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.
Degree in Education or related field.
in Special Education.
Speech and Language Pathologist or Speech and Hearing Therapy Certificate.
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
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
Education Service Centers focus on the word in the middle: Service. Service to, and support of, educators in helping students succeed is at the heart of everything that we do. Every service we provide was developed at the request of schools and we pride ourselves on being responsive to the needs of educators and the communities that they serve.