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  • School Improvement Lead Rev

    Job Goal: School Improvement Leads are full time positions that coordinate all school improvement activities for each district and campus in Region 6 ESC that is engaged in school improvement interventions. The coordination required will vary according to the specific needs of the district and/or campus. Lead position is a position dedicated solely to school improvement in Region 6 ESC.

    Qualifications:
    • Campus/district level experience a must for the position. Individuals that have experience leading campuses or school districts that exhibited high academic performance are best suited for the position of ESC School Improvement Lead. 
    • Recent experience at the campus/district leadership level is preferred.
    • Texas Principal Certification. District or Campus Administration Experience.
    Special Knowledge and Skills:
    • Possess leadership skills required to lead the development of a collaborative approach to school improvement
    • Possess expertise in planning, implementing, and managing improvement efforts at the campus/district level.
    • Has a full understanding of the state accountability system as well as the federal system of accountability.
    • Has the expertise needed to stay abreast of any changes in either the state or federal accountability systems.
    • Has the ability to develop and lead staff development for a variety of groups. Accepts the responsibility of being accountable for the success of campuses/districts in school improvement.
    • Has the ability to work with adult learners
    • Has recent leadership and management experience.
    • Is a change agent that can work with groups with divergent thinking.
    • Maintains result-orientation.
    • Skilled in the use of data to improve academic performance.
    • Practices strong communication skills.
    • Operates from a sense of urgency in implementing the school improvement efforts required.
    • Has the ability to provide positive and critical feedback to all involved.
    • Is willing to attend many meetings related to school improvement across the Region.
    • Has the flexibility to make changes to plans identified as being less efficient. Knows how to recognize and celebrate success.
    • Has knowledge of school improvement requirements set forth in statute
    Major Responsibilities:
    • Participates in all meetings, training, and other sessions involving school improvement in their assigned schools.
    • Assist in the development of specific training based on identified needs. Participates in any turnaround state required school improvement trainings, including but not limited to ESF training, Texas Instructional Leadership (TIL) training.
    • Assists in T-TESS training for ESC School Improvement Team members.
    • Participates in all site visits with Executive Director and Deputy Director for the purpose of creating a sense of urgency around school improvement.
    • Develops expectations for ESC staff assigned to SI campuses and districts. Assigns appropriate ESC staff to SI campuses and districts.
    • Develops and monitors feedback process for assigned ESC staff to SI campuses/districts.
    • Serve as liaison with Texas Education Agency.
    • Reviews and provides feedback on all Targeted Improvement Plans and Turnaround Plans.
    • Works closely with DCSI and campus principal at designated campuses to analyze campus data, develop required improvement plans, complete submission requirements and monitor plan implementation.
    • Leads all ESF Diagnostic Reviews for assigned SI campuses.
    • Monitors progress and effectiveness of school improvement efforts across the Region.

  • Data Analyst

    Job Goal: To conduct in-depth analysis of all data related to school performance for all schools in ESC Region 6 including national, state and local data elements. Elements include but are not limited to student assessments, teacher performance, demographics, content specific data, program specific data and overall performance trends.

    Qualifications:
    College degree (masters preferred). 
    Valid Texas teachers certificate preferred. 
    Software certifications helpful but not required 
    School leadership experience preferred 
    Experience in data disaggregation 
    Experience in facilitating groups in data analysis

    Special Knowledge & Skills:
    Knowledge of the TEA State Accountability System
    Knowledge of performance measurements for educators
    Knowledge of National Assessment data systems
    Ability to establish rapport and work in collaboration with school and ESC personnel
    Presentation skills
    Ability to work on multiple tasks with minimal supervision
    Ability to access and utilize technology for data disaggregation
    Ability to conduct analysis of multiple data elements 

    Major Responsibilities:
    Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
    Conducts analyses of all district and campus data for improvement purposes;
    Teaching and training LEAs on how to best use their data system reports (whether DMAC or Eduphoria) to drive instruction and instructional practices;
    Interprets and review assessment data with administrators and teachers; support the planning of action steps
    Assist campuses with local, state, and national assessment data to make decisions at a district, campus, classroom, and student level;
    Create trend analyses for the student, teacher, and content cohorts that will assist districts in analyzing longitudinal data trends;
    Analyzes and prepares reports from local, state, and national assessment data as it relates to individual student performance and school improvement.      Assist School Improvement Team with campus and district data and accountability goals.
    Assist School Improvement Team with TELPAS data tracking and measuring the progress of English Learners
    Assist School Improvement Team with CCMR data and assist in suggesting ways campuses, including alternative education campuses, can improve CCMR indicators;
    Develops and maintains historical campus and district data files to monitor and track performance;
    Works with region partners, as needed, in one-on-one and group settings to conduct training in the use of data to improve student results;
    Ensures the validity of all data presented to staff; Implement in conjunction with department directors data collection processes that gauge the effectiveness of ESC programs 
    Models nondiscriminatory practices in all activities.
  • Secondary College and Career Readiness Counselor

    Job Goal: Provide training and technical assistance to support secondary counselors in the region regarding course selections and credit accrual pathways for post-secondary career, college and/or military readiness.

