What Do Job Developers Do?
Job developers are responsible for building resumes, conducting interviews, and maintaining administrative records. They may maintain caseloads of thirty consumers or more and must complete vocational assessment profiles with clients to assess their needs, interests, and experience.
Job developers typically assist clients in updating and writing resumes and may also escort clients to local businesses and assist them in completing job applications and interviews. They must report job development…Read more
- Interview, train, and advise job seekers in regards to career paths.
- Facilitate hiring process by suggesting applicants and ensuring job placement.
- Interface between job seekers and organizations looking to hire employees.
- Research job opportunities and leads through various forms of media and provide this information to job seekers.