Early Intervention Consultant for Behavior Support K-3
Job Title: Early Intervention Consultant for Behavior Support K-3
The Early Intervention Consultant for Behavior Support is responsible for consultation to constituent school district programs for children in grades K-3 regarding the planning and implementation of behavior support services.
Available: One (1) full-time position; approximately 35 hours per week.
Salary: Certificated. Genesee Intermediate Education Association.
Health, dental, vision, life and disability insurance after one full day of employment. Employees shall be subject to the co-payment of health care costs in accordance with state law.
Essential Duties (May include, but not limited to):
- Provides consultant services on individual students served by constituent school districts.
- Provides consultation to administrators, instructional and support staff on the planning and implementation of behavior support interventions/strategies/programs.
- Provides professional development activities to school district personnel in the collection of behavior data, functional analysis, and multi-tiered system of support for social-emotional and behavior invention.
- Provides parents with techniques to assess and implement positive behavior strategies in the home/community environments.
- As needed, participates as a member of a Student Assistance Team, Tier 2 or Tier 3 Behavior Support Team meetings, or Individualized Education Program Team (IEPT) meetings.
- Participates in staff development and professional development activities.
- Services as a liaison to community agencies regarding behavior support and related services.
- Provides consultation to school personnel regarding relationships with parents outside agencies and medical professionals concerning behavior support and other related services.
- Supports the district system development to implement Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) for behavior.
- Utilizes the work at GISD implementation team to implement at the Local Education Agency (LEA) levels.
- Guides LEA problem solving and implementation planning through a data based decision-making process designed to use capacity, fidelity, and student outcome data.
- Has a basic understanding of academic and behavioral development milestones for children in grades K-3.
- Consults, counsels and collaborates with parents, school personnel, students and appropriate community agencies regarding behavioral and educational concerns developed in a multi-tiered system of support.
- Consistently models Win-Win leadership.
Master’s degree required; full approval as school social worker, school psychologist, school counselor or teacher consultant for the emotionally impaired preferred. School social workers must hold valid masters social work license (P.A. 61 of 2004) through the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA). School counselors must hold a Michigan School Guidance Counselor License or valid Michigan teacher certificate with an endorsement in guidance and counseling.
Minimum of three years of satisfactory experience working with general education and/or students with disabilities in a school setting required.