ISS Monitor/Behavior Interventionist

    • Job Tracking ID: 512680-664743
    • Job Location: New Orleans, LA
    • Job Level: Any
    • Level of Education: Any
    • Job Type: Full-Time/Regular
    • Date Updated: January 09, 2019
    • Years of Experience: Any
    • Starting Date: ASAP
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All applications will be reviewed and responded to as quickly as we are able. While we wish we could personally speak with each applicant, we are unable to do so due to the volume of applicants. With that in mind, please do not call in to follow up on your application

Job Description:

Lawrence D. Crocker College Prep is searching for an In-School Suspension (ISS) monitor/Behavior Interventionist for the current school year. This individual will ensure a safe and productive environment for students while they are temporarily removed from the classroom. Additionally, he/she will support teachers in building classroom and school culture to ensure our students have both the academic skills and character traits to success in college and in life.


Job Responsibilities

  • Builds positive and influential relationships with students, families and faculty;
  • De-escalates explosive situations; Manages own stress and frustration;
  • Able to address and lead large groups of students;
  • Consistently works to close the home-school gap through home visits, calls and community outreach programs
  • Design, use and coach teachers on send out processes;
  • All send outs, calls and home visits logged on SchoolRunner;
  • All ISS/OSS/detention information reported to team daily through PowerSchools and grade team meetings;
  • All work for ISS room organized and consistently administered
  • ISS procedures, conduct tracker and materials are easy to access and hand off to anyone covering the room and the room is neatly maintained.
  • Students are on task and productive while in ISS with classroom specific work.
  • Maximize the ISS room in order to minimize out of school suspension


Experience and Skills:

Key Competencies & Qualifications

  • Experience: 2+ years working with children in low income communities.
  • Exemplary conflict resolution and/or restorative practices skills.
  • Written communication is always highly effective, clear, and timely
  • Attention to detail: does not let important details slip through the cracks; meticulous
  • Tenacious follow-up skills, follows through on commitments
  • Ability to follow directions and work unsupervised on multiple projects and meet deadlines
  • Proficient in Gmail, Google Drive (scheduling, calendar, contact functions), Word, Excel and Google Slides
  • Constant learner: Solicits feedback and implements new ideas in instruction, stays abreast of current research on teaching and learning, enhances professional skills
  • Solutions-Oriented: concentrates on finding ways to solve problems and improve systems
  • Enthusiasm: exhibits passion and excitement over work
  • High Expectations: An unwavering belief that all students can achieve at high levels
  • Work ethic: possesses a strong willingness to work hard and long hours to get the job done
  • Intelligence: learns quickly, demonstrates ability to quickly and proficiently absorb new information
  • Teamwork: Demonstrated ability to work well in a team
  • Spanish speaking is preferred.



  • We offer a competitive compensation package, including generous retirement contributions and comprehensive health benefits. The base salary for this position is $30,000.