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128 District Community Standards Coordinator

Position Title: District Community Standards Coordinator

Salary Range: $60,000-$70,000

Contract Length: This is a 12-month position

Immediate Supervisor: Director of System Supports, Department of Student Services 

Basic Function:  

  1. The District Community Standards Coordinator coordinates the suspension-expulsion hearing program and collaborates with district and building-level staff to provide Tier II and III interventions for currently enrolled SBCSC students. 
  2. The District Community Standards Coordinator coordinates the Evaluation Supports Panel process (ESP) through suspension-expulsion and/students’ achievement and social-emotional well-being.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Know and ensure that SBCSC complies with state federal laws related to suspension and expulsion for enrolled students. 
  2. Understand Title I schoolwide programs that serve all children for success in core instruction and the MTSS framework to support students, record academically and behaviorally.
  3. Understand the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA), Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), Indiana Due Process, and other state and SBCSC’s District Student Code of Conduct, including discipline and expulsion processes for students with 504, Individual Education Plan (IEP), and general education.
  4. Coordinate the Evaluation and Support Panel (ESP) and educate families on the Alternative to Expulsion (ATE) process. 
  5. Schedule Due Process hearings for suspended students pending expulsion. 
  6. Coordinate wraparound and diversion services for students in the Suspension–Expulsion phase with 

Oaklawn’s School-based Mental Health Liaison and ESP.

  1. Collaborate with the District Restorative Justice Coordinator, District Family and Community School Specialist (FACSS) administrators, social workers, counselors, and teachers and families to schedule student re-entry, repair of harm, and conflict resolution meetings.
  2. Facilitate the Alternative to Expulsion (ATE) waiver of due process rights with interested families.
  3. Monitor student and family progress data and compile and analyze data entry reports regularly. 
  4. Demonstrate courteous and cooperative behavior when interacting with students, families, community partners, and SBCSC staff, promoting equity, inclusion, and justice.
  5. Active participation in student/family meetings or Restorative Justice circles.
  6. Correspond with families, school personnel, community agency partners, record and record calls, letters, and email messages.
  7. Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Superintendent, Assistant Superintendent of Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion, and Director of Systems Support.

Basic Qualifications

  1. Master’s Degree in Social Work or Education or Psychology.
  2. Social Work License and School Social Work Certification or valid Indiana Teaching License.

Preferred Qualifications

  1. Master’s Degree in Special Education preferred.
  2. Administrative license.
  3. Experience in Restorative Justice and Trauma-informed practices.
  4. The candidate must have experience working with children and families related to education, human services, sociology, or psychology.
  5. Demonstrate the ability to collaborate with a team of professionals, problem-solve issues, organize events, meet deadlines, and interpret data. 
  6. The flexibility of schedule to implement evening meetings and events based on district, department, community programming needs. 
  7. Demonstrate ability to use computer technology to maintain records, create communication tools, and create and share monthly student progress reports. 
  8. Exceptional oral and written communication skills in working with multiple cultures and individuals in a variety of settings. 
  9. Excellent service orientation. 
  10. Exceptionally self-motivated and directed. 
  11. Availability for possible before or after-hours meetings with parents.
  12. On-call availability for emergencies. 
  13. Regular travel between buildings and external agencies.

Physical Demands:

Primary functions require sufficient physical ability and mobility to work in an office, dexterity of hands and fingers to operate a computer keyboard and other technologies and office equipment, sitting, standing, and walking for extended periods of time; kneeling; bending at the waist; lifting; pushing; pulling and carrying equipment, supplies, and materials weighing up to 25 pounds; repetitive hand movement and fine coordination to use a computer keyboard; emotional stability to work effectively under pressure and to keep all aspects of the job under control; hearing and speaking to exchange information in person, online, or over the telephone; seeing to read; prepare and assure the accuracy of documents. Must be able to handle multiple tasks and stressful situations. 

 

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