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Student Data Specialist I
Reports To: Data Services Lead Salary: This is an exempt position. Salary is based on ESC Region 15 Salary Schedule. Position open until filled.
Primary Job Purpose:
Pertaining to the role of TSDS, TxEIS, and related applications, databases, and documentation sources as part of the overall organizational structure, administration, operation, and utilization: work collaboratively with Data Services team members and leaders to develop and implement strategies designed to ensure effectiveness and efficiency; exercise independent authority in consulting with internal and external clients; provide consultation and expert advice to internal and external management; exercise discretion and independent judgment with respect to matters of significance regarding effective and efficient implementation and utilization.
Responsibilities and Duties:
Support team leader, team members, and clients in organizational processes and procedures related TSDS, TxEIS, and related applications, databases, and documentation sources.
Advise and consult with internal and external clients on all points of the data path from entry through final verification and reporting.
Identify proper levels of implementation and utilization of software and databases as part of a larger system.
Exercise independent authority to negotiate software and database functionality enhancements that are designed to increase efficiency of operations of internal and external clients.
Utilize problem-solving and organizational skills to maintain effectiveness and efficiency in student data reporting requirements and assure compliance with reporting deadlines.
Exhibit initiative by expressing opinions and suggesting changes needed to maximize efficiency and effectiveness.
Ensure that internal and external clients are given the opportunity to maximize their use of TSDS, TxEIS and related systems and have implemented effective strategies for ensuring effective and efficient use of the systems.
Provide consultation, training, and expert advice to internal and external personnel to ensure availability of a broad base of quality customer service and support related to TSDS, TxEIS, and related applications, databases, and documentation sources.
Foster communication and collaboration between the ESC, district personnel, programming staff, the Texas Education Agency (TEA), and other applicable parties to clarify rules and regulations, data management, and reporting issues, and negotiate steps needed to resolving issues.
Attend TSDS, MIS (or equivalent), and TCC professional development, training, and meetings to maintain awareness and ensure professional growth.
Maintain certification in all available TSDS components necessary to serve in the roles of TSDS Technical Champion, TSDS PEIMS Champion, TSDS UID Champion, TSDS Core Collections Champion, and TIMS Champion.
Maintain a general working knowledge of all related sources, systems, and manuals (ie: TREX, SAAH, TEDS, TSDS, TxEIS, TEAL, TIMS, Accountability, MIS (or equivalent) and others).
Exercise independent authority to develop and maintain systems documentation and technical assistance manuals.
Conduct professional development and training presentations to internal and external clients.
Provide technical assistance, consulting services, and advise in database management, conversions, and related area.
Provide telephone, on-site, remote and email assistance to internal and external clients.
Utilize problem-solving skills to manage internal and external clients' compliance with reporting deadlines.
Comply with all ESC Region 15 policies and procedures.
Maintain an organized work area.
Communicate effectively with internal and external clients, colleagues, and leaders.
Demonstrate cooperation, consideration, and professional courtesy.
Demonstrate proper and efficient use of center materials and equipment.
Perform assignments efficiently and without continuous supervision.
Adhere to work schedules and attendance policies.
Perform other duties as assigned by the Data Services Lead - Data Coordination, Data Services Lead - TxEIS Systems, and Data Services Director
Five years software, database analysis, public school data processing, information systems or acceptable related work experience
Experience developing organizational processes, procedures, implementation and utilization of software as part of a larger system
Ability to detect and resolve problems in application software
Ability to guide and lead others toward maximizing effectiveness and efficiency in the use of organizational data systems
Ability to develop and maintain systems documentation and technical assistance manuals
Experience providing customer training, technical support, and professional development
Knowledge of TSDS, TEDS, SAAH, and PEIMS
Ability to work collaboratively with leader, team members, and clients
Experience in problem solving techniques and working in a client-based environment
Proficient in using Windows applications, Microsoft Office, Internet, and Email
Experience working in a network/database environment
Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with the provisions of the Education Service Center Region 15 Board policies.
For Additional Information Contact: John Shaffer, Director email@example.com Education Service Center Region 15 612 South Irene P.O. Box 5199 San Angelo, TX 76902 Phone: 325-658-6571
Candidate will provide effective implementation and operation of the reading response to intervention process program in support of Tier I instruction. The candidate will also assist teachers in identifying students who need additional supports, and assist them in developing and implementing Tier 1 and 2 interventions.
Brownwood, TX Reports
Director and Center Director Salary: This is an employee-at-will non-exempt
position. Salary is based on the EHS salary schedule.
direct supervision, performs general office support and clerical duties
following established procedures and detailed instructions and maintains knowledge
of automated systems.
Provide reception and clerical assistance for
the efficient operation of the EHS campus;
receive and direct calls;
take reliable messages, and route to appropriate
greet and direct visitors;
maintain visitor log and issue visitor passes;
assist parents in checking students in and out
assist with the receipt and distribution of
assist taking student temperature and notify parent of student illness;
help supervise students throughout the day,
inside and outside the classroom, including: parent pick-up and playground;
assist with scheduling application appointments;
receive, sort, and distribute mail, messages,
documents, and other deliveries;
assist with preparation of materials for
mailing, including preparing labels, stuffing envelopes, etc.;
maintain computerized files using personal
computer maintain physical files, including reports, employee roster, and
provide clerical assistance as needed;
participate in staff development training
programs, staff meetings, and special events as assigned; and
assist director with filing student records and
other duties as assigned.
to: EHS/HS Director and Center Director Salary: This is an employee-at-will hourly position.
