AT-RISK YOUTH COORDINATOR
The At-Risk Youth Coordinator will be responsible for overseeing all expulsion students and ensuring access to academics, community service and counseling sessions as outlined in the conditions of the individual student's program. The At-Risk Youth Coordinator will inform parents of community resources and services available for at-risk youth.
GENERAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The At-Risk Youth Coordinator will perform the following duties in cooperation with, and under the direction of the Director of Pupil Personnel and school-based administration.
1.) Responsible for the expulsion program at Washington Middle School site.
2.) Ensure the implementation of the expelled student's academic program.
3.) Assist in coordinating community service opportunities for expelled students.
4.) Assist students in completing community service as outlined by the Board of Education
5.) Implement verbal management and de-escalation techniques.
6.) Support students in the acquisition of appropriate social, behavioral and academic skills.
7.) Participate in meetings involving students as appropriate or assigned by supervisors.
8.) Communicate appropriately with students and staff regarding students' academic program and transitions back to school from the expulsion program.
9.) Serve as a liaison to the Meriden Juvenile Assistance and Diversion Board for Meriden students.
10.) Participate in staff training in the area of behavior management.
11.) Participate in crisis management as appropriate.
12.) Participate in PPTs and child study teams as appropriate.
13.) Work cooperatively with the Family-School Liaison Coordinator to synchronize efforts with families of at-risk youth who are on expulsion.
14.) Perform all other duties as assigned by the Behavior Analyst and/or the Director of Pupil Personnel.
Minimum of a Bachelor's Degree required
SALARY AND WORKING CONDITIONS:
190 work days at 7.5 hours a day
The position pays up to $42,750/year commensurate with experience.
The position comes with 15 sick days and 2 personal days.
The Meriden Board of Education is an equal employment opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, age, sex, disability, national origin, marital, gender identity or expression, veteran or other protected class status under applicable law in any of its education programs, activities or employment policies.