Case Management/Social Services, Education/Teaching/Training
School Site Coordinator
Reports to: Project Manager, Project Director, School Principal
Summary: The School Site Coordinator (SSC) will lead the coordination of all program activities within the School. They will serve as the on-site liaison between the principal, assistant principal, parents, school staff, project and instructional staff. They, in partnership with the principal, assistant principal, and/or school staff, will ensure that the necessary scheduling, logistics and infrastructure support is provided to the project. They will lead participant recruitment efforts, work with instructional staff and service providers on participant retention and collaborate with all project team members to ensure program equity, quality and consistency. They will also work with instructional and project staff to collect reporting and general grant data.
Support the planning, coordination, and implementation of all after-school program activities within the school site.
Maintain positive and effective communication lines with and between the principal, assistant principal, school staff, parents, students, project and instructional staff, and partners.
With the support of the school principal, assistant principal, and staff, coordinate logistics and facilitate appropriate infrastructure support.
In partnership with school leadership, responsible for successful recruitment and retention of students and parents in the program.
Assist the student and parent/family instructors with programming and provide on-site leadership and support during the after-school student component and at family workshops and activities.
Coordinate with project staff and other School Site Coordinators.
Assist in data collection efforts.
Perform all other job duties as assigned.
Associate/Bachelors Degree in Recreation, Education, Criminal Justice, Social Services or related field AND at least five (1) years of experience working with children in an educational, activity, or social service programs.
Bilingual in Spanish required for Pilsen, Little Village and North Side locations.
Must have excellent verbal and written skills.
Ability to work collaboratively/independently with school personnel, agency staff, parents and community partners.
Available to work a flexible schedule that includes evenings and some weekends.
Ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously.
Must have access to automobile on regular basis and have automobile insurance coverage.
Proficiency in required computer programs, Windows, WORD, EXCEL, and Outlook; ability to learn agency and funder computer programs.
Additional Salary Information: *No benefits
About Frida Kahlo Community Organization
Frida Kahlo Community Organization
2800 S. Western Ave
Chicago, IL 60619