Salary is based on the EHS salary schedule. Position Summary: Cleaning and maintaining the entire facility using the proper
chemicals, equipment and techniques. He/she will report any unsafe conditions
and/or maintenance needs to the EHS/HS Director or Center Director.
Minimum Qualifications/Job Requirements:
Prefer a high school diploma or equivalent, or one
to three months related experience and/or training, or equivalent combination
of education and experience. Must be
knowledgeable of cleaning supplies and equipment; be able to perform each
essential duty satisfactorily. Essential
Thoroughly cleans assigned areas; responsible for
security in assigned areas; daily check of lights, water faucets and gas
outlets before leaving assigned area; report unsafe conditions or needed
repairs to proper personnel.
Locking the doors at specified
Cleaning the classrooms (i.e.,
empty the pencil sharpeners, empty the trash, dust, replace burned out
lights, clean desk/tables, clean sinks and toilets, fill dispensers if
applicable, sweep/vacuum the floor, mop, secure the windows and lock the
Cleaning the restrooms (i.e., fill
dispensers, empty all trash, clean and disinfect sinks and fixtures., clean
and disinfect toilets and urinals, clean mirrors, clean and disinfect
walls and stalls, check ceiling for paper towels and other objects,
replace burned out lights, sweep and flood mop floors).
Cleaning the drinking fountains
and hand washing sinks.
Sweep, vacuum, mop and buffing the
hallways using proper procedures.
Sweep outside entryway
Pick up trash from outside
walkways/entrance to building
Clean glass in doors
Shampoo carpets 2 times/year or as
Other duties as assigned by the
Center Director or EHS/HS Director.
Dyslexia Teacher Primary Purpose: Provide dyslexia students with appropriate instructional materials designed to help them fulfill their potential for intellectual, emotional, and social growth. Provide leadership in the coordination and delivery of services to dyslexia students, which will include designing, planning, and modeling lessons. Provide instructional support to campuses in implementing programs designed to meet the needs of students with dyslexia. Assist the district in staff development, technology implementation, and parent outreach related to dyslexia.
Recruiter - Migrant Education Program (Part-time/Temporary)
Migrant Education Specialist, Program Director, and Deputy Director
The Migrant Education Program
(MEP) Recruiter locates, identifies and recruits eligible migrant children
15 Education Service Center. The recruiter accurately documents the
facts by interviewing families for the program to identify children using the
Certificate of Eligibility (COE) and Supplemental Documentation Form (SDF).
Make home visits and
interview migrant families to determine eligibility for services
and document all relevant family and student information using the
certificate of Eligibility and submit the COE and COE SDF to the Migrant
potential employers in order to provide leads and/or obtain employment
information regarding eligibility determination for prospective migrant
Distribute educational materials,
clothing, and hygiene products to students throughout the year
Establish trust and
maintain confidentiality with information for the purposes of completing
the Certificate of Eligibility (COE)
knowledge of all procedures and practices contained in the Texas Manual
for Identification and Recruitment of Migrant Children
training's to remain current on all federal and state COE requirements
Inform students and
parents/guardians of available services
Comply with all state
and federal laws
maintaining good public relations with area school personnel
Performs other duties
as assigned by Migrant Specialist, Program Director, Deputy Director, and/or Executive
Minimum of five years of acceptable migrant
recruitment and/or service delivery preferred
Experience working with Federal Funding Programs, preferred
Ability to work with diverse community
populations and communicate effectively with parents of migrant children
Strong interviewing/probing skills related to
Computer skills to include network systems, desktop publishing, word processing
Hourly Rate is contingent
upon qualifications and experience
Terms of Employment:
Position available: Negotiable
Performance of this job will be
evaluated in accordance with the provisions of the Education Service Center
Region 15 Board policies.
For Additional Information Contact: Robin
Education Service Center Region 15
612 South Irene P.O. Box 5199
San Angelo, TX 76902
Phone: 325-658-6571 AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Position Summary: Cleaning and maintaining the entire facility using the proper chemicals, equipment
and techniques. He/she will report any unsafe conditions and/or maintenance needs to the Maintenance Director.
Minimum Qualifications/Job Requirements:
Education: High school diploma or equivalent
Essential Job Functions:
Locking the doors at specified times
Securing all buildings.
Cleaning the classrooms (i.e., empty the pencil sharpeners, empty the trash, dust, clean desk/tables, clean sinks, fill dispensers if applicable, sweep/vacuum the floor, mop, secure the windows and lock the doors).
Cleaning the restrooms (i.e., fill dispensers, empty all trash, clean and disinfect sinks and
fixtures., clean and disinfect stools and urinals, clean mirrors, clean and disinfect walls and stalls,
check ceiling for paper towels and other objects, sweep and flood mop
Cleaning the gyms and locker rooms using proper procedures.
Cleaning the main office and nurse’s station using proper procedures.
Cleaning the cafeteria and/or kitchen using proper procedures.
Cleaning the auditorium using proper procedures.
Cleaning the drinking fountains and hand washing sinks.
Sweep, mop and buffing the hallways using proper procedures.