Hi, we got a new job opening for Middle/High Student Support Coordinator in Manatee School for the Arts
Company : Manatee School for the Arts
Location : Palmetto, FL 34221
position : Middle/High Student Support Coordinator
Middle/High Student Support Coordinator
To implement disciplinary procedures and policies to ensure a safe and orderly environment at the middle and high school level. To support whole-child approaches in the development of students.
Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited educational institution
Or equivalent Work experience can be evaluated in lieu of a degree IF:
5+ consecutive years of experience working in social work, behavioral management, juvenile justice or any other related field
Teaching experience and/or experience working social, behavioral, or any other related field.
Experience working with ESE, 504, and/or at risks populations.
State Certification is preferred.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Ability to read, interpret, and enforce MSA’s Code of Student Conduct, and appropriate state and federal statutes.
Ability to demonstrate effective skills of listening, speaking, and writing.
Ability to use skills necessary in interaction management, public relations, behavior modification, conflict resolution, supervision, problem-solving, planning, organizing, and analyzing data.
Ability to use group dynamic skills in the context of cultural diversity.
Ability to use computer software such as Microsoft Office and Google Platform among others.
Ability to maintain emotional control under stress.
Knowledge of current research, trends, and best practices.
Knowledge of the unique needs, growth patterns, and characteristics of the students served.
Dean of Students
Assist in the development of guidelines for proper student conduct, disciplinary policies, and procedures that ensure a safe and orderly environment.
Design short-and long-range plans related to student discipline and school safety using current research, performance data, and feedback from staff, students, parents and community agencies.
Use technology resources effectively.
Maintain comprehensive files on each student requiring disciplinary action and maintain records for adults.
Complete investigative and due-process procedures to include disciplinary action consistent with MSA’s Code of Student Conduct.
Collect, review, and analyze discipline data. Implement strategies with parents, students, and teachers to facilitate student behavior change.
Use relevant student information, i.e., Individual Education Plan (IEP), as an integral part of recommendations for suspension.
Maintain visibility and accessibility on the school campus and at school-related activities and events during work day.
Supervise the orderly movement and safety of transportation on school grounds.
Recognize indicators of disruption of the orderly conduct of the school and implement strategies.
Inform administration of impending problems or events of unusual nature.
Participate as a member of school educational planning and staffing teams to determine student placement or to develop assistance plans.
Establish effective communication with outside agencies and make appropriate recommendations to the Dean of Students and/or School Counselors for psychological, social work, juvenile, health, or community services.
Initiate and engage in continuing professional growth such as in-services, district meetings, classes, to complete the professional development.
Provide guidance to and instruction for teachers in the implementation of discipline policies and school safety, with training provided as needed.
Model professional and ethical standards consistent with Code of Ethics and Principles of Professional Conduct of Education Professionals in Florida when dealing with students, peers, parents and community.
Assist administration to communicate through meetings and written material, information that will keep staff, students, and parents informed of disciplinary policies and procedures.
Perform other incidental tasks consistent with the goals and objectives of this position.
Advice individual students and, when necessary, make appropriate recommendations for testing, guidance, psychological counseling, or community services.
Supervise student activities on the school campus and at school-related events.
Exert up to 25 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 15 pounds of force frequently and/or up to 10 pounds of force as needed to move objects.
Ability to stand, climb stairs, ramps, work outside and inside, work with extreme noise on occasion, and walk around campus.
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $33,000.00 to $38,000.00 /year
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $37,000.00 – $42,000.00 per year
Paid time off
Monday to Friday
Experience working with students: 1 year (Preferred)
Work Location: One location