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RVA Virtual Virginia Liaison

Job Title:

RVA Virtual Virginia Liaison

Grade Level/Terms of Employment:

Unified Pay Schedule, Pay Grade 117

191 Days (9.5 months)

FLSA Status:


Work Location:

Richmond Virtual Academy (RVA)

Immediate Supervisor:

Principal, Richmond Virtual Academy

General Description:
The RVA Virtual Virginia Liaison supports students in Grades 6-12 enrolled in Virtual Virginia courses to help facilitate their success.  By monitoring the students’ progress in the course and facilitating ongoing check-ins with students and their families, the Liaison directly impacts the trajectory of success for middle and high school students completing virtual courses through Virtual Virginia.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

●        Monitors student academic progress and needs through daily contact with students taking Virtual Virginia courses; collects student forms required by Virtual Virginia

●        Records, tracks, and reports student attendance and follows up with students and families as needed

●        Serves as a virtual and in-person liaison between the student, the school, and Virtual Virginia instructors and supervisors regarding student performance and progress

●        Collaborates with counselors to implement enrollment and withdrawal procedures

●        Proctors tests and examinations in-person as needed

●        Works with the local technology staff to ensure that all students have access to the appropriate technology

●        Retrieves and provides the school with student grades through the online grade book; ensures grades and student information is entered into the school’s student information system, Aspen

●        Works collaboratively with teachers, families, and support staff to develop and implement support plans for students who are identified as in need of support through the Virtual Virginia Early Warning System

●       Provides information about programs and assists in identifying educational, social and cultural needs of students and their families that can be met using school, community or other resources

●       Performs other duties as assigned


●        Associate’s degree in social work, behavioral science or a related field required; Bachelor’s or Master’s degree preferred

●        One year minimum tutoring, lead teaching and/or mentoring experience preferred

●        Excellent oral, written, organizational, presentation and public relations skills

●        Extensive experience working with school, family and community planning activities and programs

●        Knowledge of and experience with special needs students, English as a Second Language protocols and community-based services preferred

●        Ability to develop and implement programs to involve parents and the community in schools to support student learning

●        Highly organized and ability with a strong attention to detail

●        Experience with Microsoft Office/Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Internet, Intranet and Google applications

●        Experience with Aspen and Virtual Virginia preferred

●        Access to a personal vehicle and possession of a valid Virginia driver’s license; willingness to travel to students and families to provide support as needed

●        Ability to work a flexible schedule  including evenings and weekends

●        Bilingual/fluency in Spanish preferred