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SOCIAL EMOTIONAL COACH

  • Provide Character Strong and Purposefull People (school counseling curriculum) 2X a month in every classroom K-8th grade.

  • Connect with students daily and build positive relationships with students

  • Support school staff in delivering evidence-based small group interventions and individual counseling interventions

  • Assess student abilities, interests, and achievements to help them make decisions about their future

Indirect Student Services: 

  • Consult with teachers about building classroom connections and the role of noncognitive factors in student success

  • Collaborate with teachers on integrating Character Strong and Purposefull People into their daily routines

  • Support administrators, parents, teachers, and other school staff in identifying root causes of student behavioral issues and ways to meet students' social and emotional needs

  • Collaborate with parents, teachers, and the community to support student achievement

  • Provide once a month SEL information to staff during staff meetings

  • Provide support for students and families to school or community resources for additional assistance and information

  • Advise SJ23 during emergency and crisis situations and facilitate communication and collaboration with other CPS departments and government agencies

  • Provide regular updates to the School Leadership Team and staff 

  • Participate (when available) in a weekly professional learning communities led by teachers to build capacity and facilitate learning

  • Perform other responsibilities as assigned.

Qualifications

Type of Experience and Number of Years:

  • Experience (3-5 years minimum) working in or with adolescents and youth with a focus on social, emotional, and behavioral supports

  • Experience delivering evidence-based social, emotional or behavioral interventions 

 

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Outstanding knowledge of child development, social and environmental conditioning, cultural diversity, psychopathology and family systems

  • Ability to develop supportive consultative relationships with administrators, parents, classroom teachers, school-based mental health professionals, and other stakeholders

  • Knowledge of best practices in Multi-Tiered Systems of Support to meet students’ social and emotional needs

  • Skilled in the use of behavioral health assessments and progress monitoring data to drive critical conversations and planning

  • Ability to connect with school and/or community-based programming to offer fundamental social service or behavioral health services for children and families

  • Cultural competency and ability to navigate and promote sensitivity with issues of race and equity

  • Skilled multi-tasker and excellent time manager; ability to effectively achieve multiple goals and manage multiple projects simultaneously.

  • Strong analytical, time management, organizational and interpersonal skills

  • Passion and urgency for the critical need to address SEL and behavioral health to improve the lives of students and families

  • Proficiency in MS Office Suite (e.g., Outlook, Word, Excel and Powerpoint) and Google Drive

Compensation

Type
Annual
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Additional Information

Start Date
2020-12-01
Location
St. John XXIII Catholic School - Port Washington (H17)
Department
County
Ozaukee
Job Category
Schools - Guidance/Academic Support
Employment Type
Part Time
Notes

To Apply

Instructions
Please send your letter of interest, resume, Arch application and three letters of recommendation to Principal Kristi Klein at kklein@stjohn23rd.school.
Contact Name
Kristi Klein
Address
1802 N. Wisconsin St.
Port Washington, WI 53074
Phone
262-284-2682
Fax

Download an application:

General Application
Application for Teachers and Principals

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