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  • School Leadership Specialist

    Reports To: Director of Administrative Services/Federal Programs
    Location: Education Service Center Region 15
    Position: Exempt – Full time (12 Month)
    Start Date: Open Until Filled
    Salary: Based on ESC Region 15 Salary Schedule
    Supervises: Non-Exempt Staff Assigned

    Primary Purpose:
    Position will work with Administrative Services team to provide training and technical assistance to Region 15 principals.

    Performance Responsibilities:
    • Provide/assist with trainings related to teacher and principal growth and
       appraisal systems

    • Stay abreast of state and federal accountability information and providing
       training and technical assistance as needed

    • Analyze state and regional performance data to share with districts

    • Serve as Turnaround Advisory Team member assisting the support of schools
       with improvement requirements

    • Train and assist districts with the continuous improvement process (data
       analysis, needs assessment, improvement planning – implement and monitor)

    • Establish and maintain lines of communication with campus principals to:
         - Ensure timely receipt of information regarding state and federal
            initiatives,
         - share innovative research based practices, and
         - provide technical assistance in all areas of the principalship.

    • Serve and/or lead on Region 15 teams dedicated to collaborative efforts with
       other ESCs and agencies

    • Serve as a field supervisor in the Alternative Certification Program 

    • Perform other duties as assigned by Director of Administrative
       Services/Federal Programs, Associate Director of Teaching and Learning
       and/or Executive Director 

    Considerations:
    Frequent travel, both in region and out of region, including overnight travel.

    Contact Information:
    Robin Graves
    Director, Administrative Services/Federal Programs
    325-658-6571
    robin.graves@esc15.net

  • Mental Health Specialist (Hourly)

    Reports To: Deputy Director
    Location: Education Service Center Region 15
    Salary: Based on ESC Region 15 Salary Schedule
    Position: Part-Time/Hourly (Open Until Filled)

    Responsibilities/Duties:
    1. Provide information, training, education, and consultation services.
    2. Serve as an expert resource to faculty, staff, and administration in the
        areas of intervention services, including mental health services.
    3. Participate in a Behavioral Health Component Professional Learning
        Community ZOOM Meeting Series at least one time per month; 
    4. Conduct an assessment of behavioral health needs in LEAs and the region as
        a whole. The assessment must include: 
            a. Facilitated support for the LEAs who will conduct school climate
               surveys of staff and students, 
            b. Integration of perception data into needs assessment process, and 
            c. Assistance to LEAs in analyzing school climate survey data and
               using it to inform the needs assessment process and build a multi-
               tiered system of support; 
    5. Develop a Behavioral Health Component Professional Learning Community with
        at least five small and rural LEAs in the respective region (LEA cohort)
        that meet through ZOOM Meeting Series, or equivalent, or face to face, as
        determined by the ESC at least once per month; 
    6. Enroll LEA cohort in SHAPE System: 
            a. Serve on each LEA cohort team, 
            b. Attend a national online training of SHAPE System as scheduled by
               TEA, 
            c. Invite LEA cohort to participate in this training, and 
            d. Support LEA cohort to take the baseline SHAPE System Self-
               Assessment; 
    7. Train and support LEA cohort on Behavioral Health Practice Guide Tools,
        including: 
            a. Introduction and Overview of Behavioral Health Ecosystem Network
               and TEA Tools, 
            b. School Behavioral Health Needs Assessment with TEA Tools and School
               Climate Data, 
            c. Resource Mapping to identify and map internal and external School
               Behavioral Health resources with TEA Tools, 
            d. Behavioral Health Campus Planning to build preliminary School
               Behavioral Health Campus Service Delivery Plan with TEA Tools and
               develop a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), and
            e. Intervention and Consultation on additional student-level processes
                and TEA Tools; 
    8. Build resources and relationships that support: 
            a. Participation in Local Mental Health Authorities (LMHAs) webinars
               to learn associated systems,
            b. Collaboration with the HB19 Mental Health Professional assigned to
               the ESC, 
            c. Participation in LMHA orientation activities, introductions to
               resources and support for LEAs, 
            d. Statewide telemedicine initiatives, and 
            e. Development of potential telemedicine providers to support LEA
               cohorts’ potential   participation in future telemedicine
               initiatives.

