Who we are and what we do...
Make more than money. Make a difference.
Chugach Government Solutions (CGS) and subsidiaries
Our Mission is to set the standard for first-class business
services in the global market. We offer an exciting work
environment, competitive compensation, and excellent benefits.
CGS is a unique organization, capable of meeting the needs of
the government through a long-range program of business planning,
training, and sound business practices. CGS is the federal division
of Chugach Alaska Corporation (Chugach), one of the twelve original
Native Regional Corporations formed under the Alaska Natives Claims
Settlement Act of 1971. Chugach is privately owned by Alaska
Natives, and stock is not publicly traded.
CGS is a seasoned government contractor providing a wide span of
services to our federal customers with over 25 years of experience
in the industry. We seek consistency in quality and actively
innovate, finding new ways of doing business that adds value to our
customers. CGS currently operates on Department of Defense
installations sprinkled across the United States and at OCONUS
locations spread across the globe. With 12 subsidiaries
specializing in facility maintenance, IT/technical services,
construction, and education services, CGS offers a unique depth of
services equipped to support the most critical missions.
Shareholder Hire Preference.
Preference shall be given to eligible and qualified Chugach
shareholders, spouses and descendants, and shareholders of other
Alaska Native Corporations. Chugach makes every effort to identify,
hire, train, and promote shareholders. Chugach is an equal
opportunity/affirmative action employer. The company shall not
discriminate against any employee or applicant because of race,
color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender or gender identity
(except where gender is a bona fide occupational qualification),
national origin, age, disability, protected veteran status, marital
status, genetic information or any other factor protected by law.
CGS complies with applicable state and local laws governing
nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the
company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and
conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement,
promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of
absence, compensation and training.
Summary/General Description of Job:
Assists and provides guidance to separated or separating
students during the prescribed service period, providing placement
(employment, apprenticeship, and post-secondary education
opportunities), and transition services. Establishes robust
relationships with employers, community colleges, and other
entities to ensure successful placements with good career pathway
opportunities for economic self-sufficiency. Establishes thorough
knowledge of and referrals to community-based services available to
assist Job Corps graduates with successful transition into
independent living. Provides positive, individualized services to
Job Corps graduates and former enrollees, and documented case notes
that reflect services provided.
Essential Duties & Job Functions:
* Coaches students in regards to looking for a job or applying
for college or military; assists students with job search, resume
writing, and interviewing skills. * Contacts students prior to
separation, immediately following separation, and at least every
thirty (30) days post separation to provide placement and
transition assistance. * Verifies employment, job upgrades, and
school and/or military placement in compliance with government
regulations. * Develops and maintains partnerships with employers
to place Job Corps graduates in jobs with career potential and
former enrollees in entry level jobs. * Submits a monthly report to
management detailing the placement activities performed and the
contacts made to include placed, not placed, and cannot locate. *
Participates in trips to network with potential employers and
school officials. Attends career and college fairs. * Maintains
confidentiality of student records. * Creates and maintains
partnerships with One Stops or Job Service agencies in rural and
urban communities to foster interagency relationships to provide
and coordinate placement and transition services. * Conducts
6-month and 12-month follow-up calls with graduates to ensure they
are still employed; provides additional placement and transition
services as needed. * Inputs active electronic case notes, a
minimum of monthly, on students eligible for career transition
services. * Obtains placement verification documents for clients
placed in jobs, schools or military services in compliance with
Policy and Requirements Handbook requirements. * Provides job leads
to students in transition period, graduates, and former enrollees.
* Maintains accountability of students and property; adheres to
safety practices. * Cultivates and maintains a climate on Center
and at Career Transition Services functions that is free of
harassment, intimidation, and disrespect to provide a safe place
for staff and students to work and learn. * Promotes student
attainment of career success standards through modeling appropriate
skills, mentoring students, monitoring skill acquisition, and
intervening when inappropriate behavior is observed. * Perform all
other related duties as assigned.
* Completing all mandated training requirements per government
and management directives. * Timely and cost effective performance
of duties. * Ability to effectively communicate and present
information to students, management and line staff, corporate and
DOL personnel and public groups. * Ability to develop rapport and
positive working relationships with all departments * Timely
completion and accuracy of all departmental work. * Dealing with a
variety of people in a professional, courteous manner in
diversified situations. * Adherence to established company safety
policies and ability to work in a safe manner, using any required
personal protective equipment (PPE) as may be required. *
Compliance with company standard operating procedures and personnel
policies and procedures.
Job Requirements (Education, Experience, Professional
* Bachelor's degree in human services, psychology, counseling,
education, social science, communications, or closely related
field; or Associate's degree in human services, psychology,
counseling, education, social science, communications, or closely
related field, and 2 years' related experience. * Proficiency with
Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook at an intermediate level. *
Valid California driver's license, with an acceptable driving
record. * Successfully pass background check and drug test.
* Previous Job Corps Experience. * Experience in employment
agency and/or human resources.
SAN BERNARDINO, CA