Working Days: 230 days/8 hours
Job Description (attached)
Salary Schedule (attached) Grade 6

Family Resource Center Coordinators (FRC) serve children under school age and in elementary school. Assumes responsibility for development and coordination of programs and services determined by the needs of the population being served, available resources, location and other local characteristics. Develops and maintains contact with business and community representatives to enhance students' ability to succeed in school by developing and sustaining partnerships that promote early learning and successful transition to school, academic achievement and well-being, and graduation and transition into adult life.

Develops, reviews, monitors, and updates implementation of the Continuation Program plan
Maintains active involvement with community services, and acts as a liaison to business and community resources
Utilizes current needs assessment, including a process for identifying the needs of students and families
Assures compliance with any federal, state; local, and District regulations, deadlines, and requirements (e.g. grant, budget, action components, assurances, individual interventions, and purchasing)
Maintains communication with school community, leadership, Family Resource Youth Services Center Advisory and School Based Decision Making councils
Provides resources and referrals to students, families, and staff
Attends monthly District/regional professional development and state mandated trainings (i.e. Victory Over Violence, Fall Institute)
Participates in twenty-four (24) hours of training approved by the FRYSC Training Council, and addresses components of the approved FRYSC Continuation Program Plan and/or the school or District goals
Completes all trainings and other compliance requirements as assigned by the designated deadline
Performs other duties as assigned by supervisor and/or Director as it relates to the implementation of the FRYSC Core Components and Continuation Program Plan

Bachelor's Degree
Successful experience with business/community agencies/resources
Successful experience working with youth and adults from diverse backgrounds
Valid driver's license
Effective communication skills

**Social Work and/or community building experience, as well as grant writing experience is highly desired.
**Experiance working with English Language learners is highly desired.

**PLEASE NOTE: All applicants must upload a letter of interest and resume when applying online.  Failure to do so may result in not being considered for the position.
*Information you enter in the Experience section of the online application will be used to verify your qualification for this position. Information should be entered accurately and completely.

**Falsification of an employment application is grounds for exclusion from consideration and/or termination.



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