    Qualifications:
    • Master’s Degree in Education or Counseling
    • Texas Teacher Certification
    • Certified Counselor
    • Minimum three years serving as a counselor in a high school setting providing secondary academic advisory and career guidance
    • Training and experience working with CTE programs of study and student advisory for building future career paths
    • Experience in planning, developing, and presenting professional development to adults
    Special Knowledge and Skills:
    • High degree of professionalism including strong organizational, communication, and public relations skills
    • Ability to establish rapport and work in collaboration with public school, ESC and state personnel
    • Ability to prepare and provide professional development to educators of all levels
    • Knowledge of high school master scheduling, programs of study, and course articulation pathways
    • Knowledge of federal Perkins funding requirements
    • Working knowledge and experience with student career counseling, academic advisory, graduation requirements, advanced coursework and a wide array of post-secondary opportunities
    • Ability to effectively work with diverse personalities
    • Ability to effectively work on multiple tasks with minimal supervision
    • Ability to utilize current technology platforms and software
    Major Responsibilities and Duties:
    • Respond to clients' needs in a courteous and timely manner with current, accurate information
    • Utilize distance learning technologies for meetings/technical assistance/trainings
    • Follow all federal, state, and ESC guidelines, policies, and procedures
    • Develop and maintain positive, professional relationships between the ESC and LEAs
    • Maintain all internal and external required program paperwork and program documentation and submit by requested deadlines
    • Other duties as may be assigned  
    • Assist secondary school counselors with master scheduling to maximize college readiness opportunities for students, especially those who are at-risk.
    • Facilitate and provide training opportunities in advanced coursework and college entry criteria (AP, IB, preparation SAT and ACT)
    • Provide support to secondary counselors in the areas of:
      • Graduation requirements
      • GPA calculation
      • CCMR accountability
      • Transcripts and transcript evaluation
      • Early College High School modeling
      • Course selection process – both academic and career
    • Assist secondary schools with master scheduling to maximize access to CTE coursework in various programs of study
    • Collaborate with CTE and other ESC program area staff to provide training and support to secondary counselors in the region regarding CTE programs of study coursework and be able to enhance offerings
    • Support LEA staff at all levels in understanding the benefits of individualized programs of study based on career clusters and pathways for career readiness
    • Collaborate with CTE staff to conduct regional professional development and technical assistance activities as specified in grant guidelines related to career guidance
    • Support ESC efforts to provide career exploration opportunities for middle school and high school students including student conferences
    • Follow guidelines and reporting deadlines provided by the TEA
    • Plan and facilitate networking meetings and disseminate information to update secondary counselor contacts in a timely manner
    • Attend all required TEA meetings, conferences and TETNs

  • Part-Time Migrant Recruiter - Temporary Position

    Job Goal The role of the recruiter is to carry out identification and recruitment activities throughout Region 6 to locate families that may be eligible for Migrant Education Program (MEP) services. This includes canvassing communities and businesses and interviewing families that work in agriculture or fishing using state MEP protocols. This is a temporary position that will end on August 31, 2021 based on grant funding.

