The Behavior Support Specialist works under the direction of the Special Programs and Services Director to provide support and direction in the design, implementation, and coordination of behavior support systems. A Behavior Support Specialist aids in building the capacity of individual teachers and building level teams to support students who exhibit non?prosocial behavior.
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Valid Washington State teaching certificate required, WA State Licensed Behavior Analyst (LBA) and Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) or equivalent preferred. Bachelor’s degree in related field, Master’s degree is preferred. Successful K-12 education experience supporting “at-risk” and/or “behaviorally challenged” students is required. Valid first aid and CPR card. Valid Washington State driver’s license and proof of liability insurance required. WSP/FBI criminal history background clearance required.
About Northwest Educational Service District 189
For our region, the NWESD provides a centralized point for the set of services and information relevant to K-12 education in Washington. Through the aggregation and pooling of services, administrative overhead costs are minimized. The result of this centralized approach is highly efficient and cost-effective services for our NWESD partner school districts.
Mission: Together We Can... promote equity and excellence through leadership and service.
Vision: To be an indispensable partner to our region's school communities.
Values: Responsive customer service, Open communication, Regional collaboration, Flexible teamwork, Adaptable professional learning, and Positive relationships
Goals: Provide quality services that meet our region's needs. Prepare students for college, career, and citizenship. Foster educator of effectiveness to assure equity and opportunity for all students.