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R35- School Climate Coordinator

San Francisco Unified School District - COE Logo
7/15/2016
Erik Martinez
415-42-2615 3207
1
School Year 2016-2017
Full Time
8/10/2016 4:25 PM Pacific
Starting at $29.28/hour
Date Posted:
7/15/2016
Application Deadline:
8/10/2016 4:25 PM Pacific
Employment Type:
Full Time
Length of Work Year:
School Year 2016-2017
Salary:
Starting at $29.28/hour
Number Openings: (At time of posting)
1
Contact: Erik Martinez Email: martineze1@sfusd.edu Phone: 415-42-2615 3207

Requirements for Applying

1. CURRICULUM • Prepare and support professional development on research based LGBTQ curricula related to health and wellness • Coordinate and consult on classroom health education presentations • Act as a liaison between regular school day staff community based organizations to enhance communication and coordination of education and support programs • Prepare and develop curriculua on pertinent LGTBQ topics 2. INFRASTRUCTURE • Knowledge of and proficiency in implementing strength based and positive youth development strategies. • Address the needs of SFUSD students with an emphasis on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and/or questioning students. • Coordinate and provide technical assistance for site based School Health Programs staff, LGBTQ Support Liaisons and other regular day staff that facilitate student groups. • Participate in required programming and planning meetins at School Health Programs. • Participate on the Crisis Response Team and review emergency procedures with school site staff. • Assist school sites with referral process to culturally appropriate and language specific community resources. • Coordinate support/resouces to sites to facilitate psycho-educational student support groups. • Provide support/resources for site-based staff to present professional developement for faculty on topics including LGBTQ cultural competency, sexual harrassment, positive youth development, equity, bullying, school climate improvement, and alcohol, tobacco and other drug prevention. • Assist evaluators in encouraging site staff to complete surveys as needed and collecting necessary documentation for evaluation reports. • Analyze and utilize Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and school climate surveys to inform program developement.

School Health Program is located 1515 Quintara Street; 40 hours/week; full year; includes medical and dental All candidates must submit a cover letter and resume with an application. If you have any questions, please contact Erik Martinez at 415-242-2615, extension 3207.

      Requirements for Applying

      1. CURRICULUM • Prepare and support professional development on research based LGBTQ curricula related to health and wellness • Coordinate and consult on classroom health education presentations • Act as a liaison between regular school day staff community based organizations to enhance communication and coordination of education and support programs • Prepare and develop curriculua on pertinent LGTBQ topics 2. INFRASTRUCTURE • Knowledge of and proficiency in implementing strength based and positive youth development strategies. • Address the needs of SFUSD students with an emphasis on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and/or questioning students. • Coordinate and provide technical assistance for site based School Health Programs staff, LGBTQ Support Liaisons and other regular day staff that facilitate student groups. • Participate in required programming and planning meetins at School Health Programs. • Participate on the Crisis Response Team and review emergency procedures with school site staff. • Assist school sites with referral process to culturally appropriate and language specific community resources. • Coordinate support/resouces to sites to facilitate psycho-educational student support groups. • Provide support/resources for site-based staff to present professional developement for faculty on topics including LGBTQ cultural competency, sexual harrassment, positive youth development, equity, bullying, school climate improvement, and alcohol, tobacco and other drug prevention. • Assist evaluators in encouraging site staff to complete surveys as needed and collecting necessary documentation for evaluation reports. • Analyze and utilize Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and school climate surveys to inform program developement.

      School Health Program is located 1515 Quintara Street; 40 hours/week; full year; includes medical and dental All candidates must submit a cover letter and resume with an application. If you have any questions, please contact Erik Martinez at 415-242-2615, extension 3207.

          3. CBO AND PARENT/CAREGIVER OUTREACH • Collaborate with School Health Program staff to address school climate issues (e.g. organize and develop a site-based plan to implement health and wellness curriculum and programs). • Based upon needs assessment and status of resources, recruit community based organizations to provide a range of services including classroom presentations, support groups, faculty professional development and mental health counseling. • Assist site in creating/streamlining and clarifying for all staff the site’s referral process, mechanisms of linking to support services and follow-up with students. • Promote outreach to and inform parents/caregivers of school health and wellness related topics via newsletters and bulletins (including health awareness topics). • Coordinate and conduct workshops for parents/caregivers on health and wellness related topics, including school climate improvement, bullying and LGBTQ cultural competency. 4. PERFORM OTHER DUTIES AS ASSIGNED, INCLUDING SPECIAL PROJECTS Minimum Requirements: • Bachelor degree; credential and/or M.A. in counseling or related field preferred. • Minimum 2 years implementing LGBTQ-inclusive programs in K-12 school setting; • Experience collaborating with a wide range of partners, including personnel from city agencies, community based organizations and the school district; • Experience providing case management, facilitating support groups, and program coordination; • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills informed by cultural awareness and competencies; • Experience working with multidisciplanary teams • Proficiency in MS Office Suite, data analysis software, and google applications for education • Knowledge and experience working with Coordinated/Comprehensive School Health Model. • Bicultural, bilingual preferred

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          Application Deadline: 8/10/2016 4:25 PM Pacific

          3. CBO AND PARENT/CAREGIVER OUTREACH • Collaborate with School Health Program staff to address school climate issues (e.g. organize and develop a site-based plan to implement health and wellness curriculum and programs). • Based upon needs assessment and status of resources, recruit community based organizations to provide a range of services including classroom presentations, support groups, faculty professional development and mental health counseling. • Assist site in creating/streamlining and clarifying for all staff the site’s referral process, mechanisms of linking to support services and follow-up with students. • Promote outreach to and inform parents/caregivers of school health and wellness related topics via newsletters and bulletins (including health awareness topics). • Coordinate and conduct workshops for parents/caregivers on health and wellness related topics, including school climate improvement, bullying and LGBTQ cultural competency. 4. PERFORM OTHER DUTIES AS ASSIGNED, INCLUDING SPECIAL PROJECTS Minimum Requirements: • Bachelor degree; credential and/or M.A. in counseling or related field preferred. • Minimum 2 years implementing LGBTQ-inclusive programs in K-12 school setting; • Experience collaborating with a wide range of partners, including personnel from city agencies, community based organizations and the school district; • Experience providing case management, facilitating support groups, and program coordination; • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills informed by cultural awareness and competencies; • Experience working with multidisciplanary teams • Proficiency in MS Office Suite, data analysis software, and google applications for education • Knowledge and experience working with Coordinated/Comprehensive School Health Model. • Bicultural, bilingual preferred

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