About Belmont Charter Network
What makes us unique? Belmont Charter Network equips students with the knowledge and skills to succeed wherever their talents, diligence, and heart take them. Serving as a network of community schools, we strive to ensure that each child is healthy, safe, engaged, supported, and challenged. We believe that teaching and learning should be joyful!
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The role of the Behavior Support Specialist is to ensure students are upholding the behavior expectations of the school and assisting teachers and staff in this process, in accordance with the mission and standards of Belmont Charter Network. Work is performed under the supervision of the Head of School.
Duties and Responsibilities
Essential functions of the job may include but are not limited to the following:
-Supervise students both in groups and individually.
-Supervise the cafeteria during lunch and/or breakfast.
-Address student misbehavior in a pro-active and positive manner.
-Apply consequences and restorative conversations with student who are sent to behavior support office.
-Support students in de-escalating techniques.
-Support hallway transitions, help ensure students are meeting expectations.
-Support classroom teachers with their classroom management.
-Act as a support for specifically assigned students to assist the students in remaining on task and in control of themselves in the classroom.
-Coordinate with Kitchen staff to implement best routines and systems for student lunch/breakfast -Work with teachers, students, and staff to effectively and consistently implement the school wide behavior plan.
-Gather data regarding student behavior as requested by the Behavior Support Office. -Complete additional tasks as assigned by manger
-Provide support in the cafeteria, arrival, and dismissal
-Bachelor’s degree required
-Experience working in school settings
-Experience working with students with behavior challenges -Experience in managing students in large groups
-Good writing/communication skills
-Current Satisfactory Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance (Act 151), an acceptable Criminal Record Check from the Pennsylvania State Police (Act 34), and FBI criminal background check REQUIRED.
School TypePublic Charter