Social Worker/Behavior Intervention Consultant

The behavior intervention consultant will provide continuous support to the overall educational environment by utilizing positive behavior support strategies to address student behaviors. The behavior intervention consultant helps coordinate functional assessments of behavior and behavior intervention plans that address students’ inappropriate behaviors and provide a means to help the students become more academically successful. The behavior intervention consultant also provides classroom and school-wide behavior management strategies.

 

The behavior intervention consultant uses training and skills to effect positive behavioral change in students; provide referrals to families and/or outside agencies; assist with student IEPs; advise special and regular education teachers; and ensure that work activities comply with all relevant policies, regulations and/or procedures.

 

The behavior intervention consultant performs the following essential job functions:

 

1.     Acts as a liaison between the District, assigned students, parents and the mental health community to support individual student goals.

2.     Conducts professional development activities to assist District staff in developing skills and establishing effective relationships with students.

3.     Participates in IEP meetings as needed and/or assigned to assist in establishing effective student goals.

4.     Assists with the completion of functional behavioral assessments to ensure accurate student placement, effective IEP objectives, and compliance with mandated requirements.

5.     Follows legal, ethical and professional practices. 

 

Applicants for this position must hold one of the following certifications in Kansas:

 

·       Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW or TLMSW)

·       Licensed Specialist Clinical Social Worker (LSCSW or TLSCSW)

·       Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA or BCBA-D) from the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB)

·       Behavior Analyst (BA) or Psychologist (LP) by the Behavior Sciences Regulatory Board

 

Application process:

 

Complete the online application here on the kansasteachingjobs website and submit to us.

 

The following documents are also needed for your application to be considered complete and eligible to advance through the screening/interview/hiring process.

  • Letter of Interest
  • Copy of current resume, complete with the names and current contact information of at least three references
  • Copy of all university transcripts
  • Copy of current license/certification or verification that Kansas licensure is in process

 

If you are unable to attach these items, you may email them to lkisner@rcec610.com, fax them to 620-663-1275 or mail them to Director of Special Education, Reno County Education Cooperative, 2500 E 30th Ave, Hutchinson, KS 67502. Please call Lena at 620-663-7178 should you have additional questions about the application process.

 

A more complete job description for the position is available upon request.

Reno County Education Cooperative USD 610

Reno County Education Cooperative USD 610

Reno County Education Cooperative USD 610

Reno County Education Cooperative USD 610
Single health benefit paid by the district. Professional development opportunities. Tuition reimbursement program for qualified applicants. KPERS retirement benefit. Section 125 plan which includes optional insurances and flexible spending. Placement on the salary schedule based on education and years of experience.
Job Start Date: August-1-2019
Applications Due By: March-1-2019

Job Contact Information

Lena Kisner - lkisner@rcec610.com - 620-663-7178

Employer Information

Reno County Education Cooperative USD 610 www.rcec610.com

 

Reno County Education Cooperative (RCEC) is a progressive, team oriented interlocal providing special education services to students in the school districts of Buhler, Nickerson-South Hutchinson, Haven, Fairfield and Pretty Prairie. The RCEC office is located in Hutchinson, Kansas which is in the south-central part of the state. RCEC serves students from birth to 21 by providing both direct and indirect educational services.  RCEC offers a continuum of educational services and partners with other school districts for early childhood programming and alternative education. RCEC employs over 250 licensed staff and paraeducators.  RCEC offers competitive salaries and health benefits, tuition reimbursement for qualified applicants, and district-sponsored professional development.


Employer Address: 2500 East 30th Avenue Hutchinson, Kansas


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