This eleven-month position reports to the Learning Support Services Department manager. The Expanded Learning Coordinator shall provide support for Expanded Learning Opportunity Program (ELO-P), HCOE Consortium ASES, and 21st CCLC grant sites for Expanded Learning programming.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES
- Plan and facilitate monthly network meetings;
- CDE reporting, Program Plan, and MOU development/updates;
- Support sites with annual budget development and spending requests;
- Build capacity of Site Coordinators and maintain a system of regular communication;
- Attend meetings with the CDE Expanded Learning Division and the Regional 1 support team; and communicate guidance to the HCOE Consortium;
- Visit each consortium site at least annually;
- Coordinate county-wide events;
- Direct HCOE supplemental employees, interns, or volunteers that support related programming;
- Research, design, and make oral presentations to small and large groups;
- Plan and implement developmentally appropriate programs/training for adults and children;
- Write grants and prepare information, statistical, and narrative reports.
Education, Experience, and Requirements
- Must possess a BA degree or equivalent of four years of college;
- Experience using the computer, web-based information technologies, and communication technologies;
- Familiarity with California Standards and frameworks;
- Experience managing budgets;
- Experience with State and Federal grant reporting
- Proper oral and written English usage;
- Appropriate databases and software including Outlook, Word, Excel, and Google Suite applications
- Work effectively independently, with minimal supervision, as well as collaborate with others in a team setting;
- Supervise the work of others as requested;
- Maintain meticulous records and manage program tracking;
- Maintain confidentiality of work-related information;
- Adapt to changing work demands, adjust priorities and meet deadlines;
- Identify, troubleshoot and resolve problems;
- Update skills and learn new computer technology as needed;
- Set time-frames and manage priorities;
- Work effectively under varying degrees of stress;
- Establish and maintain effective, positive, and cooperative relationships with those contacted in the course of work
- Sit, stand, and/or move about for extended periods.
- Visual acuity to read and write printed materials and computer screens.
- Hearing and speech abilities for ordinary and telephonic conversations.
- Lift and move materials weighing up to 50 pounds.
Learning Support Services employees must be available to work varied hours and days, Monday through Saturday, depending upon department needs
Schedule: Classified Hourly, Range 54