Student Support Interventionist – 20/21
The Student Support Interventionist is responsible for facilitating consistent and fair administration of school policies regarding student conduct and discipline.
Essential Job Responsibilities:
- Develop behavior success plans, re-entry, and student safety plans in collaboration with teachers ensure students are meeting behavior goals.
- Attends MTSS meetings to share best practices and resources to support individual student needs.
- Participates in weekly SST meetings and individual coaching to improve student outcomes.
- Acts as the primary responder to student support calls utilizing research-based de-escalation techniques.
- Develops and manages after-school detention and Saturday school programs.
- Process discipline referrals and collaborates with Dean of Culture to assign consequences.
- Push-in to classrooms to support students and teachers with implementation of behavior success plans as well as preventive techniques.
- Lead parent and teacher meetings ensure the student’s successful transition into class after an extended absence or severe safety concern.
- Maintains open dialogue with parents to support the well-being of students.
- Support the Dean of Culture in leading professional development for staff.
- Maintains accurate data for discipline referrals, detention, Saturday School, suspensions etc.
- Utilizes various curriculum techniques, including the Enlace Sensory Room, Love and Logic, Teacher Like a Champion, to support student’s needs throughout the day.
- Supports the Dean of Culture with implementing a positive school culture.
- Other duties as assigned.
Neighborhood Charter Network Values:
Lead With Love
- Establish High Expectations
- Support and Empower Others
- Engage in honest communication to enhance understanding
Maximize Time To Maximize Potential
- Maintain productivity every hour of the day
- Only spend time on what is worth our time
Data Drives Decisions
- We do not have time to guess
Competencies for All NCN Employees:
- Emphasizing the team over self; being willing to take and implement feedback in order to grow
- Self-motivated; having the grit to push through adversity
- High emotional intelligence; the ability to work well with others; an understanding of one’s own impact
Minimum Required Qualifications:
- Experience with researched-based behavior management programs (e.g., Love and Logic, Leader In Me, Social Emotional Learning)
- At least 3+ year of related experience working with K-8 kids
** This job description is not intended to be all inclusive. The employee will perform other reasonably related tasks as assigned by the supervisor or other management personnel.
**Management reserves the right to change job responsibilities, duties and hours accordingly. This document is for management communication only and is not intended to imply a written or implied contract of employment.
**Neighborhood Charter Network provides equal opportunities of employment to all applicants and and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type against anyone without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.
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