Golden Key Group

Transition Readiness Liaison

ID
2021-1633
Category
Army Transition Advisor
Type
Full Time
Clearance
NACI
Location
US-WA-JBLM

About GKG

With a passion for excellence, Golden Key Group (GKG) helps clients solve their strategic, organizational, and operational challenges to better meet their mission demands.  We have serviced more than 25 Federal departments and agencies and several large commercial companies since our inception in 2002.

 

Golden Key Group's talented professionals, combined with our strategic partners, bring a depth of commercial and government experience and expertise.  We are relentless in delivering the highest levels of services to provide tangible value and create sustainable results for our clients.

Overview

GKG is seeking a Transition Readiness Liaison for the P3O program. 

 

Responsibilities

  • Provide services, on a limited space-and-time available basis, to Veterans (up to 180 days after REFRAD), Retiring/Retirees, and dependents; however, services provided to USAR Soldiers take priority over services provided to transitioning AC Soldiers, Veterans, Retiring/Retirees, and dependents. Services may be rendered virtually.
  • Report number of TAP classes briefed to both AC and USAR Soldiers briefed on USAR opportunities and continued TAP services as well capture Soldiers that may be unemployed or underemployed.
  • Primarily forge relationships with AC Soldiers transitioning to the USAR and USAR Soldiers transitioning off of active duty greater/equal to180 days back to traditional Reserve status to assist them in connecting with a USAR unit and/or ARCG.
  • Conduct a “Warm Hand Off” to appropriate regional ARS Leads to continue and sustain support
  • Report number of WHOs to ARS per month. This should also include the location of where the WHO was sent to (ARS location), date of when the WHO was sent, and tracking method to ensure the origination of the WHO can be identified in the
  • ICW the NE-SSME, and in collaboration with the local TAP center, report number of private sector partner and collaborator networking/hiring events
  • Report the number of new Soldiers inputted into the Case Management Tool per month or as requested.
  • Actively engage Soldiers at transition points and MFIG to inform and educate them on opportunities ( i.e. educational credentialing, certification, volunteering, and/or employment) in local communities where they potentially will set up domicile after transitioning from active service. TRLs are to ensure that Soldiers understand that these local opportunities are of quick response and expressed via social media outlets, hiring events, virtual or in-person preferred briefings, and P3 Office website. 
  • TRL’s main focus shall always be to carry out their duties in sync with the Active Component transition assistance centers Transition Assistance Program (TAP) centers within their area of responsibility and engage the transitioning Soldier about Army Reserve opportunities for self and dependents. Develop and maintain excellent working relationships with TAP centers and other entities supporting transitioning Soldiers. The TAP center within their designated area of responsibility shall be a TRL’s primary place of duty unless otherwise specified by the Government

 

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Psychology, or related field from a college or university that is accredited by a national or regional agency recognized by the S. Department of Education.
  • A minimum of five (5) years of work experience in human resources related positions, career counseling, or recruiting/job placement.
  • The TRL must also possess demonstrated knowledge and proficiency in customer service skills, use of routine office equipment, Microsoft Office computer programs (i.e., Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.), and web-based applications.
  • A NACI is also required for this    

Must provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination status or obtain an approved accommodation request (as required by law) within 30 days of employment.

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