Behavior Interventionist

    • Categories:

    • Non-Licensed

    • Grades:

    • K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

    • Health Insurance:

    • Included

    • Salary Range:

    • Commensurate with Experience

    • Work Commitment:

    • Full-Time

    • Submitted Date:




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    • Contact:

      Erin Copeland
      Assistant Director of Special Education

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Job Description

The Behavior Specialist will provide analysis and consultation services to establish comprehensive behavior programming for students with social/emotional/behavioral needs. The Behavior Specialist will also lead and support district and school staff in the learning, designing and implementation of behavior systems and structures for students in grades K-12, with a focus on students in grades 7-12.


-A valid national Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) License (preferred)
-Experience working as a BCBA in an educational setting
-Preferred experience or current certification in CPI, LSCI or Safety Care
-Experience working with adolescents in a school environment or similar environment
-Interpersonal skills, including the ability to work well with others, be polite, helpful, courteous and compassionate
-Conflict resolution skills, team player and professional demeanor
-Ability to consistently and effectively design instructional professional development and adjust instruction and presentation as needed
-Ability to work with a wide variety of people in a calm, patient, understanding, creative, flexible, student-centered environment
-Skill in planning, organizing and writing behavior plans and evaluations in a multi-disciplinary team within timeline constraints
-Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing
-Ability to follow directives from supervisors
-Ability to maintain the confidentiality of student information at all times
-Understands and follows all mandated reporting requirements
-Complies with all Board Policies
-Experience with and a proven passion for working with urban youth and an unshakeable belief in their potential

Institution Description

In 1995, we began with one school, the Minnesota Transition Charter School, and have since grown into a collaboration of nine learning options – each having their own focus and personality. Like our programs, we know that each child is unique with their own set of strengths, interests and needs, and we want to build on these. It’s a one step at a time process – one success that builds on another until they have reached their goal.

MTCS integrates the use of restorative practices, the Nurtured Heart Approach, and trauma informed schools to build strong foundations with our students.

Application Instructions/Comments

To apply, please visit the MTCS Applitrack site:

Questions should be directed to: Erin Copeland,

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