Empowerment Project Intake & Credit Recovery Curriculum Specialist
General Description: Responsibilities will consist of carrying out all duties related to the Empowerment Project intake and follow-up activities. The Empowerment...
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Bowling Green, OhioWood County
Responsibilities will consist of carrying out all duties related to the Empowerment Project intake and follow-up activities. The Empowerment Project Intake Specialist will be required to work with Wood County youth ages 14 to 24. Additional responsibilities include implementing the Credit Recovery program. S/he will also work closely with others in the community including parents, school personnel, business owners, and WCESC and WCJFS administrators.
• The Empowerment Project Intake and Credit Recovery Specialist will be responsible for intake case management activities for youth involved in the Empowerment Project. This includes following all rules and policies put forth by the WCESC and the Ohio CCMEP grants, including required youth contact and follow-up.
• Complete and regularly update paperwork, documentation, and databases to document program activities as per WCESC and Ohio CCMEP grant requirements.
• Assist with communicating program services to recruit candidates who can benefit from the Empowerment Project.
• Score all Credit Recovery courses and generate transcripts.
• Deliver and pick up Credit Recovery materials to schools.
• Review courses to align to current Ohio learning standards.
• Maintain Credit Recovery records and payment documentation.
• Assist administrative assistant with billing and payment of Credit Recovery materials.
Other Duties and Responsibilities:
• Serve as a role model for youth in how to conduct themselves in a work environment.
• Foster a positive rapport with youth to be able to teach and encourage the development of essential employment related skills youth need to be successful.
• Conduct other duties as assigned by the supervisor, director, and superintendent.
Additional Working Conditions:
• Occasional exposure to blood, bodily fluids, and tissue
• Operation of a vehicle to get to and from meeting sites and schools, and perform other duties as required.
• Occasional interaction among unruly youth
- Bachelor degree in education field required
- Teachers license required
- Must have valid teaching or administrative license—Middle School, High School, Intervention Specialist or K-8
- Experience working with at-risk youth
- Must have a valid Driver’s License
- Successful background and FBI check
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