Restorative Practice Practitioner

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Summary: The Restorative Justice Coordinator is responsible for providing a safe space for students and staff to resolve conflict, providing techniques and best practices to ensure that all person-to-person interactions are respectful and productive, contributing to development of our school culture, and participating in all pertinent professional development 

Our mission is to prepare students for success in life. If you are dedicated to a pursuit of excellence both in yourself and our students; if you are self-motivated; if you are an innovator and if you want to play a key role in changing young lives --we are looking for U. 

Role Responsibilities: 

Professional Development 

  • Seeks opportunities to develop their skills and knowledge 
  • Implements recommendations and best practices acquired through professional development, continuing education, observation, coaching, and evaluation
  •  Utilizes effective restorative justice practices responding to the needs of each student and staff member in the school community
  •  Data ○ Utilizes data to implement best practices and modify practices as needed
  •  Works closely with Dean of Culture to create and lead effective Professional Development 

School Culture 

  • Ensures a safe, supportive, and productive environment for students and staff
  • Sets and maintains high character expectations for students and staff
  •  Implements effective conflict resolution, and helpful student support services
  •  Promotes teamwork within the school community
  •  Demonstrates cultural competencies in being part of a multi-cultural institution
  •  Incorporates school-wide expectations into all work, projects, and interactions with members of the school community 

Community/Parental Outreach 

  • Actively engages parents into restorative justice process as needed 
  • Seeks and builds relationships with professional organizations 


  • Drafts, updates, and submits lesson plans and data analysis action plans on a consistent basis
  •  Responds to requests from the School Operations Team for any required actions or documents to maintain accurate and complete records and meet reporting deadlines 

Building Management 

  • Implements classroom procedures that promote a safe, clean, orderly, and productive classroom environment 

All other duties as assigned 



  • High School diploma or equivalent 


  • Knowledge of restorative justice theory and practices preferred
  • Experience in building positive relationships with colleagues, students, and parents 


  • Ability to nurture and develop the character of students
  •  Ability to make decisions in a strategic way balancing building strong relationships and maintaining high expectations for character
  •  Courage to make decisions in support of cultural goals while maintaining a steady pulse of team and school goals
  •  Meticulous organization and use of time 
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills 

Demonstrates U Prep’s Core Values 

  • We work well by ourselves and teams 
  • We care about people 
  • Our actions have a purpose 
  • We think big and do
  •  Learning is exciting 

Salary Compensation for this position depends on prior experience and is competitive. 


● Medical coverage 

● 401(k) - up to 6% matching 

● Eight sick and four personal days 

● Performance & Core Value bonuses 

● Career development 

Detroit 9090 is an equal opportunity employer and prohibits discrimination of any kind. All employment decisions with Detroit 9090 are based on district needs, job requirements, and individual qualifications, without regards to race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status. 

Location: Student Support Services in Detroit, MI
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