TEACHER ASSIGNED VACANCY CIRCULAR NO 19 EARLY RESOLUTION COUNSELOR 2018 2019

  • Posted Date: Jul 18, 2018 Deadline: Aug 31, 2018
  • 1106 EAST 95TH STREET, BROOKLYN, New York United States
    BOROUGH HEARING OFFICE - (BROOKLYN/ STATEN ISLAND)

Job Details

(SUBJECT TO BUDGET AVAILABILITY)

 

POSITION:  

Early Resolution Counselor (1 position –

(FOR INTERNAL CANDIDATES ONLY)

Reporting to the Office of Safety and Youth Development’s (OSYD) Borough Director of Student Suspensions and Hearings, the Early Resolution Counselor, as designee of the Chief Executive Officer of the Office of Safety and Youth Development, will serve as disposition officer for students suspended by the superintendent. The Early Resolution Counselor may also conduct pre-hearing conferences with suspended students and their parents for the purpose of reviewing procedural options. The Early Resolution Counselor will provide on-going technical assistance to school personnel, parents and attorneys/advocates on suspension procedures and assist with the professional development of school staff.

ELIGIBILITY:

Licensed, appointed and tenured New York City Department of Education teacher.

 REQUIREMENTS: 

  • Teacher’s license
  • Satisfactory rating for the previous three school years
  • Knowledge of suspension process as it relates to students in general and special education
  • Demonstrated excellence in interpersonal and organizational skills
  • Demonstrated ability to exercise initiative and independent judgment
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively (written and verbally)
  • Excellent attendance and punctuality

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Demonstrated understanding of suspension procedures and

    Chancellor’s Regulations pertaining to student suspensions.

  • Knowledge of NYCDOE’s online systems (OORS/SOHO)
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Applications (Outlook, Word, Excel)
  • Demonstrated excellence in interpersonal and organizational skills
  • Demonstrated excellence in verbal and written communicationsskills
  • Commitment to continuous professional development
  • Demonstrated ability to exercise initiative and independent judgment
  • Experience as a high school or middle school dean preferred

DUTIES/ RESPONSIBILITIES:                                                                

  • Reviews student records and charges of misbehavior to make appropriate dispositions in accordance with Chancellor’s Regulation A-443 and the Citywide Standards of Discipline and Intervention Measures (Discipline Code)
  • Conducts conferences with suspended students and their parents in order to review suspension procedures and provide options
  • Maintains on-going communication and collaboration with the Citywide Director of Student Suspensions and Hearings and Borough Field Support Centers (BFSCs)

  • Provides on-going technical assistance to school personnel, parents and attorneys on suspension procedures and assists with training of school staff

  • Assists with the preparation of reports

SALARY:                                                            

As per UFT Collective Bargaining Agreement          

HOURS / WORK YEAR:                                                               

As per UFT Collective Bargaining Agreement

8:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M. Monday through Friday

School year plus five additional days during winter, spring or summer vacation period.

APPLICATION:                         

Send cover letter, resume and copy of license(s) by,  AUGUST 31, 2018 to:                     

Seth Rosenkrantz

Director of Student Suspensions and Hearing

Office of Safety and Youth Development (OSYD)

52 Chambers Street - Room 218

New York, NY 10007   

                OR

by email to: srosenk@schools.nyc.gov

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AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER 

It is the policy of the Department of Education of the City of New York to provide educational and employment opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, creed, national origin, alienage and citizenship status, age, marital status, disability, prior record of arrest or conviction (except as provided by law), sexual orientation, gender (sex), and to maintain an environment free of discriminatory harassment, including sexual harassment, or retaliation as required by civil rights law. Inquiries regarding compliance with this equal opportunity policy may be directed to: Office of Equal Opportunity, 65 Court Street, Room1102, Brooklyn, New York 11201  For more information, please refer to the DOE Non-Discrimination Policy.

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