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Pathways to Prosperity Career Navigator

Position Title:                Pathways to Prosperity Career Navigator

Reports to:                     Adult Education Manager

Status:                              Part-Time; Non-Exempt

Salary:                                 $17.50 per hour

Neighborhood House

Neighborhood House helps people with basic needs, education, multiple youth programs, and health and well-being. Neighborhood House is one of the most important institutions in the history of St. Paul’s West Side. Neighborhood House has been a welcoming presence for thousands of refugees and immigrants since its founding in 1897. Today, Neighborhood House serves more than 15,000 people at our six locations throughout the City of St. Paul.

Position Summary:  The Pathways to Prosperity Navigator supports recruitment, retention, and career navigation for participants in Medical Office courses offered through a partnership with Avivo.


Direct Service

Meet one-on-one with participants to set and pursue career and post-secondary education goals.

Coordinate partnerships with employers in the medical field.

Recruit and evaluate new participants to meet program eligibility.

Complete all program intake requirements and assessments.

Participate in on-going professional development related to goals and objectives of position

Data and Evaluation

Complete Client Track, SID, and Workforce One database training

Collect and enter all required data in accordance with agency and funding requirements

Enter student information and progress in Workforce One and the MDE database (SID)

Implement program evaluation tools and track progress using relevant database(s)

Maintain confidentiality of program participants in accordance with data privacy laws, standards and policy

Prepare or assist with preparation of program reports as instructed by funding agreements and supervisor


Provide feedback on course offerings and programming

Maintain professional communication with staff, volunteers, interns, participants, and partners 

Perform all work in accordance with Neighborhood House policies, procedures, and norms

Attend and participate in departmental, agency and external meetings, trainings, committees and events as required

Other duties as assigned              


1-3 years of experience working in career pathways programming

Bachelor’s degree preferred, not required

Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills in English

Demonstrated ability to work and communicate effectively with people of diverse ethnic, economic, racial and cultural backgrounds

Working knowledge of racial equity and social justice issues relevant to the communities we serve

Working knowledge of immigrant/refugee trends and needs, self-sufficiency issues and community resources

Strong time management skills with demonstrated ability to manage tasks, projects, and priorities

Demonstrated ability to move projects to completion by deadlines

Committed to working both independently and as part of a team

Proficient in Microsoft Office programs


Neighborhood House is committed to attracting and retaining employees with varying identities and backgrounds.  

The Neighborhood House provides equal access to and opportunity in its programs, facilities, and employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, gender, age, marital status, disability, public assistance status, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression or any other status protected by law.

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