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FY 24 - Anticipated At-Risk Student Coordinator

Chicago Public Schools
The Loop, IL
Closing date
Jun 30, 2023

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Risk Management
Position Type
Employment Type
Organization Type
College / University

The At-Risk Student Coordinator has a portfolio of students who have been identified based on attendance, performance, and discipline challenges. The At-Risk Student Coordinator provides case management and support to students within their portfolio, builds high quality, supportive and challenging relationships, and connects with other adults in their life to help support holistic strategies for development and success. The At-Risk Student Coordinator utilizes strategies such as home visits, coordinating with classroom teachers and clinical professionals, familiarizing themselves with afterschool and out-of-school supports, etc., to develop a holistic understanding of students' learning, home, and social context. The At-Risk Student Coordinator

must be able to work with multiple stakeholders, independently build strong relationships among them and be self-directed in purpose while holding student achievement at the center. The At-Risk Student Coordinator

will review and analyze student-level data to understand and report on the effectiveness of interventions for students on their case load.

  • Case management for targeted students who have had behavior infractions or are referred including intakes, connecting students with appropriate support and intervention, ongoing follow up, and building relationships with students' families, teachers, and other stakeholders
  • Through home visits, relationship building at Manley, and other referral processes, identify, follow up with, and create intervention plans for students whose are not attending school
  • Case management and oversight of the re-entry process for all students who are returning to Manley from a suspension, home stay, or other long term leave of absence
  • Participation on the Clinical Care Team
  • Leadership role in meetings with security guards and other Advocate Associate to review individual students and make sure that interventions are impactful
  • Utilize data systems to track student performance, progress to goals, and to drive additional intervention recommendations

  • Bachelor's degree (BA) from a four-year college or university
  • Minimum 3 years experience working with young people and family members
  • Flexibility with evening hours
  • Experience taking initiative in complex environments and systems
  • Strong ability to build relationships with students, parents, and teachers
  • Experience and comfort having critical conversations with students that move them toward realistic goals and next steps
  • Detail oriented and data savvy
  • Able to maintain multiple, deep relationships with students and adults at one time.


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