PPS-SF Job Posting: African American Community Outreach Coordinator
Parents for Public Schools of San Francisco is hiring an African American Community Outreach Coordinator.
TITLE: African American Community Outreach Coordinator
LOCATION: San Francisco, CA
REPORTS TO: Director of Programs
HOURS: This is a 75% time position; approximately 30 hours a week. Evening work required.
COMPENSATION: Competitive salary dependent upon experience, health benefits, cell phone reimbursement, and generous vacation time are included.
The African American Community Outreach Coordinator (OC) impacts the engagement of San Francisco families in the African American community by educating, engaging, and connecting parents, families and community members in support of improving San Francisco's public education system. The African American Community OC’s priority is supporting parents, families and community members to become active agents for excellent education opportunities for all children in San Francisco's public schools.
The African American Community OC will work primarily in two areas:
1. Enrollment: Educate parents on how to navigate the SFUSD student assignment process for elementary (kindergarten-5), middle and high school.
2. Family Engagement: Strengthen family-school partnerships through the facilitation of PPS-SF's program activities such as school governance presentations, parent leadership clubs and one-on-one coaching.
The African American Community OC will report to and work closely with the Director of Programs to set and execute program strategies and goals within the areas of PPS-SF's Enrollment, Family Engagement, and Policy Programs.
For more details on job description, experience required, and how to apply, please see the following link:
PPS-SF does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations.