Supervisor: Site Principal
Work Periods: Full time, 12 month, Exempt
Direct Supervision Exercised: Intervention Teachers
Class: Certificated, Non-Teaching (the Intervention Coordinator will teach some Tier 3 intervention classes)
The Intervention Coordinator must believe deeply in the mission of CNCA, and must embrace the responsibility of ensuring that students from our low-income, primarily immigrant, linguistically diverse community can succeed. With the goal of closing the achievement gap within the student-body at Camino Nuevo-Burlington and between students from our community and others in higher-income areas, the Intervention Coordinator will support teacher-led differentiation in classrooms and design/manage the out-of-classroom interventions we are providing to our students who are below grade-level.
- Hire, train, support and evaluate Intervention Teachers – working to ensure that they are effectively addressing the core academic needs of their group and motivating them to participate.
- Analyze school-wide student achievement data to determine areas of need for intervention.
- Monitor intervention attendance, and collaborate with parents to ensure strong attendance
- Collaborate with Principal to coordinate and execute early intervention and targeted intervention programs through an RTI approach within the bilingual model
- Design effective structures for intervention within and outside of the general school day
- Will provide small group intervention classes to students throughout the school day
- Collaborate with teachers to develop intervention plans for students who are below grade-level and/or struggling with to meet teacher expectations
- Support the professional development of new and struggling teachers in their work with students who are below grade-level through systematic observation and feedback cycles, partnership with planning, and providing model lessons
- Facilitate Student Success Team (SST) meetings and ensure that next steps are accomplished.
- Monitor SST implementation to ensure student support
- Oversee data collection and progress monitoring at every tier
- Provide training and technical assistance at every tier
- Assist teachers and instructional staff in developing research based, instructional practices that support the development of children’s language, early literacy, and mathematical background knowledge and concept development
- Help teachers develop and implement classroom based, developmentally appropriate interventions for individual children and groups of children to enhance their acquisition of social/emotional and cognitive skills
- Hire and manage summer school staff
- Identify students for summer school; monitor attendance and progress
- Participate actively in school-wide events as a member of the Site Leadership Team
- Ensure fidelity of intervention services delivered through early intervention programs
- Research, identify, and maintain inventory of intervention materials
- Demonstrate the ability to analyze data and identify key areas for intervention
- Demonstrate the ability to motivate teachers to implement intervention strategies in their classrooms
- Ability to demonstrate leadership and project management skills needed to facilitate a group or project
- Extreme flexibility to accommodate multiple priorities and a strong work ethic to accommodate high level of responsibilities
- Demonstrate ability to work with students and to motivate and engage them in a positive way
- Exemplify the respect and humility required to work effectively with families and members of the community
- Demonstrate ability to develop and maintain positive, productive relationships with school staff
- Bilingual in Spanish
To apply please send resume and letter of interest to:
For more information www.caminonuevo.org and www.pueblonuevo.org
Camino Nuevo Charter Academy intends that all qualified person shall have equal opportunities for employment and promotion.