Position Title Professional Developer, Behavior Intervention Plans and Functional Behavior Assessment
Work Location Springfield Campus Department Agency for Teaching, Leading and Learning HR Home Department 020431 AGENCY FOR TEACHING, LEADING & LNG Pay Grade 45 Proposed Salary $52,000- $53,500 Position only available to current, regular, full-time Missouri State University employees? No, Position is available to all applicants. Appointment Type Full Time Regular Exempt/Non-Exempt Exempt General Function
The Professional Developer for the Agency for Teaching, Leading and Learning provides a comprehensive, sustained, and intensive approach to improving teachers' and principals' effectiveness in raising student achievement. The Professional Developer aligns courses, workshops, consultation, modeling, etc. with state student academic achievement standards as well as related local educational agency and school improvement goals. The Professional Developer works with school principals and/or school-based teacher leaders to support the evaluation of student and teacher learning needs based on a review of data on teacher and student performance, the development of educator learning goals, the implementation of learning strategies that improve instructional effectiveness and student achievement, the provision of job-embedded coaching to support the transfer of new knowledge and skills to the classroom, and regular assessment of identified learning goals, improved teaching, and the ability of all students in meeting state academic achievement standards. The Professional Developer completes reporting and implementation requirements and participates in all Agency for Teaching, Leading and Learning staff meetings. The Professional Developer works collaboratively with the Agency for Teaching, Leading and Learning and Missouri State University faculty and staff in efforts relating to improving student achievement and teacher effectiveness.
Description of Primary Duties
This Professional Developer will provide training, observation, feedback, coaching, tools and resources to help school districts in our region in improving academic and social/behavioral outcomes for all students, but especially students with disabilities, with the development and implementation of effective behavior management strategies, Behavior Intervention Plans and Functional Behavior Assessments.
The Behavior Intervention Specialist will assist in conducting and coordinating Functional Behavior Assessments and in developing Behavior Intervention Plans that address students' inappropriate behaviors and provide a means to help the students become more academically successful.
Minimum Acceptable Qualifications
Education: A Master's degree in the field of Education from an accredited four-year college or University is required.
Experience: At least five years of successful teaching or public school administrative experience is required by the time the incumbent starts in the position.
Skills: The ability to develop training materials and gather and report research data and program evaluation projects is required. Knowledge and understanding of current research-based instructional and assessment practices and methodologies is required. Presentation experience with adult audiences both small and large is required. The ability to express complex ideas clearly and concisely in writing, as well as the ability to speak effectively to large and small groups is required, including the ability to utilize training methods that will actively engage adult learners. Knowledge and skills in common formative assessment, effective instructional practices, data-driven decision making, and collaborative teaming applicable in all core academic areas is required. The ability to develop knowledge of, respect for, and skills to engage with those of other cultures or backgrounds is required. Expertise in teacher/administrator evaluation is preferred.
Other: The nature of this position frequently requires attendance at evening and/or weekend activities, including national, state, and local conferences and meetings. Travel is necessary. This position transports a laptop and a projector and quantities of informational brochures unassisted to professional development sessions located both on- and off-campus.
Training and experience in Trauma-Informed Care, or the ability to complete training within six months of hire.
Link to Job Description https:// www. missouristate.edu/human/jobdescriptions/150969.htm Open Date 05/11/2023 Close Date (If Close Date is blank then the posting is considered open until filled) 06/09/2023 Special Instructions to Applicants
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