The Chicago Public Schools (CPS) has set ambitious goals to ensure that every child—in every school and e v ery neighborhood—has access to a world-class learning experience from birth, resulting in graduation from high school college- and career-ready.
- The Network Comprehensive Service Coordinators (CSC's) provide technical assistance to network and school staff around health and social services, and parent eng ag ement. These staff members are assigned to the network offices,
- Assists networks in developing plans to support parents with individualized short-and long-term goals and in
- accomplishing them.
- Serve as a liaison to networks organizing child and family records, including but not limited to, family files.
- Attends monthly staff and management meetings.
- Identifies community agencies and resources which provide services to networks and families, establishing and maintaining cooperative relationships with them.
- Ensures network and school staff deliver social service, emergency and non-emergency services, directly or through referrals to families.
- Support networks with creating a system to respond to child absences and ensure child safety by visiting or calling the
- parents, according to procedures.
- Support networks with creating accurate, reports as requested
- Monitor networks to ensure child health, mental health, and family engagement supports are effectively implemented.
- Performs other duties, as requested.
In order to be successful and achieve the above respon si bilities, the Comprehensive Service Assistants must possess the
Type of Education Required: - Bachelors Degree in Social Service field
Type of Experience and Number of Years: - Minimum 2-5 years experience working in the field of child and family enga g ement
Residency Requirement: As a condition of employment with the Chicago Public Schools (CPS), employees are required to live within the geographic boundaries of the City of Chicago within six months of his or her CPS hire date and maintain residency throughout their employment with the district.