    Qualifications:
      • Valid Texas license in one of the following:
           * Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)
           * Licensed Social Worker (LMSW, LBSW, LCSW)
           * Licensed Specialist in School Psychology (LSSP)
           * Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor (LCDC)
           * Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT)
      • Three years of experience providing services to high risk
        children/adolescents through a community agency, hospital, and /or non-
        profit, preferred.
      • Experience with trauma-informed critical incident response preferred.
      • Experience with school-aged populations including experience using
        prevention/intervention skills with students and families preferred.  

    Contact Information:
    Laura Strube
    Deputy Director
    325-658-6571
    laura.strube@esc15.net

  • Education Specialist - Special Education

    Location: Education Service Center Region 15
    Reports To: Director of Special Education
    Supervises: Administrative Assistant Assigned to Program
    Position: Exempt - Available January 6, 2020 (12 Months)
    Salary: Contingent upon ESC Region 15 Salary Schedule

    Job Goal:
    To provide regional planning, technical assistance, and staff development to local education agency personnel and members of the interdisciplinary team who serve students with disabilities.

    Performance Responsibilities:
    • Serve as the ESC Region 15 contact and lead for TEA’s TIER (Tiered Interventions using Evidence-based Research) Network in order to communicate and distribute information and provide resources and assistance to Region 15 schools.
    • Provide technical assistance and training to ESC Region 15 schools on classroom management models, school-wide positive behavior support systems, and Behavior RtI.
    • Provide training and technical assistance to ESC Region 15 schools in the area of managing individual students with challenging behaviors.
    • Attend professional meetings, seminars and other training sessions to stay current on innovations and research in programs serving students with Emotional Disorders and other identified behavior needs.
    • Provide training and information on the Facilitated IEP process.
    • Attend professional meetings, seminars and other training sessions to stay informed of current innovations and research in programs serving students with disabilities.
    • Perform other duties as assigned by the Special Education Program Director, Associate Director and/or the Executive Director.  
    Special Considerations:
    Travel required (some overnight)

    Evaluation:
    Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with the provisions of Region 15 ESC Board policies    

    For Additional Information, Contact:
     
    Jam Page; Special Education Program Director
    Region 15 Education Service Center
    612 South Irene
    P.O. Box 5199
    San Angelo, TX 76902
    jam.page@esc15.net
    325-658-6571
  • Early Childhood Intervention Speech Pathologist - Clinical Fellowship Year (CFY)

    Location: Education Service Center Region 15
    Reports To: Director of Early Childhood Intervention
    Position: Exempt - 1 Vacancy
    Salary: Contingent Upon ESC Salary Schedule

    Primary Purpose:

    To provide evaluation, consultation, and direct services in the child’s natural environment in the area of licensure. To provide parents information, support, and assistance in parenting and interacting with their child with developmental delays in order to help their child grow and develop in an optimum manner. To coordinate services of ECI contract therapists. To coordinate Early Childhood Intervention program services to children who are developmentally delayed, birth-3 years of age, and their families

    Responsibilities and Duties:

