Compensation and Benefits
San Miguel Catholic High School offers salary competitive for the region and based on experience, education and qualifications. Benefits include a full range of options including coverage for medical, dental, and vision care, personal and professional leave, professional development, and retirement investment.
San Miguel High School, a Catholic, Lasallian learning community, empowers youth from underserved families through the integration of Christian values, rigorous academics and practical work experience,educating the whole student for college, career, and a fulfilling life.
The CWSP Coordinator will be a key team member of the Corporate Work Study Program (CWSP) at San Miguel High School. Through the Corporate Work Study Program, every student works five full days per month to fund a large portion of their education, gain job experience, grow in self-confidence, and realize their future postsecondary goals. Students work at law firms, banks, hospitals, universities, and with other professional corporate partners.
Summary of Job Responsibilities: As a member of the Corporate Work Study Program (CWSP) team, this position will interact with students, school personnel, and business leaders to execute the transformative Cristo Rey Work Study Program model alongside CWSP staff. The primary duties of this role include teaching students job skills, managing the relationships between the school and its job partners, and assisting in the coordination and operations of the overall program.
Corporate Partner Relations
Lead the relationship management for an assigned portfolio of corporate job partners to ensure job retention and satisfaction with student workers.
Help prepare and process necessary paperwork, on-boarding requirements, tax forms, documentation, and work permits for students of assigned job partners
Organize student-parent work agreement to be sent to all corporate partners, per DOL requirements
Coach supervisors on how to best maximize the efficiency of student workers d. Provide regular and timely updates to the VP of CWSP Operations on any issues regarding assigned corporate job partners
Assist with other job partner related activities such as job partner Orientation, Draft Day, Career Day, partner appreciation events, etc.
Assist students in scheduling make-up days, holiday work-days, and overseeing the collection of forms and recording of data associated with these days
Conduct a minimum of 2 site visits per year; spending approximately 20% of time visiting partners and students in the workplace
Check-in monthly with all corporate partners
Log all site visits and important information regarding partners in Salesforce j. Maintain positive and professional relationships with all supervisors and businesses to ensure 90% retention of the businesses for which you are responsible each year
Check time cards each morning, respond to all timecard issues within 24 hours. Organize on-site remediation when needed
Support and provide feedback to students with low-scoring timecards, supervisor surveys, and pulse checks
Student Professional Development
Teach two CWSP classes (workplace skills) per day (five days per week)
Teach classes during SMHS Summer Step Up program (3 week summer training programfor incoming freshmen)
Communicate with parents/guardians regarding student feedback, workplace conduct, and positive student reviews
Serve as the primary point of contact for parents regarding their student’s work performance and progress
Conduct parent-student conferences to discuss and evaluate student performance as necessary
Transportation, Dress Code, & Attendance
Help coordinate morning check-in and enforce dress code
Assist with transporting students to and from work as needed if bus driver(s) becomes illor unavailable (required of all CWSP staff)
Track, document, and communicate attendance and fees through PowerSchool andthrough documentation sent home to families
Student-Worker Human Resource Duties
Organize all student CWSP paperwork for registration and ensure completion before the start of work
Work directly with the Registrar and other staff to prepare for registration events. Inform CWSP team of all information regarding registration events and expectations
Run all student I-9 paperwork through E-Verify system
Assist with student drug testing (including transport to testing facility)
Organize all parent-student work agreements for corporate partners
Responsible for all student file creation and maintenance
Occasional weekends required to assist with student registration, conferences, interviews, and open houses
Weekly meetings with CWSP team
Assist with other CWSP duties and administrative tasks as assigned
Schedule and coordinate jobsite orientations and any preliminary work (TB tests, drug screens, etc.) as needed; follow-up with supervisors on all new students in a timely manner e. Collaborate with the VP to ensure appropriate preparation and orientation for new partners f. Ensure successful job placements for all student employees: Work closely with other CWSP team members to ensure quality student-team arrangements for each job and match each student’s capabilities, skill sets and interests to the needs of each job
Qualifications: Successful applicants will embody the mission-commitment, intellectual curiosity, openness to growth, optimism, and enthusiasm that are central to the members of San Miguel High School’s team. In addition, applicants should meet or exceed the following requirements:
- Valid driver's license, acceptable driving record, and ability to drive 14-passenger bus - Bachelor's degree or higher
- Conversational Spanish required
- Superior written and oral communication skills
- Sensitivity to the ethnic, racial, and religious backgrounds
- Ability to work effectively as part of a team and independently in a fast-paced environment - Flexibility and adaptability as CWSP operations develops
- Customer service skills: ability to work with a range of corporate partners
- Desire to work with high school students and enthusiasm to further build a positive school culture and community
Non-Discrimination In its interview process for qualified candidates, San Miguel Catholic High School does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnic ancestry, gender, sexual orientation, age or disability. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our teaching and learning community.