|Position||Program Coordinator II|
|Salary||$45,760 – $52,000 per year, DOE +benefits|
|Reports to||Executive Director, (Workforce Development Component)|
Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Project Coordinator is
responsible for the overall development, implementation, coordination, and management of the youth workforce development program at San Francisco International High School. The Project Coordinator will work closely with students, faculty and the community to integrate school day learning outcomes and establish partnerships to create real world experiences for students.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Develop, implement, and manage a comprehensive career exploration
curriculum and internship program targeting high school students.
- Outreach and recruit internships placements for 80-100 students by researching and developing employer contacts in private and public sectors that match student interests and employer needs.
- Build and foster strong relationships with business, community, college and civic partners to support college, career and internship opportunities for students.
- Organize career days, guest speakers, company field visits, college tours, etc. to expose students to different industries and careers.
- Collaborate with faculty to facilitate student connections to career/college
specific professional preparation opportunities and services.
- Design and prepare informational materials, written communications, reports, and multi-media materials for web and print distribution.
- Develop and managed MOUs agreements between CYC and internship partner agencies and companies.
- Facilitate presentations and orientations for both students and partner to review program learning outcomes and expectations.
- Conduct assessments to assist students in exploring and identifying their
educational, vocational or career goals to ensure internships match student interests and goals.
- Create individual service plans that address student goals and provide barrier removal services as needed.
- Provide support and monitor participant progress and employer satisfaction through regular one-on-one check-in meetings and field visits.
- Compile and maintain program notes and records for both students and hosting sites to track progress and program impact.
- Maintain up-to-date knowledge and information about job markets, career fields, industry trends, and regional demands to provide guidance and support to students in pursuing their educational and career goals.
- Participate in school team meetings and coordinate with relevant administrators, faculty, student groups, and CBO partners to promote program visibility and coordinate service delivery.
- Develop curriculum and facilitate job readiness, college and career exploration workshops as needed.
- Maintain accurate documentation and data collection of services in required databases and produce monthly reports for granting agencies.
- Assist students with pre-employment activities: resume writing, interviewing skills, job searches, job coaching, applicant presentation (proper interview attire and demeanor) and retention practices as needed.
- Collaborate with other CYC Workforce Development Programs to implement events, activities, and other projects to further the goals of the youth workforce development department.
- Other duties as assigned by the supervisor and management team.
- Bachelor’s degree in counseling, education, or other related fields plus minimum of four years youth development experience. Experience in areas of career and educational planning, counseling, or advising a plus.
- Demonstrated ability to develop, organize, and implement programs.
- Experience building effective partnerships with schools, community based organizations, funders and employer partners.
- Experience supervising staff and managing program budgets.
- Possess strong interpersonal, organizational, conflict mediation, and leadership skills.
- Ability to work with ethnically diverse groups of low-income youth as well as English language learners to support their social and emotional learning and development.
- Excellent technology skills (familiar with Google docs & sheets, Excel, etc.)
- Capacity to multi-task, work independently, and meet strict programmatic
- Ability to model to staff and participants: professionalism, personal responsibility, a strong work ethic and positive character.
- Bilingual in Cantonese, Spanish, or Tagalog is preferred.
- Willingness to work some evenings and weekends.
- Able to lift or move at least 25lbs.
- Ability to pass TB health clearance and fingerprint clearance from the Department of Justice and FBI.
Please submit cover letter and resume to CYC Main Office via email: [email protected]
Attn: Project Coordinator II (SFI)
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