JobID 2047 : Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) Coordinator (#2013137)

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The Panama-Buena Vista Union School District announces an opening for a Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) Coordinator. The MTSS Coordinator will be assigned to work at the district office and will be under the general direction of the Assistant Superintendent of Instructional Services and the direct supervision of the Director of Assessment, Curriculum, and Technology. 


The MTSS Coordinator is responsible for the overall management of the Response to Intervention framework (behavioral, social-emotional, and academic) of the district. This includes providing training and technical assistance to school teams in order to maintain and develop school-wide MTSS systems across the district.


  • Supervise and evaluate School Social Worker.

  • Provide Technical Assistance (TA) and support to Tier 1, Tier 2, and Tier 3 to site teams and provide TA on school wide data analysis.Identifies schools, obtains administrative support, and help schools to identify team members for initial trainings.

  • Coordinates MTSS professional development activities for school-based and district personnel.

  • Coach, train and work collaboratively with school PBIS teams and site administrators.

  • Assist school PBIS teams in developing and implementing 90 Day Plans (as needed) using a variety of data sources.

  • Serve as a resource and support to school teams in planning supports for students with behavior challenges.

  • Offer MTSS, PBIS, SWIS, restorative practices training, technical support, and professional development and professional learning communities.

  • Partner with school sites to assist in the implementation of a restorative philosophy.

  • Support restorative intervention and prevention practices at ATS school sites.

  • Facilitate restorative conferencing as an alternative to traditional discipline and re-entry.

  • Document and support MTSS practices throughout the district through site visits, interviews with staff, administrators, students, parents and school-community partners.

  • Assist school-site PBIS teams in their development of an individualized school-wide PBIS Implementation plan based on the unique needs of their site.

  • Work with school sites to develop PBIS lead persons, or leadership teams who take the lead in promoting and building PBIS practices and culture shift at their respective school sites.

  • Model problem solving strategies with teaching staff and student support service teams in bringing together members of the school community who were impacted by harmful behavior.

  • Partner with site student support teams to review or alter systems in place to support counseling protocol and strategies around PBIS.

  • Provide one-on-one consulting with interested teachers and school staff in need of additional support around the implementation of PBIS.

  • Assist school site teaching staff in classroom management approaches that support MTSS. 

  • Maintain ongoing contact with each building PBIS team.

  • Connect teams to necessary resources for successful implementation of MTSS

  • Attend building team PBIS meetings to assist with implementation as needed.


  • Facilitates district level data analysis and review.

  • Provide district leadership in sustaining the District level MTSS team.

  • Contribute to district level MTSS team and provide support for decision making and effective team functioning.

  • Coordinate with district MTSS team to identify clear processes for universal screening, which will be used to identify students who need additional support.

  • Maintain open and ongoing communication with district and building MTSS leadership teams.

  • Facilitates expansion and sustainability of practices district wide.

  • Meet with District administrators to produce district level support and products for successful MTSS implementation within the schools.

  • Act as a liaison between school MTSS teams and the school district administration.

  • Participate in professional development, conferences, Training-of-Trainers, and through other opportunities to become a P-BVUSD MTSS/PBIS trainer participating in MTSS Leadership Team.

  • Attend ongoing meetings with the Director of Assessment, Curriculum, and Technology, School Social Worker, parent and community liaison.

  • Coordinate needed data collections (Tiered Fidelity Inventory, Team Checklist, SWIS).

  • Provide report updates on implementation status at school sites consulting and collaborating with P-BVUSD partner MTSS/PBIS organizations.

  • Collaborate and assist with data collection and analysis activities to demonstrate initiative progress and effectiveness.

  • Promote MTSS within the District through various modes (school board meetings, newsletter, and website).

  • Present quarterly report to District administration on the ongoing successes and barriers to MTSS implementation.

  • Complete an annual report to be shared with all stakeholders.

  • Performs other duties as assigned that support the overall objective of the position.


  • Teaching Credential or Pupil Personnel Services Credential 

  • Administrative Credential

  • Master’s Degree in Education or a related field from an accredited college/university 

  • At least five years of successful classroom teaching experience or pupil personnel experience, by the end of the 2019-20 school year. 

  • In-depth knowledge of research related to PBIS at all three tiers: universal, secondary, and tertiary.

  • In-depth knowledge of MTSS.

  • Appearance, grooming and personality which establish a desirable model.  Better than average recommendations from professionals who have observed personal characteristics, scholastic attainment and classroom performance.  Must be able to establish good working relationships with other professionals.


  • Masters in Social Work, School Psychology, and/or certificate in behavior analysis, LCSW or equivalent.


The salary range for the MTSS Coordinator is $104,936 to $127,211 (9) steps, 262 working days per year, eight (8) hours per day. Placement on the salary schedule is determined by the number of years of administrative experience.  Additional time/days as is necessary to perform related job duties and responsibilities. Position to be renewed annually contingent upon availability of program funds.   The District currently contributes $18,195.90 per year towards hospital/medical, dental, and vision insurance. Prepaid life insurance plan for the employee only.


INTERNAL contracted candidates are required to submit a personal letter of interest and a resume including background information, educational experience and achievements to the Human Resources Department. Documents must be submitted to receive consideration for this position.
Submissions should be sent to:
                            Darryl Johnson, Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources
                            Panama-Buena Vista Union School District

EXTERNAL applicants must apply online and are required to submit a resume including background information, educational experience and achievements, and community and professional involvement.  All applications will be screened. 


Posted By

Panama Buena Vista Union Elementary School District

4200 Ashe Rd., Bakersfield, CA 93313-2029
Compare with State

Amount per Student

$9,008 (USD)

State Average: $11,136 (USD)

% ELL Students


State Average: 21%

Student Teacher Ratio


State Average: 23.63

% IEP Students


State Average: 12%



State Average: 496