Student Success Coach

Job Description:

In your role, you assist with the daily operation of the school, specifically in the areas of attendance, behavioral, and disciplinary prevention and intervention services. This position serves as a resource for instructional and systemic equity at the high school level.
As our Student Success Coach, you will work in step with our Assistant School Leader, and instructional team to fulfill our school-wide vision
Above all, you will help us determine how we will fulfill the Rooted Promise. This might not work. It might not be fun. I hope you’ll do it anyway.
  • We want teammates who demonstrate a passion for and commitment to Rooted’s mission
  • We want teammates who have an unwavering commitment to radical transparency and radical open-mindedness (that, regardless of how much you know about something, you could be wrong)
  • We want teammates who thrive in a startup environment (mainly comfort with change and ambiguity, strong initiative)
  • We want teammates who have at least three years’ experience managing operations and basic financial procurement in a school or business setting
  • We want teammates who have very strong organization and planning skills
  • We want teammates who have extensive experience using Google products, specifically in Excel
  • We want teammates who crave a customer service environment, especially in service of our teachers so that they may do their amazing work for our students
  • We want teammates who thrive in a multi-faceted role, switching often between skill sets and task types
  • We want teammates who demonstrate a passion for details and navigating the minutiae of a project
  • We want teammates who have strong project management skills (ability to manage lateral colleagues toward outcomes).


areas of responsibility include (but aren’t limited to)
  • Assist in the implementation of policies, regulation guidelines, and procedures pertaining to student behavior and attendance.
  • Assist in maintaining discipline throughout the student body
  • Address bus behavior referrals and maintains appropriate documentation
  • Assist teachers with behavior management plans and strategies
  • Monitors progress of students with check-ins, scheduled meetings or proactive outreach and communication, responding to students’ questions, concerns and needs
  • Conducts academic coaching through individual or group sessions that help students assess their own performance and develop academic success plans.
  • Assists students in developing self-efficacy by identifying and overcoming obstacles that may be impeding academic success
  • Helps students in identifying, developing and implementing learning strategies and study skills specific to course materials
  • Refers students to appropriate academic personnel and support resources and collaborates with other to monitor and accelerate the academic progress of the students referred
  • Work with student services staff in providing guidance and motivation for success and in collaboratively developing plans for students who struggle.
  • Serve as emergency substitute teacher when need arises
  • Perform such record-keeping functions including entry of behavior events in the student information system, and producing and sending documentation related to behavior events to families as required by policy
  • Participate in professional growth to improve skills related to the job assignment
  • Perform supervision of students during unstructured times such as before and after school, during passing times and during lunch periods. As a member of school administrative team, assist with supervision of special events
  • Make recommendations concerning the revision and updating of student code of conduct rules, regulations, and handbooks.
  • Perform other related duties as directed by the Principal