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Philadelphia, PA
Family Academic Support Liaison
Philadelphia, PA
Armstrong-Lockman
Philadelphia, PA
Family Academic Support Liaison
  • One (1) year working with families in a Support Liaison, or equivalent role, developing parent mentors/parent training OR
  • Provide evidence of having passed the Praxis exam for a Para educators AND
  • Provide a transcript of 72 quarter credits of higher education OR
  • Confers with teachers and parents for the purpose of assisting in evaluating student progress and/or implementing student objectives
  • Works with families in the learning environment of the student to facilitate academic success
  • Promotes the importance of communication between teachers and parents/students on an ongoing basis with referred parents and students
  • Takes on extra responsibilities such as calling about USA Test prep, NWEA MAP and M-STEP reminders
Detroit, MI
Management Support for the Family Services Group Offering Management
Detroit, MI
McKenzie, Smith and Johnston
Detroit, MI
Management Support for the Family Services Group Offering Management
  • Management of inbox (incoming mails, meeting of deadlines, etc.)
  • Phone coverage for senior management, including client contact
  • Settlement of accounts (invoices, expenses, credit cards)
  • Pro-active and flexible personality
  • Preparation of formal correspondences, e-mails and PowerPoint presentations
  • Various ad-hoc tasks, including ordering of office material maintenance of stationery area
  • Organization of business trips and team events
present
Boston, MA
Asso Director, Family Support & Clinical Care
Boston, MA
Stamm, Wehner and Howe
present
Boston, MA
Asso Director, Family Support & Clinical Care
present
  • Work with local families to provide local educational advocacy for families by providing support to educators, IEP plans and classroom education
  • Lead, train and manage Family Care Specialists in territory (i.e. training, goal setting, accountabilities, approving PTO requests, performance reviews, etc.)
  • Work with local stakeholders on MDA’s National Advocacy Initiatives
  • Assist with camp planning/prep (such as medical staff and counselor recruitment; informing families at clinic)
  • Maintain and grows relationships with MDA Care Centers/host institutions in territory; organizes clinic team meetings in collaboration with regional Director of Family Support & Clinical Care
  • In collaboration with district teams, assists in recruitment of families for Muscle Walk
  • Establish and maintain effective partnership with Divisional Directors and Executive Directors throughout territory
Education Education
Bachelor’s Degree in Related Field
Bachelor’s Degree in Related Field
West Virginia University
Bachelor’s Degree in Related Field
Skills Skills
  • Ability to travel 30% of time for home visits, meetings, professional development, etc
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel; Web proficiency
  • Ability to travel 20% of time for meetings, professional development, etc
  • Promotes the importance of communication between teachers and parents/students on an ongoing basis with referred parents and students
  • Previous experience as a Learning Coach for K12
  • Provides 1:1 guidance and support for students and parents of students who are experiencing academic difficulty in mathematics, English/language arts/writing, science, and social studies; Assists in developing an academic remediation (Back on Track) plan for parent and student to follow and provide ongoing support towards completion of plan
  • Facilitates 1:1 training/support and provide academic resources to help parents on best practices for working with their children to improve their student’s academic achievement
  • Washington State Teacher Certification
  • Confers with teachers and parents for the purpose of assisting in evaluating student progress and/or implementing student objectives
  • Provides research-based strategies to give students and parents of students the necessary skills and knowledge to help them communicate effectively with teachers, administrators, and all educators in order to build a partnership to impact student achievement
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Management Support for the Family Services Group Offering Management Resume Examples & Samples

  • Management of agendas, including set up of meetings with very senior stakeholders and often many participants, liaise with other organizational units in Wealth Management, the Investment Bank and Global Asset Management
  • Management of inbox (incoming mails, meeting of deadlines, etc.)
  • Organization of business trips and team events
  • Settlement of accounts (invoices, expenses, credit cards)
  • Preparation of formal correspondences, e-mails and PowerPoint presentations
  • Maintenance and updates of access rights and distribution lists
  • Phone coverage for senior management, including client contact
  • Review of documents/ presentations
  • Various ad-hoc tasks, including ordering of office material maintenance of stationery area
  • General understanding of the banking environment
  • Strong service-orientation
  • Pro-active and flexible personality
  • Good attention to detail and reliable working style
  • Strong organizational skills and ability to handle multiple competing tasks
  • Proficient MS Outlook, MS Word and MS PowerPoint knowledge a must, MS Excel knowledge an advantage
  • Good command of English a must (spoken and written), any additional language a plus
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Lead Family Academic Support Liaison Resume Examples & Samples

