Instructional Supports Monitor (ISM)
Essential Duties and Responsibilities: shall include but is not limited to the following:
Collaborates with the Instructional Support Specialist and Coordinator of Instructional Supports to develop, implement, and revise behavior support programs
Monitors individual staff implementation of behavior programs
Ensures all staff have materials necessary for implementation of behavior programs
Monitors data collection during the day
Trains staff on behavior programs as needed
Preparation, provision, and collection of data sheets on an as needed basis
Preparation, provision, collection and storage of reinforcers as needed
Completion of competency checklists on scheduled basis for all behavior programs and provide feedback based on the results of this checklist
Assist in completion of the most relevant assessments for the individual served, including but not limited to:
Functional Assessment Interviews
Time distribution graphs
structured observational assessments
structured descriptive assessments
Analogue Functional Analysis
Completion of reports on an as needed basis
Generation of graphs as needed for students
Attendance and presentation, as needed, of information at scheduled Instructional Supports Review Committee (ISRC) meetings
Attendance and presentation, as needed, at scheduled treatment team meetings
Assist in reward assessments and construction of reward systems
Monitor and update adaptive goals based on student progress
Create materials as needed for learning objectives and behavior programs
Collaborate with Instructional Support Specialist and Coordinator of Instructional Support (CIS) for the ongoing monitoring of data of behavior programs
Communicate with direct care staff, Instructional Support Department, and other departments concerning errors in behavior program implementation
Submit assigned tasks within established timelines to ISS and CIS
Ensure that required documentation is completed and submitted by staff (data, incident reports, etc.).
Maintain tracking for physical crisis intervention procedures
Participate in crisis management procedures, to include, but not limited to: lifting and lowering individuals to and from the floor, standing from kneeling position and dropping to kneeling position while physically controlling an individual, blocking attempted blows and bites, transporting individuals in crisis state, and deflecting blows from thrown objects
Other duties deemed necessary by CIS to ensure quality care, welfare, safety, and security of students.
Education and/or Work Experience Requirements: Minimum of Bachelor's degree in Education, Special Education, Psychology, or related human services field; experience with behavior analysis preferred; experience with supervision of staff preferred; experience in human services; good driving record preferred.
Ability to safely and successfully perform the essential job functions consistent with the ADA, FMLA and other federal, including meeting qualitative and/or quantitative productivity standards.
Ability to maintain regular, punctual attendance consistent with the ADA, FMLA and other federal standards