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Program Coordinator - ELECT Teen Outreach

Central Administration
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Note:  The salary range for this role is $49,041 - $66,013

For forward-thinking administrators and educators opportunities abound in the School  District of Philadelphia. The School District of Philadelphia is committed to transforming the  education opportunities it offers the city’s more than 203,000 school-aged children. The  District seeks District leaders who have a passion for working with schools, principals and  communities and who are committed to ensuring all students achieve. Serving a population  as diverse as ours requires creativity, commitment and vision. Will you join us? 

Job Summary 

For the Chief Academic Support Office, coordinates and monitors menu of services and  supports and related service components under the aegis of the Chief Academic Support  Office. Monitors activities, projects and initiatives related to Title I supplemental services.  Supports the management of various initiatives and supplemental instructional models, 

including, but not limited to, early literacy, Keystone assessments, specialized instruction,  and blended learning. Ensures that all activities and programs are measurable and include  a plan for how to evaluate success. Provides support in achieving programmatic  effectiveness in the operational aspects while maintaining compliance with all applicable  federal, state and local guidelines. Ensures that data pertaining to Title I activities is  systematically collected, reviewed and maintained. 

For all other offices as assigned, oversees the implementation of the programmatic activities  for the 21st Century Community Learning Center at various school sites or the Partnerships  in Character Education and the Learn and Serve Youth Driven Service Learning grants, Early Childhood Regional Center, Facilities Management Services, High Schools, Charter  Schools, Transportation, Procurement Services Office of the Inspector General, Leadership  Development and Evaluation, Communications, Research and Evaluation, Family and  Community Engagement or School Climate and Culture. Oversees the program operations  and assures that the programmatic operations are in compliance with the grant, operating 

budget or charter agreement for the assigned area. For the Office of School Climate and  Culture, assists staff in supporting the development of positive schools where all students  and adults experience the belonging and engagement that support maximal learning and  social-emotional development. Supports Climate and Culture Coaches and other Office of  School Climate and Culture staff in assisting schools in implementing comprehensive multi 

tiered systems of support (MTSS) for behavior that includes school-wide and classroom  behavior strategies (Tier I). These strategies are designed to improve school staff behavior  management practices, as well as school and classroom climate, for the purpose of  improved student behavior and academic success. Supports the use of data within learning  networks to guide decision-making about climate programs and interventions. For the  Charter Schools Office, assists in the ongoing, active engagement with the charter schools  currently operating in the School District of Philadelphia. Involves regular informal and  formal school visits and attendance at Board meetings, following up with schools post-visits,  and supporting dynamic authorizing functions including monitoring, turnaround and renewal. Supports the Director of Evaluation and Senior Educator Effectiveness Analysts as they  perform their duties as it relates to the evaluation system, processes and framework. 

Essential Functions

• Plans and implements activities which are designed to achieve the short and long-term  goals for ELECT Program; plans and coordinates activities as directed by the Director,  Pregnant and Parenting Teen Services to ensure the attainment of required outcomes. 

• Responds to inquiries received from within the District and from external stakeholders;  coordinates activities in response to inquiries received; reviews information and/or data  collected. 

• Coordinates comprehensive referral tracking system for pregnant/parenting student  outreach, engagement, enrollment, and retention. 

• Manages stakeholder relations and establishes formal referral relationships; provides  presentations for internal departments, external stakeholder groups and prospective  student groups. 

• Audits student case records and documentation submitted by ELECT Program  contractors, ensuring compliance in regard to Pennsylvania Department of Education  (PDE) and Department of Human Services (DHS) ELECT Operational Guidelines. 

• Provides guidance to departmental staff and contractors in the development of specific  and coordinated work plans; ensures that activities are executed in accordance with  established timelines. 

• Serves as a resource to other District offices and schools.


Minimum Requirements

• Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university. 

• Two years of full-time, paid, professional which has included coordinating programs,  working with academic supports in urban schools and managing external community based resources. 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities  

Demonstrated knowledge of: 

o the principles and current practices in the press management of multiple entities. o the methods and techniques utilized in news dissemination and identifying  positive and negative news. 

o organizing press events, adhering to timelines and teamwork. 

o the principles of research. 

o the structure for briefing memos. 

Demonstrated ability to: 

o present ideas to others internal and .external to the School District. o write and edit event briefings efficiently for annual and standing events. o use a personal computer for word processing and data management. o train others on news dissemination and identifying positive and negative news. o communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. 

o establish and maintain effective relationships. 


For the Charter Schools Office, full access to a reliable vehicle and a valid driver’s license is  required. 


The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being  performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an  exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified.  


The School District of Philadelphia provides to all persons equal access to all categories of  employment in this District, regardless of race, color, age, creed, religion, sex, sexual  orientation, ancestry, national origin or handicap/disability, gender identity, or genetic information. Please refer to Board Policy 104 for further information regarding the District's  commitment to Nondiscrimination in Employment Practices.


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