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Intervention and Testing Coordinator

Summary Information:
Employer: Kha'p'o Community School
Position Type: Administrative/Support
Categories: Program Coordinator
Curriculum Coordinator
School / Org: Kha'p'o Community School
Location: Espanola, New Mexico
FTE: 1.0
No. of Positions: 1
Posting Date: Thursday, 18 February 2021
Closing Date: Thursday, 18 March 2021

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Details:
Kha'p'o Community School is seeking applicants for the following position:

Intervention and Testing Coordinator

POSITION SUMMARY


The Intervention and Testing Coordinator (ITC) at Kha’p’o Community School organizes all student assessments, including: WAPT, WIDA, MAP, CPAA, PARCC, I-Station, Accelerated Reader, and others. This includes uploading student information into various databases, identifying IEP supports, and providing training and technical support during testing to students and staff. The Intervention and Testing Coordinator creates and manages the testing schedule and communicates clearly with the school’s stakeholders, including staff and parents, regarding upcoming assessments.

The ITC coordinates early-intervention services. He/she supports teachers in identifying strategies to use within the classroom, including administering alternative assessments to determine student needs. The ITC works alongside teaching staff to identify intervention programs for students in need, including those requiring Tier 1 and Tier 2 interventions, and supports teaching staff through small group support or intervention identification. The ITC will maintain a process for identifying students who may require additional support and communicate concerns with school administration and teachers.

The Intervention and Testing Coordinator also substitutes for the Special Education Teacher and/or Special Education Technician as needed to provided inclusion and pull out services, as well as general education classrooms as needed.

Duties and Responsibilities

● Coordinate early intervention services with teachers, Special Education Director, and Executive Director.
● Work with students in small groups when necessary to provide intervention services.
● Support teachers in identifying interventions for individual students.
● Maintain an early intervention process for identification and updating students, staff, and parents in regards to student progress.
● Coordinate all appropriate testing windows, including NWEA’s MAP Assessment, PARCC, and others.
● Provide technical support and training on various testing platforms.
● Substitute when necessary.
● Maintain Coordinated Early Intervention Services data in NASIS.
● Other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS

Education/Licensure


● NM Teaching License required
● Bachelor’s Degree in education or related field required

Skill/Mindsets

● Practices, implements and trusts in the process of change in alignment with the mission, vision, and values of KCS
● Excellent written and verbal communication skills
● An eagerness to set ambitious and tangible goals and a drive to achieve them
● Commitment to providing experiential, project based learning opportunities for students
● Believes all students have the ability to learn
● Highly organized and able to prioritize multiple competing tasks
● Commitment to a holistic approach to education
● Committed to collaborate with staff, community, and families
● A desire to learn and grow individually and open to feedback from instructional leaders and colleagues
● Committed to participate in community events
● Comfort using new technology in the classroom
● Proficiency in Microsoft suite products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
● Ability to troubleshoot and navigate various databases required

Experience

● 3-5 years teaching experience preferred
● Experience organizing and administering student assessments required
● Experience identifying and implementing student interventions required

TO APPLY:

Complete the application https://bit.ly/3oxJzuy and submit with required documents

A resume/CV, cover letter, and a Philosophy of Teaching and Learning statement should be emailed to the Executive Director, Liz Bahe, (ebahe@khapoeducation.org) with the application.

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