    • Abide by Early Childhood Intervention (ECI) policies and procedures to ensure compliance in delivery of comprehensive program services
    • Provide supervision of Speech Language Pathologist Assistant
    • Coordinate contract therapy services to ensure adequate therapy services are available as needed
    • Attend professional meetings, seminars, and other training sessions to be informed of current innovations and research in the area of Early Childhood Intervention
    • Collaborate with other agencies serving children with disabilities under three years of age
    • Ensure that all Health and Human Services Division for Early Childhood Intervention Services Contract requirements are achieved
    • Represent one of two required disciplines for evaluations, assessments and Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP) development, completing reports as appropriate
    • Participate in Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP) meetings as a member of the interdisciplinary team assisting in the development of the plan for each child and family
    • Conduct evaluations and provide therapy to enrolled children following outcomes which are written in the IFSP
    • Provide a minimum of 20 evaluations and a minimum of 30 hours of direct therapy each month
    • Deliver all services for which you are responsible, as identified in each child’s IFSP; follow local procedures for making up missed visits and following up with families with frequent absences
    • Maintain all documentation in a timely and accurate manner
    • Participate in Child Find activities  
    • Complete required ECI trainings including First Aid, CPR, Universal Precautions, Confidentiality and any others required by ECI Policy
    • Maintain confidentiality as outlined in ECI policies
    • Demonstrate courteous, supportive behaviors when communicating and working with parents, community personnel, and staff
    • Demonstrate flexibility while working harmoniously in team settings and with other staff
    • Maintain current Texas driver’s license and auto insurance and travel to provide home or community based services and to attend professional growth activities and staff meetings
    • Perform other duties as assigned by ECI Director 
    Qualifications:
    • Preferred Previous experience in working with children ages birth to three and parents
    • Professional Liability Insurance - Early Childhood Intervention/Region 15 requires each licensed employee to purchase insurance unless the employer elects to purchase the insurance if at a more reasonable cost. Early Childhood Intervention/Region 15 will reimburse the employee, at a reasonable rate, the cost of the insurance
  • Early Childhood Intervention Speech Pathologist

    Location: Education Service Center Region 15
    Reports To: Director of Early Childhood Intervention
    Position: Exempt - 1 Vacancy
    Salary: Contingent Upon ESC Salary Schedule

    Primary Purpose:

    To provide evaluation, consultation, and direct services in the child’s natural environment in the area of licensure. To provide parents information, support, and assistance in parenting and interacting with their child with developmental delays in order to help their child grow and develop in an optimum manner. To coordinate services of ECI contract therapists. To coordinate Early Childhood Intervention program services to children who are developmentally delayed, birth-3 years of age, and their families

    Responsibilities and Duties:

    • Abide by Early Childhood Intervention (ECI) policies and procedures to ensure compliance in delivery of comprehensive program services
    • Provide supervision of Speech Language Pathologist Assistant
    • Coordinate contract therapy services to ensure adequate therapy services are available as needed
    • Attend professional meetings, seminars, and other training sessions to be informed of current innovations and research in the area of Early Childhood Intervention
    • Collaborate with other agencies serving children with disabilities under three years of age
    • Ensure that all Health and Human Services Division for Early Childhood Intervention Services Contract requirements are achieved
    • Represent one of two required disciplines for evaluations, assessments and Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP) development, completing reports as appropriate
    • Participate in Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP) meetings as a member of the interdisciplinary team assisting in the development of the plan for each child and family
    • Conduct evaluations and provide therapy to enrolled children following outcomes which are written in the IFSP
    • Provide a minimum of 20 evaluations and a minimum of 30 hours of direct therapy each month
    • Deliver all services for which you are responsible, as identified in each child’s IFSP; follow local procedures for making up missed visits and following up with families with frequent absences
    • Maintain all documentation in a timely and accurate manner
    • Participate in Child Find activities  
    • Complete required ECI trainings including First Aid, CPR, Universal Precautions, Confidentiality and any others required by ECI Policy
    • Maintain confidentiality as outlined in ECI policies
    • Demonstrate courteous, supportive behaviors when communicating and working with parents, community personnel, and staff
    • Demonstrate flexibility while working harmoniously in team settings and with other staff
    • Maintain current Texas driver’s license and auto insurance and travel to provide home or community based services and to attend professional growth activities and staff meetings
    • Perform other duties as assigned by ECI Director 
    Qualifications:
    • Preferred Previous experience in working with children ages birth to three and parents
    • Professional Liability Insurance - Early Childhood Intervention/Region 15 requires each licensed employee to purchase insurance unless the employer elects to purchase the insurance if at a more reasonable cost. Early Childhood Intervention/Region 15 will reimburse the employee, at a reasonable rate, the cost of the insurance


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