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Company Name :- University of South Florida
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Company Location :- Tampa, FL 33620
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Dept Number/Name: 0-5830-002 / Child and Family Studies, Florida Center for Inclusive Communities College Division: Acad Affairs-College of Behavioral and Community Sciences Salary Plan: Administrative Job Code/Title: 9315 / Human Services Practitioner Hiring Salary/Salary Range: $60,000 – $75,000 Position Numbers : 00023448 and 00016944 ORGANIZATIONAL SUMMARY: Child & Family Studies (CFS) is one of seven departments and schools within the College of Behavioral & Community Sciences (CBCS) at the University of South Florida (USF). Organized into three research divisions and four academic programs that work synergistically, CFS currently has approximately 275 faculty and staff members. During FY21, CFS is managing a portfolio of over 50 federal and non-federal contracts and grants totaling $55.7 million. Our research divisions include the Florida Center for Inclusive Communities (FCIC), Child and Family Behavioral Health (CFBH), and the Rightpath Research and Innovation Center. CFS’s four academic programs are Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health (CABH), Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling (RMHC), and Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT). Six graduate certificates and one undergraduate certificate are also offered.
CFS efforts are consistent with the CBCS mission of combining knowledge gained through the behavioral sciences with knowledge gained from the community. CFS faculty, staff and students, who are well immersed in the local community as well as state and national efforts, are deeply connected to the college’s focus of Creating Healthy Communities. All activities within CFS are also aligned with USF strategic goals: having well-educated and highly skilled global citizens through a continuing commitment to student success; participating in high-impact research and innovation to change lives, improve health, and foster sustainable development and positive societal change; creating new partnerships to build a strong and sustainable future for Florida in the global economy; and establishing a strong and sustainable economic base in support of USF’s continued academic advancement. POSITION SUMMARY: The mission of the Florida Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports project is to increase the capacity of Florida school districts to implement a multi-tiered system of behavior support to produce student academic, social, emotional and behavioral success. Staff on the Project accomplish this mission by providing on-site, phone and web consultation related to behavior support. Staff also deliver in-service training to educators, families, and service providers and generate curriculum materials and other products for dissemination. All staff are required to maintain documentation of technical assistant and evaluate outcomes in accordance with our Florida PBIS evaluation plan. RESPONSIBILITIES: Providing on-side and phone consultation related to behavior support. Work collaboratively with school district staff (as well as families and outside agency representatives) to build their capacity for using positive, effective approaches to behavioral intervention (i.e., positive behavior support). Provide technical and problem solving assistance to district staff in accordance with written action plans at the school, classroom, targeted group or individual student levels. Delivering in-service training to educators, families, and service providers. Provide awareness presentations; topic focused-workshops, and comprehensive community-based training for educators, family members, and other support providers. Assist district personnel in designing and implementing training activities focused on positive behavior support. Assist with new activities identified by district personnel or State funding source. Maintaining documentation of technical assistance and evaluating outcomes. Maintain documentation of technical assistance activities and progress on district action plan objectives. Conduct assessments of participant satisfaction and other outcomes for training activities. Assist in project evaluation and synthesizing impact data. Generating curriculum materials and other products for dissemination. Participate in the development of project materials to include curriculum materials, case studies, and other products. Respond to request to disseminate project materials and other information (e.g., reference lists, articles, manuals); and participate in professional presentations, conferences, and publications. Collaborate on web-based quarterly newsletter for distribution to trainers, coaches, district and state leaders. Performs other duties as assigned. POSITION QUALIFICATIONS: MINIMUM: Master’s degree level in Education, Special Education, Psychology, Social Work, or other field appropriate to the program content; or a Bachelor’s degree with at least two years of applicable experience. The Master’s degree may substitute for the required experience. Specific certifications or licensures may be required or preferred for certain program areas. PREFERRED: Doctorate: Psychology, Special Education, School Psychology. At least two years experience working in school settings. Education experience beyond master’s degree can be substituted for work experience if educational experience was in positive behavior support or a related field. Experience as a consultant/collaborator with district and school personnel.
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