Onslow County Partnership for Children: The Onslow County Partnership for Children (OCPC) is a private non-profit agency that advocates and provides services for the healthy development of children, by building the strengths and capacities of families, care-giving professionals, and the communities in which they reside.

We are a private non-profit agency that advocates and provides services for the healthy development of children, by building the strengths and capacities of families, care-giving professionals, and the communities in which they reside.

21st Century Community Learning Center (CCLC) Data and Referral Specialist

21st Century Community Learning Center (CCLC) Data & Referral Specialist

Vacancy Announcement

Posted December 12, 2017

The Onslow County Partnership for Children (OCPC) is a private non-profit agency that advocates and provides services for the healthy development of children, by building the strengths and capacities of families, care-giving professionals, and the communities in which they reside. 

OCPC is the recipient of a 3-year 21st Century Community Learning Center (CCLC) grant designed to provide academic enrichment and a broad array of services to help students meet academic standards and engage families in student education. The 21st CCLC program is authorized under Title IV, Part B of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA). The program will provide after-school academic enrichment opportunities and family engagement for children attending Northwoods Elementary School of Technology and Innovation (K-5). OCPC is seeking a highly committed individual for the following position: 

21st Century Community Learning Center Data and Referral Specialist (Part-Time may lead to Full-Time)

The 21st CCLC Data and Referral Specialist will be responsible for collection, compliance, and reporting requirements that relates to the 21st CCLC. The Data and Referral Specialist (DRS) will also serve as a proactive liaison between program staff, families, Northwoods Elementary, and community resources to support the needs of children and families participating in the 21st CCLC. This framework will foster an environment that supports students, families, and staff to work collaboratively to ensure student success. The Data and Referral Specialist plays a vital role in the implementation and administration of the 21st CCLC. Work cooperatively with the Program Coordinator and CCLC staff to support the after school academic and enrichment program through effective written and verbal communication. Additionally will build relationships with community partners and families to ensure family and student needs are supported. The Data and Referral Specialist may serve as on-site support and/or substitute for CCLC personnel. The Data and Referral Specialist is responsible for providing assistance in the area(s) for which s/he is hired; modification of these areas may be made only with permission of the Program Coordinator. Other duties that support the implementation of 21st CCLC may be required. 

The 21st CCLC Data and Referral Specialist should have experience with education systems, working with children, and family engagement. Proficiency with data collection and data entry with web-based systems (federal grant reporting experience preferred). Experience working with diverse families and supporting diverse learners is vital. Awareness of youth development and the ability to identify factors that may indicate a need for special services or program adaptations. Excellent communications skills. A minimum of a high school diploma, an associate degree is preferred in a related field, 1-3 years of verified experience working to support children and families; education or social services work experience preferred. 

Interested applicants must complete an Onslow County Partnership for Children application. Applications can be obtained at our website www.onslowkids.org or at our main office at 900 Dennis Road. Applications may also be obtained by calling Cathy Wangerin (910) 353-7892 or by emailing your request to cathy.wangerin@onslowkids.org. For questions about 21st CCLC, please email Ryan Mould, Program Coordinator, ryan.mould@onslowkids.org. Please drop off or mail applications to 900 Dennis Road, Jacksonville, NC 28546. Faxed or e-mailed copies will not be accepted. Position is open until filled