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Compass Community Schools is seeking a behavior aide for our Binghampton campus for the 2023-2024 school year.
Under the direction of the classroom teacher, the Behavior Aide will provide support to all the students and support the behavior interventions. The Behavior Aide will implement comprehensive positive behavioral support plans and effective behavior management strategies; deliver instructions; participate as a team member of the educational team, and help design and implement all components of the student’s individual program.
Functions & Duties:
Implement behavior strategies
Implement Behavior Strategic Plan/Behavior Intervention Plan
Supervise students throughout the school day in classrooms, during educational activities, and during recess and lunch periods
Assist the classroom teacher in all aspects of classroom instruction and behavior support
Consult and collaborate with site staff
Assist in student assessments as appropriate
Participate in IEP meetings as appropriate
Maintain appropriate documentation, records, and reports
Participate in developing data collection systems, and monitor data collection to ensure the success of the behavior plan
Prior experience with observation of behavior, creating behavior interventions and implementing behavior interventions
Willingness to to participate in Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI)
Basic concepts of child growth and development and developmental behavior characteristics, particularly pertaining to students with special learning needs
Behavior management strategies and techniques
Positive behavioral interventions and applied behavior analysis
Routine record storage, retrieval and management procedures
Experience & Education:
Any combination of education, training, and experience which demonstrates ability to perform the duties and responsibilities as described.
· Starting hourly rate of $15.00 per hour
In July 2019, Compass Community Schools opened six high-quality charter schools (five elementary and one high) in the Memphis community. Our vision is Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s ideal of education: “Intelligence plus character – that is the goal of true education.” This true education – provided within a supportive, joyful, and hopeful school culture – will prepare our students to be positive agents of change in our communities.