Job Goal: To provide technical assistance, professional development, and compliance assistance to the districts in Region 6 in order
to develop effective and high-quality Career and Technical Education programs.
Qualifications: Master's Degree in Education preferred
Texas State Teacher Certification
Career and Technical Education Certification
Minimum five years teaching and/or supervisor experience in the field of Career
and Technical Education.
Working knowledge and experience with compliance and state and fiscal
guidelines under the Carl Perkins Grant.
Experience working with diverse groups of educators, counselors,
administrators, and students.
Experience in planning, developing, and presenting professional development to
diverse groups of educators.
Training and experience in curriculum and/or program development for CTE
programs Special Knowledge & Skills: Ability to establish rapport and work in collaboration with public school, ESC, and
Ability to prepare and provide professional development to educators of all
Ability to effectively work with diverse personalities
High degree of professionalism including strong organizational, communication
and public relations skills
Ability to work on multiple tasks with minimal supervision
Ability to utilize technology effectively
Willingness to travel frequently. Major Responsibilities: Respond to clients' needs in a courteous and timely manner with current,
Utilize distance learning technologies for meetings/technical assistance/trainings
to maximize efficiency in working with districts and working within the ESC.
Follow all federal, state, and local guidelines, policies, and procedures.
Maintain all internal and external required program paperwork and program
documentation and submit upon requested deadlines.
Collaborate with CTE and other ESC program area staff to coordinate program
activities, trainings, technical assistance and program information
Other duties as may be assigned.
Conduct CTE Leadership activities as specified in grant guidelines.
Provide professional development opportunities in: career clusters and programs
of study aligned to current labor trends and postsecondary programs, workbased learning, and meeting the needs of special populations in CTE.
Adhere to all grant program guidelines and requirements.
Attend all required TEA meetings, conferences and TETN sessions.
Disseminate information and resources provided by TEA staff.
Assist in conducting Federal Programs Director meetings.
Provide training, technical assistance and support for districts in program
effectiveness and program compliance.
Provide training and support for the Carl Perkins Federal Application and
Assist with development and implementation of local CTE programs.
Support counselors, administrators and teachers in understanding the benefits
of individualized programs of study based on career clusters and pathways for
college and career readiness.
Facilitate relationships between LEAs and local business and industry, as well as,
Institutes of Higher Education.
Provide technical assistance and training in CTE areas under the PBMAS and
assist districts with required responses to TEA.
Provide corrective action support under program monitoring, as needed.
Assist identified districts with preparation for and during on-site or desk audits
under Methods of Administration (MOA).
Any other training or technical assistance in CTE program areas requested by
Assist member districts with development of local needs assessments and
Continuous Improvement Planning (CIP) for services offered through the CTE
Inform and guide districts in meeting all specific provisions and assurances of the
CTE Perkins Grant.
Assist in coordinating the ESC Perkins SSA grant application activities; maintain
program documentation and records for compliance and audits. Terms of Employment: $55,000- $75,000, commensurate with experience
Job Goal: To assist districts with Title I programs under the ESSA application and compliance, provide professional development and technical assistance as outlined in the ESSA support grant, and assist districts with ESSA compliance monitoring in order to impact student success.
Master's Degree in Education preferred
Texas Teaching Certificate
Texas Mid Management preferred
Minimum of 5 years teaching experience
Minimum 3 years administrative experience as a Federal Programs Director preferred
Experience with federal program and fiscal guidelines as well as experience with compliance monitoring preferred.
Special Knowledge or Skills:
Background knowledge in all aspects and guidelines of Title I, Part A and other federal programs under ESSA
Knowledge and experience with federal and state fiscal guidelines and compliance under ESSA
Experience with Teacher Equity Plans and Highly Qualified Paraprofessionals
Experience in working with superintendents, business managers, and other central office and campus personnel
Ability to present workshops
Willingness to travel
Ability to work with diverse personalities effectively.
Respond to clients needs in a courteous and timely manner with current, accurate information.
Utilize distance learning technologies for meetings/technical assistance/trainings to maximize efficiency in working with districts and working within the ESC.
Ability to follow all Federal, State, and local guidelines, policies, and procedures.
Maintain all internal and external required program paperwork and program documentation and submit upon requested deadlines.
Collaborate with ESC Title I and other program area staff to coordinate program activities, trainings, technical assistance and program information dissemination.
Other duties as may be assigned.
