Site Coordinator - Hoopeston Area High School

Application deadline:

Wednesday, March 3, 2021 - 12:20pm


Project Success of Vermilion County, Inc.


Site Coordinator will be responsible for creating, planning, managing, implementing, and evaluating dynamic out-of-school programs in Hoopeston. We are hiring for the following schools: Maple Elementary, Hoopeston Area Middle School, and Hoopeston Area High School.

Major responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:
• Work in partnership with school administration and staff to identify, recruit, and maintain participation of at-risk students in 21st Century programs.
• Development and coordination of out-of-school educational and enrichment programs, including:
o Recruitment, training, supervision, and evaluation of teachers and tutors
o Scheduling of programs, field trips, and use of onsite facilities and equipment
o Parent/Family programs that will provide additional opportunities for parents to become regularly involved in their children’s academic and social-emotional development
o Establishment of partnerships with local government, businesses, individuals, and other organizations to provide students with state of the art programming
o Collaboration with other extracurricular programs as much as possible
• Frequent communication with school administration and staff about student progress that includes weekly acquisition of student failure lists from teachers and/or guidance counselor.
• Contact with any failing student and his/her family to discuss benefits of program participation.
• Inform parents/guardians of individual student progress and participation through frequent contact (minimum of quarterly).
• Provide students, parents, administration and staff with a monthly program update and calendar of events at least one week prior to the start of the subsequent month.
• Conduct and assist in the completion of program evaluation and student progress in the following ways:
o Monitoring attendance, participation, academic and behavioral performance, and social-emotional development of participants
o Develop and conduct surveys of student, parents, and staff regarding ideas for and satisfaction with out-of-school programming
o Provide data and complete monthly, quarterly, annual and other reports as required by the agency and or funding streams
• Complete all trainings and participate in professional development opportunities provided for and or required by the agency.
• Comply with the Personnel Policy Manual.
• Other duties as assigned.


• Bachelor’s degree or three years of successful experience in the youth services field preferred but not required.
• Ability to lead and build strong interpersonal relationships with diverse groups of people, including: students, parents, staff, and program partners.
• Excellent organizational and communication skills (both oral and written).
• Experience with program design and implementation as well as mastery of basic computer software/programs.

Employment type: 

  • Full time

Days per week: 

Monday - Thursday



Years of experience: 

  • 3 - 5 years



Required degree level: 

  • High school
  • Associate's degree
  • Bachelor's degree

Worksite Info: 

In 1998, a group of caring citizens realized the serious needs of children in our community, so they came together and wrote several grants. The rest is history. Project Success, a county-wide initiative, was established in 1992 as the umbrella for services with children and families in need, with the mission of empowering children and families to achieve their highest potential.


Paid holidays, vacation, sick and personal leave. 4 day work week 10 months/year. 401K.