Learning Resource Coordinator
Job Title: Learning Resource Coordinator
Campus: Carmel Campus
Reports to: Head of Lower and Middle Divisions
Job Status: Full-time, exempt
Schedule: During the academic term, 7:45 a.m.-5:30 p.m., and summer hours as needed. Occasional evening or weekend work.
Reporting to the head of the lower and middle divisions, supervised by the lower division dean, the learning special supports students' wellbeing by identifying and responding to their academic needs through short- and long-term attention. The LRC seeks to improve the skills students need to succeed academically.
Faculty support and targeted student/classroom intervention:
Review evaluations, summarize their findings, and determine appropriate accommodations. Direct steps for intervention to the appropriate
school resource (deans, teachers, advisor, etc.).
Conduct in-house screenings/assessments (early readers, phonological awareness, F&P, etc..)
Collaborate with classroom teachers to identify needs and think creatively about how best to reach each student. Support classroom teachers
and advisors regularly in identifying and implementing student accommodations
Develop and document individual academic support plans for identified students in need.
Manage individual academic support plans with regular assessments of student achievement and progress including timely check-ins with
teachers, parents, and outside specialists. Document all meetings noting progress and modifications to plans accordingly
Provide one-on-one and small-group support for students, both in push-in and pull-out environments. Provide push-in classroom support
External support and communication:
Partner with Admission to evaluate applicants and support the admissions process
Provide relevant training to faculty and staff, grade level teaching teams, class levels, families, and divisions
Partner with teachers, parents, administrators, and specialists to create and communicate plans for student support
Make referrals for outside evaluations
Identify specialists to work 1:1 with students on the Stevenson campus
Maintain schedules and recommendations for 1:1 specialists work with students
Organize Child Study Team to inform and support families of students regarding academic plan and procedures
Maintain records of said plans
Report regularly to academic leadership on individual academic support plans, sharing student achievement and progress and noting related
modifications to academic support plan
Other duties as assigned and/or as necessary
- Education: Bachelor's degree; Master's Degree in Education, Psychology, Counseling, or a related field preferred.
● Knowledge, skills and abilities:
The position requires one to be positive, flexible, and helpful; understand organizational or independent school culture; be a skilled
communicator with a demonstrated history of impeccable judgment, discipline, and collegiality in managing complex situations with varied
constituencies; work collaboratively and systematically with all constituencies of the school.
Minimum three to five years of experience working with students in an educational setting; experience in assessing, implementing,
and overseeing accommodation plans in an educational setting preferred.
Ability to provide direct academic support to students as well as coordinate support with campus constituents and outside specialist.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills and demonstrated problem-solving and dispute resolution; mediation skills a plus.
Strong organizational skills and expertise in planning, implementing and evaluating student service/accommodation programs in
an academic environment.
The ability to work collaboratively and effectively with diverse groups including students, faculty, and administrators.
● Computer skills: Competency with Google applications (Gmail, Google sheets and docs)
- Pay Type Salary
- Required Education Bachelor’s Degree
- Job Start Date Friday, July 1, 2022
- 24800 Dolores St, Carmel-By-The-Sea, CA 93923, USA