High School Services Coordinator

    • Job Tracking ID: 512291-647095
    • Job Location: San Francisco, CA
    • Job Level: Mid Career (2+ years)
    • Level of Education: BA/BS
    • Job Type: Part-Time/Regular
    • Date Updated: August 30, 2018
    • Years of Experience: 2 - 5 Years
    • Starting Date: ASAP
    • Club House Name: Tenderloin
    • Job Status: Part Time
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Job Description:

PRIMARY FUNCTION:

 

Reporting to the High School Services Director, the High School Services Coordinator is primarily responsible for providing job readiness opportunities for youth ages 13-18.  This position supports each club’s 13-18 year old youth through targeted mentorship, social and character building programming with an emphasis on job readiness with earning potential.  S/he is responsible for achieving the outlined goals and objectives of the high school services program. Our overall goal is for every high school member at Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco to graduate from high school with a diploma or GED with a clear transition plan to college, work, or a vocational training program while building relevant skills now.  This position is part-time (25 hours per week), year round.

 

KEY ROLES (ESSENTIAL JOB RESPONSIBILITIES):

 

Academic/College Preparatory - 10%

  • Provide tutoring, homework help, and academic support services
  • Develop and maintain an individual written plan for teens focusing on high school graduation
  • Effectively communicate goals and resources available through the college preparatory/academic programs to youth, schools, and parents/guardians
  • Attend IEPs, SST, and Parent Teacher Conferences as assigned
  • Partner with Clubhouse High School Services Director and Education Director to ensure high school members receive quality educational support services


Job Readiness/Career Exploration - 50%

  • Facilitate job readiness and career exploration programming/curriculum in a small group setting
  • Connect members to internship and job opportunities utilizing youth workforce development service programs and best practices
  • Build relationships with partnering and new organizations to connect members to for possible employment opportunities
  • Offer one on one support to members as it relates to resume building, cover letter creation, job applications, mock interviews, and other topics that enhances job readiness
  • Lead several career exposure opportunities with the support of Citywide Teen Services and the High School Services Director
  • Under the direction of the High School Services Director, lead the relationship and process for MYEEP sites (VYDC specifically), Spotlight On The Arts, and other job related partnerships
  • Facilitate workshops for resume building, cover letter creation, filling out job applications, mock interviews, and other job readiness topics
  • Work with the Middle School Director, High School Services Director, Site Director, and Clubhouse Director in continually enhancing the Middle School to High School transition plans, programs, and process


Mentorship/Counseling - 25%

  • Formally mentor no fewer than 8 members at 13-18
  • Build life skills development into programs that Club members need to successfully transition out of the Clubhouse at age 18
  • Assist all interested 13-18 year old members individually or in small groups with developing academic, career, and personal/social skills, goals and plans
  • Use data to develop comprehensive programs that meet Clubhouse member needs


Administrative - 10%

  • Management and analysis of attendance and participation data
  • Attend all meetings, conferences and training as required
  • Any other duties the Clubhouse Director might deem necessary to the best interest of the Club and the overall organization
  • At all times maintain a professional appearance and manner reflective of the high standards of Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco


Other Job Segments - 10%

  • Promote and stimulate high school membership in the Teen Services department ensuring that every teen Club member receives needed resources and support necessary to meet individual goals, interests, and needs
  • Facilitate the integration of high school members into other departments of the organization/Clubhouse
  • Facilitate Teen Night activities
  • Partner with other agencies in the community to help support the Teen Center
  • Supervise the maintenance and operation of the department's physical property, insuring club member safety at all times
  • Transport Club members in Club vehicles or on public transportation as needed
  • Plan, organize and conduct cultural programs and activities, including clubs, celebrations, dance and discussion groups

Experience and Skills:

SKILLS/KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED:

  • Culturally competent
  • BA/BS degree from an accredited college or university or related work experience
  • Strong classroom management/discipline skills
  • Some knowledge of A-G requirements and the ability to help youth navigate the college application process 
  • Experience working with youth from diverse backgrounds
  • Experience working with youth in grades 9th-12th grade
  • Ability to develop and implement organized educational programs and services
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Demonstrated organization skills
  • Current Red Cross first aid/CPR certification (within 90 days of employment)
  • Strong program/classroom facilitator
  • Strong skill set around resume building, cover letter development, and interview administration

 

SKILLS/KNOWLEDGE PREFERRED:

  • Commitment to ongoing professional development
  • Working knowledge of child/adolescent development theories
  • Working knowledge of Restorative Justice principles and practices
  • Strong computer skills including Windows, Microsoft Office, database and records management

 

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/ WORK ENVIRONMENT:

  • Must be able to lift 15 lbs.
  • Must be able to stand for at least 1 hour
  • Must be able to sit at computer workstation for long time periods

 

DISCLAIMER:

The information presented indicates the general nature and level of work expected of employees in this classification. It is not designed to contain, nor to be interpreted as, a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and objectives required of employees assigned to this job.