  • Associates Degree(s) AND
  • Two (2) years of experience as a Family Academic Support Liaison and/or experience managing the Family Academic Support Liaison role OR
  • Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project, Visio, etc.); Web proficiency
  • Previous leadership experience
3

Coordinator / Family Support Services Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provides families with accurate and relevant information and assists them to make an informed decision regarding organ, eye and tissue donation
  • Develops empathetic listening skills and problem-solving techniques to effectively anticipate and respond to each family's objections or concerns
  • Communicates with hospital liaisons to improve working relationships at donor hospitals
  • Assumes 24-hour on-call responsibility
  • Serves as the designated requestor for organs, eye and tissue when appropriate
  • Assesses medical status and determines organ donor potential in conjunction with organ recovery staff
  • Communicates pertinent information with Attending Physician, Nursing staff, Chaplain, and LifeShare clinical staff for organs, eyes, and/or tissue as appropriate
  • Participates in speaking engagements for both the general public and professionals in conjunction with the LifeShare Hospital Development team
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Family Caregiver Support Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Implements and leads all aspects of Caregiver SOS in an assigned geographic area, including oversight of assistants and volunteer staff
  • Develops an annual business plan with measurable objectives, and targeted activities to achieve those objectives
  • Builds relationships and collaborates with key leaders, professionals, organizations and other stakeholders that serve caregivers in WellMed communities
  • Seeks out and develops networking opportunities and speaking engagements in WellMed communities that will generate awareness of Caregiver SOS and WellMed initiatives
  • Coaches and trains assistants and volunteers, holding regular meetings to engage and motivated
  • Utilizes tracking systems to formally track phone calls, visits, trainings, outreach, and family meeting, and develops reports for management and WCF board members
  • Plans calendar of events that meet annual performance measures for caregiver outreach and education
  • Performs all other related duties as assigned
  • 4+ years of experience in a social services environment
  • At least an intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and the internet
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology, Social Services, Business Administration, Public Health or related field
  • Bilingual Spanish / English
  • Experience serving older adult population
  • Ability to supervise, train, monitor, and motivate the work of others
  • Clear and concise written and verbal communication skills
  • Must be able to work on a team and / or independently with minimal supervision
  • Ability to exercise judgment and discretion in handling sensitive and confidential issues
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Family Academic Support Liaison Resume Examples & Samples

  • Associates degree OR
  • Provide evidence of having passed the Praxis exam for a paraeducators AND
  • Knowledge and experience with Insight School of Washington (ISWA) and the K12 curriculum OR
  • Certificates and Licenses: None required
  • Working knowledge of K12 and Insight School of Washington
  • Experience in working with “at risk” youth
  • Washington State Teacher Certification
  • Previous experience as a Learning Coach for K12
6

Ymci Family Support Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Lived experience navigating the mental health system for a child
  • One year of experience working as Family Partner
  • Knowledge of CBHI services
7

Michigan Virtual Charter Academy Family Academic Support Liaison Resume Examples & Samples

  • One (1) year working with families in a Support Liaison, or equivalent role, developing parent mentors/parent training OR
  • Ability to pass required background check
  • This is a home-based position but there may be a need for in-office work which is at the discretion of the supervisor and business needs
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Temporary Family Academic Support Liaison Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide a transcript of 72 quarter credits of higher education OR
  • Provide evidence of having passed the Praxis exam for a para educators AND
  • Knowledge and experience with Michigan Great Lakes Virtual Academy and the K12 curriculum OR
  • Working knowledge of K12 and Michigan Great Lakes Virtual Academy
  • Ability to travel 20% of time for meetings, professional development, etc
  • Michigan State Teacher Certification
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Dean of Culture & Student & Family Support Resume Examples & Samples

  • Supporting and promoting the educational and character education mission of the school
  • Setting a good example in terms of dress, punctuality, and attendance
  • Attending all team and staff meetings
  • Long periods of standing and sitting and have the ability to lift items up to 25 lbs. is required. There will be continued use of hands, wrist and arm movements
  • Requires normal/corrected vision and hearing
  • Position will require limited travel
  • Periodic participation in activities to support the KIPP team/mission (such as assembling lunches or rearranging lightweight furniture) is required
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Support Manager Single Family Technology Resume Examples & Samples

