School Community Liaison Aide

Moreno Valley Unified School District Moreno Valley , CA 92551

Posted 6 days ago

School Community Liaison Aide

Employer:

Moreno Valley Unified School District

Date Posted:
4/11/2019

Contact:

Grant Leggette II

Number Openings: (At time of posting)
1

Length of Work Year:

Academic Year

Employment Type:

Part Time

Application Deadline:
4/18/2019 4:00 PM Pacific

Salary:

$17.77 per hour - $23.89 per hour

Date Posted: 4/11/2019 Application Deadline: 4/18/2019 4:00 PM Pacific Employment Type: Part Time Length of Work Year:

Academic Year Salary: $17.77 per hour - $23.89 per hour Number Openings: (At time of posting) 1 Contact: Grant Leggette II Email: gleggette@mvusd.net Phone:

Job Description / Essential Elements: Print

Definition: Under general supervision conducts home visitations and generally provides a broad range of liaison duties between the school and community; assists parents in understanding school procedures, programs and goals and assists the school in maintaining contact and communication with the parents it serves; to do related work as may be required.

Examples of Duties Contacts parents at their homes, in person or by phone, obtaining information about students which will help teachers and provide information to the parents about the school and its policies and programs; informs parents of child's progress and problems; promotes a positive relationship between home, school, and community; makes referrals to community agencies for needs relating to welfare, housing, family counseling and employment; assists the school nurse in conducting home visits, health screening programs, immunization follow-up; processes and verifies information required for various Federal, State, and District surveys and reports; encourages parental school involvement and promotes attendance and participation in workshops, meetings, and advisory committees, assists in verification of attendance records, posts attendance records from Master Attendance cards to Attendance Gathering Reports; assists parents with applications for services and transportation to appointments; maintains records of home visits and referrals made; takes home children who become ill or for other reasons cannot remain at school; attends a variety of meetings during and after working hours; may perform a variety of related clerical and typing duties. Knowledge and Abilities Knowledge of: Basic principles of public education systems, intercultural programs and relationships, and child growth, development and behavioral patterns; community resources related to children and parental needs; local school district and its educational goals and objectives.

Ability to: Maintain and establish effective personal relationships with children, parents, teachers, and other school district personnel; understand and interpret school programs and policies; counsel and reassure parents and to encourage their participation in school activities; speak before school related groups; communicate in the language of the community; exercise leadership in integrating child-school relationships; organize individual or group programs; explain, confer, mediate, or train as appropriate to situations presented; follow methods and procedural guidelines; maintain efficient office operations; prepare reports. Education and Experience Education:

High School Diploma or equivalent. Special Requirements Licenses: Possession of a valid California Driver's License Automobile:

Incumbents may be required to furnish a car and be willing to drive in the performance of duties. Bilingual: Ability to read, write, and translate Spanish or other non-English language may be required for some positions

Requirements for Applying

Copy of HS diploma or transcripts showing graduation date or copy of GED Certificate, or copy of college transcripts verifying a BA/AA award date.

  • Proof of a passing test score for School Community Liaison Aide with Moreno Valley Unified School District, dated within the last 12 months, MUST be attached to this application in order to bypass the testing process for this position.

  • COPIES OF DOCUMENTS SUBMITTED MUST BE LEGIBLE. * PROOF OF EDUCATION MUST BE ATTACHED TO EDJOIN APPLICATION.

  • Proof of HS Graduation (*COPIES OF DOCUMENTS SUBMITTED MUST BE LEGIBLE.)

Requirements for Applying

Copy of HS diploma or transcripts showing graduation date or copy of GED Certificate, or copy of college transcripts verifying a BA/AA award date.

  • Proof of a passing test score for School Community Liaison Aide with Moreno Valley Unified School District, dated within the last 12 months, MUST be attached to this application in order to bypass the testing process for this position.

  • COPIES OF DOCUMENTS SUBMITTED MUST BE LEGIBLE. * PROOF OF EDUCATION MUST BE ATTACHED TO EDJOIN APPLICATION.

  • Proof of HS Graduation (*COPIES OF DOCUMENTS SUBMITTED MUST BE LEGIBLE.)

  • To see details of the Job Description and Requirements for this posting, please click on "View Other Job Desc." or "Links Related to this Job".

  • Proof of a passing test score for School Community Liaison Aide with Moreno Valley Unified School District, dated within the last 12 months, MUST be attached to this application in order to bypass the testing process for this position. Prior to employment, all applicants are subject to a fingerprint clearance through the Department of Justice (DOJ) and a fee for processing.

    Authorization of employment will not be granted until the fingerprint clearance from DOJ has been accepted. CURRENT EMPLOYEES SHALL REMAIN IN A POSITION FOR AT LEAST ONE (1) YEAR FROM THE BEGINNING DATE OF AN INITIAL PROBATION OR PROMOTIONAL PROBATIONARY PERIOD (PER CONTRACT, ARTICLE 15).

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Moreno Valley Unified School District