Successful Families 2020 Program Lead

TITLE:  Successful Families 2020 Program Lead

REPORTS TO:  Program Manager, Youth Education and Wellness

COMPENSATION:  $32,300-$40,700 Annually or $15.53-$19.57 Hourly 1.0 FTE Non-Exempt

CLOSING DATE:  Open until filled


Latino Network’s mission is to provide transformative opportunities, services and advocacy for the education, leadership and civic engagement of our youth, families, and communities. Our work springs from the core belief in Latino community self-determination—that is, the ability of community members to participate meaningfully in the decisions that affect their lives and the lives of their families. We build and manage collaborative and energetic teams to implement high quality, culturally inclusive programs. We actively partner across a variety of city, county, state and community organizations to deliver training and support, a wide range of services, as well as influence policy.


The Successful Families 2020 Program Lead works as a part of a collaborative and energetic team to implement a high quality, culturally inclusive family and youth engagement program. Latino Network seeks a bilingual, bi-cultural mission-driven professional with proven nonprofit and community experience to lead a full range of activities for a growing organization. Key prior experience includes; coordinating services with other agency partners to provide high quality services to families, building relationships with school staff and administrators, building relationships with students and families. This is a roll-up-your-sleeves position with the capacity to impact and promote the organization’s vision and mission.

The position is part of the Successful Families 2020 initiative, which is comprised of six of Multnomah County's leading non profit organizations serving low-income and culturally specific communities. Working in collaboration with United Way, this collaborative is creating a blueprint for success in communities of color in Multnomah County.  Successful Families 2020 defines itself as a community by its  geography, demography, and cultural and social ties serving communities of color, African American, Latino, Native American, Asian and refugee and immigrant families in Multnomah County. Partners share the commitment to break the cycle of childhood poverty and improve educational outcomes. To better align efforts and achieve system change, we believe four new infrastructure systems must be created: 1) a repaired safety net, 2) an integrated pipeline for student success, 3) the ways and means to family economic success, and 4) the rich social fabric of a connected community.  

In support of these goals, the Successful Families 2020 Program Lead will work to ensure that collaborative partners based at Mill Park Elementary School are creating and communicating a unified SF2020 identity to school leadership, staff, youth, and families. The Program Lead is empowered to provide the anchor role for the program team within the school, clarifying expectations, aligning and helping ensure collaborative work towards common goals. In return, the partners' program team staff at the school will support and reinforce SF2020 vision and goals through the collaborative work.


Latino Network is a fast-paced, highly engaged work environment with satellite operations within Multnomah County. We strive to communicate effectively and respectfully within the context of varying beliefs, behaviors, orientations, identities and cultural backgrounds. We actively seek opportunities for professional development for our staff and promote a willingness to change for continual improvement.


Latino Network provides a generous benefits package that includes 15 days of paid vacation, 12 days of paid sick leave, 10 paid holidays, employer-paid health coverage, 401K, and Life Insurance.



  • LEAD has the authority to represent SF2020 with school leadership and interdisciplinary team
  1. Ability to make decisions regarding SF2020 business/work on behalf of the collaborative, on agreements that have been established by SF2020 partners. 
  2. Problem solve as needed to address questions and concerns regarding the collaborative in the school site. 
  3. Leads SF2020 DDHS Program Team in Collaborative specific work
  • Establish and clarify expectations of SF2020 collaborative work with the school Principal
  • Maintain the framework of shared work between organizations involved
  • Be knowledgeable and able to clearly articulate the SF2020 vision and Whole School Model as collaborative work in the school and district
  • Have full understanding of programs and services being offered by SF2020 partners at that site and across the other schools that SF2020 is serving in David Douglas School District 
  1. Awareness of SF2020 partners capacity to provide services/programs and regularly requests and receives updates lists of available slots for youth and parents/families from other Program Leads
  • Quality Assurance-ensure consistency with collaborative model 
  1. Manages cross-agency coordination at the school, which includes ensuring seamless access and referral of students and parents/families to programs and services of SF2020 partners. 
  2. Through cross-school coordination of activities/events and regular meetings with other Leads at other schools
  • Participate in School Interdisciplinary team to represent SF2020 
  1. Communicate information and engage SF2020 partners in engaging youth, parents and families
  • Meet and communicate regularly with Program team to help facilitate collaborative efforts and work toward shared goals within school
  • Identify and coordinate with other Leads-collaborate training opportunities among SF2020 program staff, school staff to increase cultural knowledge and promote culturally specific/responsive practices and pedagogy
  • Coordinates and communicates with SUN Site Coordinator
  • Communicate immediately to supervisors any outstanding issues that need Leadership team's decision


  • Bachelor's Degree in education, communication, sociology, psychology or related field
  • Knowledge of and experience in navigating educational institutions, resources, programs, social services and government agencies
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills in Spanish and English
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Experience facilitating workshops and ability to facilitate clearly and fluently in both English and Spanish
  • Experience in designing and implementing programs for Latino community 
  • Strong data management experience with high attention to detail
  • Strong event coordination experience
  • Minimum two (2) years community outreach or community organizing experience 
  • Volunteer coordination experience preferred
  • Curriculum development experience preferred


  • This job requires driving to various locations and sitting/standing for extended periods of time
  • Heavy lifting and walking during excursions and summer events
  • Will work in the community including client homes, schools, churches, parks, community centers, etc
  • Undergo and pass a criminal background check
  • Regular work performed at Mill Park Elementary and in the community (schools, churches, parks, community centers, etc.) as needed
  • Evening and weekend availability is required, and work hours are flexible to accommodate program implementation; long hours during peak periods
  • Reliable car, drivers license, and automobile liability insurance; must be eligible to be an insured driver under Latino Network’s Commercial Auto Liability 


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