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School Improvement and Operations Assistant - Student Discipline/Intervention

Gwinnett Daily Post

License and Certification Qualifications: None required.

Education Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent required. Bachelor's degree in related field preferred.

Experience Qualifications: Four years experience in an administrative environment required. Experience in information management and discipline preferred.

Skills Qualifications: Ability to continuously deliver exemplary customer service and support to all; ability to excel in stressful situations; exceptional oral and written communication skills; strong organizational and time management skills; ability to exercise independent judgment and meet deadlines; ability to troubleshoot and solve problems; ability to deal with problems involving a few concrete variables in standardized situations; flexibility and adaptability to change; ability to work as part of a team; and excellent computer skills with a working knowledge of Microsoft Office programs, including Excel, Word, Lotus Notes, and Peoplesoft.

Primary Responsibilities: Assist in all aspects of the Office of Student Discipline and Behavioral Interventions, including, but not limited to, supporting the implementation of the Positive Behavior Interventions and Support (PBIS) Framework, Restorative Practices Implementation, and De-escalation Training; serving and supporting all in order to keep the focus on teaching and learning; school discipline and data reporting, the disciplinary tribunal process, Board of Education and State of Georgia disciplinary appeals, maintaining accurate and comprehensive tribunal records, communicating via official tribunal result documentation, and facilitating training and timely instruction for Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) discipline employees.

1. Staff Development Training
a. Lead and facilitate county-wide professional development to train and update discipline clerks in the district.
b. Develop an agenda and training materials for the training of the district discipline clerks.
c. Work daily with individual schools to assist and ensure the discipline data is entered and maintained correctly in the Student Information System (SIS).
d. Compose, schedule, coordinate and input staff development in Professional Development and Education (PD&E) for the Office of Student Discipline and Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS).
e. Ensure that all communication on the eCLASS Student Discipline Communication Center and Lotus Notes Database is accurate and up-to-date.

2. Scheduling of all disciplinary hearings for the district.
a. Ensure accurate and timely scheduling of disciplinary hearings per county and state laws and regulations.
b. Communicate with school administrators regarding the scheduling of disciplinary hearings.
c. Document that schools have delivered all required information to the Office of Student Discipline & Behavioral Interventions prior to the hearing's scheduled date.
d. Prepare disciplinary hearing documentation in informational packets for the hearing officer prior to the hearing.
e. Communicate in a knowledgeable, courteous, and efficient manner with parents regarding disciplinary hearing inquiries.
f. Communicate with school personnel regarding the scheduling of disciplinary hearings.
g. Prepare and distribute correspondence to parents, school principals, and other designated administrators regarding decisions of disciplinary hearings.
h. Enter hearing data to maintain monthly discipline reports for each month's Board meeting.
i. Assist school administration and clerical personnel in the preparation of school's documentation for hearings.
j. Notify and schedule Board attorneys of disciplinary hearings when counsel represents a student.
k. Schedule and coordinate a special education representative to be in attendance when a school has scheduled a hearing for a student with a disability.
l. Assist in answering questions and gathering information regarding students who receive the GIVE Center option.
m. Maintain all records and recordings regarding disciplinary hearings.
n. Arrange and schedule interpreters needed for parents/students needing language assistance.

3. Assist with the disciplinary hearing appeal.
a. Coordinate timely disposition of hearings appealed to the Board of Education (BOE).
b. Arrange transcriptions of hearings for state appeals.
c. Prepare all pertinent data, including audio recordings and other technology equipment for the Board's review within the time limit constraints set by the state.
d. Prepare all correspondence to parents and school administrators regarding appeal proceedings and disposition of appeals.
e. Coordinate documentation required for all hearings to state BOE in a timely manner with the Board attorney.
f. Maintain all records for disciplinary appeals.

4. Assist with the In-School Suspension (ISS) process.
a. Assist the Director of Student Discipline & Behavioral Interventions in preparation of in-service materials.
b. Coordinate correspondence to all ISS personnel at the local schools.

5. Complete other administrative tasks for the department.
a. Process miscellaneous payroll for hearing participants.
b. Monitor the budget for the Office of Student Discipline & Behavioral Interventions.
c. Assist in the preparation and revision of forms for the Office of Student Discipline & Behavioral Interventions.
d. Maintain a daily schedule of Director and Assistant Director(s).
e. Complete clerical tasks for the Director, Assistant Director(s), Coordinators and Hearing Officers of the Office Student Discipline and Behavior Interventions.
f. Communicate with school administrators regarding disciplinary questions.
g. Assist with the preparation of in-service materials for Discipline Coordinators meetings, New Assistant Principal meetings, Hearing Officer Training, Teacher Professional Development classes, Community Outreach Workshops for Parents, etc.

6. Perform other duties as assigned.

Physical Demands:
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit for extended periods of time. Employee is also required to talk, hear, stand, and walk. The employee may be required to use hands to finger, handle, feel, and/or reach. Employee is occasionally required to stoop, kneel, or crouch. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Nov 10, 2022. Gwinnett County Public Schools Jobs from GA Job Source

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