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Truancy Specialist

Truancy Specialist

Come work in one of the most beautiful settings in the country and make a real difference in the lives of children! The Truancy Specialist works with identified K-8th grade students, their families, schools, and broader system of care, to improve the students’ attendance at school.

Responsibilities:

  • Regular contact with students, guardians, school staff and other providers to ensure consistent, accurate communication and effective problem solving. 
  • Attend Truancy Implementation Panel meetings
  • Actively promote school attendance awareness among families, school staff and the broader community through newsletters, webpage and other means of outreach.  
  • Understanding of the effects of mental health, family systems and social factors impacting truancy. 
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services field is required. 
  • Experience with restorative justice is a plus! 

NCSS is a short 25 minute commute from the Burlington area and close to Interstate 89.  Please send resume and cover to careers@ncssinc.org or apply online at www.ncssinc.org/careers.

Apr 02, 2019
Children Youth & Family
Positive attitude; strong communication & collaboration skills; math, strong writing and computer skills, especially word and excel; strengths-based approach to delivering care and capacity for self-reflection.
Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services field is required. Experience with restorative justice is a plus!
St. Albans, VT
NCSS
M-F, flexible
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