$23.97-$31.35 Hourly / $1,917.63-$2,507.63 BiWeekly /
In the State Department of Education, this class is accountable for providing behavioral resources and intervention programs.
Receives general direction from an Assistant Vice Principal or other administrative official of a higher grade.
Provides behavioral resources and intervention services to students; assists in implementing Behavioral Education Plans; assists students in participating in general school activities and is responsible for safety and personal conduct of students; addresses student behaviors; handles maladaptive behavior; assists misbehaving students to alter their behavior; finds ways to engage students to effect positive attitudes and control on behavior; encourages the improvement in student attitude and behavior, school atmosphere, academic performance and personal growth; promotes and facilitates peer support groups; uses disciplinary action to stimulate an opportunity to reflect and learn about consequences; instills collective values and encourages behavior that is acceptable for the classroom and school environment; works with school staff and parent or guardian of student; maintains logs and prepares timely accurate reports regarding incidents and progress to adjust behaviors; participates as a member of the schools interdisciplinary team; performs related duties as required.
Knowledge of biological, cognitive and social-emotional development of adolescents stages; knowledge of puberty, cognition, morality, identity, relationships, school, work and culture of adolescents; knowledge of behavioral modification strategies; considerable interpersonal skills; oral and written communications skills; ability to express ideas clearly; ability to engage youth; ability to facilitate group interaction; ability to utilize computer software.
Four (4) years working with behavioral resources and intervention of adolescents in a high school environment.
1. An Associate's Degree in the behavioral sciences, human services or psychology may be substituted for the General Experience.
2. Fifteen (15) college credits in a course of study leading to a Bachelor's Degree in a behavioral science or a human service area may be substituted for six months of the General Experience.
Incumbents in this class may be exposed to some risk of injury from assaultive or abusive students.
(07)-ADMN CLERICAL (NP-3)
New Class: Action No. 19-022