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R30 - COMMUNITY HEALTH OUTREACH WORKER (High School Level) - Teacher Assistant / Aide / Paraprof.

1/9/2013
Kevin Gogin
gogink@sfusd.edu
415-242-2615 3244
Not Specified
School Year 2012-2013
Full Time
1/16/2013 9:00 AM Pacific
Starting Salary $21.84/hour
1/9/2013
1/16/2013 9:00 AM Pacific
Full Time
School Year 2012-2013
Starting Salary $21.84/hour
Not Specified
Name: Kevin Gogin Email: gogink@sfusd.edu Phone: 415-242-2615 3244
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School Health Programs Department Job Description R30 – Community Health Outreach Worker (high school level) Mission: To ensure the academic, physical and emotional growth of San Francisco’s children and youth by assisting school sites in building their capacity to meet the needs of the whole child. The mission is aligned with SFUSD goals and priorities and evidenced in our goals and objectives, which will be implemented under the direction of the Director of School Health Programs Department (SHPD), the Community Health Outreach Worker (CHOW) will provide professional development, technical assistance, and resources to support school sites in coordinating and implementing expanded learning programs. Community Health Outreach Worker (CHOW) The CHOW is responsible for outreach to both the school and the community at large to promote the Wellness Program and its services. This outreach includes promotion of the Wellness Program to students, school staff, parents, and Community-based Organizations (CBOs). The CHOW is a member of the Wellness Program interdisciplinary team of staff, which includes a Wellness Coordinator (the Program Manager), a School District Nurse, a Behavioral Health Counselor, and several Masters-level student interns. This team collaborates to offer health and wellness services to students such as assessments, treatment and referrals for reproductive health, physical health, mental health, and substance use concerns. Minimum Requirements: • B.A. • Experience working with youth • Experience working with non-profit organizations • Strong organizational skills • Ability to work with a multi-disciplinary team

Requirements for Applying

The CHOW is responsible for outreach to both the school and the community at large to promote the Wellness Program and its services. This outreach includes promotion of the Wellness Program to students, school staff, parents, and Community-based Organizations (CBOs). The CHOW is a member of the Wellness Program interdisciplinary team of staff, which includes a Wellness Coordinator (the Program Manager), a School District Nurse, a Behavioral Health Counselor, and several Masters-level student interns. This team collaborates to offer health and wellness services to students such as assessments, treatment and referrals for reproductive health, physical health, mental health, and substance use concerns.School term. Minimum Requirements: • B.A. • Experience working with youth • Experience working with non-profit organizations • Strong organizational skills • Ability to work with a multi-disciplinary team Applicant must submit a cover letter and a resume. Medical benefits is included. If you have any questions, please contact Kevin Gogin at 242-2615, extension 3244.

Requirements for Applying

The CHOW is responsible for outreach to both the school and the community at large to promote the Wellness Program and its services. This outreach includes promotion of the Wellness Program to students, school staff, parents, and Community-based Organizations (CBOs). The CHOW is a member of the Wellness Program interdisciplinary team of staff, which includes a Wellness Coordinator (the Program Manager), a School District Nurse, a Behavioral Health Counselor, and several Masters-level student interns. This team collaborates to offer health and wellness services to students such as assessments, treatment and referrals for reproductive health, physical health, mental health, and substance use concerns.School term. Minimum Requirements: • B.A. • Experience working with youth • Experience working with non-profit organizations • Strong organizational skills • Ability to work with a multi-disciplinary team Applicant must submit a cover letter and a resume. Medical benefits is included. If you have any questions, please contact Kevin Gogin at 242-2615, extension 3244.

Job Description / Essential Elements:

School Health Programs Department Job Description R30 – Community Health Outreach Worker (high school level) Mission: To ensure the academic, physical and emotional growth of San Francisco’s children and youth by assisting school sites in building their capacity to meet the needs of the whole child. The mission is aligned with SFUSD goals and priorities and evidenced in our goals and objectives, which will be implemented under the direction of the Director of School Health Programs Department (SHPD), the Community Health Outreach Worker (CHOW) will provide professional development, technical assistance, and resources to support school sites in coordinating and implementing expanded learning programs. Community Health Outreach Worker (CHOW) The CHOW is responsible for outreach to both the school and the community at large to promote the Wellness Program and its services. This outreach includes promotion of the Wellness Program to students, school staff, parents, and Community-based Organizations (CBOs). The CHOW is a member of the Wellness Program interdisciplinary team of staff, which includes a Wellness Coordinator (the Program Manager), a School District Nurse, a Behavioral Health Counselor, and several Masters-level student interns. This team collaborates to offer health and wellness services to students such as assessments, treatment and referrals for reproductive health, physical health, mental health, and substance use concerns. Minimum Requirements: • B.A. • Experience working with youth • Experience working with non-profit organizations • Strong organizational skills • Ability to work with a multi-disciplinary team

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Application Deadline: 1/16/2013 9:00 AM Pacific

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