  • Bachelor’s degree in related field(s) required
  • Minimum 10 years of Mortgage Lending Experience. Experience in Vendor Management preferred
  • Minimum 10 years in a supervisory or management role with demonstrated leadership ability in a Mortgage Lending environment required
  • Strong leadership and development skills
  • Strong ability, desire, and enjoyment in working with others, both employees and vendors, with cooperative, professional, and friendly attitude
  • Be a self-starter, dependable, and accurate in completing responsibilities with strong attention to detail and organization. Be able to multi-task effectively
  • Ability to maintain effective communication and working relationship with co-workers, manager, branches, and home office departments. Able to work as part of a team, as well as independently and with people of diverse background
  • Possess good judgment, ability to accept responsibility and handle confidential information. Good at problem solving, research, and decision-making. Ability to follow policies and procedures
  • Able to learn quickly, ask questions, take instruction constructively and be flexible in doing assorted tasks
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Orientation & Family Programs Assistant Administrative Support Resume Examples & Samples

  • Thorough knowledge of standard office methods, procedures and practices
  • Sound judgment, common sense and demonstrated initiative
  • Excellent communication, customer service and interpersonal skills
  • Demonstrated organizational, prioritization, and teamwork skills
  • Ability to accurately type and use a computer and other standard office equipment
  • Intermediate computer skills and experience, including ability to use a computer for scheduling, word processing, and ability to learn software programs
  • Thorough knowledge of office methods, procedures and practices and fluency in using standard office software packages, including intermediate to advanced working knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, e-mail, and web search programs is required, PeopleSoft experience highly preferred
  • Thorough knowledge of English grammar, punctuation, spelling and the ability to articulate clearly in both written and oral form
  • Ability to maintain cooperative working relationships
  • Ability to accept and profit from constructive feedback
  • Ability to problem-solve in interactions with others as well as to learn, apply, and explain complex policies and procedures
  • Ability to demonstrate or quickly acquire a thorough understanding of campus policies, procedures, general department standards and practices and resources
  • Ability to work inclusively with diverse populations including students, faculty, staff, administrators, parents, families and other members of the campus and broader community
  • Ability to work well both independently and collaboratively as required based on department and project needs
  • Cover Letter (attach as first page of resume)
  • Online Employment Application (complete entire application, resume/cover letter will not substitute for any part of the application)
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Senior Family Support Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provides direct outreach to the families to coordinate face-to-face evaluations and assessments for their child. Assists families with understanding the treatment process, service choices, treatment plan participation, goal attainment and transitions in care
  • Helps families identify their strengths so they can effectively engage themselves while their child is in their care
  • Builds family and youth expertise through ensuring opportunities for direct feedback, coaching, and role modeling. Researches and responds to open questions and unresolved issues for team members
  • Serves as a bridge to ensure that family and providers understand each other`s perspective and information
  • Assists family members in understanding their support plan and associated services; provides peer-to-peer support and education to families who have questions, concerns or specific needs related to behavioral health and their behavioral health relationship to Magellan, DCF, DOE, and DJJ
  • Participates as part of the Care Coordination Team for focused care coordination
  • Identifies, tracks and monitors performance of child-serving organizations and Wraparound Agencies including identifying strengths and opportunities for development of family and youth activities within stakeholder organizations. Performs data collection and analysis of trends
  • Develops and/or disseminates relevant materials to educate the community about recovery and person centered models of interventions
  • Maintains documentation of contacts and activities
  • Serves as an ambassador for the family support specialist program internally and within the community
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Perinatal Family Support Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provide clinical social assessment and intervention including post-discharge plan, as indicated
  • Perform duties related to daily triage process for department
  • Perform assessment to gather information related to patient’s emotional and cognitive status, current and/or historic mental health concerns, perception of diagnosis of self and/or fetus/neonate, coping skills, support system and financial status
  • Provide socio-emotional and environmental support services, referring to community resources, as needed
  • Consistently compose and enter accurate, concise, thorough and timely notes in electronic medical record
  • Masters level degree from accredited institution in social work, counseling, or other behavioral health science
  • LSW, LCSW, PsyD, PhD-Clinical or equivalent
  • Two years clinical experience required, 3-5 preferred
  • Two or more years of experience with high-risk, at-risk pregnant women and families, preferred
  • Knowledge of the developmental needs of the neonate to one month
  • Knowledge of the needs and strengths of the adult and teen maternity patient, perinatal loss, and in-patient pediatric patients
  • EMR/EPIC experience preferred
  • Strong team player
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Administrative Coordinator Mission & Family Support Services Resume Examples & Samples

