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RIP Classroom Coordinator

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Job Summary

Training

¨Take parents (or other trainees) through the sequentialed RIP Parent Classroom Training manual

¨Give feedback on Classroom Training assignments

¨Model appropriate RIP techniques in the classroom to newly trained parents

¨Conduct monthly classroom meeting with classroom trained parents

Preparation:

¨Get case note sheets, count sheets, SST sheets, sticker charts, and program sheets ready for each night the child participates. Mark logs as appropriate

¨Put old case note sheets in the child’s case note folder, reading over them to keep updated

¨on the children.This should be done daily, before each time the child is scheduled for

¨program

¨Unneeded papers with family names on them should be shredded and recycled for confidentiality reasons

¨Full count sheets should be given to the case manager for that family.

Other:

¨Make sure classrooms are in order – everything in place ready for program.

¨Put supplies that are needed in the bins:glue, crayons, scissors, etc.

¨Make sure you have enough supplies for all children to be able to participate (it is better to have too much than too little).

¨During program, make sure things are going as smoothly as possible, trouble shoot, help parents out, get supplies, model for parents, etc.

¨Adult data collection is also done during program, feedback, and remediation training when needed

¨Check classrooms for needed supplies (stickers, etc.), and orderly condition of materials (puzzles, toys in cabinets, etc.) on a regular basis.Provide supply list to Coordinator.

¨Weekly checking of puzzle box cabinets

¨Make sure snack trays, and SST toys are picked up

¨If you have extra time, ask your supervisor if there is anything you can do to help her/him.

¨Training videos and books are also available, but should be used to fill your time only when the above duties and responsibilities are completed.

JOB REQUIREMENTS: Must be able to work 12-20 late afternoon/evening hours per week.

 

Job Responsibilities

Training

¨Take parents (or other trainees) through the sequentialed RIP Parent Classroom Training manual

¨Give feedback on Classroom Training assignments

¨Model appropriate RIP techniques in the classroom to newly trained parents

¨Conduct monthly classroom meeting with classroom trained parents

Preparation:

¨Get case note sheets, count sheets, SST sheets, sticker charts, and program sheets ready for each night the child participates. Mark logs as appropriate

¨Put old case note sheets in the child’s case note folder, reading over them to keep updated

¨on the children.This should be done daily, before each time the child is scheduled for

¨program

¨Unneeded papers with family names on them should be shredded and recycled for confidentiality reasons

¨Full count sheets should be given to the case manager for that family.

Other:

¨Make sure classrooms are in order – everything in place ready for program.

¨Put supplies that are needed in the bins:glue, crayons, scissors, etc.

¨Make sure you have enough supplies for all children to be able to participate (it is better to have too much than too little).

¨During program, make sure things are going as smoothly as possible, trouble shoot, help parents out, get supplies, model for parents, etc.

¨Adult data collection is also done during program, feedback, and remediation training when needed

¨Check classrooms for needed supplies (stickers, etc.), and orderly condition of materials (puzzles, toys in cabinets, etc.) on a regular basis.Provide supply list to Coordinator.

¨Weekly checking of puzzle box cabinets

¨Make sure snack trays, and SST toys are picked up

¨If you have extra time, ask your supervisor if there is anything you can do to help her/him.

¨Training videos and books are also available, but should be used to fill your time only when the above duties and responsibilities are completed

Qualifications

EDUCATION/ EXPERIENCE: High School Diploma/GED required. Must be eighteen (18) years old. Knowledge and experience in working with young behavior disordered children and their families helpful. Previous training in the RIP model is preferred.

Additional Information

Benefits

No benefits.

How to Apply

Send resume and cover letter to KLamb@vbhcs.org or fax: 615.278.6256

Details

  • Date Posted: February 23, 2021
  • Type: Part-Time
  • Job Function: Other
  • Service Area: Social / Human Services