Iowa Department of Administrative Services Education Program Consultant (Bullying) in Des Moines, Iowa

Education Program Consultant (Bullying)

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Education Program Consultant (Bullying)

Salary

$57,283.20 - $88,587.20 Annually

Location

Des Moines - 50319 - Polk County, IA

Job Type

Full-time

Agency

282 Iowa Department of Education

Job Number

18-01769

Closing

5/6/2018 11:59 PM Central

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#LI-POST

Point of Contact

Kayli Burkhart at kayli.burkhart@iowa.gov

To Apply

To ensure full consideration for this position, all requested materials must be completed and uploaded through the TeachIowa.gov online application process. This position will remain open until May 6, 2018. For additional information regarding this position or application materials contact: Kayli Burkhart, Human Resources Associate Iowa Department of Education Grimes State Office Building 400 E 14th St Des Moines, IA 50319-0146

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Job Description

Candidates must follow the instructions in the "To Apply" section. Only applicants who meet the Minimum Qualification Requirements and meet all selective requirements will be placed on the eligible list.

The Iowa Department of Education is looking to fill an Education Program Consultant (Bullying) to assist the state. Candidate will participate as a member of the Department's Learning Supports work team to integrate statewide efforts related to social, emotional, behavioral well-being and mental health.

This work includes:

Engaging in collaborative work with other team members; participating in regular meetings; attending trainings and reviewing materials; participating in meetings and work with other state agencies;

Aligning bullying and Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) materials with other statewide efforts; and

Providing technical assistance and support for school counseling.

Support scaling and implementation of PBIS across the state. This includes participation in existing statewide collaborative implementation and scaling structures, including:

  • Facilitation of or membership on statewide development and delivery teams;

  • Providing technical assistance focusing on needs assessment, implementation, and evaluation of PBIS efforts; and

  • Using implementation science to support scaling and implementation efforts.

Coordinate statewide efforts that support implementation of Iowa's anti-bullying and harassment law including:

  • Providing technical assistance to schools

  • Responding to calls from constituents

  • Coordination of efforts with school improvement and equity consultants; and

  • Monitoring statewide bullying and harassment data.

Provide leadership to and professional development opportunities for statewide bullying support. Coordinate statewide bullying efforts with national efforts and represent the state at national events. Collaborate with the IDOE School Climate Transformation and Project AWARE grant work within PBIS/multi-tiered system of supports.

Coordination activities include:

  • Aligning bullying components within PBIS/multi-tiered model of support

  • Training key stakeholders; and

  • Evaluating the effectiveness of these integrated components.

8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Monday – Friday with some in and out of state travel, nights and weekends

Selectives

570 Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) Experience

Applicant should demonstrate a minimum of 6 months' experience, 12 semester hours, or a combination of both in the area of developing and implementing a multi-tiered system of support for school children. This includes experience in all of the following:

  • Evidence-Based Curriculum and Instruction shall be provided at the Universal level

  • Universal Screening shall be used three times per year

  • Evidence-based, instructional interventions at the Targeted and Intensive levels shall be provided to each

  • student who needs them

  • Progress Monitoring Data shall be collected and used to guide instruction

  • Data-Based Decision Making

Minimum Qualification Requirements

Applicants must meet at least one of the following minimum requirements to qualify for positions in this job classification:

  • Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university and five years of full-time post-graduate work experience in any one or a combination of the following areas:

  • Professional training, teaching, or counseling experience in an educational setting;

  • Professional administrative experience in an educational setting;

  • Professional personnel administration including such areas as job analysis, performance appraisal systems, selection devices, or labor relations;

  • Professional experience in a major technical program area utilized by the Iowa Department of Education or Board of Educational Examiners.

  • A combination of a total of five years of post-graduate education and full-time experience (as described in number one), where thirty semester hours of accredited post-graduate college or university course work equals one year of full-time experience.

  • Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Master's degree, possession of a valid Iowa Teaching Certificate, and three academic years of teaching and/or administrative experience in PK-12 and/or a post-secondary educational institution.

For additional information, please click on this link to view the job description.

Additional Qualification Requirements

DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS:

• Experience interpreting federal and state regulations, and researching and applying that to complex situations to recommend actions to educators for implementing PBIS inclusive of anti-bullying/harassment practices.

• Experience establishing project plans, including evaluation of progress, budgets, and program implementation, to support PBIS and anti-bullying/harassment projects.

• Leadership experience in supporting the inclusion of PBIS, inclusive of anti-bullying/harassment practices, in a comprehensive framework of learning supports.

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Agency

State of Iowa

Agency

282 Iowa Department of Education

Address

Grimes State Office Building400 E 14th StDes Moines, Iowa, 50319

Website

https://www.educateiowa.gov/