Hours may vary based on program needs
Building Principals

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Education, Psychology, Behavior Analysis, or related field
  • Experience working with students with challenging emotional/behavioral needs and at risk students with academic, social and behavioral concerns  


  • Master’s Degree in EBD, Mental Health or Social Work field 

Under the direction of administration, the Behavior Resource Specialist serves in a modified teaching capacity to provide proactive behavior interventions for students with significant emotional/behavior, academic and social concerns.  Serves as a resource for instructional staff, parents and the school community to effectively support the positive behavior support program system of the school.

$24.62/hr-$31.60/hr (dependent on qualifications and experience)
Online application, www.isd742.org; attach documentation supporting required degree

  • Ability to work with students with challenging emotional/behavioral needs and academic and social concerns
  • Ability to understand the developmental and psychological links to the emotional and behavioral needs of students
  • Ability to form strong and positive relationships with students and staff to support students in the development of self-regulation skills and in their overall social, emotional and academic growth
  • Ability to foster independence, self-esteem and self-confidence in students
  • Knowledge of behavior management and de-escalation techniques
  • Ability to communicate concisely, both orally and in writing
  • Ability to exhibit emotional control, patience and persistence in extremely stressful situations
  • Skill at maintaining acceptable tolerance levels for appropriate student behaviors
  • Ability to observe, chart and specifically describe student behaviors
  • Ability to work collaboratively as a team member and school resource 


  • Manages and coordinates the behavior resource room and assigned support staff to provide positive behavioral/emotional interventions and supports for students
  • Develops, coordinates and implements all positive interventions for identified students including daily, weekly, bi-weekly, monthly and yearly goals and activities
  • Teaches social skills and affective curriculum within the resource room and classroom settings and provides individual behavior therapy to students as required
  • Assists administrators with parent communication as requested and provides parent information and education relating to the positive behavior support program of the school
  • Works with building and district administration in the development and implementation of a robust program of positive and proactive behavior strategies and supports for the school community
  • Serves as a consultant to instructional staff to increase academic success for students with challenging behaviors and to decrease challenging student behavior in classrooms
  • Conducts classroom observations, behavior analysis and interventions with identified students as requested by the building administrator or instructional staff
  • Serves as a member of the school PBIS team
  • Attends and participates in education staffings and in the development and implementation of behavior supports for students on IEPs as needed
  • Assists in classrooms to meet individual and group needs as requested by instructional staff
  • Collects, reports and summarizes behavioral data
  • Other duties as assigned 


  • Frequent:  walking, standing, bending, sitting, hearing, talking, and seeing 

All Employees of Saint Cloud School District 742 are responsible to support District goals, to work collaboratively and respectfully with diverse populations of staff, students and parents and to model and promote a welcoming working and learning environment.  Employees are expected to support and adapt to change and to demonstrate commitment to continuous performance improvement.  Employees are responsible to establish and maintain effective communication with students, teachers, support staff, colleagues and parents, respect confidential matters, encourage a safe and secure environment throughout the District, and to be dependable and accountable in the performance of their work.
It is the prerogative of the District to assign staff so as to best meet the needs of the District.