Multicultural Council of Windsor & Essex County

PROGRAM: Preparing for Success Program

POSITION: Employment & Training Services Career Developer (2)

REPORTS TO: MCC Education Program Manager

Job Type: Full Time (35 hours/week) – 12-month temporary contract

Salary: $30.08 p/hour

Compensation: Comprehensive Benefits Plan


In support of the mission and vision of the Multicultural Council of Windsor & Essex County, the Employment & Training Services Career Developer is responsible for providing employment support service to MCC clients and to facilitate work placements for clients. This will include (not limited to) providing advise, coach, support, and facilitate clients as they navigate labour market.


  • Post-secondary education and/or degree in related field of study (i.e. Human Services, Administration, Communication) and/or relevant experience
  • Knowledge and experience with issues related to diverse populations.
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently and be flexible to demanding and changing timelines.
  • Level of high energy experience facilitating classrooms both in-person and remotely.
  • Excellent public speaking, presentation, teaching, facilitating, and writing skills.
  • Experience in job search facilitation, coaching and employment counseling.
  • Knowledge of current legislation, issues and policies affecting any immigrants and refugees including professional accreditation and equivalency requirementsExperience in job/career development and assessment.
  • Strong understanding of employment law and legislative requirements.
  • Proven competency using all major software packages, including Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint)
  • Ability to speak a second language considered an asset
  • Must possess a valid Level 3 vulnerable sector police clearance, renewed every 3 years



  • Implement marketing and recruitment strategies to ensure that participant targets (both employers and participants) are met while ensuring the program has a high profile in the community.
  • Presentations to various organizations and or employers, agencies in order to recruit participants for the program.
  • Meet with clients to complete intake process, assessment of client skills to ensure proper placement.
  • Assist clients in career planning
  • Introduce participants and employers to assist them in creating the setting for a successful partnership
  • Provide individual employment counseling to participants if and when required
  • Educate clients of proper job search process, including but not limited to: resume building, cover letter building, and job search techniques.
  • Establish networks with potential employers and industries within the community to identify employment trends and employment opportunities.
  • Implementation of administrative processes to ensure that reporting and communications requirements are met, including a tracking process when the participant began, progress during the course and follow up 3, 6 and 9 months after the placement completion.
  • Conduct outreach with prospective employers to attain information in regards to job opportunities, job placements and supports for clients
  • Participate in internal and external committees in the community
  • Provide participants with the skills required in order successfully complete the interview process with the particular employer.
  • Monitor and offer supports to participants in work placements and supports for employers.
  • Document, track and ensure targeted employment outcomes are met
  • Provide reports as required by immediate supervisor and the funder
  • Refer clients to appropriate MCC or Windsor-Essex County community services as per client need
  • Other duties as assigned.



  • Seeks to understand support and work toward MCC’s goals and objectives. 
  • Steps forward to address difficult issues and presents concerns constructively. 
  • Champions new and innovative approaches 
  • Develops commitment in others through participative decision making and empowerment. 


  • Participates in sector specific committees and promotes MCC vision. 
  • Develops and nurtures a strong network of contacts by partnering with community agencies, ethno-cultural groups and community committees. 


  • Demonstrates an understanding of internal and external clients and gives precedence to the needs of clients. 
  • Requests feedback and input from clients and uses it for continuous improvement. 


  • Demonstrates a readiness to assist others. 
  • Participates actively on teams, contributing ideas and suggestions towards meeting MCC goals. 
  • Is open to others ideas and supports team decisions. 
  • Demonstrates awareness and respect for others’ objectives and responsibilities. 


  • Presents information and expresses ideas clearly through the spoken word; influences or persuades others 
  • Writes clearly and effectively to present ideas and to document activities. 


  • Attempts to resolve conflicts situations collaboratively and works toward win –win situations. 
  • Builds support for ideas or changes by developing and presenting logical arguments 
  • Motivates and generates commitment by tying ideas into the needs and goals of MCC and others. 


  • Acknowledges and assumes of responsibility for actions within the scope of their position with respect to their program/services, clients, and the organization as a whole. 


  • Please submit your Resume and Cover letter in .doc or .pdf format by Friday, September 29th, 2023 directly to:
  • Subject Line: RE: Employment & Training Services Career Developer
  • Please apply for this job only in the manner specified above. Failure to do so may result in your application not being properly considered for the position.
  • The MCC is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes all applicants for this position; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
  • As per AODA guidelines, individuals with disabilities during the recruitment, assessment, and selection process will be accommodated upon request.
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