Behavioral Intervention Specialist

Fresno Unified School District Fresno, CA
BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTION SPECIALIST

Employer:

Fresno Unified School District

Date Posted:

5/11/2018

Contact:

Human Resources Call Center

(559) 457-3500

Number Openings: (At time of posting)

1

Length of Work Year:

228 days

Employment Type:

Full Time

Application Deadline:

5/25/2018 11:45 PM Pacific

Salary:

$44,555 - $54,152

Date Posted:

5/11/2018 Application Deadline:

5/25/2018 11:45 PM Pacific Employment Type:

Full Time Length of Work Year:

228 days Salary:

$44,555 - $54,152 Number Openings: (At time of posting)

1 Contact: Human Resources Call Center Email: tpttr@fresnounified.org Phone: (559) 457-3500

Requirements for Applying

FOR QUESTIONS PLEASE CALL THE HUMAN RESOURCES HELP DESK AT (559) 457-3500.TO APPLY FOR THE POSITION VISIT: https://www.fresnou.org/dept/hr/Pages/career-management.aspx VIEW FULL JOB DESCRIPTION, education requirements and licenses for this position visit: https://www.fresnou.org/dept/hr/Pages/job-descriptions.aspx California's fourth largest school district with an enrollment of 73,000 students is making huge strides in preparing career-ready graduates. Guided by the Board of Education's Core Beliefs that all students can and must learn at grade level and beyond, the district is gaining momentum to boost student achievement. Fresno Unified School District is seeking dynamic, dedicated and motivated individuals. Individuals need to be committed to continuous improvement, results driven and eager to work in a diverse community. We are committed to creating a culture where: • Diversity is Valued • Accelerating Learning for Each Student is Key• Good First Teaching is the Focus• Collaborating with Civic Leaders Positively Impacts the Community

The Behavioral Intervention Specialist is accountable for assisting schools sites with social emotional supports by providing strategic services that identify and address the social-emotional-environmental issues that interfere with the educational process. Works with school principal or designee, teachers, student, parent, and community within a Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS) framework, to coordinate identification and implementation of strategies for identified at-risk students and assist in meeting the special behavioral, educational, and social emotional needs of students.

Requirements for Applying

FOR QUESTIONS PLEASE CALL THE HUMAN RESOURCES HELP DESK AT (559) 457-3500.TO APPLY FOR THE POSITION VISIT: https://www.fresnou.org/dept/hr/Pages/career-management.aspx VIEW FULL JOB DESCRIPTION, education requirements and licenses for this position visit: https://www.fresnou.org/dept/hr/Pages/job-descriptions.aspx California's fourth largest school district with an enrollment of 73,000 students is making huge strides in preparing career-ready graduates. Guided by the Board of Education's Core Beliefs that all students can and must learn at grade level and beyond, the district is gaining momentum to boost student achievement. Fresno Unified School District is seeking dynamic, dedicated and motivated individuals. Individuals need to be committed to continuous improvement, results driven and eager to work in a diverse community. We are committed to creating a culture where: • Diversity is Valued • Accelerating Learning for Each Student is Key• Good First Teaching is the Focus• Collaborating with Civic Leaders Positively Impacts the Community

The Behavioral Intervention Specialist is accountable for assisting schools sites with social emotional supports by providing strategic services that identify and address the social-emotional-environmental issues that interfere with the educational process. Works with school principal or designee, teachers, student, parent, and community within a Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS) framework, to coordinate identification and implementation of strategies for identified at-risk students and assist in meeting the special behavioral, educational, and social emotional needs of students.

Any combination equivalent to: Bachelor's degree in Psychology/Social/Behavioral Sciences or related field. Experience in case management and/or working with at-risk children preferred. Bilingual ability may be required, depending on assignment.Preferred board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) certification. Individuals hired without a BCaBA must become certified within 36 months of employment. Possession of valid California driver's license and personal automobile for use on district business.

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