Lakewood

School-Based Site Coordinator Positions

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Our School-Based Site Coordinators are part of a strong team focused on our mission of surrounding students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and succeed in life.

The Site Coordinator is responsible for the overall planning and implementing the Communities In Schools model of “integrated student supports”, in strong collaboration with the Communities In Schools of Lakewood team, school staff and the community. Read more about the Communities In Schools national model at http://www.communitiesinschools.org/our-model.

This “school-based” position identifies and coordinates community resources, volunteers and partnerships to address the identified academic, social and emotional needs of youth (and their families) who face individual and systemic barriers to academic success through confidential, developmentally appropriate, culturally sensitive interventions, services, supports and case management. The Site Coordinator works closely with the administration, counseling and Student Support Teams in their school.

Multiple Site Coordinator positions available - including Full-time (40 hours/week) and Part-time (20 hours/week).

Note: All staff are required to be fully vaccinated; proof of vaccination is required.

North Central Washington

Site Coordinator – Waterville Elementary School

Posted on Apply by December 31, 2022

This school-based position identifies and coordinates available community resources and develops new strategies and partnerships to provide additional support to students and their families through confidential, developmentally appropriate, culturally sensitive interventions, services and supports. Based at Waterville High School.

Peninsula

Site Coordinator Key Peninsula Middle School

Posted on Apply by December 20, 2022

The Site Coordinator is responsible for the overall planning and coordination of Communities In Schools of Peninsula (CISP) operations at one or two school sites through the implementation of the CISP model of integrating student services. The Site Coordinator will coordinate with community partners and volunteers to marshal resources necessary to address the social, emotional, and academic needs of students who are at risk of dropping out of school and/or not advancing to the next grade level. Through the coordination of individual and group interventions as well as prevention activities, the Site Coordinator is a team player with school staff, volunteers, and parents in helping students succeed in school.

Puyallup

Site Coordinator

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The site coordinator is responsible for the overall planning and management of Communities In Schools’ operations at the site and the implementation of the Communities In Schools’ model of Integrated Student Supports. This school-based position identifies and coordinates community resources and partnerships to address the identified needs of students at risk of academic failure and their families through confidential, developmentally appropriate, culturally sensitive interventions, services, and supports.

Program Director

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The Program Director will support the implementation of the CIS model at our CIS Site Schools in the Puyallup School District.  This position will be responsible for providing Site Coordinators support, including orientation, CIS Model service delivery training, professional development, and data management along with ongoing support and technical assistance to ensure strong implementation of the model.

Renton-Tukwila

Student Advocate

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We are currently hiring for multiple Site Coordinators within the Lake Washington & Tukwila School Districts responsible for the overall planning and implementation of the Communities In Schools student-centered model of integrated student supports, in strong collaboration and partnership with school team. These positions identify and coordinate community resources and partnerships to address the individual and systemic barriers students face through confidential, developmentally appropriate, culturally sensitive interventions, services and supports. This position works closely with the administration, counseling, and student support teams.

This position is 40 hours a week, working August-June.

Development Manager

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Over the past four years, we have experienced significant growth going from supporting 12 schools to 33 with a 114% growth in revenue. This is an exciting time to join our team as we have recently expanded into our third school district. We are seeking an experienced, positive, and flexible fundraising/event manager to join our team and help us continue our growth. The Development Manager’s primary focus is oversight of event logistics, including community drives, website/social media, and in-kind resource development and will report to our Development Director.

Spokane County

Development Director

Posted on Apply by December 11, 2022

This is an amazing opportunity to be an integral part of a dynamic team of passionate and energetic leaders. This strategic position is responsible for working closely with the Executive Director (ED) and Board of Directors (BOD) in planning, expanding and coordinating all aspects of fund development and public relations. The ideal candidate will be a creative and flexible thinker that is highly skilled in communicating and building partnerships and relationships with a variety of stakeholders. This position will be responsible for oversight of all fundraising efforts, data collection and analysis of funding to ensure the yearly fund-raising goal is met and exceeded. This person will need to provide leadership in development, be self-motivated and work both independently and with various teams.

Whatcom-Skagit