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Date Posted10/03/2022
Job TitleFamily Coordinator
StateNew York
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Family Coordinator

730 Bryant Avenue, Bronx NY 10474 - Bronx, NY
Position Type: Full Time
Education Level: 4 Year Degree
Family Coordinator Community School
Community Schools Family Coordinator

About the Program

Community Schools are a strategy to organize resources and share leadership to integrate social services into the fabric of the schools. Community Schools are equipped to better serve the needs of families so that students come to school ready and able to learn.

Community Schools offer a family focused holistic approach toward supporting wellness driven by strong, collaborative partnerships among parents, School Building Leaders, teachers and the greater community. In Community Schools, parents are real and active drivers in their families’ success, the school climate is inviting, joyful and positive, and opportunities are endless.

An integral part of this approach is the integration and alignment of school- and community-based services such as mental health services, student support, parent engagement opportunities and enrichment.

Critical to ensuring this alignment and coordination is a full-time Family Coordinator to organize resources and services to bridge the school-home gap.

Specific Duties & Responsibilities

In partnership with the Director, the Family Coordinator will:

Directly coach, develop and train Success Mentors
Create events and interventions that will increase student attendance and parent engagement
Work in partnership with other Graham programs and managers to create a seamless support and access to resources for families who attend the school and those in the greater community
Plan, implement and facilitate monthly Parent Café Sessions
Represent the agency on relevant external committees and work groups
Maintain the data portal attendance interventions and submit attendance reports in a timely manner
Visible leadership/presence to support parents and link them to needed services
Co-chair weekly attendance meetings
Attend and represent parents in student support and advisory meetings
Maintain parent signatures and referrals for all events, volunteer opportunities and track participation numbers
Advocate for parents by sharing feedback and parent interests to School Building Leaders and other staff; represent parents in school meetings
Create a plan for executing 100% completion of annual Department of Education surveys
Create, promote, refer and track family volunteer opportunities and program activities
Support parents with completing and submitting documents for program registration; including tracking and monitoring student enrollment to ensure requirements are met
Organize and maintain files, as required by program funders
During the summer months, coordinate enrichment programs



Bachelor’s Degree required, Masters preferred
Minimum 4 years experience working with families in an advocacy, support or parent engagement role
Bilingual, English/Spanish, preferred
Microsoft Suite proficient
Demonstrated ability to lead, coach and motivate a team
Ability to prove experience of developing and executing a vision
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Practical and strong decision making skills

Company NameGraham-Windham
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