First review date of applications is October 15, 2013
Salary range (annual, pro-rated for half time): $35,307 - $48,568
The Response to Instruction and Intervention Coordinator will lead the technical support for computer-based interventions and data programs (AIMSweb). This includes writing required reports, evaluating data, assisting with universal screening implementation and progress monitoring related to RTI.
Education : Bachelor’s degree in education or related field required. (transcripts or diploma must be attached to application as evidence)
Experience : Two years demonstrated experience to include budget management, collecting and compiling data, and collaborating and coordinating with multiple stakeholders required. Experience in a K-12 educational setting preferred.
Skills : Strong verbal and written communication skills; proficient in use of various software programs to include spreadsheets, databases, word processing, and accounting to facilitate working with RTI budget. Strong record keeping and time management skills.
Knowledge : Working knowledge of PLC concepts, curriculum, teaching strategies, and the RTI requirements for schools and district s .
Abilities : Ability to follow the requirements and reporting processes for district, state, federal guidelines related to RTI to collect data on the work performed, and to meet necessary deadlines. Ability to work effectively with school principals, central office staff, RTI assistants, academic intervention aides, instructional support tutors, and other relevant RTI partners. Planning and organizing are critical abilities.
Technology : Ability to manage technical support for AIMSweb and computer-based interventions.
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