regional behavior specialist resume example with 10+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
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Education and Training
Expected in 2010 to to
: Certificate of Advanced Study in School Psychology
Roberts Wesleyan College - Rochester, NY
Expected in 2009 to to
Master of Science: School Psychology
Roberts Wesleyan College - Rochester, NY
Expected in 2007 to to
Bachelor of Science: Psychology
SUNY College at Brockport - Brockport, NY
  • Professional development expertise
  • Specialist in a Multi-Tiered System of Support
  • Systems development expertise 
  • Flexible and Reliable
  • Member of the Association for Positive Behavior Supports
09/2013 to Current
Regional Behavior Specialist Monroe 1 BOCES, RSE-TASC City, STATE,
  • Participated in Professional Development sessions provided by NYSED and the NYS PBIS TAC to enhance knowledge and skills
  • Provide regional trainings to school districts across the Monroe 1, Monroe 2, Wayne-Finger Lakes, and Genesee Valley regions
  • Lead the regional PBIS Coaches Forum comprised of representatives from districts across the region on a quarterly basis
  • Provide technical assistance to NYSED identified schools and districts in the areas of Multi-Tiered Systems of Support and FBA & BIP
  • Provide ongoing technical assistance to participants of trainings on FBA & BIP quality and compliance
  • Provide embedded support to schools and districts with the implementation of MTSS 
07/2012 to 06/2013
School Psychologist 6-8 Fairfax County Public Schools, Glasgow Middle School City, STATE,
  • Provide direct and indirect services and consultative supports to a diverse population of students, parents, teachers, and staff in the areas of educational and behavioral interventions and supports
  • Provide ongoing consultation to staff members on Response to Intervention as the school began implementation of a Multi-Tiered System of Supports
  • Implement individual and group counseling to students in the general education and special education populations
  • Conduct comprehensive assessments in the areas of cognitive abilities and social, emotional and behavioral functioning to identify the educational and mental health needs of students referred for Special Education services
  • Serve as chair of Special Education eligibility determination meetings as well as building problem solving teams and Individual Education Program annual review committees
  • Serve as member of the school wide Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports team and facilitated the Teacher Support Team as a sub-committee
  • Conduct Functional Behavioral Assessments and develop corresponding Behavior Intervention Plans
  • Selected to participate in the development and implementation of training to district School Psychologists on best practices in progress monitoring tools and the data collection process throughout each tier of the Response to Intervention model
  • Serve as member of the district Crisis Response Team to support schools within the division in responding to and managing crises
07/2010 to 06/2012
School Psychologist K-5 Elizabeth School District C-1, Singing Hills Elementary School City, STATE,
  • Conduct comprehensive assessments to identify the educational and mental health needs of students referred for Special Education services
  • Participate in and facilitate Individualized Education Program committee meetings to determine eligibility for Special Education services and annual review meetings
  • Implement individual and group counseling for students in both the Special Education and General Education populations
  • Provide consultative services to teachers, staff, administrators and parents regarding educational and behavioral needs and supports
  • Conduct Functional Behavior Assessments to develop Behavior Intervention Plans
  • Assist in daily individual crisis prevention/intervention for students with Autism and emotional/ behavioral difficulties
  • Serve as district Response to Intervention team member: participate in developing building and district RtI process and procedures
  • Serve as Special Education team lead at Singing Hills Elementary (2011-2012)
  • Coordinate special education teachers schedules and caseloads, provide consultative supports to special education teachers, train special education teachers in educational assessment measures, develop Teacher Assistant schedules, schedule and facilitate team meetings, schedule IEP meetings, and participate on the building leadership team
  • Serve as Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports team member
Professional Development Provided
  • Functional Behavioral Assessments and Behavioral Intervention Plans
  • Classroom Management
  • Function Based Thinking
  • Developing a Tier 1 System using Best Practices and Data Based Decision Making Within a PBIS Framework
  • Implementing a Multi-Tiered System of Support
  • Preventing Spring Fever Through PBIS
  • Tier 2 Systems, Data, and Practices
Additional Information
  • PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS/RELATED ACHIEVEMENTS *Member of the National Association for School Psychologists *Psy Chi Honor Society *Elected to serve as Graduate Assistant (September 2008-May 2009) *Dean's list (2005, 2006), Dean's list with honors (Fall 2006), President's list (Spring 2007)

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School Attended

  • Roberts Wesleyan College
  • Roberts Wesleyan College
  • SUNY College at Brockport

Job Titles Held:

  • Regional Behavior Specialist
  • School Psychologist 6-8
  • School Psychologist K-5


  • Master of Science
  • Bachelor of Science

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