MTSS Coordinator

St. Xavier High School

Description: The MTSS Coordinator will assist the faculty, staff and administration with students who have been identified as needing Tier 2 intervention services/accommodations in order to facilitate academic and overall school success. The MTSS Coordinator is a 10-month position that is a direct report to the Assistant Principal for Academics.

Overall Responsibilities:
The MTSS Coordinator will oversee Tier 2 targeted supports for students, as well as manage and supervise adult tutors in the Learning Center. They will be responsible for direct instruction in the area of Executive Function skills as it relates to and/or team referrals. Through coordinated efforts with classroom teachers, school counselors, the School Psychologist, and the Assistant Principal for Academics, the MTSS Coordinator will assist with collection and management of data to identify at-risk students and monitor student progress.

Primary Responsibilities:
 Work collaboratively with classroom teachers helping to interpret the strengths and needs of students, assisting with classroom intervention strategies, and helping students with regular classroom assignments.
 Develop and implement instruction for individual/group interventions which address challenges related to improving students’ overall academic success, especially Executive Function skills.
 Obtain and manage student specific educational data to determine needs and targeted interventions.
 Work collaboratively with student support staff.
 Communicate regularly with parents and staff regarding educational needs of students.
 Assist students in making realistic assessments of their abilities and in establishing educational goals.
 Deliver professional growth/staff development activities (i.e. in-service, workshops, one-on-one).
 Complete and distribute quarterly progress reports to faculty, school counselors, and families.
 Refer students to tutoring and/or academic coaching sessions as needed.

Job Qualifications:
 Experience in specially designed instruction and response to intervention
 Strong knowledge of understanding, teaching, and remediating Executive Function deficits
 Strong organizational skills and record keeping
 Knowledge of accommodation plans
 Excellent verbal and written communication skills
 Strong content knowledge in one or more content areas
 Strong ability to gather, analyze, and interpret student data to make sound educational decisions
 Exhibit flexibility regarding decision-making, daily challenges, and job duties
 Demonstrate a strong sense of integrity
 Bachelor’s Degree required/Master’s Degree recommended

 Maintain records as required
 Ability to effectively communicate with parents and staff
 Maintain appropriate confidentiality about students, school, and staff
 Manage time and other resources to meet the needs of all assigned students
 Proficient use of a laptop computer (PC), Microsoft Office Suite, especially Excel and Google Sheets.

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Application deadline is April 16, 2021.

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