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Student Services Coordinator

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Crook County School District

JOB SUMMARY:
The Student Services Coordinator has a variety of student supervision responsibilities, specifically assigned in the overall operation of the school. The Student Services Coordinator assists the principals in coordinating the school program through student supervision and behavior management programs in the school. The Student Services Coordinator works under the super vision of the Assistant Principals.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Serve as a licensed team member focusing on proactive and positive interactions with students and the school community at-large.
2. Manage student supervision issues and enforce school behavioral expectations.
3. Conduct objective investigations in a timely manner to ensure issues are handled effectively and efficiently.
4. Counsel students and families about school and district policies.
5. Assist school team members and parents in developing and coaching student behavioral expectations.
6. Assist in the planning, development, and implementation and coaching of individual student behavior plans.
7. Serve as a resource to school team members in working through classroom management issues.
8. Assist in developing systems and programs to promote positive student behavior as well as explicit and intentional intervention strategies.
9. Coordinate alternative education placement for students.
10. Effectively communicate appropriate consequences for misbehavior.
11. Implement appropriate drug and alcohol interventions and interdiction strategies.
12. Provide monitoring and supervision of school facilities and activities which may include but not be limited to extracurricular and athletic events.
13. Knowledge and experience using PBIS.
14. Regular attendance is essential to meeting the essential functions.
15. Assist School Resource Officer (S.R.O.) as needed contacting and meeting with students and families.
16. Adhere to all Oregon Administrative Rules related to licensed educators. (See Addendum)
17. Other duties may be assigned as needs evolve.

MARGINAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Marginal duties of this position include the following. Employees in this position perform some or all of the following tasks. Other duties may be assigned.
1. Serve on building and District committees and councils.
2. Report issues to authorities as necessary, animal control, suspicious activity etc.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES
This position may supervise volunteers, student aides, and instructional assistants. All school employees have some responsibility for supervising students and assisting in maintaining a safe environment.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• Master's Degree in Education, Preliminary/Professional Administrative License, or currently enrolled in an Administrator License program.
• Must have valid TSPC Oregon teaching license.
• No less than three years classroom teaching experience at the secondary level.
• Submission of professional application materials.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• Master's Degree in Education, Preliminary/Professional Administrative License, or currently enrolled in an Administrative License program.
• Three or more year’s successful teaching experience.
• Experience as a High/Middle School Dean of Students and/or Leadership role.
• Experience advising middle or high school clubs/co-curricular activities.
• Experience working in the AVID Schoolwide System.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
• Interpersonal Skills: Works well with others from diverse backgrounds. Focuses on solving conflict; maintaining confidentiality; listening to others without interrupting; keeping emotions under control; remaining open to others' ideas and contributing to building a positive team spirit. Demonstrated ability to successfully work with adolescent students and public.
• Language Skills: Ability to communicate fluently verbally and in writing in English. Ability to respond to common inquiries or complaints from students, parents, staff or members of the community. Ability to draft simple correspondence and some routine reports. Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions and procedure manuals.
• Mathematical Skills: Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide. Ability to perform these operations using units of American money and weight measurement, volume and distance.
• Reasoning Ability: Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations.
• Computer Skills: Ability to proficiently use the following programs strongly preferred: Synergy, Google Suite Apps. The ability to type accurately and proficiently.
• Other Skills and Abilities: Ability to appropriately communicate with students, teachers, parents, members of the community and others including vendors, law enforcement and other agencies. Ability to exercise good judgment and work in an environment with constant interruptions.
• Certificates, Licenses, Registrations: Licenses as determined by the District including, a valid Oregon Driver License and ability to obtain a valid CPR/First Aid card.
The Competent Educator (OAR 584-020-0010)
The educator demonstrates a commitment to:
1) Recognize the worth and dignity of all persons and respect for each individual;
2) Encourage scholarship;
3) Promote democratic and inclusive citizenship;
4) Raise educational standards
5) Use professional judgment; and
6) Promote equitable learning opportunities.

The Ethical Educator (OAR 584-020-0035)
The ethical educator is a person who accepts the requirements of membership in the teaching profession and acts at all times in ethical ways. In so doing the ethical educator considers the needs of the students, the district, and the profession.
1) The ethical educator, in fulfilling obligations to the student, will:
a. Keep the confidence entrusted in the profession as it relates to confidential information concerning a student and the student's family;
b. Refrain from exploiting professional relationships with any student for personal gain, or in support of persons or issues; and
c. Maintain an appropriate professional student-teacher relationship by:
(A) Not demonstrating or expressing professionally inappropriate interest in a student's personal life;
(B) Not accepting or giving or exchanging romantic or overly personal gifts or notes with a student;
(C) Reporting to the educator's supervisor if the educator has reason to believe a student is or may be becoming romantically attached to the educator; and
(D) Honoring appropriate adult boundaries with students in conduct and conversations at all times.
2) The ethical educator, in fulfilling obligations to the district, will:
a. Apply for, accept, offer, or assign a position of responsibility only on the basis of professional qualifications, and will adhere to the conditions of a contract or the terms of the appointment;
b. Conduct professional business, including grievances, through established lawful and reasonable procedures;
c. Strive for continued improvement and professional growth;
d. Accept no gratuities or gifts of significance that could influence judgment in the exercise of professional duties; and
e. Not use the districts or school's name, property, or resources for non-educational benefit or purposes without approval of the educator's supervisor or the appointing authority.
3) The ethical educator, in fulfilling obligations to the profession, will:
a. Maintain the dignity of the profession by respecting and obeying the law, exemplifying personal integrity and honesty;
b. Extend equal treatment to all members of the profession in the exercise of their professional rights and responsibilities; and
c. Respond to requests for evaluation of colleagues and keep such information confidential as appropriate.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to walk; sit; use hands for fine manipulation, handle or feel and reach with hands and arms using a keyboard and video display terminal. The employee is frequently required to stand and stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl and climb stairs. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 15 pounds and occasionally up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision.

Work Environment
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

The work environment is in a school that combines standard office setting including standard office equipment (fax, copier, phone, computer, 10-key, etc.) with the standard school setting. The noise level in the work environment is usually low to moderate and occasionally high. May be exposed to bloodborne pathogens.

Note: This is not necessarily an exhaustive or all-inclusive list of responsibilities, skills, duties, requirements, efforts, functions, or working conditions associated with the job. This job description is not a contract of employment or a promise or guarantee of any specific terms or conditions of employment. The school district may add to, modify, or delete any aspect of this (or the position itself) at any time as it deems advisable.