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Part-time Bilingual (Spanish) Site Coordinator

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Communities In Schools of the Nation's Capital | Washington, DC
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Communities In Schools of the Nation's Capital


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Published 12 days ago

Application Deadline

July 1, 2019

Salary

$25,000 - $30,000


JOB SUMMARY: The Part‐time Site Coordinator (20 hours/week; includes 2 full days, and 1 half day) is responsible for providing school‐wide drop‐out prevention and intervention plans including case management and related services, at an assigned school in the District of Columbia. This role will provide support to the students of the International Academy and their parents at Cardozo Education Campus. Responsibilities include delivery of overall planning and managing of Communities In Schools operations at the assigned school, and the implementation of the Communities In Schools model of integrated student services with Tier I, II, and III supports. The site coordinator partners with school leadership and members of the CIS team, to ensure alignment of the CIS school support plan with the school’s strategic vision, and incorporation of leaders’ knowledge and expertise. In addition, the site coordinator supports the local office by participating in office events, providing input to budgets, and submitting required documentation. This part‐time position reports to the Director of Programs and Data.


Each CIS school will be staffed based on student enrollment and needs of the student population. Site coordinators may be assigned as a general site coordinator, or as part of a team as either a case specialist site coordinator or a resource specialist site coordinator. All site coordinators will carry a caseload of case‐managed students. Each school will be supported in part by the Volunteer and Community Partner Manager.


ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Student Support and Case Management Services

▪ Conduct thorough needs assessment at assigned school, and collaborate with school staff to prioritize student needs.

▪ Develop a school support plan focusing on identified student needs, risk factors, and assets. The plan will include measurable objectives, as well as procedures for delivering school‐wide services, targeted and sustained interventions and services, the monitoring and adjustment of services, and the evaluation and reporting of progress and outcomes.

▪ Serve on school‐wide teams (Attendance/SOC/Kid Talk/SST/MDT) to support the plans for specific students, including plan development, monitoring, review and evaluation.

▪ Coordinate and manage student referrals from staff throughout the building, and target additional students, as appropriate and/or necessary.

▪ Develop a caseload of students who will be connected with Tier II and III supports as needed. Provide case management and coordinate delivery of Tier II and III supports, engaging in the following best practices:

o Assessment

o Case plan development (SMART goals)

o Individual consultations

o Classroom push‐ins

o Home contacts

o Review of current services

o Referrals and linkages

o Communication with key parties (stakeholders)

o Meeting facilitation

o Progress monitoring

o Documentation

▪ Develop and implement Tier I supports, focusing on prevention, enrichment and support for school culture and climate.

▪ Develop partnerships with neighborhood organizations, local faith‐based entities, businesses and corporations to support the school support plan and the Tier I, II and III supports.

▪ Support and coordinate robust programming for students during out of school time.

▪ Model and utilize best practices for family engagement to increase parent involvement and connectivity, and to foster a broad sense of school community.


Data Collection/Evaluation ‐ Administration

• Ensure that all case management and other student support activities are documented.

• Ensure that student case files and digital records (in CISDM, the CIS Data Management System) are updated weekly.

• Gather, enter and analyze student and family data for ongoing individual and programmatic evaluations.

• Provide requested student data at specified times to internal and external stakeholders, including funders and District and other monitoring agencies.

• Follow local office procedures for ordering supplies and reporting expenses.

• Monitor the implementation of the school’s annual school support plan, particularly as it relates to students, and provide monthly reports to Principal and the Director of Program and Data.


Relationship‐Building

▪ Provide regular feedback to school staff, DCPS central administration, the CIS team and other resource agencies involved in collaborative services. Create and distribute program updates, newsletters or other appropriate communication vehicles about student and program needs/accomplishments to volunteers and community partners.

▪ Present the CIS mission, vision and initiatives within the community. Provide networking opportunities for volunteers and community partners. Provide leadership in securing community resources beneficial to improving students’ academic, emotional and physical needs.

▪ Work with members of the city‐wide CIS team to share resources, best practices, and expertise


The statements contained herein describe the scope of the responsibility and essential functions of this position, but should not be considered to be an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned including work in other areas to cover absences or relief to equalize peak work periods or otherwise balance the workload. Other duties may be assigned by Executive Director as required.


QUALIFICATIONS INCLUDE:

• Bachelor’s degree (master’s degree preferred) in education, social work, school counseling, public health or related field.

• Minimum of two years’ experience with case management

• Bilingual ‐ Fluent in Spanish (Reading and Writing)‐Required

• Ability to establish and maintain working relationships with co‐workers and the public

• Knowledge of child‐serving systems (child welfare, mental health, criminal justice, parks and recreation)

• Excellent oral and written communication skills

• Ability to manage multiple projects

• Experience developing and evaluating programs

• Excellent leadership and interpersonal skills

• Experience working with, or for, DCPS is preferred

• Experience with data management systems and data tracking

• Excellent computer skills

• Passion for working with students and schools

JOB SUMMARY: The Part‐time Site Coordinator (20 hours/week; includes 2 full days, and 1 half day) is responsible for providing school‐wide drop‐out prevention and intervention plans including case management and related services, at an…

Details at a glance

  • On-site Location
  • Part Time Schedule
  • 4-Year Degree Required
  • Professional

Level of Language Proficiency

Bilingual ‐ Fluent in Spanish (Reading and Writing)‐Required

Bilingual ‐ Fluent in Spanish (Reading and Writing)‐Required

How To Apply

Please send your resume and cover letter with interest in the position to jobs@cisnationscapital.org with "Part-time Bilingual (Spanish) Site Coordinator" in the subject line.

Please send your resume and cover letter with interest in the position to jobs@cisnationscapital.org with "Part-time Bilingual (Spanish) Site Coordinator" in the subject line.

Location

Washington, DC
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