2022-23 Resource Coordinator

CCESC

The CCESC is seeking District Resource Coordinators for the 2022-2023 school year. The position involves providing support and resources to needy families with academically and otherwise at-risk children.  The Resource Coordinator will also promote and increase parent and family involvement in all aspects of school programming, coordinate attendance intervention and social-emotional student support, make and receive referrals from community service agencies, and identify, create, maintain, and facilitate access to resources for families, while working collaboratively with school and district leaders. The position is itinerant, requiring district-wide travels.

Successful candidates will have a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Guidance, Education, or similar field or a similar level of experience and education, with at least two years of related work experience. Candidates will also possess appropriate licensure through the Ohio Department of Education.

JOB TITLE:                          District Resource Coordinator

 

FLSA STATUS:                   Non-exempt

 

EMPLOYMENT STATUS: Full-time

 

REPORTS TO:                    Resource Coordinator Program Supervisor and CCESC Superintendent

 

POSITION DESCRIPTION:  Under general direction, the district resource coordinator provides support and resources to needy families with academically and otherwise at-risk children.  The Resource Coordinator will also promote and increase parent and family involvement in all aspects of school programming, coordinate attendance intervention and social-emotional student support, make and receive referrals from community service agencies, and identify, create, maintain, and facilitate access to resources for families, while working collaboratively with school and district leaders.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: 

·         Bachelor’s degree in social work, guidance, education, or similar field or a similar level of experience and education, with at least two years of related work experience;

·         Knowledge of and ability to work with local community organizations;

·         Applicable Ohio Department of Education licensure or permit;

·         State and Federal Background checks free of infractions as required by Ohio law and Board Policy;

·         Ability to provide appropriate references;

·         Ability to maintain a high degree of confidentiality;

·         Willingness and ability to work as a team member and with the public;

·         Ability to exercise independent judgment;

·         Computer expertise appropriate to the position;

·         Effective and demonstrated problem solving, critical thinking, analytical, oral and written communication, and organizational skills;

·         Valid driver’s license and/or provide own transportation;

·         Such alternative(s) to the above qualifications as the Superintendent and Governing Board may find appropriate

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE POSITION:

The information contained in this job description is in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and is not an exhaustive list of the duties performed for this position.  An individual employed by the Clermont County Educational Service Center in this job is expected to perform the following essential functions and duties, however, this list is not exhaustive, and the employee is required to perform any other duties assigned. 

 

·         Receipt of referrals and gathering of information from pertinent sources

·         Attend Intervention Assistance Team Meetings and school staff meetings as appropriate

·         Conduct child visits and observations and family visits in school and at home

·         Refer families to community services

·         Work collaboratively with school and district leaders to coordinate and monitor implementation of mental health and/or counseling programs

·         Communicate with parents and school personnel concerning student attendance referrals, and work with Clermont County Truancy Officer to review student records and identify attendance patterns

·         Participate in and periodically organize community-based meetings for parents that are designed to improve parent-to-school relationships and enhance student learning

·         Accompany family to service provider appointments when appropriate

·         Connect children and families with transportation options to school and other resource access sites when necessary

·         Make referrals to and receive referrals from Children’s Services, Juvenile Court, Family & Children First, Mental Health providers, parenting classes, local police departments, counseling agencies, and other Clermont County agencies and resources as appropriate

·         Coordinate and consult with service providers

·         Develop relationships with community agencies and act as a liaison between school, parents, and community agencies

·         Educate students and parents of instructional and motivational support available on school campuses and monitor student participation in support options

·         Participate in the development of resources and activities to help at-risk youth and families

·         Coordinate resources such as food, clothing, school supplies, and holiday and special event programs

·         Maintain progress notes, contracts, financial data, etc. as required for supervision and performance reviews

·         Assist school with coordination of records and information to new school systems when children move

·         Attend trainings and other professional meetings put on by local, state, and national consultants and providers

·         Coordinate wraparound services for families and students, including but not limited to health care, mental health support, food banks, transportation, and employment opportunities

·         Implement intake and family assessment procedures to identify family strengths and needs related to family engagement outcomes including family well-being, parent-child relationships, and families as advocates and leaders

·         Prepare and present monthly reports to school and district leadership personnel

·         Conduct outreaches to parents to encourage participation in school life activities such as PTO, parent-teacher conferences, afterschool programs, and school events

·         Disseminate and collect appropriate evaluation data necessary for assessment of activities

·         Partner with community agencies including facilitating and leading partnership meetings with mental health and behavioral services partners

·         Make recommendations to district leadership regarding continuation of programs and services

·         Assist with professional development and training related to Social Emotional Learning (SEL), Multi-Tiered Support Systems (MTSS), and Positive Behavior Intervention Supports (PBIS)

·         Perform all duties in conformity to adopted Governing Board Policy and Administrative Guidelines

·         Maintain strict confidentiality regarding all district, personnel and student information as required by federal, state and local policy

·         Perform other tasks, consistent with the position, as may be assigned by Superintendent and/or designee.

 

OTHER DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS:

Engage with the CCESC’s Family Partnership Liaison to coordinate efforts with students and families.
Serve as a role model for students in how to conduct themselves as citizens and as responsible, contributing members of society.
Help instill in students the belief in and practice of ethical principles and democratic values.
Occasional evening work and travel
Receive school van training, periodically operate school district vehicle
Remain free of alcohol and nonprescribed controlled substances in the workplace
 

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Knowledge of: Available social services, supports and resources; child development, public education, board policies and procedures, building policies and procedures, staff handbook, Ohio Statewide Family Engagement Center, Licensure Code of Professional Conduct for Ohio Educators, Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) and other appropriate school law, and requirements of the Ohio Department of Education.

 

Ability to: Interpret policies, procedures and regulations; follow instructions; communicate effectively; provide consultation; collect and analyze data; plan; schedule; organize; operate office equipment and other related technologies; move/lift moderate amounts of weight up to 50 pounds, and maintain equipment.

 

Skill in:  Project management; coordination of social services; facilitation of trainings or professional development; relationship-building between systems and providers; effective written and verbal communication; use of computer and appropriate software applications (Microsoft Office or equivalent), printer, and other customary equipment.

 

 

EQUIPMENT OPERATED:

Computer and/or tablet, printer, scoring tools, scanner, filing cabinets, telephone, copier, fax machine, laminator, shredder, calculator, and other related equipment.

 

PHYSICAL AND COGNITIVE DEMANDS:

Occasional: Stooping, kneeling, crouching/squatting, bending, twisting/turning, reaching above shoulders, math; and moving/lifting amounts of weight up to 50 lbs.

 

Frequent: Standing, sitting, walking, and typing/keyboarding.

 

Continuous: Reading, writing, problem solving, concentration, attention to task, task completion, memory, hearing, seeing, regulating emotions, organizing/planning and following directions.

 

WORK ENVIRONMENT AND CONDITIONS:

Occasional:  Inclement weather driving conditions, travel between job sites, exposure to loud noise, offensive odors, blood borne pathogens, contagious diseases, bodily fluids and tissue, aberrant and dysfunctional behaviors which could be potentially harmful; and exposure to students with challenging behavior.

 

Employees are required to follow all district safety rules and procedures, and participate in school safety training when requested. The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. 

 

EVALUATION

Staff shall be evaluated in accordance with Board Policy.

 

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