Title I, Part A Fee Service: Fund Code 516: Provide customized training and technical assistance for member districts in:
Planning, designing and implementing Title I budgets and programs to increase student achievement and success.
Program documentation including assisting districts in development of local forms
Comparability of services and assistance in writing reports
Highly Qualified paraprofessional information and assistance with reports, including audit checks on personnel files and documentation for highly qualified
Assistance with Private Non-Profit Schools
Development of school/parent compacts and parent involvement policies according to ESSA guidelines
Title I A Monthly Checklist
TEA Program Audits in various components under Title I and ESSA
School Improvement Contracting districts will receive the following services: Application technical assistance,application preparation, amendments, and application negotiation with TEA contact.
ESSA Support: Fund Code 915:
Adhere to the program guidelines and requirements of the ESSA Support Grant.
Attend all required ESSA meetings, conferences and TETN sessions.
Disseminate information and resources provided by TEA staff.
Provide training and technical assistance for districts in all areas of basic services and capacity building according to grant requirements.
Training and support in Comprehensive Needs Assessments (CNA) and Continuous Improvement Planning (CIP).
Assist in conducting Federal Programs Director meetings
Provide required ESSA Toolkit professional development trainings.
Assist with any Highly Qualified Paraprofessional compliance.
Assist with TEA teacher equity training, support, and quality goals for districts not meeting state goals.
Provide ESSA Application and Compliance Report training.
Assist with Compliance Reports for Gun Free, Comparability and other program compliance.
Provide assistance for districts with new campuses becoming schoolwide.
Any other training or technical assistance in ESSA program areas requested by TEA.
Performance-Based Monitoring Accountability System (PBMAS): Fund Code 946:
Assist districts with compliance monitoring and corrective action reports under ESSA.
Provide technical assistance and training in PBMAS.
Job Goal:Provide prompt and accurate support to schools in Region 6 regarding the use of the TxEIS Business applications, including technical and school finance related issues, as well as, reporting requirements.
College degree in the area of Accounting, Finance, Business or Management Information Systems preferred
High School Diploma required
Experience using school accounting software
Experience analyzing and resolving problems with school finance/human resources
Experience meeting deadlines and completing tasks under pressure
Two years of school finance experience preferred
Special Knowledge & Skills:
Familiarity with school or governmental accounting procedures
Knowledge of TEA Financial Accounting Resource Guide, PEIMS, and any Local, State, and Federal reporting requirements
Perform assignments without continuous supervision
Ability to establish and maintain rapport with schools and Region 6 ESC personnel
Capable of working closely, and completing tasks, with co-workers
Ability to collaborate with schools and Region 6 ESC personnel
Ability to work with all facets of data processing
Excellent organization, communication, public relations, and interpersonal skills
Possesses a positive attitude and work ethic
Demonstrates responsibility and dependability
Employs acceptable listening, researching, and timely response techniques to clients and co-workers
Demonstrates the ability to perform the assigned responsibilities
Assist in the formulation and delivery of business support services to schools
Provide support in the areas of School Finance and local, state, and federal reporting
Assist schools with state and federal reporting, as well as, TEA mandates, TRS procedures and IRS laws
Perform tasks such as payroll processing, accounts payable, bank reconciliation, etc. on behalf of schools
Compose training material and conduct training/workshops
Analyze computer and software related issues
Maintain a professional level of confidentiality regarding Region 6 ESCmatters
Job Goal: To manage the department operations including budget preparation,
managing expenditures, maintaining and encouraging of department staff and
maintaining a relationship with member schools.
Qualifications: • Bachelor's Degree in Business, MIS or Education
• Working knowledge of both TxEIS and PEIMS (in student and
• Strong technology background
Special Knowledge &
Skills: • Planning, organization and public relations skills.
• Working experience with public school’s data processing
programs and requirements.
• Working knowledge of school accounting, budgeting and
reporting procedures preferred.
• Have the ability to supervise people, communicate effectively
and work as a team member.
Major Responsibilities: • Oversee the daily operations of the support and training of
Region 6 school districts' student and financial data.
• Manage department staffing.
• Coordinate the flow of accounting and student data for the
• Coordinate the flow of all Region 6 PEIMS data.
• Prepare and manage the Computer Services department
• Travel as required to perform necessary duties.
• Participate in staff development activities as designated by
Region 6 Administration and Policy. • Perform other duties as may be assigned.
Terms of Employment:Pay will be commensurate with experience
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