eMentor Position Available at NTI (UPDATE: POSITION FILLED)

eMentor Position Available at NTI: Apply Now!

Here at NTI, we have formed a Virtual eMentoring Services Program to support the recruiting, training and hiring process for candidates with disabilities towards job success. With this new program, we’re in need of eMentors/Job Coaches/Job Advisors who will report to our Associate Director of eMentoring Services. Position can be performed virtually or in our Boston, MA office.

The main responsibilities of this job include:
  • Committing to work a minimum of 25 hours per week
  • Connecting with and following a group of assigned mentees
  • Acting as a virtual resource and guide for your mentees via calls, emails, texts and/or Skype
  • Serving as an example/role model towards successful job placement
  • Following and guiding newly graduated candidates from NTI University through the various stages of the recruitment cycle
  • Assisting in resume writing
  • Role-playing for interviews
  • Offering dialogue around work accommodations

To thrive in this position, you must successfully pass through all NTI training processes in a timely manner. Plus, you must have a passion for guiding others to be successful in meeting  a goal and have solid self esteem and a clear speaking voice.

Skills/background required for this job:
  • Comprehensive communication skill set
  • Able to listen, share and teach with a high emotional IQ
  • Post-secondary education highly desirable
  • Background as a business professional, nurse, teacher or in human services, etc.
  • Technical ability to assist candidates with basic computer troubleshooting, learn new software, manage several databases and type at least 20 wpm.

Please note that there will be a background check.

Interested? Contact us today at www.nticentral.org/apply

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