Social Emotional Coordinator

Starting rate: $20 per hour

FLSA Status: Non exempt


The Social-Emotional Coordinator (SEC) provides Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) supports to students within grades K?12 with the grade levels varying per site.  The SEC is responsible for the development and implementation of appropriate social emotional interventions that align with the program and school goals.   The SEC facilitates social emotional supports for the designated target population during the expanded learning time and designated times throughout the school day.


  • Provide and monitor programming designed to increase the academic and social emotional development of participants which align with the District, School and Grant specific goals and objectives.
  • Demonstrate as a BestSelf employee the agency core values.
  • Plan and deliver evidenced based curriculums such as but not limited to Second Step, CBITS, Positive Youth Development, MindUp and Restorative Practices. 
  • Meet and maintain program objectives through maintenance of appropriate program data and reports.
  • Participate in professional development.
  • Meet regularly with day school staff, Program Director, the Building Brighter Futures (BBF) team and after-school staff.
  • Work collaboratively with school day staff to address academic and socio emotional needs of students.
  •  Plan, deliver and track services and communications with parents/guardians and provide linkages to additional resources as needed.
  • Comply with all agency, school/site and program policies and procedures.
  • Meet all administrative requirements to ensure compliance with state regulations and evaluation requirements (OCFS, NY State Department of Education and Via Evaluation).


  • Microsoft Word, Power Point & Excel 


  • Full Time is a 40 hours a week, Monday-Friday (with some availability Saturday mornings).
  • Must be available to work until 5:30 or 6pm from October-May.


  • Bachelor's Degree in Social Work, Psychology OR Mental Health/ School Counseling.  Master's level preferred.
  • Minimum 2 years' experience working with school age children, preferably in an urban educational setting.