The Deamer Group is currently in search of a Part Time Education Coordinator for our non-profit client in San Francisco. If you are compassionate, resourceful and driven to help those with disabilities, then we would like to talk to you! This is a part-time, permanent position. Qualified candidates must submit a resume and cover letter for consideration. Please review the full description for details.
The Education Coordinator works under the direction of the Director of Education Programs providing resources to support children with disabilities and special health care needs. They are the first point of contact for traditionally underserved families, going out into the community creating outreach events and community programming. They play a vital role educating families about policies, laws, trainings, and other opportunities which help to better support their children and families.
The Education Coordinator must remain up to date on the latest developments in the field of support for children with disabilities. They must be comfortable providing trainings and working with diverse populations.
- Collaborate with fellow Education Coordinators and colleagues across the organization to design and deliver trainings as outlined in FEC, Disparity, Family Support, CPRC/PTI Grants
- Create and implement a community outreach plan to meet outreach deliverables are met and attendance goals are reached for trainings
- Create and maintain an up-to-date system of CBO contacts, participating in community events, maintaining satellite sites and creating outreach material
- Update trainings to reflect developments in the field and identify opportunities for program growth and development
- Ensure training evaluations are collected and grant targets are met with regards to evaluation responses
- Proactively address program challenges that arise
- Provide families with linkages to SFCD services
- Perform other related duties as assigned or requested
Support for Families of Children with Disabilities is a nonprofit organization founded in 1982. Its mission is to provide support for families of children with disabilities and other special health care needs. The organization supports through partnership, resource development, education, and advocacy. By providing support to families and the professionals who support them they attempt to ensure well-being through informed decision making.
- High school diploma or equivalent (bachelor's degree preferred)
- Fluent bilingual English/Cantonese-language skills (spoken and written)
- Awareness of issues impacting families with family members with disabilities (or lived experience of having a family member who has disabilities) strongly preferred
- Prior work or volunteer experience with group facilitation and working directly with families in a social service setting
- Experienced in creating and presenting presentations
- Experience talking with the public and forming community partners
- Willingness to adapt and learn new skills
- Comfortable working as part of a team and able to ask for support as needed
We review every resume that is received. Unfortunately, we are unable to respond to every candidate. It usually takes one to two weeks for us to review your application. All applications will remain on file for consideration for future opportunities. Thank you in advance for your application!
The Deamer Group is an equal opportunity employer with a goal of recruiting a diverse workforce to meet the hiring needs of our clients.