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Low-Incidence Disabilities/Autism Specialist
Job Goal: To provide technical assistance and training to school personnel in the area of
special education with emphasis in low-incidence disabilities to increase student
Master's Degree in Education or related field
Certified in Special Education
Supervisory, mid-management, or administrator certification and experience preferred
Minimum of five years recent experience in field of special education.
Experience in the field of low-incidence populations, including autism, medically-fragile, and severe cognitive disabilities.
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
Provide technical assistance and training to LEA personnel in the education of students with disabilities including curriculum, instruction, methodology, modifications, and materials with emphasis on low-incidence disabilities.
Provide technical assistance and training in model programs and strategies for students with autism.
Actively participate and support assigned statewide networks and projects. (TSLAT & TCAN)
Collaborate with Specialist for Visually Impaired in deaf-blind census.
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 intern training and assistance through Teacher Preparation and Certification Program (TCPC) project.
Perform other duties as may be assigned.
Terms of Employment Pay will be commensurate with experience
Technology - Professional Development Center Administrator
Job Goal: To assist the ESC in attaining
its goals to increase student achievement, to assist districts
in being more fiscally responsible, and to assist
in providing the infrastructure to enable the successful integration of technology into learning.
Education: High school
graduate or equivalent
Certified In: A+ and/or
Microsoft Certification preferred
Experience A minimum
of two years experience in Audio/Visual systems preferred. Computer/Peripheral repair is needed.
Job Goal: To support Region 6
ESC instructional services, educational initiatives and curriculum management
through effective and efficient print, digital, and face-to-face communication,
marketing and promotional materials, contract oversight, and multimodal
strategy integration at the region, district and campus levels.
Education Bachelor's Degree in
Education or related field; Master's Degree in Education or related field
(preferred) Certification Texas Teacher
Experience: 5 or more
years classroom experience Special
Knowledge or Skills:
Experience facilitating face-to-face and virtual
professional learning opportunities
to identify and make recommendations to school districts on instructional
practices and campus program implementation
creating and designing high quality programs, promotional materials, resources,
degree of professionalism including strong public relations skills
to establish rapport and work in collaboration with public schools, ESC, and
and public speaking skills for the delivery of professional training sessions
to use technology effectively including digital learning platforms and design
to work on multiple tasks with minimal supervision
Responsibilities or Duties:
support for Leadership, Learning & Accountability Department
Provide staff development and
technical assistance in technology support and integration with appropriate
follow-up to ESC Region 6 staff and ISD's
as a resource for administrators, instructional leaders, and educators for
information regarding effective instructional practices
design and deliver high quality programs, promotional materials, resources, and
and attend state-level trainings and meetings
with Region 6 staff members to ensure alignment of all supported practices and
market, and promote Leadership, Learning and Accountability events for the
purpose of maximizing participation registration
up-to-date on the most current, applicable information from TEA and ESC 6 with
regards to supported programs, practices and initiatives
Oversee-manage contracts for Texas
Statewide Digital Instructional Resource Consortium. Including Discovery Education,
Canvas, Bright Bytes, Schoology, Kickup, & Gabbart
and maintain the Leadership, Learning and Accountability web pages and social
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