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Job Details

  • Job ID: 3943105
  • Application Deadline: Posted until Filled
  • Re-posted : June 24, 2022
  • Starting Date: Immediately

Job Description


ELC @ Schreiber

7.5 hours per day, 191 days per year

Step 1 – Hourly Rate $18.11



Description (Position Goal):  In collaboration with building staff, to cultivate a safe and supportive school climate and culture that nurtures the development of the whole child through proactive and positive student interventions and supports to improve the safety, social competence, and academic achievement for all students.

NOTE: The below lists are not ranked in order of importance

Essential Functions: The Student Success Coach is responsible for the behavioral assessment of students, generating and implementing behavioral plans to remediate behavioral and social problems for students in general or special education programs. She/he is also available for consultation to school personnel and parents of these students. 

The role of the Student Success Coach is to facilitate, assess and support instructional programs for students in general and special education; provide training and work collaboratively with teachers, aides and support staff to demonstrate best practices, strategies and techniques to enhance instruction for students with social, communication, behavioral and learning challenges.

Duties and Responsibilities: (80%)

  • Student Interventions and Supports
    • Develop Student Success Plans (SSP) and specific intervention plans for students. Assist in their implementation, including using appropriate resources and technology to promote development of critical thinking, problem solving, and pro-social behavior in students.
    • Work with assigned SSP monitors and students to reach plan goals as determined by the student’s educational plan, and conducting ongoing follow-up assessment/evaluation/observation of progress on the student success plan(s). 
    • Assist teachers in the identification and development of individualized student success plan interventions intended to change behaviors and using evidence based strategies.
    • Participate in building Ohio Improvement Plan (OIP) meetings to provide behavioral intervention and support strategies.
    • Attend student disciplinary hearings at building and district-level to provide inter
    • Co-facilitate iCARE Team meetings and co-serves as the building Student Success Plan data manager.
    • Serves on the district Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) team as a building representative.
    • Assist with planning and co-leading building Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) to maintain and ensure fidelity of PBIS school-wide.
  • Data Management
    • Collect data regarding student behaviors and recommend appropriate instructional modifications to develop responsible thinking and decision-making skills in students. 
    • Identify and implement appropriate interventions for students in need of additional assistance.
    • Assist with data entry, management and reporting of Student Success Plan data
    • Track building behavioral and PBIS data.
    • Administer student survey and inform on results at the building level and district-wide.
  • Positive Youth Development
    • Provide support to students who display impulsive behaviors, low self-esteem, and impaired social skills. 
    • Serve as a peer mentor and coach for students.
    • Direct students to positive youth development interventions, activities and supports that can include, but are not limited to: Art, music and cultural education activities; entrepreneurial education programs; tutoring services; English Learner (EL) programs that emphasize language skills and academic achievement; global learning; service learning projects; recreational activities; physical activities; technology education programs; communication education programs; health and nutrition programs; programming that assists students who have been truant, suspended or expelled improve their academic achievement and character education programs. 
    • Plans and/or assists with building meetings and/or events that involve staff, students, families and community members.
    • Coordinate and track mentoring data at the building level as directed by the district-mentoring program.

Additional Duties and Responsibilities: (20%)

  • Performance Responsibilities
  • Collect and monitor school databases to track and analyze student behavioral data including office discipline referrals, suspensions, and climate survey patterns. 
  • Develop collaboration with multiple school-wide and district initiatives that are aligned with district goals.
  • Provide professional development for administrators, certified and classified staff on intervention and support, as well as other topics related to student success and support staff in the implementation of their new learning. 
  • Assist families and school staff in accessing community resources. 
  • Provide support and informational workshops to families. 
  • Conduct research of current interventions related to students served. 
  • Assure that all internal communications are complete and effective. 
  • Perform other duties that are assigned by the building administrator.


  • Knowledge of research related to social and emotional student support and interventions.
  • Experience planning and conducting professional development / training. 
  • Demonstrated leadership and project organizational skills (planning, implementing g, evaluation). 
  • Ability to work collaboratively with various groups and gain consensus related to project implementation and other problem solving. 
  • Experience in data-based decision making. 
  • Demonstrated excellent oral and written communication skills. 
  • Demonstrated strong interpersonal skills with individuals, teams, and groups (teachers, families, administrators, support staff and community). 

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Ability to communicate both verbally and written in order to communicate with others inside and outside of the organization, for the purpose of giving and obtaining information.
  • Basic computer proficiency and the ability to effectively use Google and Gmail. 
  • Use of good judgment to make decisions on recurring assignments.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with a supervisor when their discretion is needed.
  • Display a significant degree of professionalism and confidentiality.
  • Ability to conform to proper standards of professional dress and appearance.
  • Knowledge of the district's mission, vision, goals and strategies.


Equipment Operated:

  • This position may require the ability to use SMART boards, scoring software, smart phones, laptops, and iPads in addition to basic office equipment such as computers, copiers, scanners, and fax machine.


Working Conditions:

  • Work is performed in a variety of locations including office and school environments. Involves sitting, walking, use of computers, office equipment and driving personal vehicles. May require attendance or participation at some weekend or evening meetings/events. 
  • Ability to work outdoors during outdoor student activities.

Additional Working Conditions:

  • Professional Development will be needed at the onset of hiring and throughout the year in the areas of:
  • Asset building training
  • Mentor Training
  • Student Success Plan
  • iCARE Team
  • Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS)
  • Ohio Improvement Plan (OIP)


This job description is subject to change and in no manner states or implies that these are the only duties and responsibilities to be performed by the incumbent. The incumbent will be required to follow the instructions and perform the duties required by the incumbent’s supervisor, appointing authority.



Applicants for the Education Assistant and Student Success Coach positions listed above are REQUIRED to be Highly Qualified, which is defined as: Two (2) years of college (Minimum of 48 Semester Hours, or 72 Quarter Hours), or possess an Associate’s Degree, or passed the Praxis Paraprofessional Assessment Exam.


Applicants must submit a copy of their Praxis Paraprofessional Assessment Exam results, or a copy of their college transcript(s) to verify their Highly Qualified Status. Applicants must also have a valid Educational Aide Permit, or obtain one immediately upon being employed with the Canton City School District. If you do not meet the criteria for Highly Qualified, you are not eligible to apply.


Interested applicants for the position listed above should submit a letter of interest and resume, as well as any other documentation required as stated in the job postings.


If you are a Canton City School District employee, please include in your letter of interest your position and the school building to which you are currently assigned. If you are working as a substitute employee within the District, please state that information in your letter of interest. 



  • Position Type: Full-time
  • Positions Available: 1
  • Job Category : Athletics & Activities > Coaching
  • Job Requirements

    • No experience required

    Contact Information

    • Rhonda Conrad
    • 1312 - 5th St., SW
    • Canton, Ohio 44707-1118

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