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POSITION SUMMARY The specialist will serve as a member of the Social-Emotional Learning team, facilitating social-emotional learning for high school students in a “best fit” environment for teenagers with significant barriers to education.     The specialist will be part of an educational model designed for teenagers to complement the acclaimed barrier removal work Goodwill of Central and Southern Indiana does at The Excel Centers, Nurse Family Partnership, and other award-winning programs.   School priorities include: - High rigor, high support instruction to close academic gaps and prepare students for post-secondary opportunities - Trauma-informed social-emotional learning  - Student and family empowerment through coordination with a robust Student Services team of coaches, counselors, and more.   This role demonstrates behaviors consistent with our Mission, Vision and Values, on behalf of Goodwill of Central & Southern Indiana.   Responsibilities -  Implement our school’s social-emotional learning model as a member of the Social-Emotional Learning team: - Implement proactive and reactive systems to influence student behavior and build social-emotional skills in alignment with school model. - Respond to and influence student behavior with a focus on positive incentives, restorative strategies, and explicit teaching of new social-emotional skills. - Provide consistent and fair follow through on both major and minor behaviors per school policies. - Use restorative practices and social-emotional learning strategies to identify root causes of behavior alongside students, families, staff, and stakeholders. - Implement a progressive series of consequences focused on teaching of skills and prevention of future behaviors. - Support students with academic work completion when in redirection for an extended period of time. - Track information about student behavior and identify patterns in students served. - Invest students, families, and stakeholders in vision for restorative practices and SEL-skill focused consequences.  - Use restorative practices to de-escalate challenging situations, help those in disagreement to listen to each other, and facilitate the creation of shared agreements.  - Prioritize competing, time-sensitive demands with proactive priorities while upholding commitments consistently. - Model self-regulation and maintain composure in stressful or escalated situations.   - Maintain accurate, compliant data  - Support supervision of the school building, including escorting students from class as needed and monitoring cafeteria, hallways, or other areas as needed - Drive mini-bus to help with daily transportation of students.  As needed, travel on Indy Go buses with students and provide supervision at bus stops/stations to support student behavior and safety. - Support the school model and mission - Build relationships with students and their webs of support.  Communicate strengths and challenges frequently and use restorative approaches to resolve conflict.  - Collaborate with colleagues to refer and connect students to wraparound supports including Family Empowerment Coaching for internal and community resources, Social-Emotional Learning, Special Education, and more.  - Other duties as assigned. - Assists students to their destination, aiding teachers with traffic monitoring. - Supervises the lunchroom. - Supports students, staff, and families in developing prosocial behaviors. - Reviews and collects student data. - Monitors student progress and adjusts plans based off of this ongoing data review. - Other duties as assigned.
Job ID
2020-6621
Location
US-IN-Indianapolis
Address
1635 W. Michigan St.
The Head Coach will serve as a member of the Athletic Department, leading an athletic team for high school students in a “best fit” environment for teenagers with significant barriers to education.  Indianapolis Metropolitan High School’s Athletic Department is committed to using athletics to help develop student athletes who exemplify the Puma Promise character traits: Professional, Unstoppable, Motivated, Accountable, and Supportive.  Athletics should serve as a catalyst for students’ academic success during their time at Indy Met and for their post-secondary success in college or the workforce.   School priorities include: - High rigor, high support instruction to close academic gaps and prepare students for post-secondary opportunities - Trauma-informed social emotional learning  - Student and family empowerment through coordination with a robust Student Services team of coaches, counselors, and more.   Responsibilities include: - Achieve academic and holistic outcomes for student athletes including: - Number of students with 90% academic engagement - Number of student athletes who earn 5+ credits per semester. - Number of student athletes eligible for graduation who graduate on time.  - Number of student athlete graduates who enroll in college, enlist, or are employed at time of graduation. - Develop Students Holistically - Conduct effective study tables and track check-ins with students who are at risk of becoming ineligible.  - Provide students with exposure, advice, and mentoring to promote post-secondary planning.  - Model sportsmanship, respect, emotional regulation, and professionalism in communication and holds players accountable to the same behaviors. - Build a culture where players: Work hard, strive for quality, react to feedback positively, demonstrate motivation to improve; Are attentive when coach speaks; Strive as a group to make each other better (peer-to-peer accountability)   - Use Puma Points to acknowledge small wins across student athletes and reinforce Puma Promise school values. - Develop Students & Team Athletically - Show knowledge of sport rules, skills, and strategies. - Use best practices to teach students including modeling, checking for understanding, providing feedback.  - Use coaching actions strategically, including time outs, substitutions, and clock management - Develop highlight reels for students who are pursuing college athletics. - Ensure compliance with all state and local laws and policies  - Complete required trainings         - Submit rosters         - Monitor student athlete transfers         - Monitor student athlete eligibility        - Hold students athletes accountable with disciplinary action         - Communicate with students, families & school         - Be on-time and present for all practices & contests - Supervise student athletes         - Ensure student athlete health & safety         - Use & secure the facility         - Maintain supply & uniform inventory - Oversee student travel         - Provide financial oversight - Follow Goodwill media & marketing policies - Support the Athletic Department - Celebrate students by sharing nominations for athletes of the week (using Puma Promise) and nominating students for athletic awards. - Fundraise for the Athletic Department - Volunteer at Contests to Support the Athletic Department
Job ID
2020-6600
Location
US-IN-Indianapolis
Address
1635 W. Michigan St.
Indianapolis Metropolitan High School is a free public school offering a high school education to students in grades 9-12. Indianapolis Met is a best-fit school for students experiencing circumstances that may present a barrier to education. Our school places an emphasis on ensuring students enroll in college or enter into a career that offers a living wage post-graduation.     The Long Term Substitute Instructor will serve as a member of the instructional team for an extended period of time such as maternity leave, unexpected vacancy, etc. of the permanent classroom teacher. During this assignment, the Long Term Substitute instructor will take over all the roles and responsibilities of the assigned classroom teaching position.   This role will develop and implement lessons based on state standards and school curriculum maps and resources, deliver differentiated instruction, and provide feedback and improve student learning for a diverse group of students.   This role demonstrates behaviors consistent with our Mission, Vision and Values, on behalf of Goodwill of Central & Southern Indiana.   Responsibilities - Demonstrate knowledge of the response to intervention process and resources to support student learning. - Create lesson plans and assessments in accordance with the school’s mission, vision, values, and goals, and objectives. - Deliver lessons aligned to standards and pacing using research-based practices and high-quality resources. - Teach using a variety of methods both independently or with a team of other grade-level content specialists designed to guide students toward mastery and understanding of how disciplines connect through authentic application of learning requiring cognitive reasoning and use of 21st-century skills - Assess student learning both summatively and formatively. - Utilize data from classroom assessments and standardized test results to guide instruction - Maintain a safe classroom environment conducive to effective learning experiences for students from a wide range of socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds, and academic readiness. - Build and shape instruction around student needs - Collaborate with Special Education, other teachers, and student services staff to ensure students are meeting learning goals. - Actively participate in extracurricular activities such as parent night, collaborative committees, leadership cross-functional teams, weekly staff meetings, student clubs, sporting events, etc. - Communicate regularly with families regarding the progress and development of students. - Collaborates in the classroom with fellow teachers and administration.
Job ID
2019-5873
Location
US-IN-Indianapolis
Address
1635 W. Michigan St.

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