Position: Capstone Education Group seeks highly skilled Behavior Interventionists to work with the Dean of Culture to create and implement a structured, disciplined learning environment in our schools.


This is a unique opportunity to join the work of expanding three high-performing schools that do whatever it takes to prepare students for college success. In 2012, Capstone Education Group (CEG), and its elementary school, Cornerstone Prep, joined the Achievement School District (ASD), a new program created to transform Priority Schools in the state of Tennessee. Since 2012, CEG has successfully launched two elementary schools and one middle school, been recognized as a TVAAS 5 school, scored in the 90th percentile in growth for 3 years in a row on a nationally recognized test and earned double digit gains in proficiency over the prior year on TCAP. US Secretary of Education Arne Duncan recognized the school for outstanding student achievement during his visit to Memphis.

Capstone Education Group is looking for a Behavior Interventionist for the 2021-2022 school year. The Behavior Interventionist will help refine and create school discipline policies, culture, behavioral plans, teacher strategies and student expectations as school begins in the fall of 2021.


Capstone Education Group equips all students with the Wisdom and Knowledge necessary to succeed in college and to become leaders in their community.

Job Expectations:

-Work with the Dean of Culture to design and implement outstanding school-wide behavior management plan to ensure all students achieve at high levels
-Support teachers by being the first responder to problems with students in the classroom
-Escort students to a classroom designed to help students make better decisions
-Assist in monitoring large student gatherings and transitions
-Monitor after-school detention hall
-Effectively work with the behavior team to improve student behavior, executing individual behavior plans when needed
-Partner with parents in addressing social issues manifested in the classroom
-Work with the Dean of Culture to define appropriate consequences for student misconduct
-Create a school culture of high academic performance and strong moral character
-Work with students inside of classes and in pull-out rooms when needed
-Continuously create and refine effective character development practices
-Willingness to work in an extended day environment, staying late when needed with students who are awaiting their ride


-Experience working with urban children or families
-Experience directly related to behavior, social work or counseling
-Desire to model and teach wise decision-making to elementary students
-Belief that there is not a more urgent task than to provide an outstanding education to students from low-income, urban backgrounds
-An unwavering conviction that all students can behave and achieve at high levels
-Commitment to do whatever it takes to prepare all students for college success
-Ability to work well in a team of high performers


-Willingness to be a team player and at times take on duties above and beyond those listed
-Organized and detail oriented
-Ability to have firm, loving, honest conversations with students and parents
-Belief in the need for consistent rewards, consequences and behavior systems across all classes and grades
-An unwavering conviction that all students can achieve at high levels
Capstone Education Group:

Capstone Education Group leads three neighborhood charter schools:

-Cornerstone Prep Denver Campus (Pre K-5), Cornerstone Prep Lester Campus (Pre-K-5) and Lester Prep (6-8).

-Capstone Education Group’s Vision: CEG equips all students with the Wisdom and Knowledge necessary to succeed in college and to become leaders in their community.

-Visit www.capstoneeducationgroup.org/joinourteam to view all of our open positions and for more information on Capstone Education Group and the schools.