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Positive Behavior Intervention Support - PBIS - Coach

POSITION TITLE: Positive Behavior Intervention Support (PBIS) Coach

QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university in teaching, behavioral sciences, or related field. Three years of experience in public education or related field. Extensive knowledge and skills relating to Facilitative Leadership, Positive Behavior Intervention Support (PBIS), and Cultural Responsiveness. Considerable knowledge of Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Considerable knowledge of Google docs. Experience in collection, analysis and presentation of data. Effective oral and written communication skills. Ability to design and deliver professional development, including evaluation of impact. Experience working with diverse populations of students and adults. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with school system staff, students, parents, and the community. Excellent record-keeping and documentation skills.

PERFORMANCE EXPECTATIONS: Helps develop, implement and maintain a school-wide discipline plan. Leads school in creating consistent, positive school climates in which students are taught expectations, reinforced for demonstrating positive social behavior; assists school with gaining an understanding of the importance of demonstrating good character traits. Provides professional development and on-going support to school faculty and teams to ensure equitable opportunities for students to excel through increasing expectations for behavioral and academic success. Assists school staff in understanding the negative impact of lower expectations on the performance of specific groups and individual students. Works with school to identify and utilize evidence-based classroom practices to increase academic achievement for all students. Assists school in building and demonstrating positive relationships with all students through specific classroom interactions. Assists teams with using data to make decisions to ensure that all students excel behaviorally and academically. Provides support, modeling, and feedback in consultation with teachers to ensure that the strategies are being implemented with fidelity. Counsels students individually or in small groups on positive behavior techniques. Maintains effective, on-going communication with students, families, school administration, teachers, and central office staff. Serves on teams at the request of the building administrator. Ensures that the school-wide behavior plan is implemented with fidelity and that accurate data is collected, reported, and acted upon. Performs all other related duties as assigned.

GENERAL DEFINITION AND PHYSICAL CONDITIONS OF WORK: Performs professional work developing school-wide discipline plan, providing professional development, consulting with teachers and teams, collecting data, monitoring impact of programs on student outcomes. Work requires frequent standing, sitting, walking and light lifting up to 10 pounds. Effective verbal and written communication skills for expressing or exchanging ideas, hearing to perceive information at a normal spoken word level and visual acuity for preparing and analyzing written reports.

REPORTS TO: Principal

PAY SCHEDULE: Unified Pay Schedule, Pay Grade 116

LENGTH OF CONTRACT: 216 Days (11 months). Position contingent upon grant funds.

FLSA: Non-exempt