TITLE:                             On-Call, Temporary Behavior Intervention Specialist 

HOURS:                          Hours vary depending on program needs; position runs through June 7, 2019  

REPORTS TO:               Behavior Intervention Team Supervisor

COMPENSATION:           $25 per hour 


JOB SUMMARY:The Behavior Intervention Specialist provides mediation, monitoring, and case management of students. The work is performed at a Saint Paul Public School working in close collaboration with a Behavior Intervention team working with building Teachers/Staff and following all building protocol.



·      Provide data collection for Middle School and/or High School students who need behavior intervention.

·     Meet with students, parents and school staff to determine appropriate interventions for students.

·      Coordinate work with the efforts of community Connection Coordinators working at other neighboring schools as well as the school staff in your building.

·     Provide opportunities for students to have meaningful engagement with the restorative practices processes across classrooms and grades. 

·     Perform other program duties as assigned.

·     Respond to all communication from partners in a timely, responsive and professional manner.  This includes voicemail, email, and program specific communication as designated (cell-phone, etc.)

·     Adhere to daily schedule, notifying supervisor, Programs Manager and agency front desk of any changes in schedule or anticipated unavailability.

·     Maintain individual client records, and statistical information according to agency standards and specific program protocol.

·     Participate in individual supervision and group consultation. Attend monthly BIP staff meetings and monthly all-staff meetings.

·     Other tasks, committee assignments and/or special projects as assigned by supervisor/management team.



·     Bachelor’s Degree + 3 years of experience OR Equivalent years of experience and demonstrated abilities working with youth and families.  Experience providing deescalating, redirection and restorative practices in a school setting is desirable.

·     Ability to work with youth and families from diverse cultural and socio-economic backgrounds

·     Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to relate well to a wide range of people

·     Ability to work collaboratively with different professional teams     

·     Ability to exercise discretion and maintain a high level of confidentiality

·     Demonstrated commitment to diversity, inclusion, racial equity, and cultural/linguistic responsiveness



To apply, please submit resume and letter of interest to humanresources@spys.org

St. Paul Youth Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Candidates representing communities of color and bilingual candidates are encouraged to apply.