ADAMS 12 FIVE STAR SCHOOLS Job posting 60525
1500 EAST 128TH AVE, THORNTON, Colorado, 80241 Job posted as of Jul 09, 2019 until Until Filled
Located just seven miles north of downtown Denver, Adams 12 Five Star Schools is close to the conveniences of a major city center yet far enough to offer the quiet of the suburbs. The five stars represent the five unique communities the district serves: Broomfield, Federal Heights, Northglenn, Thornton and Westminster.
The District shall not discriminate in its employment or hiring practices on the basis of race, color,sex, age, religion, creed, national origin, ancestry, genetic information, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or other basis prohibited by applicable law. The District is committed to cultural diversity among district personnel as a means of enriching the educational experience. The District shall identify, solicit, and consider applicants for employment from a broad spectrum of qualified individuals who will contribute to that effort.
Job Title Family Outreach Liaison - Attendance/Truancy/Engagement-Bilingual/Spanish required
Hours Per Week 40
Months Per Year 9
District Name ADAMS 12 FIVE STAR SCHOOLS
School / Location Name
LearnSvc:Student Engage Initiative
1500 East 128th Ave., Thornton, Colorado, 802412601
Posted on Jul 09, 2019
Expiry Date Until Filled
SUMMARY: To facilitate communication with students, families, district personnel and community to better meet the social and academic needs of the students. Act as liaison with families, school/district personnel and community partners for various health and academic programs including, but not limited to, Medicaid, Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+), and other health-related resources. Coordinate outreach with schools/departments, and assist families in applying for Medicaid/CHP+, migrant, homeless and other state, federal, county and district programs.
Job Tasks Descriptions
1. Work collaboratively with students, parents and staff to assess student needs, including but not limited to absences, health education, uninsured students, registration, enrollment, assessments, credit attainment, post-secondary goal planning and other issues. Initiate contact with families who have requested information about school and district programs, including, but not limited to Medicaid/CHP+ Health Insurance, migrant and homeless programs. Assist with telephone calls and visitors. May maintain Spanish Hot Line
2. Develop and mentor relationships with students, parents, district personnel, and the community by facilitating and organizing activities such as Mother?s Club, Parent Classes, orientations and other programs. Provide health information, education, and support for registration and enrollment in Medicaid/CHP+, information and support. Organize and participate in school and community outreach events. Facilitate culturally relevant activities that may occur after school hours. Attend and participate in Parent Advisory committee meetings and related events to ensure parents understand and have access to full participation in their child?s education.
3. May assist with family and student needs and other related activities, including, but not limited to, assisting families in utilizing their Medicaid and CHP+ benefits through a case management approach. Collaborate with outside community organizations that may be able to serve as support for students and families to increase opportunity for academic success. Organize, promote and supervise postsecondary opportunities and events with specific attention given to the postsecondary enrollment and financial aid process.
4. Provides information to the assistant principal, or other administrators, regarding attendance, tardy, grades, credit attainment, graduation requirements and other issues. May mentor students based upon the needs communicated by teachers. Complete forms, surveys, and reports, as well as maintaining files including computer database.
5. One or more outreach family liaisons may serve as the primary internal and external contact for issues related to specific grant programs; collect, maintain and report program data for the purpose of informed decision making and grant writing process; Understand and utilize grant program fiscal procedures with specific attention given to grant budgets regarding appropriate/efficient use of funds; attend state and regional meetings regarding specific grant programs.
6. Use assessment data/needs analysis and collaborate with students, parents, and staff to develop educational/postsecondary goals and monitor the success of plan.
7. Perform other job-related duties as assigned.
EDUCATION AND RELATED WORK EXPERIENCE:
? High school diploma or equivalent.
? 2 year degree in education, social work or equivalent relevant experience preferred.
? Experience preferred in Community Service and Outreach.
? Experience mentoring and advising students at all grade levels related to academic achievement preferred.
? Experience with at risk and culturally diverse populations preferred.
LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS or CERTIFICATIONS:
? Criminal background check required for hire.
? Ability to frequently travel among district facilities and into the community.
TECHNICAL SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE & ABILITIES:
? Spoken and written Spanish language skills required for some positions; preferred in others.
? One or more Family Outreach Liaisons will complete training and become qualified to complete Medicaid and CHP+ applications.
? Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
? Initiative and follow-through.
? Critical thinking and problem solving skills.
? Ability to maintain confidentiality in all aspects of the job.
? Ability to manage multiple tasks with frequent interruptions.
? Ability to manage multiple priorities.
? Ability to diffuse and manage volatile and stressful situations
? Ability to conduct home visits when required.
? Ability to promote and follow Board of Education policies, Superintendent Policies and building and department procedures.
? Ability to communicate, interact and work effectively and cooperatively with all people including those from diverse ethnic and educational backgrounds.
? Ability to recognize the importance of safety in the workplace, follow safety rules, practice safe work habits, utilize appropriate safety equipment and report unsafe conditions to the appropriate administrator.
Salary placement on our Classified Salary schedule is dependent on the Grade for the position being posted and employees? previous work experience. ?Grade? refers to position or job classification and ?Step? refers to number of work experience credit or service years. Initial placement will be at the Grade for the position step 1.
Employees regularly scheduled to work twenty (20) hours per week or more are eligible to receive the district contribution towards insurance benefits as defined in the Classified Master Agreement Article 11.3, 11.4, and 11.5 and are eligible for benefits described within this article. Employees regularly scheduled to work less than twenty (20) hours per week, or employees
whose employment is temporary, are not eligible for benefits described within this article. Please refer to the Classified Master Agreement for more information.
All applicants (current district employees and external applicants) should list any and all work experience, including current district experience, when completing the employment application. Please include job titles and duties that you held while doing that job. Since the Human Resource department uses the application to screen for minimum qualifications required for each job, it is important to have a complete application so you will be considered for the position you are applying for.
THIS POSTING IS NOT INCLUSIVE OF THE JOB DESCRIPTION.
Bilingual Spanish required. This is a replacement position.
Minimum hourly rate of pay is G16, step 1 - $14.66 per hour. Please refer to the classified salary schedule on our district website for additional information regarding step placement.