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PRIMARY FUNCTION:  Perform a wide variety of specialized and responsible tasks including the development and maintenance of a comprehensive COVID-19 response plan for all District sites, students and employees. This includes facilitating the coordination of any COVID-19 related plans with other district safety, emergency, and instructional plans; Ensure consistent messaging district-wide including all communications, notifications, processes, procedures, and guidelines pertaining to the safety of the staff, students, and visitors; Provide direction and develop systems and practices to disseminate information directly to the staff via email, memo or other direct means of communication while adhering to all applicable confidentiality requirements; and, identify and control, to the maximum extent possible, the risk of loss, damage or injury to people, property and revenue, by identifying the sources of COVID-19 related risk, evaluating risk probability and magnitude, and recommending policies, procedures and practices to mitigate risk and liability.

DIRECTLY RESPONSIBLE TO:  Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services or Designee


The following is a list of duties that is representative of the position that includes but are not limited to:

Manage the creation, changes and oversight for COVID-19 related sections of the District Safety Programs and other District processes and procedures.

Create, manage and revise the District’s emergency plans as they relate to COVID-19 items. This includes all procedures related to emergency preparedness plans, establishment of operations centers and District trainings as a result of, and during, COVID-19.

Coordinate with city, county, state and federal resources, in the areas of COVID-19- related health and public safety. Maintain effective communication and relationships with local law enforcement and local fire departments.

Conduct regular inspections of school sites and District offices for ensuring emergency supplies, and to perform threat assessments, safety checks and assessment of any other hazardous conditions as a result of COVID-19. Provide feedback to Site Administrator or Department/Building Administrator.

In collaboration with the Public Information Officer, District Partners and Liaisons coordinate communications and fosters partnerships with local emergency preparedness organizations and first responders to plan crisis management and emergency preparedness plans during COVID-19.

Assist in creating and communicating COVID-19 related risk management programs, policies, procedures to District employees, and the community.

Update, coordinate and monitor the district’s COVID-19 Prevention Plan.

Overall responsibility for ADA (Americans with Disabilities) assessment, monitoring and compliance throughout the District pertaining to COVID-19. Interact with various departments to respond to inquiries, changes in Federal/State laws and complaints.

Make site inspections where COVID-19 related complaints/problems (Including Grievances and Williams complaints) have been submitted. Draft responses to complaints and perform follow up visits.

Assist in analysis of all claims and litigation relating to COVID-19 related workers’ compensation and related claims for property and liability.

Assist in creating and coordinating training for staff on matters concerning COVID-19 related practices and procedures.

Prepare and maintain manuals, procedures, reports, and files related to COVID-19.

Assist in preparing and issues COVID-19 related reports to district administration and county, state, and federal agencies as required.

Assist in ensuring compliance with various local, state, and/or federal regulations regarding COVID-19 management functions.

Provide any information necessary to the County Public Health Department for them to conduct testing and contact tracing per their protocols.

Communicate with appropriate staff when a student and/or staff member is cleared to return to work after being exposed to COVID-19.

Work with the District Nurse and Business Department about communicating to staff plans and procedures for maintaining stock of PPE.

Other duties as assigned.


To perform the job successfully, an individual must be able to satisfactorily perform each essential duty. The requirements listed on the job description are representative of the knowledge, skills and abilities required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties.

Ability to:
Read, learn, interpret and apply complex federal, state, and district regulations; Communicate effectively both verbally and in writing with all levels of district staff and the community; Work independently, with minimum direction, and make decisions within the framework of established guidelines; Work effectively and cooperatively with all levels of district staff, vendors, outside contractors/consultants, and the community;  Analyze and resolve problems situations with tact and diplomacy and take effective courses of action; Establish and maintain records and maintain confidentiality of privileged information obtained in the course of work;  Maintain consistent, punctual and regular attendance; Maintain and verify accuracy and completeness of records; Meet schedules and deadlines; Plan and organize work; Provide work direction to others as assigned; Provide staff development as assigned; Make appropriate recommendations to staff regarding safety protocols and procedures; Wear and use protective equipment; Make verbal and written reports to district personnel;  Follow-through with directives.

Possession of a valid California Driver’s License and reliable transportation to travel to District sites and different Agencies.

Knowledge of:
Risk management principles, particularly as they apply to natural and manufactured crises, and/or pandemics; District policies, procedures, Memorandums of Understanding (MOU’s) and collective bargaining; Contracts relating to risk management issues, specifically pandemic related issues; COVID-19 guidelines issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (“CDC”), California Department of Public Health (“CDPH”), and the California Department of Education (“CDE); Federal, state, county safety programs; Administration for a California school district; Americans with Disabilities (ADA) laws and compliance/knowledge of Workers Compensation; Computer operating systems and software including the Microsoft Office suite and Google applications.

At least one year of public health/safety or a related field.
At least one year of experience in communication, planning and report writing.

Bachelor’s Degree

At least one (1) year of management or supervisory experience commensurate with job duties.
Bilingual/Biliterate in Spanish and English.
Degree in Public Health.
Training and/or experience in management of Public Health Services.


Physical strength to perform the tasks that may be required of a Coordinator.  These physical requirements include:

Ability to work at a desk, conference table or in meetings of various configurations; stand for extended
periods of time; see for purposes of reading printed matter and observing students; hear and understand speech at normal levels; communicate so others will be able to clearly understand normal conversation; bend and twist, stoop, kneel, run and crawl; lift 50 pounds; carry 25 pounds; operate office equipment and reach in all directions.

SALARY: $95,101-$111,970 Annually
WORK YEAR: 206 workdays per year

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