Are you looking for a chance to make a difference every day in the life of a child? If so, come join the Communities In Schools of Richmond team!
Full-time Site Coordinator
General Duties: Provides primary leadership for planning, training, implementing and monitoring of CIS of Richmond related activities. Ensures youth and their families receive integrated support services within the coordinated CIS model of high quality, comprehensive programming.
Specific Duties: Works with the principal, staff, service providers and volunteers at assigned schools to address the identified needs of the school and students. Completes a needs assessment and implements a CIS of Richmond annual School Support Plan.
Works with the principal, staff, service providers, partners and volunteers at assigned schools to develop CIS school/student support teams and promotes processes, goals and objectives through regular meetings. Supervises team work processes by regularly participating in meetings and activities at assigned network schools.
Develops and monitors the implementation of the CIS of Richmond School Support Plan, related program budget, and is responsible for following financial accountability procedures.
Ensures that data is collected, entered and reported to appropriate stakeholders in a timely manner. Provides case management services and utilizes data to ensure students receive seamless, integrated student support.
Assists in the recruitment, orientation and training of service providers, volunteers and student interns.
Ensures that the school/student support teams are operating effectively and utilizing all available resources to address gaps in services. Develops programming as needed and possible in response to specific student needs.
Establishes and maintains relationships within the community that benefit the school and students. Actively engages parents, volunteers, and community partners to support program planning and acts as an advocate for students to encourage program participation and student achievement.
Carries out other duties as assigned by the CIS of Richmond Program Director.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in human services area – master’s degree preferred. Knowledge of Richmond’s social service network, as well as community and school-based services. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Experience working on project teams and managing multiple projects. Knowledge of parental engagement strategies, sensitivity to cultural diversity issues, and mediation skills needed. Computer skills required. A valid VA driver’s license and reliable transportation required.
Competitive salary with benefits
TO APPLY: Please submit a cover letter, resume, one letter of recommendation and two additional professional references to Dominique Routier at [email protected].
Now accepting applications.
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