Use your valuable professional experience and networks to make a dramatic and lasting impact on the lives of local families by developing job training and career opportunities for low-income single moms in our community. The ideal candidate is a highly skilled networker and negotiator who can use their leadership to identify local workforce needs, secure professional jobs for participants, and work with participants to get ready for and sustain new careers.
ABOUT CLIMB WYOMING
For 35 years, Climb Wyoming has helped low-income single mothers discover self- sufficiency through career training and placement. To date, the program has helped more than 2,000 families reach selfsufficiency, the effects of which will be felt for generations to come. The basis of the Climb model is a job training and placement program, but there is more to permanent life change than getting a job. Essential elements of the Climb model include skills that ensure successful relationships on the job and in the home.
A strategic thinker who is connected to the local community and has practical experience in building meaningful partnerships
Someone who has innate curiosity and an eagerness to learn
A natural connector who can use negotiation skills and creative problem-solving in working with local employers and placing participants in jobs
Someone who has a high level of emotional intelligence and self-awareness
Skilled at administrative work and can track, record and report detailed fiscal and program information
Someone who would enjoy developing the job readiness skills of our participants
Able to listen without judgment
Skilled at managing files, processes, and team projects
Able to serve as the building office manager, maintaining supplies, inventory, and IT support
A collaborator who works efficiently with teams
Dedicated to providing the highest level of service to our participants
Fearlessly committed to open, direct communication and healthy relationships
Committed to learning and ongoing personal development
Bachelor’s degree or 3-5 years of relevant experience
Some exposure to a low-income population is a plus
This position will report to the Teton Area Program Director.
This is a full-time 40-hour per week position with a salary range of $50,000-65,000 with benefits.