  • College level coursework or advanced training
  • Minimum of two years progressive office and/or program delivery experience
  • Use of personal computer based software for word processing and spreadsheets
  • Able to manipulate standard computer programs for generation of data and reports, and to utilize computerized web based systems
  • AK State driver’s license and auto insurance in accordance with Alaska law
  • Additional course work in clerical sciences and personal computer classes
  • One-year experience in a medical setting with experience in medical terminology
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Perinatal Family Support Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Perform clinical psychosocial assessment and/or crisis intervention related to patient’s emotional and cognitive status, current and/or historic mental health concerns, perception of diagnosis of self and/or fetus/neonate, coping skills, support system and financial status
  • Post-discharge planning, as indicated
  • Bi-lingual Spanish skills helpful, but not required
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Program Director Family Support Center Resume Examples & Samples

  • Minimum of two (2) years Supervisory experience required
  • Experience with Early Head Start regulations and all aspects of Early Head Start programming
  • Experience with operating/directing Home Visiting program
  • Experience with data management and reporting requirements for all grant funded programs
  • Experience with preparing and operating multiple funding sources and large budgets
  • He/She must understand and be committed to the overall philosophy of Family Support
  • He/She must successfully meet the requirements of Maryland Family Network and Family League of Baltimore to successfully complete a criminal history check completed by Maryland State Police
  • Have current medical evaluation, including a tuberculosis screen within six months before employment
  • Solid communication, organizational, planning, and problem solving skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to relate to individuals who may not share common value system or belief
  • Experience working with low-income families, youth, survivors of domestic violence, populations impacted by substance abuse, mental illness, and other diverse communities
  • Creative and knowledgeable about community resources
  • Model appropriate interaction with young children and parents
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Family Services Program Support Administrator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Plans new or revises existing programs based on an analysis and evaluation of data; Plans, organizes and conducts needs assessments in a diverse range of program areas; Develops data collection instruments
  • Works with community resources, organizations and other interested groups to develop service programs to meet needs
  • Develops RFP's reviews program proposals and submits recommendations to superior; Develops agreements for approved bids
  • Provides technical assistance to community-based organizations and private agencies to enable them to improve service delivery
  • Develops criteria for evaluating program performance as well as reporting systems and record keeping formats; Monitors programs contracted to private agencies including conducting on-site reviews of contractors to evaluate methods of operation, staffing and compliance with program goals and budgetary constraints; Makes recommendations for corrective actions
  • Consults with public and private agency administrators to evaluate the preliminary results of projects, identify problems and deficiencies and reformulate specific objectives to be accomplished
  • Prepares a variety of reports including but not limited to statistical analysis and program assessments as well as those mandated by federal and state regulations
  • Represents the unit, division or department on committees and tasks forces to coordinate existing or proposed services; recommends on the need for new programs to meet current community needs and effectiveness of existing/proposed program objectives, policies and procedures in meeting client needs
  • May supervise staff engaged in data collection, analysis and record keeping functions
  • May assist in compilation of statistics for division or department budget preparation
  • Possession of a Bachelors degree or higher in Behavioral or Social Science or related field
  • Six months experience in narrative report writing
  • Knowledge of contract management and control such as ensuring compliance with terms of contracts; negotiating changes to existing contracts
  • Knowledge of health or human services program administration such as overseeing and directing the development, implementation and evaluation of health or human services programs and services; planning and establishing short and long range program goals and objectives. Providing advice to other agency organizational units through consultation
  • Knowledge of grant management and control which includes monitoring and evaluating grant expenditures
  • Knowledge of developing policies or procedures
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Family Academic Support Liaison Resume Examples & Samples

