Montco Careers—Montgomery County Community College

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Montgomery County Community College invites applications for the Part-time Training and Assessment Coordinator, CareerLink (Temporary, Grant-Funded) position. The Coordinator is responsible for educating CareerLink clients and administering assessments and training as required. The selected applicant may be working from any of the required locations based on need.

This position will be required to travel between the Norristown CareerLink Office, the
Blue Bell and Pottstown campuses.

The ideal candidate for this position would possess the ability to carry out the following:


Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Administer testing and preparation for National Career Readiness Certifications (NCRC) provided by the ACT, Corp.
  • Ensure examinees are tested in accordance with requirements.
  • Evaluate test scores.
    • Offer remediation at MCCC when appropriate WorkKeys Assessment levels are not met.
  • Maintain records and compile reports to ensure program effectiveness.
  • As part of remediation, educate individuals so they reach their highest potential.
  • Provide monthly status reports to the Director of Workforce DevelopmentCreate training procedure guides.
  • Interview and assess the needs of clients who are new to CareerLink
    • Offer available resources.
    • Record results and submit to a CareerLink specialist.
  • Provide information about the college.
  • Confer with directors and instructors at WIB-funded or private-sector schools.
    • Offer advice on the effective uses of WorkKeys Curriculum and WorkKeys Assessments.
  • Counsel trainees to make appropriate career decisions based on the results of their assessments.
  • Demonstrate the effective use of WorkKeys Curriculum and WorkKeys Assessments to other educational entities.
  • Develop and conduct training sessions to broaden and improve workforce readiness and leadership skills.

Essential Knowledge & Skills

Education/Training/Work Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in education, counseling, social work, human services or related field required
  • Two or more years’ experience providing academic advising, counseling, testing/assessment and job development services in a higher education or social services setting
  • Experience in educational and training program administration preferred
  • Experience working with socio-economically disadvantaged populations preferred

Specialized Knowledge & Skills

The candidate must be certified to administer WorkKeys or other career readiness assessments.

Essential Competencies

In addition to a deep understanding of those the college serves and to be responsive to their needs, the position requires:

  • Collaboration
  • A willingness to put oneself in the minds of others and to anticipate needs from other points of views
  • The ability to show commitment to continuous quality improvement.
  • A talent for identifying and implementing new creative approaches
  • A forward-thinking mindset
  • A work ethic that prioritizes efficiency, quality, and fiscal responsibility
  • Goal-tracking skills
  • A disciplined, process-focused approach to decision opportunities
  • The ability to hold oneself and others accountable.
  • Compassion for others’ feelings
  • An ability to motivate
  • Effective collaboration abilities
  • Hallmarks of a team-leader.
  • The ability to make people feel empowered

For the complete job description and to apply for this position, please visit This position will close Sunday, Jan. 1, 2023.

MCCC offers a comprehensive curriculum of more than 100 degree and certificate programs, a Virtual Campus, a Culinary Arts Institute, a Municipal Police Academy, and specialized workforce development programs, all of which leverage the College’s nationally ranked use of innovative technology. An Achieving the Dream (AtD) Leader College, the institution is positioned at the vanguard of national efforts to increase completion, improve learning outcomes, and remove barriers to access for more than 24,000 students annually. The College is also recognized regionally and nationally for its sustainability leadership, work with military veterans, and community service and service-learning opportunities. Montgomery County Community College was recognized by NISOD and Diverse: Issues in Higher Education as one of 16 “2021 Promising Places to Work in Community Colleges.” Visit or follow the college on Twitter @mccc.

Montgomery County Community College (MCCC) has a strong institutional commitment to diversity and is dedicated to excellence through diversity in education and employment. MCCC, an EEO Employer, provides equal employment and educational opportunities to all who are qualified. In keeping with the College’s diversity initiative, MCCC seeks and welcomes applications from diverse candidates, those who have had multicultural experience, and those who can demonstrate a commitment to diversity.

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