The Oakland Private Industry Council (OPIC) is accepting applications on behalf of the Alameda Workforce Investment Board:


Title: Job Developer

                           $29.50 Hourly


Full time Exempt (37.5 hours   per week)

Benefits NOT Included


Type   of Appointment:  Temporary –Fulltime


Length of Assignment: October   1, 2011 – December 31, 2012


Job Number:  121609

Number of Positions: Three (3)

Department:  Alameda County WIB

Schedule:  8:30 a.m. to 5:00   p.m. M-F; 37.5 hrs/wk

Opening Date:  August 29, 2012

Closing Date:  September 14, 2012 or Until filled

Type of Recruitment: Open


HOW TO APPLY: Applicants mail, e-mail or fax resume with cover letter as follows:

Oakland PIC                                       or         E-mail:

HR – PIC Jobs

1212 Broadway, Suite 300                 or         FAX to:  T. Simmons

Oakland, CA 94612                                           (510) 839-3766

Responsibility for the timely submission of resume rests with the applicant.  To be considered the resumemust be received no later than the closing date of the announcement.

This announcement may be used to fill the same or similar positions, temporary or permanent which become available within 180 days of the closing date.  ALL QUALIFIED APPLICANTS WILL RECEIVE CONSIDERATION FOR THIS POSITION WITHOUT REGARD TO RACE, AGE, RELIGION, COLOR, SEX, NATIONAL ORIGIN, POLITICAL AFFILIATION, OR PHYSICAL DISABILITY.

The Oakland Private Industry Council is an equal opportunity employer and program operator.  Auxiliary aids are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.  For TDD services please call: 1-800-735-2922.

El Oakland Private Industry Council, Inc., ofrece igualdad de oportunidades como empleador y operador de programas.  Asistencia y servicios auxiliares para personas

descapacitadas seran disponibles cuando se requieran.  Para servicio TDD (para personas sordo-mudas) por favor llame al 1-800-735-2922.



Under direction of the NUMMI Project Manager, located at the 24100 Amador St., 6th Floor

Hayward, CA 94544, theJob Developer is responsible for providing vocational assessment, job matching, job coaching and employment services for services for NUMMI clients.


�      Researches employment market and identifies job opportunities;

�      Plans and implements on-site employer recruitments;

�      Works as part of ACWIB Business Services team;

�      Participates in outreach events such as job and resource fairs;

�      Outreaches and markets program services to employers;

�      Creates On the Job Training (OJT) opportunities;

�      Prepares and updates employment services marketing materials;

�      Conducts client assessments and provides coaching for employment readiness;

�      Screens, matches and refers candidates for job opportunities;

�      Coordinates hiring process between employer and job site, as appropriate;

�      Transacts with clients and employers using forms, email, and other documents, as required;

�      Conducts workshops, trainings and group meetings on topics such as time management, employment retention, interview skills and employment readiness;

�      Provides on-site job coaching to new hires

�      Submits monthly activity report

�      Participates in staff meetings

�      Works irregular work schedule when necessary;

�      Performs other related duties as directed by Supervisor.


�      Bachelor’s degree with major coursework in a related field, or equivalent years of experience; or

�      Minimum two years experience working as an Employment Training Specialist, Job Developer, or in an agency working with unemployed/under employed individuals.


�      Knowledge of bay area labor market;

�      Must be enthusiastic, client-centered, creative, well spoken, well organized and well versed in employment possibilities;

�      Ability to maintain paper work and computer-based information in an orderly and up-to-date fashion;

�      Ability to work cooperatively with other staff members and with other agencies’ staff;

�      Working knowledge of local labor market and employment trends;

�      Ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with private sector, government, and community officials;

�      Ability to read, understand, explain and apply complex local, state, and/or federal regulations, policies, and procedures;

�      Ability to speak effectively to groups and prepare written and oral reports;

�      Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

�      Ability to multi-task and prioritize activities;

�    Ability to work with persons from diverse backgrounds;

�      Working knowledge of private sector and business practices;

�      Working knowledge of economic development programs and services;

�      Working knowledge of community resources;

�      Knowledge of training and sales principles;

�      Computer literacy in Windows, MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Internet, Outlook and the Internet; some experience with databases.


�               Must possess a valid California driver’s license and reliable motor transportation with current registration and proof of insurance.

�               Must be available to work and represent the ACWIB at meetings or events on some evening and weekends.


About Oakland PIC

The Oakland PIC is a non-profit organization. The mission of the Oakland PIC is to provide accessible, high quality employment and training services to the Oakland community.  Through direct services and contracts with community-based agencies, Oakland PIC provides area residents with job search assistance, resources, and information/referral, as well as job skills training in classroom and on-the-job settings.  PIC also partners with the local business community, connecting its large diverse pool of job seekers with hiring employers.  PIC programs are free of charge to both job seekers and employers.  Oakland PIC career and business services are funded by the Oakland Workforce Investment Board.

Equal Employment Opportunity

The Oakland PIC is an equal opportunity employer.  Applicants shall not be discriminated against because of race, religion, sex, national origin, ethnicity, age, disability, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity, color, marital status, medical condition or the conditions of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) or AIDS related Conditions (ARC).

Employee Benefits

The Oakland PIC offers a range of benefits to its regular full-time employees, including paid leave, holidays, a 403(b) retirement plan, and medical, dental, life, and long term disability insurance.  Additional benefits may be available depending on employment category.  The extent and availability of benefits are subject to change without notice.

Organizational Values

The Oakland PIC values teamwork and expects that each employee will actively guide the organization and demonstrate by their own behavior the high standards that have been set by adhering to our organizational values.

Job Opportunity Announcement

Applicants must be guided solely by the provisions of this announcement, including requirements, time periods, and other particulars.  Required qualifications must be maintained throughout the employment period.


All persons entering Oakland PIC employment are required to present their Social Security Card and complete US Department of Justice Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification.

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