Bilingual Human Services Coordinator (multiple vacancies) - Wraparound Program

Eugene, OR, US
Nov 20, 2020
This is a full-time 1 FTE/8 hours per day position working on the CL-196 (196 days per school year) schedule. Multiple vacancies available.

This position will be physically present at the worksite and will be required to follow all public health protocols.

Identify, coordinate and mobilize human services agencies for the delivery of services to district students and families. Organize and coordinate family resources and agencies directed towards the educational support of district students and families. Provide information to disadvantaged students and families about human services they might
be eligible for, to conduct initial eligibility intake, and to work with agencies for a comprehensive service delivery system. Perform office coordination responsibilities including monitoring expenditures, coordinating volunteers, and implementing fund raising events. Perform other related work as required.

Special Qualifications:

Bilingual (English, Spanish) preferred
Experience working with students
Experience working with families
Experience working with community agencies

Essential Functions:
(These are examples only and should not be construed to be all inclusive or exclusive of work performed by positions in this classification.)
1. Network and collaborate with existing human and juvenile service organizations and programs.
2. Perform initial intake of student and family needs and assess eligibility for a wide range of community human and juvenile services.
3. Assist in the continued development of programs and program goals intended to inform and recruit disadvantaged families; and to mobilize and integrate the delivery of resources and assistance.
4. Coordinate and staff an advisory group of local community organizations and various committees and sub-committees. Staff and facilitate meetings.
5. Gather and assimilate data and information in the development of program plans and policies.
6. Coordinate, train, orient and provide technical supervision to volunteers and other office or program staff.
7. Maintain financial records and perform other clerical accounting and office work.
8. Staff, support and coordinate fund raising and grant writing efforts of the program.
9. Develop, format and distribute informational materials and maintain a program library of service providers.
10. Maintains regular and prompt attendance.
11. Performs other related duties as assigned.

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
1. Knowledge of children, youth and family issues such as early childhood development, school drop out prevention, juvenile justice, child abuse, health, and/or teen pregnancy.
2. Knowledge of community planning and resources development strategies.
3. Sensitivity to diverse ethnic and cultural background of families and economically disadvantaged families.
4. Interpersonal communication skills in presenting ideas, collaborating on programs and service planning, and coordinating efforts of diverse interests.
5. Demonstrated ability to manage crisis situations. Ability to mobilize services to families.
6. Familiarity with Lane County community and educational resources; and ability to mobilize volunteers, non-profit organizations, and family service resources.
7. Clerical and personal computer skills. Knowledge of the principles and practices of office coordination and data maintenance.
8. Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing in English and Spanish.
9. Ability to translate both written and verbal communication from English to Spanish and Spanish to English.
10. Ability to exercise sound independent judgment in achieving service objectives and work independently with minimum direct supervision.

Minimum Qualifications:
1. Graduation from a senior high school or equivalent; and 4 years experience in a human or family services field.
2. Post-secondary course work in social or community services or any other satisfactory equivalent combination of experience and education may be substituted.

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Additional Information:
Complete application in its entirety. Incomplete applications will not be accepted or processed, there are no exceptions.

We do not accept walk-in, faxed, or applications via mail. All applications must be submitted using the GovernmentJobs website. It is your responsibility to submit a complete application. Submitting an application does not guarantee any candidate an interview. Candidates are interviewed by appointment only. If you apply to more than one job, an application is required for EACH job posting.

ALL required documentation must be scanned and attached in order to submit an online application.

Upon offer of employment applicants must obtain a fingerprint clearance from the Oregon State Police Department and the FBI through a process authorized by the Eugene School District 4J. Applicants would be responsible for the one-time fingerprint clearance fee.

An Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunity Employer
The Eugene School District 4J does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, ancestry, color, national origin, gender, age, disability, marital or family status, sexual orientation, gender identity in admission or access to the treatment of employment in its programs and activities as required by state and federal law. If you have any complaints, please contact the HR Department at (541) 790-7670.

It is the District's policy to provide qualifying veterans and disabled veterans with preference in employment in accordance with applicable law. Applicants wishing to claim veterans' preference must provide the following military documents verifying their eligibility:

Veterans : A copy of the applicant's Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty (a federal DD Form 214 or 215), which shows character of service upon discharge OR a letter from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs indicating the applicant receives a non-service connected pension.

Disabled Veterans : A copy of the applicant's Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty (a federal DD Form 214 or 215), which shows character of service upon discharge AND a copy of the applicants veteran's disability preference letter from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (unless the information is included on the DD Form 214 or 215).

For veterans' preference to apply, the required military documents must be submitted to the District at the time of application submission.

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