PBIS Tiered Support Coordinator

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Work type: Non-Classified/Professional
Location: Boise, ID
Categories: Academic Programs, Education and Training

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Job Summary/Basic Function:

The Statewide Tiered Support Coordinator (TSC) will oversee the development and implementation of a school-wide PBIS training and technical assistance program for Idaho LEAs. In coordination with the statewide Idaho SESTA leadership team, and under the direction of the Idaho SESTA Director, the TSC will: 1) engage in research to identify current knowledge that exists in the state about school-wide supports and the degree or level of implementation evident across LEAs, 2) develop a school-wide supports framework for a statewide, phased in implementation of PBIS, 3) collaborate with Idaho SESTA Behavioral and Instructional Coordinators to identify areas of expertise and to implement an effective training and technical assistance/coaching system at the state, regional, local, and building level. 4) collaborate with internal Idaho SESTA evaluation and marketing staff to create an evaluation matrix and statewide marketing/education campaign plan. The TSC will create or adopt data collection systems and interpret implementation outcomes across levels as well as communicate findings in oral and written presentations. In conjunction with participating LEAs, the TSC will build capacity among participants for coaching at the district level and work collaboratively with the SESTA coordinators to implement professional development opportunities at each tier.

The Statewide Tiered Support Coordinator will work closely with Idaho SESTA Statewide Leadership and Idaho SESTA Statewide Instructional and Behavioral Coordinators to develop training material and ensure quality standards are met.

Level Scope:

Fully competent and productive professional contributor who applies acquired job skills, policies, and procedures to complete substantive assignments/projects/tasks of moderate scope and complexity. Works independently with general supervision; exercises judgment within defined guidelines and practices to determine appropriate action. May provide guidance and assistance to entry level professionals and/or support employees.

Essential Functions:
  • Serve as the Statewide Tiered Support Coordinator, overseeing and implementing a school-wide PBIS training and technical assistance support for LEAs.
  • Identify and have knowledge of current research and evidence-based practices in the area of PBIS.
  • Collaborate with existing Idaho SESTA Coordinators for development and implementation of effective training and technical assistance/coaching system at the Regional, LEA, and building level.
  • Work with Idaho SESTA Coordinators to develop training material and disseminate to other staff and external stakeholders, ensuring quality standards are maintained and compliant with the PBIS framework.
  • Work with the Idaho SESTA Leadership, Coordinators, and Marketing to oversee, direct and evaluate behavior and academic evaluation data for individual schools participating in the project to determine effectiveness of services and implementation of each participating site and program as a whole.
  • Attend, participate and possibly present in regional, statewide, and national PBIS leadership conferences and meetings.

 

Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:

This position is extremely multi-faceted in the job responsibilities. The Statewide Tiered Support Coordinator must understand the program goals and objectives, be able to work with a variety of staff, and take directives from the Idaho SESTA Director.

Behavior and meeting the emotional needs of students in schools is at the forefront of issues concerning educators and parents today. Therefore, knowledge of behavioral and/or classroom management techniques are preferred for the position, as well as experience and knowledge of scaling-up positive behavior frameworks systemically at the school level.

Knowledge and experience creating and facilitating effective and engaging professional development and technical assistance/coaching based on evidence-based practices and the PBIS Blueprint is crucial.

Minimum Qualifications:
  • Master's Degree in Education or Psychology and 1-3 years of professional experience or equivalent relevant experience.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • 3-5 years teaching experience
  • Ability to use technology, online tools, data collection tools, Microsoft Office, etc.
  • Knowledge and ability to use SWIS (School-Wide Information System) data collection tool and PBIS Apps. 
Salary and Benefits:

Salary commensurate with experience. Boise State University is committed to offering a benefits package that provides health and financial protection plans as well as resources to promote health and well-being. Our program provides flexibility so you can choose the benefits that are right for you and your family. Learn more about our benefit options at https://hrs.boisestate.edu/benefits/.

Required Application Materials:

Cover letter and Resume

 

 

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