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NYATEP13CNRW_Presentation

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This is the presentation co-developed & presented by Deidre Dutcher and Hannah Morgan of Career Navigator; and Todd Sloane of RochesterWorks!. It highlights the accelerated placement rates, reduction in staffing and ROI for the Career Navigator program as developed at RochesterWorks!

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  1. 1. Career © Navigator A Training Program for Job Search Success Deidre.Dutcher@gmail.com 585-330-6135 Watch the video at our website: CareerNavigatorProgram.com
  2. 2. Who is the ideal Career Navigator© Candidate? Job Seekers who: • Want to find a job quickly or, • Are motivated to look for work. • Have a solid work history or, • Are ready and able to take a job. • Do not need, want or qualify for additional types of training or, • Have completed training. • Professionals, veterans, graduates, career changers, dislocated workers.
  3. 3. Why Career Navigator©? • Referrals + Career Sites* + SoMe Recruiters >50% *Career Sites defined as Company Websites • Mid-sized companies added 2 million workers in the last 2 years. (Businesses with sales between $10 million and a billion dollars annually: factories, construction companies, professional services.)
  4. 4. What is Career Navigator©? Our multi-dimensional approach incorporates • Mechanics – Marketing Plan, Social Media, Networking, Interviewing, STAR Stories, Resume • Practice – Daily presentations, mock interviewing, speed networking, repetition • EQ – Dealing with job loss, managing relationships at home, successfully transitioning into new employment, lifetime career management
  5. 5. • 5 Full Days of Learning – Sets the pace, increases productivity • Proactive vs. Reactive – Marketing Plan vs. Resume – Target Lists
  6. 6. • Participant Centered • Group Dynamics • Skill Building Exercises
  7. 7. • • • • Critically necessary skills and drills Boot camp environment Address the human side of job loss (EQ) Team dynamics create support & confidence
  8. 8. Hannah Morgan
  9. 9. The Results RochesterWorks Summary Report August 2009 through June 2013 1711 Participants Average Age Average Income % Reporting Employment Average Days to Employment Median Days to Employment 51 $58,997 40% 95 73 USDOL Bureau of Labor Statistics (Oct 2013) Average Days to Employment 255 Median Days to Employment 118
  10. 10. GPS Team Certification • Run your own GPS Teams • Use Create multiple groups, specific focus groups • Use our proven process and materials for success • Highly structured Team process creates activity, accountability, motivation, results! • Maintains group cohesiveness. • Over 1,700 LinkedIn CN Group members provide continued support and networking opportunities.
  11. 11. • • • • • • • • • • RochesterWorks Niagara County WorkSourceOne Finger Lakes Works CSS Workforce NY WDI Buffalo-Erie County Dutchess County Veterans Bausch & Lomb Sikorsky
  12. 12. • • • • • Background RW Career Center Benefits Enrollment Process - scalable Search Teams – structure and benefits Self-sustaining model
  13. 13. • • • • Piloted during the WIRED grant Now largely self-sustaining for over four years Funded as a Short-term Prevocational Service Found on ETPL under “Career Navigator”
  14. 14. • Engaging “disconnected” DW’s • Rapid time-to-reemployment (65 days vs. 35+ weeks) • Reduction in exiting while receiving UI #’s • ED by re-employment and appropriate employment of these individuals
  15. 15. • Our goal – reduce barriers to participation, use technology to reduce staffing expense, engage professional DW’s. • Process: Social Media promotion > self-application > Electronic pre-screening > enrollment of prequalified candidates • Other methods...
  16. 16. • • • • • Weekly Accountability Group Cohort Model Staff-directed > Self-directed Cross-referral to other center services Time-to-reemployment 2/3 that of training without Search Teams
  17. 17. • Social Media “Graduate” promotion. • Linked In Group, Facebook, twitter integration. • Cost-benefit: especially as it relates to transferable skills.
  18. 18. • Engagement of professional DW’s • Rapid time to appropriate employment for these individuals • Higher rates of employment for these individuals and the community
  19. 19. • I am leaving out a lot of the details that we have learned through “the school of hard knocks” so… • If you have any questions about implementation at your site, now or after today, please ask! • Todd Sloane, Career Services Advisor, RochesterWorks!, tsloane@rochesterworks.org, 585.262.7527
  20. 20. How to Contact Career Navigator© Deidre.Dutcher@gmail.com 585-330-6135 Watch the video at our website: CareerNavigatorProgram.com

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