The Program & Curriculum Coach (PCC) is responsible for expanding SJLI’s capacity by assisting in the delivery of the Urban Scholars program and directly supporting both on-site school instructors and students in the program. The Program & Curriculum Coach will work under the supervision of SJLI's Educational Equity Programs Director and will be instrumental in ensuring program continuity, providing ongoing program development with the school site teachers, support fellow staff members in working toward achievement of individual students’ academic outcomes, and maintaining data on program milestones and benchmarks. This position will work both remotely and in person at SJLI's main office and when necessary, various school sites throughout Los Angeles County.
- Provides essential support for Urban Scholars program delivery at school sites
- Develop, maintain and update an Urban Scholars Program Implementation Calendar
- Assists with coaching of Urban Scholars curriculum to on-site school instructors
- Supports team members who are conducting individual students at school sites with wrap-around support including counseling, referrals to services and other activities
- Provide operational and administrative support to the Educational Equity Programs Manager
- Plans and coordinates college tours and other field trips
- Assists with Urban Scholars intake application process
- Communicates with on-site school site instructors regarding program area needs
- Plans and coordinates school site and community events
- Communicates with on-site school teachers, students, school staff and parents to ensure the effectiveness of the program
- Identifies guest speakers and other special guests in support of Urban Scholars curriculum units and lesson plans
- Track program outcomes by entering student data using various online and information mechanisms
- Track individual student progress by reviewing grades and transcripts
- Consistently collect and organize program data into reports.
- Analyze student and program data
- Provide administrative support for at the assigned school sites
- Demonstrated commitment to the mission and values of the Social Justice Learning Institute
- Experience with databases, analysis and generating reports
- Highly organized, resourceful and self-motivated with exceptional time management and problem-solving skills
- Ability to work both independently and as part of a team, and to serve as a conduit for information to and from other members
- An entrepreneurial spirit, a creative mind, and a positive attitude
- Exceptional interpersonal, written and oral communication skills
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office required
- Can work independently, are extremely organized, punctual and can complete tasks on time.
To be determined upon hiring.
Once you apply, someone from our team will be in touch to let you know how to apply to SJLI's internal systems and prepare for interviewing.