Site Coordinator - 21st CCCL/LOAS

Arvada, Colorado, United States
$26,695 - $38,013
Sep 13, 2018
SUMMARY: Responsible for organizing and facilitating extended learning opportunities including after school programs, summer programs and adult education programs.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

Research and provide evidence-based activities to address the academic, recreational and social needs of students as outlined in the 21st CCLC and LOAS grants.

Maintain accurate systems of tracking attendance, discipline, academics and permission forms.

Responsible for interacting with middle school students; ensuring that all interactions with youth are appropriate, including discipline.

Responsible for the safety and well being of program participants and facility operations to include maintaining high safety standards and documentation for reporting injuries and incidents.

Assist in the hiring and training of all staff related to the after school program, including teachers, contractors, volunteers and any other individual who performed duties within the grant.

Responsible for providing the day-to-day supervision, leadership and direction to the program staff.

Responsible for purchasing and maintaining supplies/equipment.

Manage site-based budget.

Assist in data collection and analysis.

Assist administrators and grant manager with providing effective communications with parents and developing a working relationship with parents.

Assist administrators and grant manager with Parent Teacher Coalition and 21st CCLC Advisory Board.

Responsible for maintaining a positive attitude and professionalism with all participants, parents, members, staff, school administration, and volunteers.

Attend all staff meetings and required trainings, i.e. prevention of child abuse, CPR, First Aid and new employee orientation.

Assume any additional responsibilities as requested by the Grant Manager.

Perform other duties as assigned.

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

EDUCATION AND TRAINING: High school diploma/equivalent required. Prefer Bachelors Degree or college coursework consistent with progress toward a Bachelor?s Degree in recreation, education, human services or a related field.

EXPERIENCE: Experience working with youth, education and/or social work. Experience working within before and after school programs preferred. Previous supervisory experience preferred. Bilingual preferred.

SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE & EQUIPMENT: Basic math, strong writing abilities and excellent computer skills (Microsoft Word and Excel programs) are a must. Must have strong organizational skills. Must be flexible and willing to work with different personalities and maintain a positive and professional attitude with all participants, parents, members, staff school administration and volunteers.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES & REGISTRATIONS: CPR and First Aid certification required and provided upon hiring.

SUPERVISION/TECHNICAL RESPONSIBILITY: Directly supervises 15 - 20 employees in the related grant funded activities area include teachers, part time staff, volunteers, contractors and any other individual who performs duties within the grant. Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization?s policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring and training employees; planning, assigning and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; and addressing complaints and resolving problems.

CONTACTS: Daily contact with students and parents to provide service. Daily contact with persons in same work unit/building regarding routine internal matters. Weekly contact with persons in other departments/buildings regarding routine internal matters. Weekly contact with external service providers regarding programming.

SAFETY TO SELF AND OTHERS: Low exposure to self from bruises, cuts, and disease as it relates to the contact with youth.

The physical demands, work environment characteristics, and mental functions described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Normal routine levels of activity related to bending, carrying, (ability to move tables and other furniture to set up site program), climbing, hearing, reaching, sitting, standing, vision and walking, and may also involve above-average levels of activity at times that can not always be anticipated. Ability to meet physical needs of students.

WORK ENVIRONMENT: The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

MENTAL FUNCTIONS: While performing duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to compare, analyze, coordinate, communicate, compute, synthesize, evaluate and compile. The employee is frequently required to use interpersonal skills. The employee is required to copy, instruct and negotiate.

JUDGMENT AND DECISION MAKING: Ability to make judgments based on specific goals and objects of each grant. Errors in decision-making could result in a loss of grant funding and/or fines for the district. Must be able to problem solve and have the ability to listen and synthesize information in order to take appropriate action. Decision-making requires collaboration with Principals, schools, Accounting Department, Account Payable Department, Human Resources and Grant and Federal Program Department. All programs will operate within the policies and guidelines of the district.

DIVERSITY OF DUTIES: This position requires knowledge of best practices in youth education, district standards, specific school plans, literacy and educational trends.
Important Notice Regarding Licensed Positions:
Job Status Type is Referenced Above in Job Posting:
Job Status: Ongoing
A successful external applicant will be issued a probationary contract. A successful internal applicant that currently holds a probationary or non-probationary contract with Jeffco Public Schools will maintain that contract status.
Job Status: Temporary
A successful external applicant will be issued a one year, temporary contract. A successful internal applicant currently holding a Jeffco probationary contract will be issued a one year, temporary contract. A successful internal applicant currently holding a Jeffco non-probationary contract, will forfeit their non-probationary status. Please contact Employment Services for questions.

Equal Employment Opportunity
The Jefferson County School District does not discriminate on the basis of disability, race, color, creed, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation, marital status, political affiliation, pregnancy, sex, disability.


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