Student Behavior Support 2 (Mt. View Elementary)

Corvallis, OR, US
Jun 04, 2021
Grade Level
Elementary School
Position Type:
Student Behavior/Student Behavior Support 2

Date Posted:

Mountain View Elementary School

Closing Date:
Open until filled

Student Behavior Support 2

Hours: 7 hours per day
Rate: $18.26 per hour (note: this is the 2020-21 rate, 2021-22 rate TBD)
FLSA Status: Non-exempt (Classified)
Contract Status: Regular/Probationary
Start Date: August 31, 2021
Calendar: 179 workday
Retirement Contribution: Corvallis School District participates in the Oregon Public Employee Retirement System (PERS and OPSRP) on behalf of its employees. Upon eligibility, the district contributes 6% of an employee's salary to their Individual Account Program (IAP). Eligibility is defined as working at least six full calendar months in a qualifying position. Part-time employees working at least six months and 600 hours in a calendar year will qualify.
Notes: This is a brief description/summary of the position. Please see attached to view the full job description. Open until filled with earliest review of applications on June 11, 2021.

Purpose: To assist in and improve the development, coordination, performance and tracking of student behavior management and provide instructional services to students. Involves complex and extensive knowledge of behavior management problems and solutions.

Essential Dutie and Responsibilities:
  • Supports building/district behavior management program and related school policies/procedures by working with other staff members, students, and parents, in a manner consistent with administrative direction.Provides consultation and/or technical assistance to staff regarding behavior intervention strategies.Responds to calls for assistance when behavior problems develop and works with students to promote positive behavior.Instructs students in small groups and one-on-one settings, teaching behavioral strategy during instructional activity as necessary to achieve goals and objectives.Helps students develop positive interpersonal relationships with peers and adults; promoting safety of the students by helping them develop self-confidence.Provides education regarding appropriate interpersonal actions such as responding to discipline problems or acting as a role model.Responds to the community, developing contacts and resources available to students.Attends in-service and workshop training related to area of assignment; applying training to instructional responsibilities.Develops and tracks the use of behavior support materials for students.Uses independent judgment in response to incidents involving, violation of school rules, conflict among students or in relation to the school's behavior program between students and staff in a way that all parties will feel respected, heard, and able to work together for resolution.Under the direction of an administrator, imposes student discipline following the guidelines of the district/building behavior management plan and attendance policy.Under the direction of an administrator, communicates with staff, students, and parents about student behavior and attendance issues in a manner consistent with district policies and procedures.Arranges and facilitates meetings among parents, staff, and students, when appropriate, to clarify behavior expectations, as well as identify and resolve issues.In collaboration with a school team develops individual behavior/attendance plans to encourage students to handle conflicts by teaching alternative resolution methods.Serves as lead worker to other classified staff, as assigned, in a manner that promotes team development and effective work.Works collaboratively with administrators and all staff members to enforce positive behavior among students.Observes, interprets and records data involving behavior data and interprets data for behavior team meetings.Member of the school behavior support team i.e. PBIS.Maintains, stores, and retrieves information in a timely, accurate, and efficient manner using standard office systems, equipment and software.Supervises students outside the classroom, as assigned, to support the district/building's discipline and instructional program.Provides other related services as assigned.

Note: The above description is illustrative of tasks and responsibilities. It is not meant to be all inclusive of every task or responsibility. To view the full job description, please see the attached document.

  • An associate's (or higher) degree, two years post secondary study, or a passing score on a district approved assessment.
  • Ability to understand and implement the school/program's student discipline/attendance polices and manage student behavior effectively.Ability to interact effectively and collaboratively with individuals and groups of all ages using conflict resolution skills in response to crisis situations.Ability to communicate with credibility and confidence, both orally and in writing, consistent with the level of responsibility for this position.Ability to formulate and implement ideas for development of individual behavior management and attendance plans.Ability to understand and apply discipline procedures, including suspension and expulsion, of students with disabilities.Working knowledge of instructional and behavioral management and modification theory and techniques for students.Ability to collect, record, store, retrieve, assimilate, organize, and utilize information and records efficiently in support of school behavior management and attendance programs.Ability to independently plan, organize, and carry out work assignments, and to plan and direct the work of assigned staff or students.Ability to obtain specialized training and/or certification as required.Ability to travel among district facilities as needed; if driving, the ability to meet district driving standards.Standard First Aid certification, or the ability to obtain certification within two months of hire, may be required.


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