While the RLS culture is friendly and informal, consultants are expected to maintain a professional appearance and demeanor when working with clients.
Both daytime and evening hours are covered.
In addition, support staff positions open up periodically.
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| Education Information Connection
| Staffing our Hotline to answer
| Entering data into our unique
database of classes and courses in a 7-county area.
| Presenting seminars in libraries and
schools in career development and job search subjects.
| Writing articles for local newspapers
on relevant subjects. We currently contribute to the Syracuse Post Standard
"Learn To Work" column, the 'Citizen' in Auburn, NY, eight neighborhood papers and the
Central New York Employment Guide.
| Conducting workshops for
not-for-profit health and human service agencies.
| Offering individualized
solution-focused counseling on a one-time basis.
| Team-building workshops for management
and affinity groups.
| Conflict resolution seminars.
| Teaching job search skills to down-sized
| Stress management for employees at all
| Offering up to six hours of individualzed
one-to-one counseling for corporate employees.
| Providing local and timely spousal
| Retirement seminars and workshops for
employees and their spouses. (Does not include financial planning).
|Displaced Homemaker Program|
| Designing and facilitating job-readiness
| Writing resumes for clients.
| Training the trainers in Career
| Doing follow-up interviews and inputting
results in database for outcome reports.
| Working with the Coordinator in all
aspects of the programs.
| Researching employment trends.
| Assisting clients on computers.
| Working on the RLS web site.
| Finding materials to add to the lending
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