GDYT, WORKSITE MONITOR
Detroit, MI GDYT
Job Type
Temporary
Description

POSITION SUMMARY

The GDYT Worksite Monitor, reporting to the GDYT Director of Program Operations, will serve as the primary point of contact and support for both youth and employer partners during the summer work experience.  Worksite Monitors help ensure that youth participants receive accurate and timely pay, have a meaningful experience, and have access to resources to support program retention. The position is essential to the success of the program and must possess the following key values: excellence, respect, compassion, honesty, customer-focus, quality-driven, teamwork, and innovation. 


DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

· Exhibits flexibility within the workday to accommodate the needs of each worksite and the GDYT Program 

· Serves as a liaison for assigned worksites while providing support for both virtual and in-person GDYT youth participants

· Serves as liaison and provides support to GDYT employer partners

· Visits assigned virtual and in-person worksites at least twice a week

· Reviews and approves electronic timesheets, stipend benchmark achievements and other payroll requirements

· Monitors participants’ work experience, documents and reports any issues or violations to proper personnel

· Mediates youth concerns/issues with worksites, payroll, etc.

· Monitors youth attendance and behavior issues in partnership with worksites

· Completes site visit logs and monitoring reports weekly

· Manages youth pre-and post-surveys

· Secures employer performance appraisals and surveys

· Participates in required GDYT orientations and meetings

· Provides youth with referrals to support services as needed

· Performs other duties as assigned

Requirements

  QUALIFICATIONS

· Bachelor’s degree preferred

· Must possess 1-2 years of experience working with youth and/or employment programs 

· Must demonstrate organizational skills, written, verbal, and basic computer skills

· Must demonstrate ability to interact, plan, and communicate program goals and outcomes

· Have strong customer service skills and ability to interact with youth, parents, and worksite staff 

· Must Demonstrate ability to collect, manage, and assess various program documents

· Must have reliable transportation with the ability to travel to various worksites

· Must have a mobile phone


SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: No


LICENSES: Valid State of Michigan Driver’s License – Position requires field work.


OTHER: Background check and drug screen required. Salary commensurate with experience.


POSITION STATUS:  Temporary (4-month assignment)