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  • Inclusive Practices Specialist

    Job Goal: To provide technical assistance and training to school personnel in the area of special education to improve student performance and program effectiveness for students with disabilities.

    Qualifications
           

    Master’s Degree in Education or related field.        

    Certification in Special Education.        
    Minimum of five years’ recent experience in the field of special education.

    Special Knowledge or Skills:
    • High degree of professionalism including strong public relations skills.
    • Ability to establish rapport and work in collaboration with districts’ SPED leadership team, administrative personnel, district staff, TEA and ESC personnel. 
    • Presentation skills; ability to provide professional development to educators. 
    • Ability to work on multiple tasks with minimal supervision.
    • Ability to use technology effectively. 
    • Willingness to travel.

    Major Responsibilities or Duties:

    • Provide assistance and training to LEAs in the education of students with disabilities so that these students have access to the general education curriculum, least restrictive environment and making academic progress. 
    • Provide training and technical assistance reflecting evidence-based research, least restrictive environment, instructional strategies, inclusive practices, differentiated instruction, state assessment, national and state initiatives and district/regional needs.
    • Provide technical assistance and training in model programs and strategies, including standards-based IEPs, for students with disabilities.
    • Effectively collaborate with content area specialist in delivery of curriculum and instructional training.
    • Assist districts in locating resources necessary for delivery of best practices for students with disabilities.
    • Actively participate and support assigned statewide networks and projects through attendance at meetings, and implementation and evaluation of program plan.
    • Develop and maintain current legal knowledge regarding target population.
    • Participate in School Improvement Project.
    • Assist in the development of grant applications and department budgets.
    • Collaborate in providing training to the Teacher Preparation and Certification Program (TCPC) project.
    • Perform other duties as may be assigned.
  • Early Childhood Specialist

    Job Goal:  To develop the Region 6 ESC educational goals through effective and efficient staff development in early childhood, literacy and curriculum to improve student achievement . 

    Qualifications 
    • Bachelor’s degree in Education or related field.
    • Master’s Degree in Education (preferred).
    • Texas State Teacher Certification.
    • Early Childhood Texas certification.
    • Experience with Early Childhood (EC), the Prekindergarten            Guidelines, Kindergarten TEKS, instructional coaching, data
      collection, and reporting preferred.
    • Minimum of five years teaching experience
    Special Knowledge & Skills
    • Knowledge of Early Childhood State & Federal Regulations.
    • Ability to provide professional development to educators using effective presentation skills.
    • High degree of professionalism including strong public relations skills.
    • Ability to establish rapport and work in collaboration with public school and ESC personnel.
    • Ability to work on multiple tasks with minimal supervision.
    • Ability to use technology effectively.
    • Willingness to travel.
    Major Responsibilities
    • Provide staff development and technical assistance in research-based instructional strategies and content with appropriate follow-up.
    • Provide training in state content standards for Prekindergarten and Kindergarten.
    • Provide staff development and technical assistance in long range planning, reading/language arts curriculum alignment to the TEKS and STAAR, and implementation of the TEKS.
    • Serve as a resource for teachers and administrators for information regarding early childhood, literacy trends and materials, assessment data collection and reporting.
    • Provide instructional coaching as requested.
    • Attend conferences and meetings as appropriate.
    • Provide support to schools inputting data into the ECDS system.
    • Perform other duties as assigned.
    Terms of Employment
    Pay commensurate with experience. Pay Grade 5. 



  • Reading Academies Cohort Leader

    Job Description: To lead House Bill 3 Reading Academies Cohorts for districts within Region 6 under the guidance of the Texas Education Agency and Region 6 ESC. Potential range for work is 13-40 hours per week. Hours are dependent on Region 6 Reading Academies enrollment and needs for both Bilingual and non Bilingual cohort leaders.

    Education:
    • Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, or related field (required)
    • Master's Degree in Education or related field (preferred)
    Certifications:
    • Valid Texas teaching certificate
    • Ability to successfully complete all House Bill 3 Reading Academies Cohort Leader screening and training requirements as determined by the Texas Education Agency
    Experience: 
    • Minimum five years teaching experience (required)
    • Experience in instructional coaching (preferred)
    • Experience in facilitating professional learning (preferred)
    Special Knowledge or Skills:
    • Knowledge of the Science of Teaching Reading and the ability to learn all House Bill 3 Reading Academies content
    • High degree of professionalism including strong public relations skills
    • Ability to establish rapport and work in collaboration with school and ESC personnel
    • Presentation skills; ability to facilitate House Bill 3 Reading Academies modules to educators
    • Training and/or experience in K-3 reading 
    • Ability to work on multiple tasks with minimal supervision
    • Willingness to travel
    • Ability to access and utilize technology for remote facilitation of House Bill 3 Reading Academies
    Major Responsibilities or Duties:
    • Communicate information regarding the Texas Reading Academies with ESC clients and ESC staff
    • Facilitate intensive, sustained professional development in instructional strategies and content with appropriate follow-up for the House Bill 3 Reading Academies
    • Provide technical assistance to districts regarding the House Bill 3 Reading Academies
    • Provide instructional coaching and support in accordance with the Texas Education Agency House Bill 3 Reading Academies model
    • Stay abreast of and adhere to all changes, updates, and requirements regarding House Bill 3 Reading Academies
    • Support districts in all aspects of the House Bill 3 Reading Academies
    • Assist with dissemination of materials and information regarding House Bill 3 Reading Academies
    • With the assistance of Region 6 ESC, maintain records of participant attendance and successful completion of all House Bill 3 Reading Academies requirements and artifact submission
    • Adhere to all requirements and duties of a Cohort Leader as determined by the Texas Education Agency and Region 6 ESC
    • Perform other duties as assigned
    Supervisory Duties: None

    Equipment Used: Technology Equipment as appropriate

    Working Conditions: Mental Demands/Physical Demands/Environmental Factors including the following: 
    • Work flexible and/or non traditional hours
    • Work offsite/remotely
    • Work on multiple tasks with frequent interruptions
    • Maintain emotional control under stress
    • Occasional prolonged and irregular hours
    • Frequent region-wide and occasional statewide travel
    • Occasional lifting including transporting materials 

  • Assistive Technology, Speech-Language Specialist

    Job Goal: To increase achievement of students with disabilities through technical assistance and training for LEA staff in areas of technology, and best practices for student success.

