Job Specifications: (Minimum knowledge, skills and abilities required)
Communication Oral – Ability to communicate effectively with others verbally. Communication Written – Ability to communicate effectively with others in writing. Problem Solving – Ability to find a solution for or deal proactively with work-related challenges. Working Under Pressure – Ability to complete assigned tasks under stressful situations. Organizational Skills – Ability to organize and prioritize tasks, and manage time wisely. Computer Skills – Ability to access, input, and retrieve information including ability to use virtual meeting technology/programs.
Assist school-based teachers in providing social skills’ groups (as needed) and other early intervention services. Assist in collecting data in school setting. Assist in the monitoring of Behavior Intervention Plans. Assist in behavior-related training and emergency interventions (CPI) Assist in supervision of students on campus as well as in the classroom. Train other support staff, TA’s and LTA’s in techniques necessary to implement Behavior Intervention Plans. Assist teachers in the supervision of students presently being served by the Behavior Support Team (this may involve one-on-one instruction, escorting students, etc.) Assist in providing resources for students and teachers (this might include making materials for teachers, assist with the distribution of resources available for check out, etc.) Maintain positive relationships with staff, parents and students. Keep supervisors informed of potential problems and unusual events. Responds to inquires or concerns in a timely manner. Prepare all required reports and maintain all appropriate records.. Attend Meetings (IEPs/Behavior) as requested by Principal/Behavior Specialist/Director of Behavior Services Perform other duties as assigned