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About Communities In Schools of North Carolina

About Communities In Schools of North Carolina: At Communities In Schools, we are “all-in” for kids. It is our passion– it is our mission. In North Carolina, 1 in 5 children under the age of 18 live in poverty leading to challenges outside the classroom that stand in the way of success inside the classroom. Communities In Schools works directly inside schools, building one-on-one relationships that empower students to succeed at school and in life. As the North Carolina State Office for Communities In Schools, we collaborate with 21 local affiliate organizations and deliver direct programs across the state. We make sure young people have the tools they need to succeed at school and transition successfully into continuing education and careers. We achieve our mission by hiring bright, creative, and innovative team members who have a passion for what we do.  At CISNC, we value relationships, collaboration, learning, integrity and commitment.

Learn more at www.cisnc.org, and stay connected with CISNC on FacebookTwitter and Instagram.

Check here regularly for opportunities to work with the wonderful students, families and communities of our state.

Youth Success Coach

The Youth Success Coach with Communities In Schools of North Carolina will primarily work with youth located at the Youth Development Centers in Concord and Siler City to help ensure a smooth transition back to their home community.  The Youth Success Coach will case manage a multi-phased support structure for youth returning to the home, school, and community from a Youth Development Center.  The YSC will participate in pre-release planning with the YDC transition team, which will develop a support and intervention plan that will follow the youth while in the YDC and after transition out of placement.  Prior to release, the YSC will work with families and schools to prepare a successful reentry plan / strategy. YSC will work primarily in the Youth Development Center with staff and families, attending service planning meetings for each student at least once per month. Post-release, the YSC will work with other YSCs to transition them back to their home community.  In addition, the YSC will support the youth and family’s therapeutic services as recommended by the risk/needs assessment, as facilitated by Juvenile Court Counselors. 

Specifically, the YSC will encourage academic, physical, and social-emotional growth; discourage involvement in gang or anti-social activities and offer school-based opportunities for engagement in pro-social/positive activities that promote cognitive and behavioral change in all settings.  

For more information, YouthSuccessCoach

 

The Student Support Specialist in Eastlawn Elementary in Alamance County is a high impact role in an individual school.  The SSS will identify and assess the needs of identified youth (case managed students), while coordinating tiered interventions and supports to the whole school population using the Communities in Schools Model. The SSS will build constructive working relationships through teamwork, cooperation, mutual respect, and will relate well with students, school staff, multiple stakeholders and community partners.  The successful SSS will develop a comprehensive School Support Plan, noting interventions and supports using our model of Attendance, Behavior, Coursework + Parent/Family Engagement (ABC+P). 

The ideal applicant will demonstrated passion and commitment to students, families and the community.  An awareness and strong concern for the needs of children, youth and their families is desired.

For more information and to submit a cover letter along with a resume to Student Support Specialist

 

Executive Director

The Executive Director with Communities In Schools of High Point is the leader and chief spokesperson for the organization. The successful Executive Director will represent the organization to the community and foster a good relationship and image among our stakeholders (school districts, community partners, etc.), clients and general public.  The Executive Director creates a culture of partnership between Board and staff based on genuine trust and respect for each other.  As the Executive Director this person ensures financial policies and the implementation of fundraising plans to secure  funding.   In addition, the ED coordinates and manages deliverables for all grant/funding opportunities.  The Executive Director oversees recruiting, evaluating, administering employee benefits to our High Point team. 

The successful candidate will possess knowledge of nonprofit financial statements, budgeting process and accounting procedures.  As well as have strong leadership, organizational and analytical abilities with demonstrated decision making experience.   Experience managing at least 3 or more employees is desired.  A Bachelor’s degree (Master’s preferred) in public administration, education, social services, business or related field is required.  Five to seven years demonstrated successful leadership and management in nonprofit/education/business or related environment including management of budgets is required.  

Please submit a cover letter along with a resume to Cisofhighpoint@cisofhighpoint.com