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Binghamton City School District Restorative Practice Coordinator in Binghamton, New York

The Binghamton City School District is seeking candidates to fill the anticipated Restorative Practice Coordinator position for the 2024-2025 school year with an effective start date on or about September 2, 2024. These are full-time, probationary tenure-track positions.

The BCSD offers competitive salaries, comprehensive benefits, professional development, and mentor support. For more information about this position, please visit our website

Job Qualifications

Preferred NYSED Certification.

Application Procedure

Candidates must be prepared to provide additional documents to complete a candidate folder.

  • Three letters of recommendation bearing the writers' signatures, dated within the last 18 months

  • Copy of Certification

  • Transcripts

Job Qualifications

Job Goal: To support full implementation of Restorative Practices across the district Qualifications

• Bachelor’s degree (master’s degree preferred) in early childhood, elementary education, secondary education, special education, school psychology or a closely related field • Minimum of three years’ experience teaching regular or special education

• Knowledge of research and practices related to Social Emotional Learning and Restorative Practices

• Understanding of scientifically based research

• Teacher leadership experience, organizational skills, and communication abilities to effectively coach and support teachers and their instructional teams

Functions, Duties, Responsibilities:

• 40% or more classroom teaching that involves modeling and co-teaching around best instructional practices related to restorative practices and social-emotional learning

• Maintain coaching log to reflect classroom teaching and coaching

• Coordinate overall professional development for Restorative Practices

• Carry out needed research and study to gain full working knowledge of Restorative Practices, demonstrating its effectiveness during and following implementation

• Promotes the use of researched-based interventions in Tier I – Classroom, Tier II – classrooms/interventionists and Tier III – Special Education Classrooms

• Provide training, support and monitoring to ensure clear expectations with instruction, intervention and practices at Tier I, Tier II and Tier III

• Plan and deliver ongoing staff development for teachers and paraprofessionals with respect to Restorative Practices

• Work with teachers and administrators on the use of Restorative Practices as framework for re-entry conferences related to discipline referrals and removals from the classroom and building Binghamton City School District Christopher Columbus School 164 Hawley Street PO Box 2126 Binghamton, NY 13902-2126 (607) 762-8100 Fax: (607) 762-8110

• Be an active participant on the District Behavior Task Force, Community Partners and other related communities • Seek out additional funding sources to support the development of the program • Fulfill assigned and/or additional duties from the direction of Principals and the Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum, Instruction and Accountability.

Position Start Date:09/02/2024

Application Deadline:06/30/2024

Job Number: 2425-18