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Oregon MTSS Regional Coach (Part-Time)

Organization: 
Multnomah Education Service District

Go to our job posting for more information and a link to apply: https://multnomah.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=3998

Instructional Coach Primary Role:
The primary role of the Oregon MTSS Regional Coach is to support the implementation of Oregon’s Multi-Tiered System of Support Framework in assigned districts, also known as Local Education Agencies (LEAs), through building the capacity of the educational community to engage in this work. The focus of increasing student achievement and outcomes is at the core of all work. In order to achieve this, coaches can expect to fluidly serve in the following roles as determined by the needs within their LEAs.
- Data Coach: To ensure that student achievement data is used to drive decisions at all levels.
- Resource Provider: To expand the use of a variety of resources to improve instruction and implementation at all levels
- Learning Facilitator: To support the design of collaborative, job embedded, standards-based professional learning
- District Leader: To work collaboratively with others to plan, implement, and assess school change initiatives to ensure alignment with and focus on intended results, and to monitor transfer of practice from professional development into action
- Change Catalyst: To create disequilibrium with the current state as an impetus to explore alternatives to current practice
- Learner: To constantly seek to become better at what he/she does
- Classroom Supporter: To increase the quality and effectiveness of classroom instruction
-Partner: To work with LEA partner coaches to further the development of coaching skills in all parties

Minimum Requirements:
1. Successfully complete a background check
2. Ability to travel between worksites
3. Ability to travel to ODE MTSS training events
4. Completion of a Master’s degree or higher in a field related to education
5. Three years of experience as a classroom teacher
6. Two years of experience serving in a leadership role (may include as a teacher leader, administrator, program administrator, instructional coach, or other role requiring significant leadership skills.)