Jane Oates, President of WorkingNation, has joined the board of directors at the Center for Workforce Inclusion. Jane served as Assistant Secretary for the Employment and Training Administration under Labor Secretary Hilda L. Solis, after being nominated for the position by President Barack Obama in 2009. Prior to her appointment, Jane was Executive Director of the New Jersey Commission on Higher Education and a senior advisor to Governor Jon S. Corzine. She also served for nearly a decade as senior policy advisor for Senator Edward M. Kennedy of Massachusetts.
HR EXECUTIVE SPECIALIST – Cincinnati, OH
The Center for Workforce Inclusion is recruiting for an HR Executive Specialist position within the Senior Environmental Employment (SEE) Program which provides support to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in Cincinnati, OH. Successful candidates must meet the age criteria of being 55 years of age or older and eligible to work in the United States. Selected candidates will also be required to undergo a federal security background check.
Biden’s Big Bet on Race
The latest post by the Center for Workforce Inclusion asks the important question: Like so many other people and institutions, then-candidate Biden found the right words during last summer’s protests, too. But nearly six months into a presidency largely defined by its response to a historic pandemic and intent on stabilizing a country reeling from multiple crises, it’s worth asking of the man who made mending racial divisions the central thesis of his decision to run: how is he doing?
Construction Inspector – Pinetop-Lakeside, Arizona
The Center for Workforce Inclusion is recruiting for a Construction Inspection position in the U. S. Fish & Wildlife Service (FWS) Experienced Services Program (ESP). The program connects experienced workers, age 55 or older, with fulfilling and challenging opportunities to provide expertise, technical assistance, and other work in support of Service programs and regions.
The Construction Inspector position is located at the Williams Creek National Fish Hatchery located in the beautiful White Mountains just outside the town of Pinetop-Lakeside, Arizona.
Landscape Architect/Planner – Remote Position
The Center for Workforce Inclusion is recruiting for a Landscape Architect/Planner position in the National Park Service’s (NPS) Experienced Services Program (ESP). The program is designed to connect experienced workers, age 55 or older, with fulfilling and challenging opportunities at national parks and program offices that protect, conserve, and preserve our nation’s valuable natural, cultural, historical, and recreational resources.
This is a remote position that will assist the NPS-Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance Program in providing technical planning and design assistance on conservation and outdoor recreation projects in South Carolina, Tennessee, and Alabama, although not limited to just these locations. Travel will be required for site visits, fieldwork, and/or workshops.