Open Positions


Full Time Employee; 11-month


SALARY RANGE: $40,000 - $60,000 


BENEFITS: 401K, Dental, Medical, Vision



The Interventionist is responsible for supporting students throughout the school day. The Interventionist provides individual or small group instruction/support to students who are struggling with regulation and executive functioning. This position is also responsible for monitoring, reporting, and communicating student progress and performance in these areas. The Interventionist provides leadership and direction at the school level, working to design, implement, coordinate, and evaluate a comprehensive behavior support program. In addition, this position works directly and aggressively with identified students to adopt behaviors that substantially increase the quality of relationships and their academic performance.



  • Advises and counsels students regarding regulation and executive functioning
  • Design and facilitate dynamic individual intervention plans based on current student needs
  • Provides guidance counseling to students through planned activities in small group or classroom settings to convey educational, social, and important school information, and offers workshops/seminars for parents
  • Provides brief counseling to address social and emotional concerns and appropriately refers students to behavioral health specialists
  • Provides assistance with de-escalating student behaviors and reintegrating students back into the classroom
  • Escort, supervise, and assist students in various settings
    Conduct conflict resolution and peer mediation sessions
  • Participate and work as a collaborative member of the school’s support team providing professional guidance on intervention strategies for referred students
  • Identify and facilitate opportunities to enhance the positive relationships between the school and families
  • Collaborate with teachers, administration, and families to help identify best practices for individual and small groups of students
  • Use identified research based interventions focused specifically on individual student needs
  • Maintain data-based documentation of continuous monitoring of student performance and progress
  • Provide required reporting on all levels of student intervention and programs implemented
  • Perform related tasks as required



The ideal candidate will possess:

  • Bachelor’s level education in counseling, social work, education, or special education
  • Desire and ability to work with students at the specified age level with diverse backgrounds and levels to ability toward accomplishing their educational goals
  • Ability to organize tasks and manage time to meet many and varied deadlines and communicate effectively with students, parents, school administrators and other staff, including the ability to discuss topics which may be sensitive
  • A commitment to meet the needs of the whole child
  • Extensive knowledge of trauma informed practices including Adverse
  • Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and implementation of interventions
  • Demonstrated ability to work compassionately with students and families experiencing trauma
  • Knowledge of brain, motor, sensory, and Social Emotional Learning (SEL) development
  • Knowledge of basic child development as it relates to individual students with special needs
  • Knowledge of behavior management techniques and practical implementation
  • Awareness and sensitivity towards students and their individual differences


Rebecca Hoffmann, Principal

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