Out-of-School-Time Continuous Quality Improvement Liaison
Posted by Public Health Management Corporation on March 9, 2021
This position is embedded within the Philadelphia Office of Children and Families. The Philadelphia Office of Children and Families (OCF) funds Out-of-School Time for approximately 6,500 youth in grades K-12 through over 150 year-round school based, community-based sites and Parks and Recreation Centers based OST programs. OCF demands high quality OST programming that improves life skills, increases academic engagement and prepares youth for higher education and employment. The Continuous Quality Improvement Liaison is responsible for implementing the quality tools and systems of Out of School Time (OST) programming that moves OST providers along a continuum of program quality consistent with the City of Philadelphia’s vision for quality; ensuring and advancing the use of structured activities in OST programs; developing and promoting professional development activities for OST providers.
The Continuous Quality Improvement Liaison is part of a team that facilitates continuous quality improvement efforts throughout the OST network and citywide afterschool initiatives to support and inform use of attendance, participation and enrollment, the NIOST Afterschool Program Assessment System and Making Meaning of Multiple Data Sets. The Liaison works directly with families interested in program enrollment to locate OST programs that are suited to their needs and ensure they are enrolled and retained in those programs. Enrollment work is focused on priority populations including youth involved in the juvenile justice and child welfare systems.
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