UCP Central Pa

  • Workforce Coordinator, Adult Services

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    US-PA-Camp Hill
  • Overview

    UCP is a dynamic workplace that constantly strives to provide excellent services to our consumers. Our staff are self-driven, flexible to change, compassionate, and dedicated. Though we work with an always-changing and challenging population, it’s our company’s teamwork and positive attitude that best inspire and aid our consumers.


    The Workforce Coordinator (Recruiting Specialist), Adult Services supports the centralization of the hiring process for the Adult Day Services, Residential Services, Employment Services, and In-Home and Community Support divisions.




    • Develop and implement a comprehensive and targeted recruitment plan in conjunction with the HR department to achieve required staffing levels in a consistent and predictable manner. 
    • Identify and attend job fairs in cooperation and collaboration with the HR department.  
    • Facilitate relationships with career and technical schools, as well as institutes of higher education in collaboration with the HR department.
    • Identify and utilize creative, traditional, and low-cost mediums for job postings in conjunction with the HR department.
    • Schedule and conduct both telephone interviews (ie. initial screening interviews) and in-person interviews.
    • Provide position candidates with helpful and compelling information that will generate interest in working at UCP (ie. benefits information, core principles, staff member testimonials, etc.).
    • Facilitate "Meet and Greet" opportunities in partnership with the site supervisors.
    • Manage candidate "work flow" activity in the applicable Applicant Tracking System; so that an archive of candidate flow can be attained.
    • Ensure that applicant information (ie. Employment Application, resume, cover letter) is retained and managed in accordance with all standard operating procedures.






    • High School Diploma or General Education Development (GED) Certificate required. 
    • Associate’s Degree or technical certification within a related area preferred. 
    • 6 months to 2 years of previous job-related experience. Prior recruiting experience preferred.
    • Knowledge specific to the needs of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and autism.



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