Salary: $17 – $19 an hour
+ 401k, Medical
Job Type: Full-time
Full Job Description
POSITION TITLE: 21st CCLC Site Coordinator
ORGANIZATION: Communities In Schools of Spokane County (employer); Northeast Community Center Association (contracted agency)
REPORTS TO: 21st CCLC Program Manager and CISSC Program Director
BENEFITS: Medical/dental/vision with 100% employee premium paid by organization, vacation, sick, holidays, mileage & telephone reimbursement
STATUS: Non-exempt, Full Time (40 hours per week) $16-$19 per hour. Year-round position.
GENERAL FUNCTION: The 21st CCLC Site Coordinator is responsible for contributing to the overall planning and coordinator of the 21st CCLC afterschool and summer program. The Site Coordinator will work with community partners and volunteers to coordinate afterschool and summer programming necessary to address the academic, social and emotional needs of students who are at risk of dropping out of school and who have identified vulnerabilities. Through the coordination of afterschool programming, including individual and group interventions as well as prevention activities, the Site Coordinator is a key player in helping student’s progress towards goals outlined in the project plan, which include SEL, academic progress, family support and more. The Site Coordinator works closely with school leadership and collaborative partners providing quality programming.
Program Planning, Data Collection, and Communication
• Work closely with the Program Coordinator and school administration and families to understand the needs/opportunities of students and program goals
• Secure and manage community support and partnerships to meet programming and student needs.
• Coordinates data collection plan to evaluate the effectiveness of services in achieving identified 21st
CCLC grant goals and CISSC Model implementation.
• Documents progress and track site and student outcomes. Monitor and adjust services as needed to maximize effectiveness and impact.
• Communicate student progress with school administrators, counselors, and administrative designees.
• Collect and submit required data for grant requirements in a timely manner.
Coordinates Staff and Volunteers
• Schedules certified and classified staffing and volunteer needs to create afterschool programming.
• Provide guidance and support to staff and volunteers to perform their roles effectively.
• Implement new procedures as directed.
• Assists key staff and project leaders to secure outside resources and program supplies as needed.
• Engage volunteers in a variety of ways to support student success.
• Responsible for overall scheduling and coordination of volunteers, tutors, and mentors.
Promotes Parent Engagement and Education Opportunities
• Coordinate with The ZoNE to promote parent education programs and track participation.
• Communicate with families about student’s progress and opportunities for further learning.
• Develop and support expected school-based events based on the identified needs of the families and students.
• Track participation.
• Connect families to community resources through take-home materials and family nights/events.
• Involve parents in program leadership and encourage participation in school leadership groups.
CREATES AND BUILDS RELATIONSHIP
• Work with public school stakeholders, including school administrators, teachers, and staff, families, and counselors and other grant partners to identify students and families who qualify for 21st CCLC and
• Provide case management to individual 21st CCLC participants and their families to eliminate barriers to academic/school success.
• Follow procedures for referral processes, assessment of student needs and strengths related to social, emotional and behavioral issues, identification of counseling focus, parent contacts and the use of referrals.
• Coordinate data collection plan to evaluate the effectiveness of services in achieving school wide goals and addressing the needs of 21st CCLC participants with access to student data systems.
• Document and track site and student caseload outcomes. Monitor and adjust services as needed to maximize effectiveness and impact.
• Participate in grant-required activities, meetings and professional development opportunities.
• Work collaboratively to maintain a positive 21st CCLC and CISSC image.
• Maintain sensitivity to regulations regarding access to and use of confidential information in electronic and print records. Use pristine judgment regarding sharing information to access appropriate services for students individually and in groups.
• Ability to positively connect with students and staff in a school environment.
• Successful experience with planning, implementing and directing academic and enrichment-based activities for youth.
• Ability to work with youth and families from a diverse population.
• Knowledge of specific computer skills/programs including Microsoft Office Suite.
• Strong organizational, project management and communication skills.
• Must manage multiple tasks and be able to develop solutions to problems with limited supervision.
• Demonstrated commitment to helping young people stay in school and prepare for life.
• Ability to understand, implement and maintain quality and conduct monthly program evaluation.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
• Bachelor’s degree in youth development, recreation, education, social work or work experience in related field.
• Staff supervision experience and volunteer coordination preferred.
• Reliable transportation, valid driver’s license, and ability to pass a background and FBI fingerprint check.
• Experience dealing with multiple layers of supervision
WORK ENVIRONMENT & PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
Must be comfortable performing multi-faceted projects in conjunction with day-to-day programs and activities. Ability to work and get along with diverse personalities and cultures while at all times displaying tact, maturity, and flexibility. Physical requirements include seeing, hearing, sitting, standing, walking, running, bending, twisting, stooping, and lifting up to 25lbs occasionally.
About Communities In Schools of Spokane County:
Our mission is to surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life. We believe ALL students, regardless of race, gender, zip code, or socioeconomic background should have what they need to realize their potential in school and beyond.
Help us empower students to confront and overcome personal challenges and structural barriers. At home, at school and in between, kids need you!
For consideration please contact Rebecca Clemens at Rebecca@cisspokane.org