Provides administrative intervention for students with behavioral problems and facilitates use of educational system opportunities and resources.
MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES & DUTIES:
Provides administrative intervention for students utilizing a behavioral approach to promote learning; provides assistance to students and families in accessing education and community services.
Receives students from classrooms or office whenever necessary to address behavioral or attendance problems and de-escalates inappropriate behavior utilizing prescribed administrative intervention procedures.
Works with students, families, and schools to encourage resolution of problems.
Confers with school administrators, faculty, counselors, and other student support workers regarding student needs and behaviors.
Communicates with other professionals regarding individual student needs and progress; provides information to BT staff, parents or guardians, and school staff regarding student behavior and consequences.
Conducts informational meetings and classroom observations.
Establishes and maintains informational records and files; collects data for tracking purposes and analyzes and reports on data as needed.
Interacts with students and families to provide information and assistance about attendance and academic expectations and requirements, available resources, educational opportunities, and behavioral expectations.
Supports students and families by providing guidance on how to identify, access, and fully utilize district, school, and community resources.
Makes referrals to outside agencies and BT programs.
Maintains assigned cases, making home visits as necessary.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
Ability to successfully teach and present behavior skills and material to students.
Knowledge of regulatory requirements pertaining to youth care.
Computer skills in Microsoft Office.
Ability to communicate in an articulate, professional manner while maintaining necessary degree of confidentiality.
Ability to build relationships with school personnel, youth, and families.
Knowledge of the Boys Town Model.
Ability to adapt responses to situations while maintaining procedural and regulatory integrity.
High school diploma or equivalent required.
Minimum age of 18 required,
As required by contract at the Washington D.C. and Nevada sites:
Possess a valid drivers license with a good driving record required.
Pass an annual Motor Vehicle Registration (MVR) check required.
Provides own transportation (mileage reimbursed) to complete travel requirements of the job required.
Meet auto insurance requirements established by Boys Town policy and/or State and Local laws required.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent is preferred.
Previous experience including experience with learning disabled or behaviorally impaired learners preferred.
Previous experience in a classroom or school is preferred.
Diversity is more than a commitment at Boys Townit is the foundation of who we are and what we do.
At Boys Town, we cultivate a culture of inclusion for all employees that respects their individual strengths, views, and experiences. We believe that our differences enable us to be a better team one that makes better decisions, drives innovation, and delivers better business results.
About Boys Town:
Boys Town has been changing the way America cares for children and families since 1917. With over a century of service, our employees have helped us grow from a small boardinghouse in downtown Omaha, Nebraska, into one of the largest national child and family care organizations in the country. With the addition of Boys Town National Research Hospital in 1977, our services branched out into the health care and research fields, offering even more career opportunities to those looking to make a real difference.
Our employees are our #1 supporters when it comes to achieving Boys Town's mission, which is why we are proud of their commitment to making the world a better place for children, families, patients, and communities. Unique perks to Boys Town employees and their families include free visits to Boys Town physicians and free prescriptions under the Boys Town Medical Plan, tuition assistance, parenting resources from our experts and professional development opportunities within the organization, just to name a few. Working at Boys Town is more than just a job, it is a way of life.
This advertisement describes the general nature of work to be performed and does not include an exhaustive list of all duties, skills, or abilities required. Boys Town is an equal employment opportunity employer and participates in the E-Verify program. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, national origin, age, disability, or veteran status. To request a disability-related accommodation in the application process, contact us at 1-877-639-6003.