Financial Education Coach (Bilingual-English/Spanish)

SER Metro-Detroit

About the organization

Since 1971, SER Metro-Detroit has consistently maintained a high-performance record in the skills training and placement of consumers into unsubsidized employment in the private sector and in providing employers with a diverse, qualified workforce. The means by which our mission of cultivating a qualified, skilled and adaptable workforce for metropolitan Detroit and the global economy is reflected in our name: Service, Employment, and Redevelopment. SER Metro-Detroit works to give each consumer of services the resources needed to create a life of self-sufficiency and self-fulfillment. SER program mix includes: literacy and education, job readiness skills training, occupational skills training, vocational skills training, job seeker and employer services, welfare reform programming, economic and community development, employment, and extensive youth programming. The services delivery system includes the active participation of the public and private sectors, education, and government.

Duties

Facilitates financial education workshops such as money management, credit and banking, mortgage loans, home buying, and avoiding predatory lenders.
Conduct intake for participants seeking financial counseling assistance.
Conducts individual counseling on topics such as credit and debt management, savings, budgeting, special assistance programs for homeownership, foreclosure intervention, and other topics as appropriate.
Assists the participant in developing a personal financial plan to meet their Financial Goals.
Exposes participants to financial products and services such as check cashing alternatives, flexible financial products, and affordable housing products.
Assists the participant in devising a debt liquidation plan that includes payoff priorities and timelines.
Provides information on Individual Development Accounts (IDAs) and assists with the application process.
Maintains follow-up contact with participants on matters discussed in counseling sessions.
Refers participants to the community or financial agencies to obtain services outlined in the financial plan.
Creates and maintains partnerships with financial institutions, real estate agencies, lending institutions, financial industry professionals, and community-based organizations.

Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree in business administration, finance, or another related field.
Two to four years of related experience in personal financial education, homebuyer education, and/or foreclosure intervention counseling preferred.
Bilingual language skills in English/Spanish are required.
Strong Interpersonal skills.
Certified Financial Planner preferred.
Mental ability to handle pressures related to dealing with multiple individuals from diverse backgrounds and varying levels of need.
Valid Michigan Driver’s License. Incumbents must have a reliable means of transportation.

Salary

19-21

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

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