    Qualifications:
    • High School Diploma
    • Experience working with diverse groups of people
    • Work experience in customer service
    • Work experience in social services, outreach, and/advocacy preferred
    Special Knowledge and Skills:
    • Must possess fluency in written and oral English and Spanish.
    • Must have strong interpersonal communication skills and a professional customer service attitude.
    • Must have a friendly and courteous demeanor and the ability to establish rapport when working with clients and ESC staff.
    • Must be self-directed and able to work with minimal supervision
    • Must be able to collaborate and work effectively with diverse personalities
    • Must be able to complete required paperwork accurately and in a timely manner.
    • Must maintain confidentiality with sensitive information
    • Must be able to utilize current technology platforms and software
    • Must have a valid driver's license, be willing to travel throughout the region, and be able to use a map for navigation.
    Major Responsibilities and Duties:
    • Complete all required training for the position of recruiter
    • Work closely with Region 6 MEP staff to support and expand the Identification and Recruitment (ID&R) network by coordinating with local and regional organizations and agencies that provide services to migrant worker and their families.
    • Conduct identification and recruitment activities to identify migrant families and Out-of-School Youth (OSY) in Region 6, which may include: canvassing the region and posting materials, interviewing families, and accurately recording necessary facts to be shared with ESC MEP staff.
    • Collaborate with and provide information to the ESC NGS specialist Serve as a representative of the ESC 6 Migrant Education Program with professionalism in all interactions.
    • Conduct themselves with a positive, friendly, approachable manner when working with families and clients.
    • Maintain all internal and external required program paperwork and program documentation and submit by requested deadlines.
    • Follow all local, state, and federal guidelines and policies
    • Other ID&R related duties as assigned


  • Title I/ESSA Support Education Specialist

    Job Goal: To provide customized assistance to districts to locally implement Title I and other programs under the ESSA (Every Student Succeeds Act) consolidated application for federal funds; and to provide professional development and technical support as outlined by TEA and the ESSA support grants.

    Qualifications:
    • Master’s degree in Education
    • Texas Teacher certification Texas Mid-Management preferred 
    • Texas Mid-Management preferred 
    • Minimum 5 years teaching and/or supervisory experience
    • Working knowledge and experience with compliance, and state and federal program and fiscal guidelines
    • Experience in planning, developing, and presenting professional development to adults  
    Special Knowledge and Skills:
    • Background knowledge in federal programs under ESSA, especially Title I, A High degree of professionalism including strong organizational, communication, and public relations skills 
    • Ability to establish rapport and work in collaboration with public school, ESC, and state personnel 
    • Ability to serve in a support role and provide excellent customer service 
    • Ability to prepare and provide professional development to educators of all levels 
    • Detail oriented and able to complete and submit required documentation on time 
    • Ability to collaborate and work effectively with diverse personalities 
    • Ability to work on multiple tasks effectively with minimal supervision 
    • Ability to utilize current technology platforms and software
    Major Responsibilities and Duties:
    General:
    • Respond to clients' needs in a courteous and timely manner with current, accurate information.
    • Utilize distance learning technologies for attending and providing meetings/technical assistance/trainings.
    • Follow all federal, state, and ESC guidelines, policies, and procedures.
    • Develop and maintain positive, professional relationships within the ESC and between the ESC, LEAs and TEA.
    • Maintain all internal and external required program paperwork and program documentation and submit by requested deadlines.
    • Work cooperatively with ESC staff and the Title I Team in coordination of programs activities, training, technical assistance and program information dissemination.
    • Attend any required training either virtually or in-person
    • Other duties as may be assigned.
    Fund Source Local:
    • Provide customized training and technical assistance to districts (on-site, remotely, phone, and email) in:
      • Program planning and program requirements
      • Budget planning and implementation follow ups
      • Program documentation including assisting districts in development of local forms
      • Completion and submission of ESSA related applications, amendments, and compliance reports
      • Comparability of services and assisting districts in writing of reports
      • Assistance with comprehensive needs assessments
      • Private Nonprofit Schools assistance
    • Collaborate to create and disseminate the Title I monthly checklist and newsletters  
    Fund Source Grants:
    • Understand and adhere to all grant guidelines and carry out required activities 
    • Work cooperatively with Title I staff to conduct required regional professional development and technical assistance activities as specified in grant guidelines 
    • Assist LEAs with program validations, audits, identified compliance issues, and/or corrective actions 
    • Follow guidelines and reporting deadlines provided by the TEA 
    • Collaborate with ESC Title I Team to plan and facilitate director meetings and disseminate information and resources provided by TEA staff in a timely manner 
    • Attend all required TEA meetings, conferences, webinars, TETNs
  • Texas Home Learning - Elementary Math Specialist

    Job Goal: To provide on-site or virtual instructional coaching and technical support as well as professional development to participating PK-12 educational entities.

    Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s Degree (required).
    • Master’s Degree (preferred).    
    • Valid Texas teacher certification required.
    • 15 hours in mathematics course work preferred.
    • Three years of classroom teaching experience required.
    • Mathematics teaching experience preferred.
    • Instructional coaching/mentoring experience preferred.
    • Professional development experience preferred.
    Special Knowledge & Skills:
    • Knowledge of research-based strategies used with young students to adult learners.
    • Knowledge of Pre-Kindergarten Guidelines and TEKS.
    • Ability to develop, coordinate, and deliver professional development face-to-face or virtually.
    • Ability to create and provide professional development based on pre-determined published material. 
    • Ability to interpret data and evaluate the instructional programs and teaching effectiveness.
    • Ability to work with public and charter school teachers, administrators and instructional personnel.
    • Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills.
    Major Job Responsibilities:
    • Collaborate with ESC content specialists and participating LEAs to pilot the use of Texas Home Learning curriculum.
    • Offer ongoing support in the form of professional learning community (PLC) meetings, professional development, data analysis and technical assistance to support each educational entity including, but not limited to, directors, administrators, and teachers.
    • Provide instructional coaching to participants in the CRIMSI Grant pilot. ·        Coordinate assigned instructional coaching projects including, but not limited to goal setting, classroom observations, model teaching, and providing resources. Attend training to increase knowledge and expertise of teacher-student interactions, coaching, etc.
    • Assist in designing and producing professional development and related materials based on needs to support, increase, and create quality instructional practices within Region 6.
    • Monitor and maintain records/documentation, meet timelines, establish project goals and metrics and report project implementation activities and progress to TEA, including assisting in annual reports and a culminating report at the conclusion of the pilot.
    • Attend and participate in professional development, meetings, and trainings including monthly ESC 6 professional development.
    • Collaborate to create and produce quality professional development and follow up communications including, but not limited to, a blog or newsletters.

  • Career and Technical Education Specialist

    Job Goal:
    To serve as a Career and Technical Education (CTE) Specialist by providing professional development, compliance support, and technical assistance to LEAs in Region 6 in order to develop effective, high quality CTE programs.  

    Qualifications:
    • Master's Degree in Education preferred
    • Texas Teacher Certification in the field of CTE
    • 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 adults.
    • Training and experience in curriculum and/or program development for CTE programs
    Special Knowledge & Skills:
    • High degree of professionalism including strong organizational, communication, and public relations skills
    • Ability to establish rapport and work in collaboration with public school, ESC and state personnel
    • Ability to prepare and provide professional development to educators of all levels 
    • Knowledge of state and federal guidelines for CTE programs and funding         
      Ability to effectively work with diverse personalities
    • Ability to effectively work with diverse personalities 
    • Ability to work on multiple tasks effectively with minimal supervision         
      Ability to utilize current technology platforms and software
    • Ability to utilize current technology platforms and software 
    Major Responsibilities
    • Respond to clients' needs in a courteous and timely manner with current, accurate information.
    • Utilize distance learning technologies for meetings/technical assistance/trainings Follow all federal, state, and ESC guidelines, policies, and procedures.      
      Develop and maintain positive, professional relationships between the ESC and LEAs
    • Develop and maintain positive, professional relationships between the ESC and LEAs Maintain all internal and external required program paperwork and program documentation and submit by requested deadlines.
    • Collaborate with CTE and other ESC program area staff to coordinate program activities, trainings, technical assistance and program information dissemination. Support LEA staff at all levels in understanding the benefits of individualized programs of study based on career clusters and pathways for college and career readiness
    • Other duties as may be assigned
    • Conduct required regional CTE professional development and technical assistance activities as specified in grant guidelines
    • Assist identified LEAs with preparation for, and during, on-site MOA visits or desk audits by the TEA
    • Assist LEAs with identified compliance issues and/or corrective actions
    • Follow guidelines and reporting deadlines provided by the TEA
    • Facilitate relationships between LEAs and local business and industry, Workforce Development Boards, Institutes of Higher Education (IHE), etc.
    • Provide training and support in program effectiveness and compliance, and the Carl Perkins Federal Application and Compliance Reporting
    • Plan and facilitate networking meetings and disseminate information to update directors in a timely manner
    • Work with the TEA CTE staff to promote the statewide goals and objectives
      Serve as the CTE point of contact for the EcosSTEM grant and facilitate the specific grant training requirements
    • Coordinate with ESC science and math specialists to support the ESC EcosySTEM grant Attend all required TEA meetings, conferences and TETNS  
    • Serve as a point of contact for the ESC Perkins Grant SSA members
    • Assist SSA member LEAs with development of local needs assessments, continuous improvement plans, and implementation of CTE programs
    • Assist with grant management and budget planning to carry out the SSA activities
    • Facilitate relationships between LEAs and local business and industry, Workforce Development Boards, Institutes of Higher Education (IHE), etc.
    • Plan and conduct/facilitate professional development to meet the needs of SSA member districts
    Terms of Employment:

    Pay is 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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