Website Northland Learning Center
Under the general direction of the Executive/Special Education Director or designee, the Coordinator of Early Intervening Services will be responsible for planning, organizing, and developing districtwide multi-tiered systems of support (MTSS), including the development of the following domains: Family & Student Engagement, Social Emotional Learning & Relationships, Mental & Physical Health, Attendance & Intervention Monitoring, Positive Behavioral Supports & Restorative Justice, Academic Supports, and Basic Needs. This position will provide direction, guidance, and leadership to staff as it relates to equity and cultural responsiveness.
In coordination with the Special Education Administrative team, the Coordinator of Early Intervening Services will support site special education teams on matters related to the intersectionality of general education and special education work. They will also offer expertise to staff regarding federal and state mandates, Section 504, Child Study Teams, Crisis Intervention Plans, and matters related to supporting all students to work towards mastery of state standards and curriculum.
● Plans, organizes, and develops districtwide multi-tiered systems of support. Including working collaboratively across departments to create a districtwide strategic plan for MTSS in Tiers I, II, and III under all domains.
● Facilitates professional development with intervention providers, teachers, staff, and administrators.
● Expands access to research-based tiered interventions.
● Coaches and supports MTSS teams in their design and implementation of systemic data-based shifts directly related to student needs.
● Identifies and implements an effective management system for MTSS.
● Identifies ongoing system and policy barriers to MTSS and makes recommendations for systems and policy alignment.
● Keeps up to date on laws and regulations regarding Section 504 and supports intervention teams with training, process, and alignment with legal guidelines for practice.
● Consults and collaborates with teachers, parents, and administrators to find effective solutions to learning and behavior needs and expands educational interventions to mitigate special education overidentification and disproportionality.
● Offers expertise to staff regarding state mandates, Section 504, Child Study Teams, Crisis Intervention Plans, and matters related to achieving the objectives of the state standards and school curriculum.
● Builds and strengthens working relationships between teachers, parents, partners, and service providers in the community.
● Incorporates research-based involvement in the implementation of federal and state educational guidelines (e.g., No Child Left Behind, Response to Intervention).
● Assists with general education legal mediation, mediated settlement agreements, and notification of agreement details to Administrators and the Board.
● Coordinates and monitors CEIS-related grant and partnership requirements.
● Assists with the transition of students into appropriate educational placements through consultation and attendance at intervention planning meetings.
● Participates in pre-expulsion procedures for general education and Section 504 students to discuss best alternative education options and placements.
● Collaborates and consults with district Coordinators and Specialists to implement MTSS, as needed.
● In coordination and collaboration with the Special Education Administrative team, provides information on matters related to professional development needs.
● Perform decision analysis that requires the application and interpretation of data, facts, procedures, and policies
● Work with online systems and technology
● Implement research, collect, and analyze data, and report preparation
● Suggest appropriate and effective interventions for pupils from a diverse population
● Organize tasks, set priorities, and meet deadlines, manage multiple tasks
● Communicate effectively in writing and verbally
● Drive a personal vehicle for traveling to various district/school locations
● Administrative Licensure or district leadership experience
● Multi-Tiered System of Supports implementation experience
● Experience with eugenically adaptive pedagogy and curriculum
● Experience with intercultural competence and diversification training
$80,000-$100,000 Depending Upon Qualifications & Experience, Competitive Benefits Package
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