The Connector role assesses and identifies a client’s needs in a collaborative and client-centred process to ensure their suitability for interventions and service options. This role will support accountability by organizing service delivery that is appropriate, coordinated, and timely to address client needs and desired outcomes.
They link, liaise, join, attach, and share.
Be able to build good working relationships
Understand career development theory and applications
Be able to conduct effective research
Adhere to confidentiality protocols
- Have a working knowledge of employment/career related services, programs, and interventions
- Connect with community organizations, service providers, and referral agencies
- Deliver information sessions
- Possess an ability to access and effectively use information and communications technology
- Maintain accurate client files and adhere to confidentiality protocols
- Adhere to inclusionary practice, ethical decision making, respect for diversity, and confidentiality
- Have a commitment to professional development and career self-management
- Possess a solid understanding of Labour Market Information and its applications
- Recommend relevant job opportunities to clients
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