Employment Coordinators help people find the job that suits them best. They work with clients to prepare themselves to become employable with resume support and interview preparation.
$30,000 - $80,000+
Like this career?
Born and raised in Canada, I was an at-risk youth who had many struggles with school. It is crazy because looking back at it – I feel If I had some sort of mentorship or someone to support me in finding things I was interested in, I might have been different. When my life began to get on track, I realized I wanted to help people see things that make them happy; In a fulfilling work environment. I started out doing social work-based jobs with various vulnerable populations for almost three years, then I started to enjoy helping people with their career journey, which led me to employment counseling.
What is your educational background?
Diploma in Community and Justice Services and a Bachelors Degree in Human Rights and Equity
What are your daily responsibilities?
Resume creation, Job searching, Interview Prep, and advocating for clients to employers
What advice would you give to the 15 – 18 year old version of yourself?
Sometime’s, the bigger picture is not always clear at the start of your journey, but when you reach where you are supposed to be, it will always make sense.
Help clients set and work towards career-related goals
Coach clients on building self confidence, employment skills and physichal/mental goal setting
Act as a mentor and someone for their clients to confide in.
Employers include colleges and universities, and large companies and organizations
Most are self-employed
Coaches employed at companies usually work regular office hours
Self-employed coaches have more flexible schedules
Travel to meet with clients or attend industry events
Attributes & Abilities
Analytical and problem-solving skills
Organized & detail-oriented
Have a questions about this career?
(647) 968 – 3304
4 Aquila Court
Etobicoke, ON M9W 5J2