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Type of Apprenticeship: Registered

Program Design: Hybrid

SOC Code: 13-1151.00 - Training and Development Specialists

Location: St. Ann

$20.91 / hr

Credentials Received

  • Certificate

Additional Certifications Received

National Veterans’ Training Institute

Program Description

  • Facilitate employment, training and placement services for veterans.
  • Maintain regular contact with regional community leaders, employers, labor unions, training programs, and employer organizations for the purpose of keeping them advised of eligible veterans and eligible persons available for employment and training. (On site visits required throughout the area of responsibility)
  • Encourage employers and labor unions to employ eligible veterans and eligible persons and conduct job development. Promote and monitor local on-the-job training and apprenticeship programs for veterans. (On site visits required throughout the area of responsibility)
  • Promote the participation of veterans in federally funded employment and training programs. Monitor the listing of vacant positions with State employment agencies by Federal agencies, and report to the Director for Veterans’ Employment and Training for the State Concerned any evidence of failure to provide priority or other special consideration in the provision of services to veterans as is required by law or regulation.
  • Responsible for providing quarterly reports to the manager/supervisor of the Job Center and to the  Jobs for Veterans State Grants (JVSG) Program Coordinator or their designee.
  • Provide workshops and training to employers, and Job Center staff.
  • Provide veteran related resources to Job Center staff.
  • Document all services and activities in the database system as required by program guidelines.
  • Complete apprenticeship program
  • Perform other related work as assigned.
  • Demonstrate regular and reliable attendance.

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Requirements or Restrictions

This position must be filled by a veteran who was discharged under other than dishonorable conditions.

  • Must have a valid Missouri Driver’s license.    
  • Employee is required to travel and attend a one-time, week-long, out-of-state veteran specific training within the first 12 months of employment.  The Department will arrange and cover applicable travel/lodging expenses.
  • On a weekly basis, up to 80% of work time the employee shall travel within the assigned service counties to conduct outreach to employers, labor unions, community-based organizations, faith-based organizations, corrections and educational organizations, veterans’ organizations and other veteran-focused events/activities. This will generally consist of day travel with occasional overnight travel.

Length of Program

Position is full time with up to 2 years of On-the- Job Learning with 153 hours National Veterans’ Training Institute supplemental education course work. 

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