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Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) Coach
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Job Description

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

This position requires a Bachelor's degree in education, social work, counseling, or related field from an accredited college or university. A Texas Professional Teacher's Certificate and Master's degree preferred. A minimum of five (5) years of successful experience as a teacher, counselor, social worker, behavior specialist, or administrator is preferred. It is preferred that incumbent has a degree with reading specialization and/or Master Reading Teacher certification, or a background in Mathematics and/or Master Math Teacher certification. Experience in the area of behavior supports is preferred. It is preferred that incumbent has experience leading professional development. Experience working with second language learners, as well as in urban schools with diverse student populations, is preferred.

SKILL REQUIREMENTS

This position requires knowledge and successful experience in implementing researched-based, multi-tiered student support systems and intervention strategies at both the district and campus levels. Incumbent must be experienced in developing and providing professional development and coaching to teachers, administrators, and other campus staff. This position requires the understanding of the principles inherent in the process of Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS), including positive behavioral support systems, response to intervention programming, attendance, small group dynamics, and analytical and effective problem-solving skills. Knowledge of student data systems and the ability to collect, organize, and analyze student data from progress monitoring tools used for intervention support is essential. Experience in directing or leading team-based activities and the ability to foster strong relationships with campus staff and leaders, and district administration is required. This position requires a working background in reading, math and behavior research, instructional practices, and in teaching students with learning differences. Incumbent must have the ability to read, write, and converse fluently in English in order to receive and to provide work-related information in a timely manner to stakeholders. The incumbent must have the ability to communicate effectively using a variety of media, demonstrate a willingness to lead by learning, organize and maintain records and manage time and resources effectively and efficiently. Knowledge and skill in the use of personal computers and their software, proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and other computerized applications is necessary.

JOB PURPOSE AND RESPONSIBILITY

This position is responsible for analyzing data collected through teaching and learning, and to provide both prompt reflection/support and constructive feedback to campus personnel for both academics and behavior. The purpose of this position is to provide technical support and coaching for campus-based Child Study Teams; to provide professional development and support for campuses in order to organize and maintain support teams; organize support systems; provide classroom management support for teachers; organize effective individual student intervention strategies in both academics and behavior; assist with data collection, analysis and evaluation; monitor the effectiveness of campus support efforts and outcomes, and coordinate support efforts across campuses, vertical teams, and the district. This position is responsible for contributing to the success of the assigned campuses in the areas of academics, behavior, attendance, drop-out prevention, and graduation.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

* Assist in the coordination of a multi-tiered system of support with consistent standards and best practices to ensure equitable support needed by campuses to address the needs of all students.
* Provide professional development in a variety of formats, including follow-up support.
* Provide campus personnel with prompt reflection/support and constructive feedback.
* Work in a collegial manner to provide support and feedback through model teaching, side-by-side teaching, mentoring, and coaching as needed to teachers.
* Support campus/district staff in the development, implementation, and sustainability of campus Child Study Teams (CST), utilization of eCST, and district-wide Child Study Systems.
* Provide coaching to campus staff for academic and behavior interventions.
* Develop training materials to support job-embedded professional development.
* Maintain and document regular communication, including problem-solving, with campus teams, leaders, and campus principals to ensure the effective development of a campus CST.
* Assist campuses in collecting, analyzing, and evaluating data in order to establish goal setting for students in a proactive manner.
* Analyze student data and effective implementation of evidence-based interventions for students for both academics and behavior.

OTHER DUTIES AS ASSIGNED

Perform other related duties as assigned; however, all employees are expected to comply with lawful directives in rare situations driven by need where a team effort is required.

PHYSICAL EFFORT AND WORK ENVIRONMENT

Services are generally provided within a standard campus/classroom or office environment. Some movement is generally necessary (e.g., standing, walking, stooping, bending, sitting, and/or kneeling), and may require travel to campuses. Computer use is required, and prolonged use may result in repetitive hand motion. This position may involve rare exposure to blood or body fluids. Regular attendance is required for this position.

PERSONAL WORK RELATIONSHIPS

This position reports directly to the Administrative Supervisor for Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS). Performance evaluation for this position is conducted by the Administrative Supervisor for Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS); input from the team leads and campus administrators served will be considered as part of the evaluation.

COMPENSATION:

Duty Days: 230

Pay Grade: P8

Starting Salary: $54,177

Salary Schedule

Social Security

Teacher Retirement

Comprehensive Benefits Package

Employee Discount Program

Closing Date: Until Filled

An Equal Opportunity Employer

About Austin Independent School District

The Austin Independent School District serves 78,000 students on 107 campuses. AISD has a richly diverse student community, including children from all economic levels and all backgrounds. More than half of AISD students come from low-income families. Fifty-two percent are Hispanic, 31 percent are Anglo, 14 percent are African-American, and 3 percent are Asian. The district is committed to the success of all children by setting high expectations, focusing on continuous academic improvement and clearly defining principles of learning. While AISD's progress is evident by its many accomplishments in student achievement, the district continues to face growing challenges. In order to meet these challenges, AISD has come to rely on partnerships with businesses and organizations that want to devote their time and resources to students. Corporate and community support have become critical pieces of the academic success puzzle.

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