Provide analysis and behavior management plans for students. Provide support, professional learning, and training for administrators, teachers, staff, and parents regarding appropriate behavior intervention techniques. Conduct assessments and develops plans in alignment with state and federal law, IDEA, district policy, and other applicable laws, policies, and regulations to address and manage children with challenging behaviors.
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university in a job-related area
Master’s degree in Special Education, Applied Behavior Analysis, or related field
Board Certified Behavior Analyst Certification
Three (3) years’ experience specializing in adolescent behavior management, working with adults who support students with challenging behaviors, or related experience.
|Primary Location||Staff and Student Support Services|
|Salary Range||$62,681.00 - $75,067.00 / Salary|