 4 Accommodation and Food Services 239 5 Manufacturing 233 6 Administrative and Support and Waste Manageme 163 7 Wholesale Trade 107 8 Other Services (except Public Administration) 81 9 Educational Services 80 10 Finance and Insurance 79 11 Public Administration 75 12 Transportation and Warehousing 57 13 Information 43 14 Real Estate and Rental and Leasing 39 15 Construction 27 16 Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation 9 17 Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting 7 18 Management of Companies and Enterprises 5 19 Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction 3 20 Utilities 3
  23. 23. Serving 32,924 Customers! 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.
  24. 24.  Job Listings  Labor Market Info  Workshops – Job Search – Interviews/Resumes – Applying for Federal Jobs  Career Assessment  Proficiency Testing Workforce Center Services  Employment Advising  Skill Enhancement & Training Services  Woofound (Career Interest)  Specialized programs/services  Veterans  Early Intervention  Dislocated Workers
  25. 25. RESULTS New Job Title Wages/HR SWN Services Registered Nurse 29.00HR Training General Maintenance Supervisor 44.71HR Training Nurse Clinician I 28.60HR Training Team Leader 22.95HR Core/Intensive/ Training Project Manager 27.17HR Training Purchasing Property Administrator 21.16HR Training Carpenter 25.00HR Training Video On Demand Medical Developer 18.75HR Training Logistician 26.00HR Training Production Area Leader 40.00HR Core/Intensive/Training Computer Technician 18.53HR Training Computer Server Administrator 37.50HR Training Truck Driver 20.00HR Core/Intensive CNC Operator 19.00HR Core/Intensive/Training Lead Mechanic 20.00HR Core/Intensive/Training Service Tech 17.00HR Core/Intensive Maintenance Tech 18.00HR Core/Intensive Process Tech 20.00HR Core/Intensive Administrative Assistant 20.00HR Training Machine Operator 23.11HR Core/Intensive/Training Senior Control Engineer 47.11HR Training Software Quality Assurance Engineer 40.07HR Core Electrical Mechanic Tech 24.84HR Training
  26. 26. General Youth Services  Entry Level (Ages 18 -21) and Summer Job Fairs (Ages 16 -21) - 4  Workshops Job Search 101 Background Check/Security Clearance Career Options Job Fair Preparation Targeted Youth Services – SWN contracts with youth service providers for services to youth who have dropped out of the public school system and/or are basic skills deficient.  Harford County Public Schools (55 youth)  Harford Community College – Certificate to Career in 1 Year (27 youth)  Henkels & McCoy, Inc. (55 youth)  Project Crossroads (20 youth)
  27. 27. Executing innovative workforce strategies that contribute to the economic competitiveness of our region and improving the quality of life for business and job seekers.
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