R20S Family Liaison/Spanish Bilingual/Fairmont Elementary School

San Francisco Unified School District - COE San Francisco, CA
R20S Family Liaison/Spanish Bilingual/Fairmont Elementary School


San Francisco Unified School District - COE

Date Posted:



Luis Rodriguez


Number Openings: (At time of posting)


Length of Work Year:

2018-2019 School Year

Employment Type:

Part Time

Application Deadline:

Until Filled


Beginning Salary $25.23/hr

Date Posted:

7/11/2018 Application Deadline:

Until Filled Employment Type:

Part Time Length of Work Year:

2018-2019 School Year Salary:

Beginning Salary $25.23/hr Number Openings: (At time of posting)

1 Contact: Luis Rodriguez Email: rodriguezl2@sfusd.edu Phone: 415-695-5669

Job Description / Essential Elements: Print

R20 Family Liaison[1]

Position Description: Under the direction of the Student, Family and Community Support Department, the Family Liaison supports and advocates for families by enlisting family engagement in student academic success; by working with families in identifying and achieving academic goals; by accessing support services; by developing training opportunities and facilitating positive family, school and SFUSD relationships and communication. The Family Liaison creates authentic and diverse involvement opportunities for all families to contribute to their school community.

Schedule: There are part-time positions (20 hours) and full-time positions (40 hours). Please note that some evenings and weekend work may be required to support family workshops, school wide activities or district events.

Supervisor: The Family Liaison Program Manager will provide ongoing support in conjunction with Principals or Assistant Principals.

Essential Duties:

The Family Liaison develops and implements a comprehensive program to increase and improve family involvement in support of student education. The Family Liaison works to enlist and engage culturally and linguistically diverse family groups in program activities with a primary focus on historically underrepresented communities.

The duties of this classification include:

* Help the school community develop a family-friendly school climate amongst staff, students and families.

* Develop programs and activities designed to engage families in improving student achievement.

* Support staff and families to develop strong academic partnerships.

* Enhance communication between families, school and the district.

* Develop and implement effective family involvement strategies to empower families as key decision makers in school governance committees such as: School Site Council & English Learner Advisory Council.

* Coordinate and support school wide governance council and committees.

* Promote and participate in school/ district activities and programs for families.

* Recruit partners to become part of the school's family involvement program.

* Organize, implement, coordinate and present family education workshops and training sessions.

* Prepare and disseminate newsletters and other school communication materials for school communities.

* Develop volunteer activities at school site, including coordinating family leaders, room parents, volunteers, etc.

* Collect and evaluate the data of family involvement activities.

* Provide support resources and referrals to families as needed.

* Prepare monthly family engagement plans and maintain records on program activities.

* Maintain monthly Data Director log with focal families at school site.

* Attend monthly professional development sessions which are organized and led by central office.

* Report monthly activities and goals to school staff and community partners.


Education and Experience:

* Four (4) years of college-level coursework. (30 semester units or 45 quarter units equal one year); and

* Two (2) years of verifiable experience (one year = 285 hours) of paid or volunteer work in the community with culturally, ethnically and socio-economically diverse population of parents of public school students. Such experience should include programing or activities planning and coordination and parent education.


Additional qualifying work experience i.e. working with students at school sites, may be used to substitute for up to two years of qualifying education on a year-for-year basis. (30 semester units or 45-quarter units equal one year).


* Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with staff and community in a multi-ethnic educational environment.

* Develop and maintain good working relationships with school staff, parents and the general public.

* Demonstrate computer literacy.

* Prepare accurate, concise data and materials.

* Read, understand and apply a variety of district policies, rules and regulations.

* Act quickly and with mature judgement.

* De-escalate conflict amongst students, staff and families.

* Meet deadlines of work assignment schedules.

* Interact daily with members of school staff and parents and possess comfortable interpersonal skills and cooperative attitudes.

10. Consistent attendance is required.

11. Convey an understanding, patient attitude toward other staff, students and parents.

12. Maintain the privacy of confidential information.

Desirable Qualifications: (different for specific languages)

* Bilingual & bi-literate in Spanish, Chinese, Tagalog or Samoan

* College level education or equivalent work experience

[1] Please note that Family Liaison replaces the position formerly known as Parent Liaison

Requirements for Applying

* Resume

Requirements for Applying

* Resume

Fairmont Elementary School at 65 Chenery Street, 94131; 20 hours per week;Spanish bilingual position; medical/dental benefits are includedIf you have any questions, please contact Luis Rodriguez at 415-695-5669Non-Discrimination PolicySan Francisco Unified School District programs, activities, and practices shall be free from unlawful discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based on actual or perceived race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or gender expression; or on the basis of a person's association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. This policy extends to San Francisco County Office of Education, including community school programs and activities.The Superintendent prohibits sexual harassment of San Francisco Unified School District and County Office of Education employees and job applicants, as well as retaliatory behavior or action against employees or other persons who complain, testify, or otherwise participate in the complaint process established pursuant to this policy and administrative regulation.Contact the Title IX Coordinator for Nondiscrimination listed below for information: Name: Keasara (Kiki) WilliamsEmail: williamsk3@sfusd.eduTelephone: 415-355-7334Name: Greg JohnEmail: johnr@sfusd.eduTelephone: 415-241-6101


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