Elementary School Teaching | George W. Gibbs Elementary School | Available: 2023-2023 School Year | Closing: Open Until Filled


WORK DAY/YEAR: Full-time, 1.0 FTE, Intervention Sucess Coach position available for the 2023-2024 School Year.

REPORTS TO:  Building Principals

QUALIFICATIONS:  Current Minnesota license in appropriate area required.

SALARY: Based on level of education and full years of licensed teaching experience.
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BENEFITS:  Benefits available.
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The Intervention Success Coach will help build, support, and implement our Multi-Tiered Systems of Support as it relates to the social and emotional learning of students.  This will include, but not be limited to building curriculum and resources to support classroom teachers and to find research-based practices to support students so they can be successful students academically, socially, and emotionally.  Additionally, this position will help build our 3 tiered systematic approach that complements our academic MTSS model.  
Specific job duties include, but may not be limited to: 

  • Assist in the training of staff to implement behavior modification techniques and serve as a resource to teachers on best practices in classroom management and student interventions. 
  • Build a data system to track the emotional well-being of students and to determine the effectiveness of support systems.  
  • Support and train staff in defining and measuring behavior; understanding principles of reinforcement; teaching new behavior; implementing strategies for improving positive behavior that supports building goals and the strategic plan.  
  • Work in collaboration with staff to facilitate IEP and 504 plans that involve evidenced-based academic and behavioral support.   
  • Lead in the development and support of a Multi-Tiered System of Supports to identify students in need of Tier 2 or Tier 3 social-emotional and behavior interventions, assist in the planning of those interventions, and provide ongoing support throughout the intervention process.
  • Represent the intervention team to collaborate with colleagues for providing direct support services to students with academic and social, emotional, and behavioral needs. 
  • Serves as a resource to families and staff based on best practices for social, emotional, and behavioral support.  
  • Works in collaboration with the Office of Academics to coordinate district to building-level communication and initiatives as it relates to the district’s strategic plan.

Commitment to Equity:
Rochester Public Schools is committed to diversifying its workforce to better reflect the community we serve.  We believe the practices used in recruiting, interviewing, hiring, supporting, and promoting staff must include and honor, at every level, those who represent the diverse identities of our schools and community.

Common and Shared Accountabilities for All Positions 
Employees of the Rochester Public School District #535 are expected to support the goals, model and promote an environment that is respectful for all, and work collaboratively with other staff to focus on the needs of the learner. A quality, customer focus that conveys a welcome attitude, an adaptability to change, and a desire for continuous improvement is also expected of all employees. In addition, staff are to respect confidential matters, encourage a safe and secure environment throughout the schools, and be dependable and accountable employees.

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