Behavior Management Technician - EC (BMT)
Company: North Carolina Jobs
Posted on: May 28, 2023
Special Education/Behavior Management Technician
Cabarrus County Schools Non Exempt
General Definition of Work
Performs human support work managing student behavior through
intervention, assisting teachers as needed, instructing students on
various topics, supervising and assisting students as needed,
compiling and maintaining student records, and related work as
apparent or assigned. Work is performed under the moderate
supervision of the Exceptional Children Program Director.
- Two Year Associate Degree or equivalent required (minimum of 48
college credit hours, preferably in social services field,
psychology, social work, counseling, etc.).
- Two years relevant experience required (e.g., experience in
mental health or community services facility with BED students or
as a teacher assistant or instructor with BED or "at risk"
- Active CPI Crisis Prevention & Intervention (CPI) certification
- Direct experience in crisis intervention.
- Experience in implementing effective individual and/or group
behavior management plans. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Knowledge of NC Exceptional Children Policies.
- Some knowledge of the principles, practices and procedures of
academic behavior management.
- Some knowledge of federal and state mandates and local
procedures and regulations relating to academic behavior
- Ability to develop and present orally and in written form;
ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships
with school officials, associates and the general public.
- Ability to handle multi-stressful situations. "Natural child
worker" personal characteristics desired.
Pay Grade 62
Exceptional Children Program Director
- Removes students from situations when appropriate to facilitate
de-escalation using Crisis Intervention and Prevention
- Participates in planning for behavior interventions such as
suggestions for helping the student practice new behaviors.
- Provides intervention as designated on BIP (behavior
- Collects data and or assist with development of behavior
- Shadows main-streamed exceptional children students to assist
with transitions and or inclusion.
- Brainstorms interventions with exception children teachers as
students develop patterns of disruptive behavior.
- Regularly obtains updates regarding behavior progress of
exceptional children students.
- Collaborates with counselors, in-school suspension, teachers,
administrators, and or behavioral support staff.
- Provides social skills training as part of the progress
- Maintains a list of exceptional children students at-risk for
- Logs contacts and progress of exceptional children students on
- Provides information related to behaviors targeted as well as
frequency and outcomes of interventions implemented.
- Assists administration in school wide drills (i.e. fire,
tornado, evacuation, etc.).
- Performs related work as required. Responsibilities
- Provide crisis intervention services as needed.
- Assist in the development/coordination or implementation of
behavior management programs.
- Assist with implementation of systematic plan for regular
"base-touching" with students, particularly students with
- Maintain accurate logs of student progress, relative behavior
and social skills development.
- Provide social skills training as part of the progress
documentation may be warranted under the director of supervising EC
- Attend and/or participate in meetings for students in the EC
program or those students whose behavior impedes their own learning
or that of others.
- Consult with team regarding specific behaviors of students and
participate in behavioral planning.
- Must fulfill requirements of CPI Certification following hire.
The CPI Certification should be completed the first time offered
through CCS, or complete CPI Certification independently within 30
days of first available CCS training. Physical Requirements
- This work requires the occasional exertion of over 100 pounds
- Work occasionally requires standing, walking, sitting, speaking
or hearing, using hands to finger, handle or feel, reaching with
hands and arms and pushing or pulling.
- Work has standard vision requirements.
- Vocal communication is required for expressing or exchanging
ideas by means of the spoken word.
- Hearing is required to perceive information at normal spoken
- Work requires observing general surroundings and
- Work has no exposure to environmental conditions; work is
generally in a moderately noisy location (e.g. business office,
Crisis Prevention Intervention Certificate within six months.
The preceding job description has been designed to indicate the
general nature and level of work performed by employees within this
classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as
a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and
qualifications required of employees to this job.
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