The Title I Coordinator is responsible for monitoring the expenditure of Title I funds to include planning, organizing, administering, directing and accounting for the operation of the Title I Program. The coordinator will work with Heads of Schools and Deans to facilitate the program.
Status: Full-time, salaried
Anticipated employment Period:
Benefits: Ohio SERS and Health Coverage
Employment is conditional upon the completion of criminal/background check(s) as required by the State of Ohio and by I CAN SCHOOLS Board of Directors with acceptable results.
The Job Description and Performance Expectations found below will be subject to change depending on the ongoing needs of the Program.
Job Description and Performance Expectations
- Demonstrates a proficiency in Microsoft Office, particularly Word, Excel and Outlook
- Coordinate a Network wide Title I plan with Administrative Heads of Schools/Deans
- Develop building budgets with HOS/Deans for the Program
- Monitor the expenditure funds for the Title I program
- Participates in State Title I sponsored events in order to receive a certificate to renew the coordinator credentials
- Attend training as appropriate for the Title Program
- Plans and conducts in-service meetings for all Title I personnel and principals when necessary regarding Title I program requirements. Obtains and gives guidance on approved ways to meet with requirements.
- Assists Title I schools and principals. Distributes, collects and grades tests used to provide scores for students who didn't participate in district-wide testing.
- Provide staff training to all necessary individuals on the logistics of the Title Program
- Ability to read, analyze, and interpret state and federal statutes, regulations, law, policy, guidance and issues. Ability to effectively present information regarding all aspects of the Title I program to the school community and parents. Ability to prepare and write reports and plan and present in-service programs.
- Identifies schools designated for Title I School Improvement. Confers with principals and other stakeholders regarding requirements and timelines necessary. Attend all Saturday School sessions
- Complies and maintains written records and reports on results of the Title I program and disseminates this information to the appropriate individuals
- Assist in EMIS and SOES funding database reporting
- Maintains accurate running records on all Title I participants and track progress and growth
- Coordinates the collection of data required to complete all Title I reports. Researches and prepares all reports including the Annual Performance Report and the Comparability Report. Organizes and directs the collection of Title I data required for EMIS reporting.
- Serves as the contact person and provides documentation and data requested for the state auditor's review of Title I. Coordinates preparation, collection and organization of required documentation to be reviewed during the annual state onsite Title I Program Review. Works cooperatively with CFO/Fiscal Officer in developing, submitting and implementing all required programs with all applicable parties.
- Articulates and Interprets Title I regulations/progress/growth in order to inform others within the Networks
- Coordinates the completion of the district application for all Title federal programs. Collects and assembles all data for Title programs and reports and determines building allocations and monitors compliance with all general assurances for the CCIP. Confers on an ongoing basis with Office of Education Reform and Federal Student Programs regarding interpretation and clarification of Title I issues.
- Attends monthly meeting with Executive Management team on compliance with the Title I Program.
- Supports Administrators, Executive Management team and the I CAN SCHOOLS Board of Directors
- Consistently meet deadlines for assigned tasks and projects while completing quality work
- Maintain punctuality in arrival to work on a daily basis
- Complete tasks and assignments with an in depth understanding of the intention of the task at hand
- Demonstrate overall effective customer service skills and professionalism
- Demonstrate an initiative to identify areas of need within daily operations and logistics and proactively seeks to improve and remediate these areas of need
- Demonstrate a “do whatever it takes” mentality and approach to the job including, but not limited to, dedicating time above and beyond to ensure tasks are completed to support the overall successful function of the school