Work Options for Women helps people overcome barriers to sustainable employment by building confidence while providing resources and culinary job training.
Since 1997, Work Options for Women has helped train and employ over 3,000 individuals in Denver. Work Options for Women not only prepares people to obtain entry-level employment, we work to ensure that our graduates have the culinary skills, job-readiness skills, life skills and ongoing support that they will need to retain employment and pursue a permanent career in the culinary sector.
Beginning in early 2018, we will be adding a Mobile Culinary Classroom to instruct students on an accelerated timeline who are coming out of incarceration and currently living in halfway houses around the metro area.
The ESC Program Assistant will support WOW's mission and program goals by working directly with clients to assist with skill building and employability, and providing administrative support.
Responsibilities include but not limited to:
-Teach ServSafe classes
-Teach employable classes
-Provide employment assistance to clients including resume/cover letter building, online application completion and interview preparation.
-Prepare paperwork and supplies for clents
-Assist with program outreach through presentations and tabling
-Complete various administrative tasks
-Provide accountability to students as they work to stay in compliance with program requirements
-Other tasks as assigned
Education: Bachelor's degree
Experience: Experience working with/desire to work with low income individuals. Excellent communication skills;strong organizational skills.
Corps members serve up to 35 hours in partner agencies. Up to 8 hours a week is spent in personal and professional development as a team.
Health coverage, Housing, Living allowance, Stipend, Training
We do not defer student loans but many of our participates have applied and been approved for student loan forbearance.
Subject to criminal background check