Certified - School Administrator - Other (Administrative)
The Climate and Culture Specialist will play a critical role in improving student performance in a low performing school by creating, managing, and maintaining the school’s culture of positive learning and high expectations. The Climate and Culture Specialist provides effective leadership in the organization, administration, and supervision of student management, PBIS support, student safety and student discipline.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:Other duties may be assigned.
Develops and implements a plan for the implementation of the IPS Code of Conduct including but not limited to:
Implementation and progress monitoring of Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports (PBIS) System
Support and develop staff members in their implementation of classroom management systems aligned with PBIS Framework
Monitors behavioral and cultural indicators to ensure administration and staff remain focused upon instruction and learning in a positive environment
Provides leadership and monitors accountability of students' behavior
Ensures that students' ISPs are in compliance.
Ensures compliance with Student Code of Conduct
Demonstrates knowledge of RTI (Response To Intervention)
Communicate effectively with students, families, staff members, and building personnel.
Demonstrates a high level of support and enthusiasm for the IPS culture imperatives and core values.
Actively commits to and participate in professional development.
Preserves and protects opportunity and equity for all children.
Conduct walkthroughs and provide feedback and coaching support for teachers around school and classroom management systems (PBIS)
Provide professional development to school leaders, family and staff designed to increase their skill level in social and emotional supports for students
Professionally assumes other duties or responsibilities as directed.
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: Staff and assignments as assigned by the Principal
SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS:
Master's degree required. Building Level Administration Certification
Experience: A minimum of three (3) years teaching experience and experience in an administrative or supervisory capacity desired.
Successful experiences working with a diverse population of students and faculty.
Indiana License for Elementary School Administration and Supervision