Site Coordinator/Success Coach
Los Angeles
Job Type
Full-time
Description

OVERVIEW

Communities In Schools of Los Angeles (CISLA) seeks an experienced and passionate leader to join its Programs department during a period of growth. 


FLSA STATUS

Full-time, Non-Exempt


REPORTS TO

Site Director


POSITION SUMMARY

Under the supervision of the Site Director, the Site Coordinator (SC) will support the implementation of the CISLA model in its entirety.


RESPONSIBILITIES

Whole School Programming

  • Support Site Director in conducting a school-wide needs assessment at the beginning of the school year
  • Collaborate with Site Director to develop an Annual School Support Plan (ASSP) and meet identified ASSP goals
  • Plan and implement whole school activities that are aligned with the ASSP
  • In collaboration with Site Director, evaluate initiatives and interventions throughout the year to assess program effectiveness
  • Support the coordination and communication of whole school initiatives with appropriate school staff and community partners
  • Engage, broker, and coordinate community-based organizations to provide whole-school support services

Case Management

  • Responsible for the case management of 50 students (subject to change based on school needs) and support site team members with their respective caseloads through regular individual check-ins, including at least one touchpoint per student on a monthly basis 
  • Implement at least one Targeted Student Group (TSG) designed to meet student needs in accordance with implementation expectations determined by the Program Leadership team
  • Ensure that parent/guardian consent is obtained for all caseload students before rendering services within district policies and service agreements
  • Conduct individual student and family needs assessments to inform goals and support services
  • Develop partnerships with community-based organizations and/or resources that can be referred to students and families
  • Support the coordination of all CISLA family engagement opportunities and maintain contact with caseload parents/guardians on a regular basis

Data Collection/Evaluation

  • Ensure all site data is entered into the CIS Data Management (CISDM) system in a timely manner in compliance with all program protocols and reporting requirements
  • Maintain physical and digital student profile records on academic performance, attendance, behavior, and all program activities in an organized and timely manner in accordance with organizational file retention policies
  • Submit appropriate data reports and success stories to Program Manager, Data Manager, and Development Team, as requested

Professional Development

  • Attend all CISLA staff meetings and mandatory trainings
  • Engage in community, state, and regional conferences when applicable
  • Attend external workshops and trainings to enhance professional growth, skills, and knowledge
  • Complete Site Coordinator Learning Pathway within allotted time 
Requirements

QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS

  • Minimum Bachelor’s degree required (preferred: MSW, Masters in counseling, and or PPS credential) plus 1-year minimum experience in education, community services, social/human services, and/or volunteer work
  • At least one year of experience facilitating small groups or workshops for K-12 youth 
  • Ability to work with diverse, ethnic and cultural backgrounds  
  • Ability to exercise discretion and independent judgment
  • Ability to exercise proper and mature use of social media
  • Ability to collaborate effectively with colleagues and contribute positively to our dynamic work culture, fostering teamwork and mutual support within the organization
  • Comprehension of larger systemic issues and barriers that effect students and communities of color
  • Effective written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong computer skills and knowledge of Microsoft Office tools (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Teams, SharePoint, etc.)
  • Familiarity with Los Angeles-area health and human service agencies and community-based organizations preferred   
  • Adaptability, resourcefulness, enthusiasm, and high energy   
  • Innovative, self-starter; passionate about the communities we serve
  • Must have access to reliable transportation. (A valid California driver’s license and proof of current automobile insurance are required when a personal vehicle is used).
  • Criminal background check required

 This is a non-exempt, 11-month (approximate) position. Benefits include medical, dental, vision, LTD, Life/ADD insurance, and a generous paid time off policy that includes most major holidays.


The starting pay rate range is expected to be an hourly rate of $27.50 to $30.50.


CISLA is an equal-opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.

Salary Description
$27.50 - $30.50 per hour, depending on experience