Job Development/Job Placement

Overview

CEVEC Job Development/Job Placement Team

The goal of the Job Development Team is to network with local businesses, chambers and various other community organizations to help all CEVEC students gain and maintain employment. If the student’s interests lie in post-secondary education or training programs, we also support them with that process. We register students for Ohio Means Jobs to promote career exploration, investigate career interests and to determine the necessary skills and training based on their preferences, needs, interests and strengths. Students also learn resume building, how to complete job applications, phone interviewing and face to face interviewing skills. The Job Development Team plans and organizes an annual job fair where our students have the opportunity to participate in mock interviews with our business partners. Once students are hired, our job coaches provide on the job training specific to each student. We also provide travel training and social skills that foster a positive work culture. Job coaches monitor student progress and fade as the students develop the natural supports towards becoming independent members of society.

Over the years, students have been hired in a variety of career fields including: Health Science, Manufacturing, Constructions, Retail, Food Service, Agriculture, Environmental Sciences, Hospitality/Tourism, Retail and Business Administration.

Welcome

Our team's focus is paid employment.
 
On the Job Development Team, students work to develop their employability skills by:
  • Developing problem solving techniques
  • Communicating effectively
  • Meeting employer expectations
  • Maintaining quality and quantity of work
  • Establishing positive work relationships 
The students are evaluated using the sixteen CEVEC Power Standards.
 
Students use Ohio Means Jobs to explore career interests and required education levels, create resumes, and view job outlooks for the state of Ohio.
 
The Job Development program is designed for students who are in a position to seek, attain, and maintain competitive employment in the community. 

The Job Development Team

Job Developers
 
Matt Monsman
Office 440-995-7470
mmonsman@mayfieldschools.org              
 
Karen Crotty
Office 440-995-7457 
Cell 440-821-0503
 
Job Coaches
 
Marten Dollinger, Christina Lee, Frank Soltysiak, Sara Bitner, and Gale Tallisman
 
 

Summer Break 2018

CEVEC WILL BE ON RECESS FOR SUMMER BREAK FROM MAY 24, 2018-AUGUST 9, 2018. 
HAVE A FUN AND SAFE SUMMER! 

Upcoming Events

 

CEVEC 2018 Job Fair

This event affords our students a hands-on experience in the interviewing process, which is a critical component to entering the workforce. Year after year, local businesses provide our students the opportunity to do mock interviews and hone their professional communication abilities. In the weeks leading up to Job Fair, participating students attend classes that provide crucial interviewing skills such as maintaining professional appearance, preparing answers to common interview questions, and that all-important first-impression handshake.
 
The CEVEC 2018 Job Fair is on October 11, 2018
at the Hilton Garden Inn
 
 
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