Duval County Public SchoolsTeacher - Dean

Duval County Public Schools

Teacher - Dean (66)

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TitleTeacher - Dean
Posting ID66
Job Summary

Implements the Duval County Code of Student Conduct at the school level. Problem solves with students, parents, and teachers regarding disciplinary issues. Supervises attendance procedures and student conduct. Plans and implements programs and procedures for the elimination of disciplinary problems.

Essential Functions 

        1. Administers appropriate disciplinary actions as outlined in the Code of Student Conduct, which often necessitates the

            counsel of students and the contact of students' homes.

        2. Ensures that the Code of Student Conduct is disseminated and explained to all students, teachers and parents. 

            Conducts Code of Conduct training for all school employees.

        3. Develops and oversees a school attendance plan. Counsels students with excessive absences/tardies.
        4. Provides "preventive" counseling for students referred by teachers before actual disciplinary measures are necessary.
        5. Refers students to school guidance services when appropriate.

        6. Initiates action for suspensions of students.

        7. Confers with students, parents, and teachers concerning student problems, such as unauthorized absenteeism,

            classroom procedures, etc.

        8. Develops and oversees the school positive behavioral support plan (PBS), including a PBS school team.

        9. Performs other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications


Education:  Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university.
Experience:  Two (2) years teaching experience. Strong experience in behavioral intervention and management techniques preferred.  Salary is based on verified years of teaching experience.
Certifications & Licenses:  Florida Department of Education Professional Certificate.   

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities 
  • In depth knowledge of behavioral intervention and management techniques and methodologies
  • Knowledge of federal, state and district legislation, policies and standards related to disciplinary program management
  • Strong oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills
  • Strong word processing and presentation software skills
  • Strong creative problem solving skills
  • Strong time management skills
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Ability to work collaboratively with parents, principals, and District staff
  • Ability to assist Principals and support staff in achieving expected outcomes
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks
  • Ability to facilitate meetings effectively
  • Ability to implement continuous improvement processes
  • Ability to collaborate with parents, principals, teachers, and school staff  
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Shift TypeFull-Time
Salary Range$39,500 - $74,400.00 / Per Year
LocationSchool Based

Applications Accepted

Start Date02/01/2018
End Date05/20/2019