Anderson Union High School District
Native American Education Coordinator
DEFINITION: The coordinator works with students, teachers, school nurse, school psychologist, community organizations, and other agencies to aid in programs which enhance the self-expectations of Native American students.


Any combination equivalent to training and experience that could likely provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities would be qualifying. A typical way to gain the knowledge, skills, and abilities required of this position would be through completion of a high school diploma or its equivalent, two years experience with Native American social and educational issues, and experience as a program coordinator.


? Native American education, culture and community affairs
? The responsibilities of program coordination
? Keyboarding and basic clerical skills
? Use of modern office equipment


? Communicate and work well with students and staff
? Communicate with families and members of the Native American community and other community organizations that enhance the goals of Native American Education
? Keyboard and perform basic clerical duties
? Must possess a valid driver’s license


Neat personal appearance, the ability to work effectively with students, fellow employees, and school officials; and the ability to meet the public tactfully and courteously


? Requires vision (which may be corrected) to read small print
? Performs work which is primarily sedentary
? Is subject to inside and outside environmental conditions
? May be required to use personal vehicle in the course of employment
? May be required to work evenings or weekends
? Must pass Dept. of Justice fingerprint clearance, tuberculosis testing and health assessment

The following tasks are essential for this position. Incumbents in this classification may perform all of these tasks, or may perform similar related tasks not listed here:

? Identifies and contacts students who qualify for the Native American Studies Program
? Assists in student need assessment
? Designs and implements a comprehensive scope and broader horizons program
? Strengthens communication between home and school for Native American students
? Organizes counseling sessions with students, parents, and teachers
? Assists in tutoring students
? Attends assigned meetings with the Program Director and the Title VII Parent Committee
? Assists in meeting the reporting program requirements
? Identifies potential program participants
? Assists with employment placement
? Assists with scholarships, financial aide and college placement
? Organizes and conducts local Native American culture activities
? Participates in creation of Native American Education Program
? Participates in parent advisory meetings
? Performs other related duties as required
? Maintains a database on all student participants in the program with regard to counseling, tutoring, or specific referral

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