Assistant Program Coordinator
- Posted: 06/30/2017
- Location: Oregon or Washington
- Closing Date: open until filled
- Industry: Education, Training, Nonprofit
- Type: Full Time
The Northwest Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports Network (NWPBIS Network Inc.) is the PBIS Technical Assistance Center for the States of Oregon and Washington. We work with state agencies, PreK-12 districts, schools and community partners to provide training and technical assistance in the implementation of the Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) Framework.
Establish and sustain safe, positive and inclusive learning environments for all.
Under the direction of the Program Coordinator, develop and deliver professional development, training, and technical assistance to PreK-12 districts, schools and community partners implementing the PBIS Framework.
- Develop and delivery PBIS training modules.
- Create brochures, training materials, multimedia visual aids and presentations
- Provide virtual and onsite technical assistance and coaching.
- Manage assigned projects in designated content related to NWPBIS Network’s mission and Strategic Plan.
- Contribute to program development and innovation.
- Develop the capacity of coaches and district leadership teams implementing the PBIS Framework and use data-analysis for district and/or school improvement and planning.
- Participate in strategic planning for the growth and direction of NWPBIS Network Inc.
- Conduct external PBIS Framework implementation evaluations and work with partner districts and schools to ensure fidelity of implementation and best practice.
- Participate in the development of NWPBIS Network’s policy, funding, curriculum, research, and dissemination activities.
- Assist with event planning and onsite training and conference logistics.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Ability to deliver highly engaging training and presentations
- Ability to communicate well with various stakeholders, staff, and partners
- Positive attitude and willingness to be flexible
- Ability to work independently as well as engage in teamwork
- Ability and willingness to perform any and other duties as assigned
- Incorporate and model the PBIS and NWPBIS Network values
- Commit to establishing long term work relationships with stakeholders, staff, and our partners
- High level of organization, accuracy, and attention to detail
- Ability to efficiently manage multiple tasks with accuracy and respond to changing priorities
- Ability to adapt communication appropriately for purpose and audience
- Ability to work as part of the team, lead when appropriate, and accept feedback
- Professional appearance and demeanor
- Ability to travel (70%)
- Proficient in use of various office and training related technologies.
Bachelor Degree from an accredited university with an emphasis on education, social work, psychology, or related field.
- A minimum of 5 years combined experience providing training and technical assistance to local education agencies, and/or as a teacher or related service provider under a professional Educator License.
- Experience of training with PBIS, including school-wide, classroom, individual student behavior intervention plans, school improvement, and cultural diversity.
- Experience of curriculum design and implementation of staff development and school improvement activities.
- Experience of working with district level leadership teams providing school improvement strategic planning, progress monitoring, and support.
- Expertise in data-based decision making.
How to Apply
Send a resume and cover letter to:
For questions, please contact:
- Ewa Campbell
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: 503-726-5952