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Foxborough Regional Charter School Behavior Interventionist, (District K12) [SY22-23] in Foxborough, Massachusetts

Foxborough Regional Charter School is committed to creating a work environment that celebrates and promotes diversity, and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. District / School Overview One of the exciting aspects of working here is our student diversity. Drawing 1,700 students from our large geographic region, we bring students and families from various backgrounds, ethnicities, and experiences into three vibrant school communities (Elementary, Middle & High School). Our families speak over 20 languages and live in more than 20 sending districts. With diversity as one of our greatest strengths, it drives positive student learning and life at our school. At FRCS we have a commitment to equity and inclusion and we have made a commitment to hire and retain a diverse staff and employees who are committed to antiracist curriculum and ideals. The High School at FRCS is populated by 360 students and 36 talented and dedicated teachers and classroom staff. The FRCS course catalog represents our commitment to providing rigorous, varied, robust learning for all students, driven by teachers' and students' strengths and interests. Learners are afforded in-school opportunities to participate in co-curricular and extracurricular programming. Our faculty takes pride in being collegial, congenial, and student-centered. Come join us! Job Summary: The Behavior Interventionist is responsible for implementing the school wide plan for creating a positive culture of behavior in the school in accordance with Foxborough Regional Charter School’s Code of Conduct. Responsibilities: Provide and supervise in a fair and consistent manner a positive behavior system with high standards, consistent with philosophy, values, and mission of the school. Supports scholars by being highly visible throughout the building and grounds before and after school, during lunch periods, LEGO block, Flex block, etc. and while students are transitioning between classes. Collaborate with teachers, faculty, counselors, parents, etc. in the implementation of a school-wide plan for creating a positive culture of behavior in the school. Proactively promote positive school culture by providing a warm, inviting, yet firm environment where students feel safe, welcome, and aware of the expectations. Assist in protecting the safety, health, and welfare of the student body. Promote student understanding of both their rights and responsibilities as school and community citizens Assist in developing programs to promote positive student behavior Help resolve concerns that may impede student learning and/or participation in school activities Maintain accurate and up-to-date records of student behavior information and provide monthly reports to Dean of Students. Collaborate with the Dean of Students to organize and track student attendance. Communicate with parents regarding tardy/attendance related issues. Coordinate home visits to students who have severe attendance problems. Counsel students in matters of attendance, tardiness, and poor choices made, and make every effort to gain their cooperation. Maintain attendance for students. General Expectations: Manage oneself by being organized, prepared, and punctual Manage resources, meet deadlines, follow through on commitments Act in ways that directly support the mission and vision of FRCS Learn and grow as a professional Use clear verbal and written communication and active listening skills Develop and maintain rapport and effective relationships with young children and adults contacted in carrying out duties and responsibilities by using courtesy, diplomacy, collaboration, cooperation and professional conduct Contribute to the goals and success of all teams and team members through collaboration, cooperation, and flexibility in team discussions, activities, and decision-making Maintain high ethical standards, legal responsibility, and confidentiality Qualifications- Required: Education: Hold a Bachelor’s degree. Ability to demonstrate competency and sensitivity within a very diverse student body. Effective communication and organizational skills Current authorization to work in the United States - Candidates must have such authorization by their first day of employment. Qualifications- Preferred: Experience working in an urban school district 2 years of relevant experience Experience with Restorative Justice and Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports CPI experience

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