Job Opportunities > Federal Programs/ MTSS Coordinator – Reynoldsburg City Schools

Federal Programs/ MTSS Coordinator – Reynoldsburg City Schools

Start Date

04/24/2024

 

Duties
Job Title: Federal Programs/ MTSS Coordinator

Reports to: Director of Curriculum and Instruction

Contract Length: 252 Days

Exempt/Non-Exempt: Exempt

Department: Administrative

Reynoldsburg City Schools is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

Primary Job Function:

The Reynoldsburg City Schools Federal Programs/ MTSS Coordinator will provide leadership oversight of federal programs and grants, and assist in all MTSS procedures across the district. The Federal Programs/ MTSS Coordinator will administer, coordinate, and implement all federal programs which include ensuring compliance. They will also plan, organize, and develop districtwide MTSS support.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Primary functions may include the following duties, responsibilities, skills, abilities, and other characteristics. This list of tasks is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY and is not intended to be a comprehensive listing of tasks performed by all positions within this classification.

FEDERAL PROGRAMS

Leadership

– Responsible for the leadership in managing, preparing, inputting and monitoring all Federal and State program requirements associated with state and federal programs
– Responsible for leading the development of new federal and state funded programs
– Responsible for leading and providing the use of research-based teaching strategies and best practices to address the needs of teachers and to work towards school goals
– Responsible for evaluating programs and using data to make programming and budgeting decisions
– Provides leadership and direction for all state and federal programs, to include grant writing and submission, program implementation, budgeting and reporting
– Responsible for data analysis and data submission
– Maintains confidentiality of federal programs records

Communication and Support

– Responsible for supporting nonpublic schools in evaluating and providing services available under ESSA Title Funds which include:
– Title I-A
– Title II-A
– Title III-A
– Title IV-A
– IDEA-B
– Responsible for supporting the collection, curating and submission of documentation for nonpublic equitable services.
– Responsible for coordinating extended learning opportunities for students, parents, and teachers
– Responsible for submitting District CCIP and Federal Program documentation
– Responsible for disseminating information regarding Title I programming requirements to administrators
– Responsible for analyzing data and assisting Principals and teachers with interpretation to measure and improve student achievement -and program effectiveness
– Responsible for developing the necessary lines of communication to ensure smooth and efficient management of grant applications, amendments, sub recipient agreements, and associated funds

MTSS

Leadership

– Plans, organizes, and develops districtwide multi-tiered systems of support including working across departments to create a districtwide strategic plan for MTSS in tiers I, II, and III
– Facilitates professional development with staff and administration
– Expands access to research-based tiered interventions
– Coaches and supports MTSS teams in their design and implementation data-based shifts related to student needs
– Works collaboratively with multiple leadership teams in the District to support their needs for implementation
– Develops protocols for intervention referral processes
– Keeps up to date on laws and regulations regarding state and federal programs with training, process, and alignment with legal guidelines for practice
– Coordinates and monitors MTSS-related grant and partnership requirements
– Provides leadership in matters of ethics and confidentiality at the school site

Communication and Support

– Consults and collaborates with teachers, parents, and administrators to find effective solutions to learning and behavior needs, and expands educational interventions to mitigate special education over identification and disproportionality
– Assists school staff and teams to understand adolescent development and how it affects learning and behavior
– Builds and strengthens working relationships between teachers, parents, partners, and service providers in the community
– Supports buildings with legal guidelines for standardized testing accommodations

Budget/ Finance

– Plans, administers and monitors all federal budgets including state and federal grants in collaboration with administration
– Develops, monitors, supervises and manages all aspects of the annual budgets for federal programs; and coordinates budget requests with individual schools relative to state and federal programs

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

– Knowledge of basic budgeting principles
– Knowledge of recent developments, current literature and informational resources in the field. Expert knowledge of state and federal l-laws and regulations of federal programming policies and procedures for the assigned institutions and respective level of education
– Knowledge of ethical guidelines applicable to the position
– Knowledge of mental health systems, structures, programs, services, and resources in schools
– Knowledge of curriculum design, planning, development, implementation, and evaluation
– Skilled in effective listening and communication
– Skilled at presenting information professionally, concisely, and effectively, both verbally and in writing
– Skilled at providing sound judgment
– Skilled at attending to detail at the highest level
– Skills in organization, time management, task prioritization and recordkeeping
– Ability to plan, organize, and oversee assigned work programs, including monitoring work schedules and work performance
– Ability to work well under pressure and use sound judgment, including appropriate handling of confidential matters
– Ability to provide guidance and direction to staff and promote a team environment
– Ability to facilitate and promote conflict resolution
– Ability to interact positively and effectively with, students, staff, and administrators
– Ability to use computers and/or electronic equipment to fulfill job functions
– Ability to suggest appropriate and effective interventions for pupils from diverse populations

Physical Demands & Working Conditions:

– Physical Demands – While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to communicate with others. The employee is required to sit or stand and move around for extended periods of time. While performing the duties of this job the employee must be able to push, pull, lift and carry over 25 pounds on occasion.
– Working Conditions – The employee in this position may experience occasional exposure to blood, bodily fluids and tissue. The employee may also be required to interact with unruly children.
– Driving Requirement – This position may require driving.

The physical demands described here are a representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions in keeping with law.

This job description is subject to change and in no manner states or implies that these are the only duties and responsibilities to be performed by the employee. The employee will be required to follow the instructions and perform the duties required by the employee’s supervisor and or appointing authority.

Primary Location: DISTRICT
Salary Range: ADMINISTRATIVE
Shifty Type: 1.0 FTE

 

Experience Required
Minimum Qualifications:

– Three (3) to five (5) years’ experience in education
– Bachelor’s degree in Education or related field
– Valid Ohio teaching license
– Experience with federal programs/ grants management

Preferred Qualifications:

– Master’s degree in Education or related field
– Administrative license

 

Approximate Work Hours or Days
252

 

How to Apply
Please use the following link to apply:
https://reyn.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=891

 

Posting End Date
04/12/2024

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