Provides tansitional services to students entering and withdrawing from MCJC Schools
Provides transitional services to students entering and leaving the MCJC Schools. Provides transitional services for all students in the Juvenile Justice Center JCARE program and all Dayton Public School students at the Nicholas Residential Treatment Center and the Center for Adolescent Services. Utilizes a multi-phased transition program whereby the transition process commences within the students’ first two weeks of incarceration and continues for an established time period after the students’ re-entry into their home school. Establishes a positive relationship and working rapport with key stakeholders including but not limited to students, parents/guardians, lead teachers, probation officers, school counselors, other transition coordinators, clinical support staff, and external agency representatives. Strives to appropriately and effectively engage parents/guardians in each phase of the transition process. Spearheads an ongoing effort to gain the support and involvement of local community and agency resources aimed at the success of the student0073 during the transition process. Creates and maintains a database of information to track and measure the success of individual students and the success of the total transition program and regularly communicates this information to various school and court stakeholders. Assumes other related duties as directed by the Principal. The person in this position will follow the established school calendar and daily work schedule for classroom teachers and tutors.
Bachelor’s Degree in Education, Social Work, Counseling or related field. At least 3 years of experience working with youth who are at risk of school failure. General knowledge of the Ohio Department of Education’s attendance and truancy laws, Individuals and Disabilities Education Act, and related disability law. Ability to document identity and employment eligibility within three (3) days of original appointment as a condition of employment in compliance with Immigration Reform and Control Act Requirements.
Compensation and Benefits:
Compensation will be in accordance with starting pay for MCJC classroom teachers and tutors. Benefits will be offered in accordance with those offered to all MCJC employees.
This employee will perform his/her duties at the MCJC Juvenile Justice Center and will follow the established school calendar and daily work schedule for classroom teachers and tutors.