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Out Of School Suspension Facilitator

Job Title: Out of School Suspension Facilitator

Reports To: Out of School Suspension Supervisor

Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree, experience teaching students in High School (grades 6-8), with a focus on Math, the Sciences, and/or Language Arts (English and Reading). Excellent interpersonal communication skills, organizational and writing skills, time management and computer skills are required. Spanish-speaking is a plus.

Employment is contingent on successfully clearing a criminal background, DCF, and police checks and all pre-hire requirements.


•Facilitate Reboot out of school suspension program. The program is conducted Monday-Friday during the academic year from 7:30am-2:30pm.
• Provide classroom structure throughout the school day for five youth referred to Reboot out of school suspension program.
• Monitor completion of student assignments through their Chromebooks.
• Complete all required progress reports for Waterbury Public Schools.
• Work with Waterbury Public Schools to document progress in Out of School Suspension program and facilitate a smooth return to school at the end of the suspension period.

Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $20.50 per hour

Monday to Friday
Work Location: One location



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Any employees with questions or concerns about any type of discrimination in the workplace are encouraged to bring these issues to the attention of the Executive Director or the Director of Human Resources. Any employee who believes they are subject to unlawful harassment should follow the procedure set forth in the Prohibition on Harassment policy contained in the Employee Handbook.