  • Facilitates 1:1 training/support and provide academic resources to help parents on best practices for working with their children to improve their student’s academic achievement
  • Promotes the importance of communication between teachers and parents/students on an ongoing basis with referred parents and students
  • Collaborates with the teachers, parents, students, administrators, and other AZVA staff to ascertain students’ academic needs and create a plan for improvement
  • Provides research-based strategies to give students and parents of students the necessary skills and knowledge to help them communicate effectively with teachers, administrators, and all educators in order to build a partnership to impact student achievement
  • Provides technical assistance relating to parental involvement as needed on the school level
  • Works with families in the learning environment of the student to facilitate academic success
  • Previous experience as a Learning Coach, academic advisor, or in community outreach
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Asso Director, Family Support & Clinical Care Resume Examples & Samples

  • Lead, train and manage Family Care Specialists in territory (i.e. training, goal setting, accountabilities, approving PTO requests, performance reviews, etc.)
  • Attend clinic in home market regularly and other territory clinics on a quarterly or semiannual basis
  • Maintain and grows relationships with MDA Care Centers/host institutions in territory; organizes clinic team meetings in collaboration with regional Director of Family Support & Clinical Care
  • Work with local stakeholders on MDA’s National Advocacy Initiatives
  • Work with local families to provide local educational advocacy for families by providing support to educators, IEP plans and classroom education
  • Staff lead on larger educational events for families (Muscle Summits and other)
  • Ensure effective training about and implementation of clinical, education, summer camp, transition and family engagement programs
  • In collaboration with district teams, assists in recruitment of families for Muscle Walk
  • Co-direct at least one camp session annually (requires overnight stays at camp for up to one week)
  • Assist with camp planning/prep (such as medical staff and counselor recruitment; informing families at clinic)
  • Oversee the budget and annual planning for districts in the territory
  • Responsible to oversee coverage during Family Care Specialist vacancies & PTO
  • Establish and maintain effective partnership with Divisional Directors and Executive Directors throughout territory
  • An undergraduate degree in a social services or health-related field is preferred. Advanced degree in a related field is desired
  • Previous experience in voluntary health organizations or related field strongly preferred
  • Successful track record in strategic planning, program implementation, consensus building and relationship building
  • Previous management experience preferred
  • Experience in supporting Division/District offices in their development efforts
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Bus Ops Support Asst Family Resume Examples & Samples

  • Obtain knowledge to effectively and efficiently process Damage by Outside Party (DOP) work packets within allotted timeframe
  • Develop a level of understanding and become a subject matter expert for DOP reporting as it relates to statutes of limitations and Risk Management requirements and expectations
  • Respond to insurance company inquiries and subpoena requests
  • Maintain a Performance Metric to adequately and accurately monitor field performance in submitting work packets
  • Provide training to field personnel responsible for submitting DOPs and to establish a positive rapport with them. Facilitate Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) related reporting of such items as Inactive Work Orders requiring an understanding of the Work Order Suspension policy. This includes monthly monitoring of work orders, monitoring field responses, being able to identify and flag any work orders that may need to be escalated. This successful candidate will also meet with Executive Management for a quarterly report out and approval
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Family Academic Support Specialist Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provides 1:1 guidance and support for students and parents of students who are experiencing academic difficulty in mathematics, English/language arts/writing, science, and social studies; Assists in developing an academic remediation (Back on Track) plan for parent and student to follow and provide ongoing support towards completion of plan
  • Confers with teachers and parents for the purpose of assisting in evaluating student progress and/or implementing student objectives
  • Works with staff in encouraging parents 1:1 participation in school activities
  • Maintains accurate documentation of student performance, progress, needs, and academic supports provided
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel; Web proficiency
  • Ability to travel 25% of time for meetings, professional development, etc.at times by car, within state
  • Ability to pass background check requirements
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Family Academic Support Liaison Resume Examples & Samples

