Behavior Specialist – is responsible for their formation and behavior while at school and at all school sponsored activities. This includes their supervision, mentoring and discipline, as needed. The Behavioral Support Specialist is responsible for the day to day activities of the school. The Behavioral Support Specialist is expected to provide leadership on issues of student formation, behavior and parent involvement. The overarching goals of the position are to encourage and support positive student formation and behavior and to engage parents in the success of their children. Bachelor’s Degree in Education, three years’ successful teaching or prior job related experience with increasing levels of responsibilities in a school setting.
Pennsylvania Teacher’s Certificate encouraged. (Full-Time)