JOB TITLE: Title I Intervention Specialist WAGE/HOUR STATUS:
REPORTS TO: Campus Principal PAY GRADE: Salary Schedule-
DEPARTMENT: School Leadership DATE REVISED: April 2021
Disclaimer: This is a grant funded position. Funds for this
position are expected to be available up to the end of the school
year. In addition to other specified conditions of employment, the
applicant understands that no guarantee of continued employment,
beyond the availability of the grant funds, is expressed or implied
by Irving Independent School District.
PRIMARY PURPOSE: The campus Title I Intervention Specialist
serves as part of the school's leadership team: providing
specialized instruction to identified struggling students receiving
services through the response to intervention process, monitoring
student progress through quantitative and qualitative measures and
participating in Student Success Plan (SSP) meetings to provide
recommendations regarding adjustments to student instructional
plans. In addition to providing support for K-8 struggling students
in a small group or individual setting, he/she will provide
professional development and guidance for teachers to improve their
knowledge of differentiating instructional strategies and
monitoring/adjusting said practices to appropriately measure
student progress in the classroom.
- Bachelor's Degree
- Valid Texas teacher's certification
- 3 years of classroom experience
- Reading and/or Math Specialist certification, preferred
- Valid Texas Bilingual/ESL - Spanish Certificate/Endorsement,
- Knowledge of Texas Assessment Program, district curriculum, and
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills
- Demonstrate deep knowledge of the RtI process and district
- Demonstrate a deep knowledge of intervention techniques and
programs to accelerate the development of early literacy
- Ability to use the computer proficiently for word processing,
development of presentations and record keeping
- Ability to work collaboratively
- Ability to model instructional techniques/strategies
- Ability to follow verbal and written instructions
- Effective communication, interpersonal, and organizational
Minimum 3 years of Classroom experience as a teacher
MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:
- Provide daily focused instruction in small group math or
literacy settings in a push-in model for struggling students.
- Assist the classroom teacher in maintaining progress monitoring
records and anecdotal information as required by the SSP committee
in order to effectively measure student progress while
participating in given interventions.
- Use a variety of assessments and monitoring tools to help
diagnose and prescribe individual students needs as well as monitor
the progress of individual students daily and throughout the
- Participate in purposeful planning with teachers in specified
PLC's and grade level meetings to assist teachers in identifying
and serving students in need of intervention.
- Participate in all required interventionist Specialist
professional developments and district level meetings. The Title I
Intervention Specialist is charged with acquiring the knowledge,
skills, technology skills, and instructional intervention
strategies necessary to effectively impact student
- Work collaboratively with the Curriculum and Instruction
Coordinators and Title I Academic Specialists.
- Meet regularly with the school administration to keep them
abreast of student progress.
- Actively pursue opportunities for life-long learning and
- Uphold and enforce school rules, administrative regulations,
and legal/local board policies.
- Other duties related to the improvement of student achievement
as determined by the principal.
Mental Demands/Physical Demands/Environmental Factors: Must
maintain emotional control and exercise reasoning and
problem-solving skills while under stress. Must demonstrate ability
to communicate effectively (verbal and written). Should be able to
interpret procedures and analyze data for decision-making.
Safety: Contribute to the prevention of accidents and injuries
by observing safety rules and District policy, practicing the
principles and skills taught in safety training, wearing personal
protective equipment as required, reporting injuries and incidences
immediately to supervisor, and being proactive in the ongoing
efforts to improve and maintain workplace safety.
The information contained in this job description is for
compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and
foregoing statements describe the general purpose and
responsibilities assigned to this job and are not an exhaustive
list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills that may be
required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable
individuals with disabilities to perform the essential