  • Maintains a caseload of referred families receiving new referrals weekly; Maintains detailed documentation on each student in both the OLS; Completes a weekly dashboard reflecting the status of each assigned case; Makes home visits as necessary to work with families in supporting student engagement
  • Provides guidance and support for students and families experiencing academic difficulty in mathematics, English/language arts/writing, science, and social studies
  • Collaborates with the family engagement team, counselors, teachers, parents, administrators, and other school staff to ascertain students’ academic needs and create a plan for improvement
  • Confers with teachers, parents and/or appropriate community agency personnel for the purpose of assisting in evaluating student progress and/or implementing student objectives
  • Works with the school staff to present school-wide academic events, parent workshops and other activities identified by the Family Academic Support Lead and Title I Coordinator for the purpose of ensuring quality delivery of services
  • Provides research-based strategies to give parents the necessary skills and knowledge to help them communicate effectively with teachers, counselors, and all educators in order to build a partnership to impact student achievement
  • Educates parents to recognize the need for healthy home/school relationships
  • Works with referred families by performing such activities as
  • Meets with Staff and Learning Coaches via web conferencing when needed
  • Helps facilitate weekly meetings with the Family Support Liaison team to offer support and instruction on assigned cases
  • Helps plan and implement online and in-person parent training and workshops as needed
  • Helps with overflow of Family Support Team (FST) Tracker in specific grade levels when necessary
  • Takes on extra responsibilities such as calling about USA Test prep, NWEA MAP and M-STEP reminders
  • Working knowledge of K12 and Insight School of Michigan
  • Ability to travel 30% of time for home visits, meetings, professional development, etc
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Family Academic Support Liason Resume Examples & Samples

  • Support new and returning students through the Strong Start process, including
  • Assignments to Strong Start students from day 1 of Enrollment Approval
  • Support all elements of completion of Strong Start tasks
  • Communication Efforts (email/kmail)
  • Follow up on non-completion items
  • Welcome calls (in conjunction with homeroom teacher)
  • Facilitate orientation session
  • Hold open office hours – Strong Start element completion focus
  • Provide 1:1 guidance and support for parents who have students experiencing academic difficulty in mathematics, English/language arts/writing, science, and social studies. Assist in developing an academic remediation (Back on Track) plan for parent and student to follow and provide ongoing support towards completion of plan
  • Facilitate 1:1 training/support and provide academic resources to help parents on best practices for working with their children to improve their student’s academic achievement
  • Promote the importance of communication between teachers and parents on an ongoing basis with referred parents and students
  • Collaborate with the teachers, parents, administrators, and other school staff to ascertain students’ academic needs and create a plan for improvement
  • Confer with teachers and parents for the purpose of assisting in evaluating student progress and/or implementing student objectives
  • Work with the school staff to present school-level academic events, parent workshops and other activities for the purpose of ensuring quality delivery of services
  • Provide research-based strategies to give parents the necessary skills and knowledge to help them communicate effectively with teachers, administrators, and all educators in order to build a partnership to impact student achievement
  • Educate parents to recognize the need for healthy home/school relationships and the DOE Six Requirements on Building Capacity
  • Work with staff in encouraging parents 1:1 to participate in school activities
  • Provide technical assistance relating to parental involvement as needed on the school level
  • Maintain accurate documentation of student performance, progress, needs, and academic supports
  • Family Engagement Coordinator (FEC) and Compliance Liaison (CL) duties will apply for our smaller schools
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Family Support Program Manager Resume Examples & Samples

  • Provides management oversight, technical assistance and support to Children’s Trust Family Support program staff
  • Works closely with other senior-level management to develop and implement the SAFE Child Communities initiative
  • Oversees the development and implementation of Parent Partnership and Leadership activities
  • Oversees the management of all Family Support program activities, including the integration of protective factors in all programs
  • Working closely with other senior-level management, provides overall management of the agency including budget development, participation in strategic planning process, and sets policies and procedures affecting the Program Unit and the agency as a whole
  • Evaluates staff, develops professional development activities and improvement plans, and provides recommendations for disciplinary action when warranted
  • Ensures that lead agencies fulfill/implement program contracts in a thorough, intended manner
  • Offers lead agencies proper and necessary technical assistance, support, corrective action if needed
  • Works with and provides support to approximately 30 community family service agencies across Massachusetts on a regular basis
  • Advanced Degree preferred – disciplines in Social Work, Education, Child Development, Early Childhood
  • At least 4 years’ experience working in Family Support, Child Development, Early Childhood or Social Work field
  • At least 4 years supervisory experience preferred
  • Demonstrated ability to manage staff
  • Excellent knowledge of and dedication to Family Support practice
  • Demonstrated knowledge and skill of working with men/fathers specific to their parenting/caregiving roles
  • Knowledge and experience in conducting/coordinating evaluation activities of programs that serve families
  • Strong organizational skills and ability to manage multiple tasks
  • Willingness and ability (valid MA driver’s license) to travel across state
  • Flexible to meet changing demands and ability to respond changing priorities quickly
  • Ability to work in fact paced office environment
  • Ability to work in Senior Staff Team and Organizational Team environment