Student Success Specialist. The successful candidate w


Student Success Specialist. The successful candidate w
Student Success Specialist
Student Success Specialist. The successful candidate will assist in motivating students to
remain in school, assist the District in developing a dropout prevention plan, and take part
in reducing problems which interfere with a student’s school adjustment and progress.
The Student Support Specialist will bind with the school and the community in a
mutually sustaining partnership to meet the needs of the students who are in at risk
situations, assist with coordinating the resources and services of the whole school and the
community in implementing a dropout prevention effort; and perform related duties as
Education: BA degree in Social Work or related field and willingness to
participate in professional growth activities.
Experience: A person possessing education, training in Social Services or related
field plus work experience in the area of Social Work or Education.
Knowledge: Social welfare and child development; law and policies regulating
school attendance; techniques and methods of interacting with individuals and
groups of students and adults; knowledge of public and private community
service agencies; District policies, rules and regulations; problems in the
community affecting a student’s performance and/or attendance in school; special
needs and characteristics of high-risk students.
Ability To: Establish and maintain cooperative relationships with parents,
students, school staff and community organizations; analyze situations accurately
and adopt an effective course of action; prepare and maintain accurate and up-todate records, files, histories and other documentation of all services rendered;
understand and follow oral and written instructions and confidentiality; must have
the ability to speak, read, and write English in a job related setting. Bilingual
skills preferred.
Must meet NCLB requirements.
Current TB Testing and fingerprinting required.
Assist in early identification of students at-risk
Assist in monitoring attendance
Facilitate Student Study Team meetings
Crisis response and intervention
Assist in home visits.
Contact parents and community agency personnel to obtain background
information to help understand problems.
Facilitate support groups for students
Deliver lessons on topics such as bullying prevention to groups of students
Assist in providing supplemental and auxiliary services to at risk students
Work with at risk students in small group or individual tutoring in literacy, basic
skills development and career oriented curriculum content
Performs all other duties as assigned that reasonably relates to regularly assigned
duties in relation to those fixed and prescribed duties developed by the Governing
Board to the individual employee’s job classification
Receive direction concerning needs from site administrators.
Position is supervised by the Los Molinos High School Counselor (PPS
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an
employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable
accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the
essential functions.
With or without the use of aids:
Sufficient vision to read print.
Sufficient distance vision, peripheral vision, and the ability to focus.
Sufficient depth perception.
Sufficient color acuity.
Sufficient hearing to hear verbal directions.
Sufficient hearing to hear normal conversation in person and on the telephone.
Ability to speak in a voice that can be clearly heard and understood on the telephone and
in face-to-face conversations.
Ability to reach horizontally and vertically with arms.
Sufficient dexterity to manipulate small objects and print or write legibly.
Sufficient physical ability, strength, mobility, stamina to climb, bend, stretch, stand,
kneel, walk, stoop, extend legs, and stamina to lift, carry, push or pull objects, which
weigh 50 pounds.
Physical ability to sit for extended periods of time.
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an
employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.
The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.
STARTING SALARY: $17.60 per hour minimum. Initial placement on the salary
schedule may be higher, depending upon past experience. Position is for 7 hours
per day, 114 days per year over 38 weeks.
Open until filled. LMUSD reserves the right to close or extend filing deadline when
identifying a qualified candidate.
Los Molinos Unified School District
Classified Application
Cover Letter
Los Molinos Unified School District
Debra Edwards, Administrative Assistant
7851 Highway 99 E.
Los Molinos, CA 96055
(530) 384-7826
[email protected]
Three letters of Recommendation

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