Location: Binghamton, NY Category: Faculty Posted On: Wed Aug 14 2019 Job Description:
Community School Coordinators work within assigned schools to develop and implement the community school model. Although specific duties are defined by the needs of the school in which a coordinator serves, duties include:
Work with school administration to develop and implement the community school approach.
Serve on and/or facility assigned school teams designed to develop and implement community school concepts.
Provide leadership around tabling and participation in presentations as needed to promote the community school model.
Facilitate focus groups of administrators, teachers, school staff, parents, and students identifying areas of strength and challenges within the school.
Develop an inventory that outlines resources and gaps in service.
Provide documentation to school administration outlining needs and resources and ways in which the community school model will address these areas.
Development of Partnerships:
Utilize data from the needs assessment to recruit and organize partnerships to meet school needs.
Align community and school resources to ensure coherence without duplication of services.
Attend community meetings as deemed necessary to represent Whitney Point Community Schools.
Direct family engagement and involvement in collaboration with school staff and administration.
Develop opportunities to allow underrepresented parents a voice while providing schools with needed feedback from parents traditionally disengaged from school.
Develop and facilitate events that are designed to bring families together for fun and sharing.
Supervise graduate and undergraduate students as needed to help develop the community school model.
School Day - work collaboratively with school staff to support students through;
~ Individual and group meetings with students
~ Manage a drop-in center for high school students
~ Facilitate academic support by connecting college interns to students as needed
After School - Support after school activities developed by school staff when appropriate.
~ Coordinate and facilitate after school activities as needed
~ Maintain records including attendance and academic progress.
Summer - support and facilitate summer programming
~ Lead Summer Zone 2020
~ Support recruitment for school and community summer learning opportunities.
Maintain records and data necessary for program evaluation.
Supervise data collection from interns and volunteers.
Facilitate organization and oversight of any necessary paperwork required by the school district.
Bachelor degree required.
Masters in social work, school counseling, education, public administration, or related fields preferred.
Two years of post-graduate experience preferred.
Experience working with or in schools preferred, but is not required.
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