    Qualifications
    Master’s Degree in Education or related field.
    Certification in Special Education.
    Licensed Speech and Language Pathologist or Speech and Hearing Therapy Certificate.
    Supervisor, mid-management, or administrator certification preferred.      Minimum of five years’ recent experience in the field of special education.        Knowledge of current technology preferred.

    Special Knowledge/Skills
    High degree of professionalism including strong public relations skills.       
    Ability to establish rapport and work in collaboration with public school and ESC personnel.

    Presentation skills; ability to provide professional development to educators.
    Ability to work on multiple tasks with minimal supervision.
    Ability to use technology effectively.       
    Willingness to travel.


    Major Responsibilities: Funded 100% Federal
    Provide technical assistance and training to LEA personnel in implementation of effective programs and services for students with disabilities.
    Assist LEAs with program compliance, reviews and on-site visits.      
    Participate in training and assistance through Teacher Preparation and Certification Program (TPCP) project as needed.

    Participate as active member of Statewide Networks and projects.
    Assist with school improvement activities as needed.
    Attend TEA, Statewide ESC meetings and conferences as appropriate for job. Perform other duties as may be assigned
  • Secondary Mathematics Specialist

    Job Goal: To develop the Region 6 ESC educational goals through effective and efficient staff development in developmentally appropriate instructional strategies and assessment procedures to improve student achievement.

    Qualifications
    • Master’s Degree in Education or related field.
    • Certified in Texas Mathematics or related field.
    • Minimum five years teaching experience (required).
    Special Knowledge & Skills
    • High degree of professionalism including strong public relations skills.
    • Ability to establish rapport and work in collaboration with public school and ESC personnel.
    • Presentation skills; ability to provide professional development to educators.
    • Training and experience in mathematics.
    • Ability to work on multiple tasks with minimal supervision.
    • Ability to use technology effectively.
    • Willingness to travel.
    Major Responsibilities
    • Plan and deliver intensive, sustained professional development and technical assistance in instructional strategies and content with appropriate follow-up for mathematics.
    • Provide training in national/state content standards and assistance to schools in the implementation of the mathematics TEKS and preparation for mathematics assessments.
    • Provide professional development and technical assistance in long range planning, curriculum alignment and implementation and assessment in mathematics.
    • Provide staff development in the integration of mathematics with technology and other subjects, as appropriate
    • Assist with dissemination of mathematics materials/information and marketing of mathematics offerings.
    • Attend conferences and meetings as appropriate to serve as a resource for teachers and administrators on information regarding mathematics trends and materials.
    • Manage and/or assist with grant programs related to the area of mathematics.
    • Provide staff development and technical assistance as part of the Curriculum Collaborative.
    • Maintain teacher contact database.
    • Handle calendar and workshop planning and scheduling for maximize participation.
    • Perform other duties as assigned.
    Terms of Employment
    Pay will be commensurate with experience
  • Specialist- Reading Language Arts (Elementary)

    Job Goal:
    To develop the Region 6 ESC educational goals through effective and efficient staff development in developmentally appropriate instructional strategies and assessment procedures to improve student achievement. To coordinate and align high quality professional development across all content areas.

    Qualifications:
     Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education (required)
     Master's Degree in Education or related field (preferred)
     Certified in Texas Reading/Language Arts or related field
     Minimum five years teaching experience

    Special Knowledge & Skills:
     High degree of professionalism including strong public relations skills
     Ability to establish rapport and work in collaboration with public school and
    ESC personnel
     Presentation skills; ability to provide professional development to educators
     Training and experience in reading and language arts
     Ability to work on multiple tasks with minimal supervision
     Ability to use technology effectively
     Ability to maintain professionalism with ESC clients and ESC staff
     Willingness to travel

    Major Responsibilities:
     Communicate appropriate information with ESC clients and ESC staff.
     Plan and deliver intensive, sustained professional development and technical
    assistance in instructional strategies and content with appropriate follow-up
    for reading and language arts
     Provide training in state content standards and assistance to schools in the
    implementation of the reading and language arts TEKS and preparation for
    reading and language arts assessments.
     Provide professional development and technical assistance in long range
    planning, curriculum alignment and implementation and assessment in reading
    and language arts
     Provide staff development in the integration of reading and language arts with
    technology and other subjects, as appropriate
     Model and coach Region 6 supported instructional practices
     Assist with dissemination of reading and language arts materials/information
    and marketing of reading and language arts offerings
     Manage and/or assist with grant programs related to the area of reading and
    language arts if appropriate
     Manage calendar and workshop planning and scheduling for maximizing
    participation

     Align professional development services across content areas.
    Coordinate content specialist to support Region 6 districts with content related professional development.
    Stay up to date on the most current applicable information from TEA and Region 6 supported instructional practices.
    Attend outside conferences as approved by supervisor and as funding allows.
    Perform other duties as assigned

    Terms of Employment: 
    Pay is commensurate with experience




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