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  • Education Specialist (ESSA Programs)

    Reports To: Director of Administrative Services/Federal Programs
    FLSA Status: Exempt
    Months: 12
    Pay Grade: Contingent Upon ESC Salary Schedule

    Mission: Education Service Center Region 15 is dedicated to excellence in education through leadership, partnership, and service.

    Position Purpose:
      As a service organization, Education Service Center Region 15’s primary commitment is to provide superior support to every Local Education Agency (LEA) stakeholder served.  Our people are our greatest asset.  All staff in the Teaching and Learning program area believe it is imperative that all students have the same opportunity to learn no matter where they live or what school they attend.  Therefore, the Teaching and Learning program area is committed to assisting our LEAs in the task of ensuring a proficient teacher is in every classroom throughout Region 15.  As a member of the Teaching and Learning program area, you will assist in helping us achieve our vision of a proficient teacher in every classroom by providing our LEAs with high-quality support and resources. 

    This position reports to the Administrative Services/Federal Programs Director and is responsible for leading and guiding the LEAs of Region 15 in research-based best practices relative to Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) Formula Programs; while supporting a high performance culture that emphasizes excellence, quality, productivity, and standards.

    Essential Functions:

    Content Knowledge and Understanding: Exhibit deep content knowledge specific to the position to provide continuity, coherence and effectiveness in the development of the teaching/learning process. Stay current and up-to-date on the most effective practices, skills and strategies that enhance knowledge and transfer of learning.
    Partnership, Support and Coaching: Design, deliver and facilitate content-specific, as well as, systemic best practice (e.g., campus-wide/district-wide) job-embedded professional development, including: 1. Whole-group trainings that build a shared understanding of skills, practices, or systems and include opportunities for practice. 2. Support for participants implementing a new skill, practice, or system within their context, including co-planning, observation, and real-time feedback. 3. One-on-one coaching sessions that identify participant successes and develop their capacity to improve high-leverage areas of growth.
    Federal Program Support:  Work to ensure that LEAs are in compliance with federal, state and local requirements outlined in statute, education code, administrative code and policy in accordance to the programs assigned. Prepare federal/state/local reports accurately and timely and make LEA recommendations, as requested.  Participate in grant-writing activities to obtain program funding. Assist with the writing/distribution or required program manuals and forms, as requested.
    Culture & Growth: Contribute to maintaining and improving the culture of the ESC through customer service, respect for confidentiality, displaying self-initiative, and modeling a growth mindset through self-reflection and feedback reception.

    Major Duties/Responsibilities:
     
    • Provide assistance with federal stimulus funds.
    • Provide assistance and sustained support to LEAs.
    • Work cooperatively with campuses implementing ESSA formula programs to increase the opportunity for all students to meet the state’s content and student performance standards and to decrease the dropout rate.
    • Provide technical assistance and training to districts for the implementation of Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) programs, in particular:
      • Title I, Part A – Improving the Academic Achievement of the Disadvantaged,
      • Title II, Part A – Preparing, Training and Recruiting High-Quality Teachers, Principals, or other School Leaders,
      • Title IV, Part A – 21st Century Schools, and
      • Title V – Flexibility and Accountability.
    • Provide professional development and technical assistance in a variety of ESSA-related topics such as: Title I School-wide and Targeted Assistance Programs, Staff Equity Compliance Reports, Parent and Family Engagement Requirements, Comprehensive Needs Assessment, District and Campus Planning, Title I Fiscal Requirements including Comparability, Maintenance of Effort and Supplement/Not Supplant, Equitable Services to Private Nonprofit Schools, ESSA Application and Compliance, Performance Based Monitoring (PBM), Program-Compliance Monitoring, and ESSA program compliance validations. 
    • Disseminate information from TEA to districts regarding ESSA programs and provide follow-up services, as needed. 
    • Complete ESSA Consolidated and/or School Improvement Applications, and Compliance reports for contracting LEAs. 
    • Assist contracting districts in monitoring fund expenditures. 
    • Provide guidance and assistance with TEA audits/surveys, as requested.
    • Develop tools and resources to assist districts in implementing ESSA programs.
    • Attend TEA/ESC coordinated ESSA trainings, monthly programmatic TETNs.
    • Perform other duties as assigned by the Federal Programs Director, Associate Director or Executive Director.
    Special Knowledge/Skills
    • In-Depth knowledge of instructional practices that lead to improved teaching and learning, including data-driven practices, observation and feedback coaching, student culture routines, designing and delivering professional development and change management 
    • Demonstrates educational and assistive technology skills  
    • Possesses the ability to deal effectively with parents, students, and school personnel 
    • Exhibits the ability to be a team member and is service-oriented 
    • Demonstrated ability to set goals and creatively problem solve 
    • Demonstrated ability to contribute to team/organizational goals 
    • Proven ability to deliver content-specific professional development as well as systemic best practice (e.g., campus-wide/district-wide) professional development 
    • Knowledge of Every Student Succeeds Act 
    • Knowledge of Federal and State program requirements
    Experience
    Three (3) years classroom teaching experience

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

    Department: Instructional Services
    Reports To: David Bedford, Associate Director
    FLSA Status: Exempt
    Months: 12
    Pay Grade: Contingent Upon ESC Region 15 Salary Schedule

    Mission: Education Service Center Region 15 is dedicated to excellence in education through leadership, partnership, and service.

    Position Purpose:   As a service organization, Education Service Center Region 15’s primary commitment is to provide superior support to every Local Education Agency (LEA) stakeholder served.  Our people are our greatest asset.  All staff in the Teaching and Learning program area believe it is imperative that all students have the same opportunity to learn no matter where they live or what school they attend.  Therefore, the Teaching and Learning program area is committed to assisting our LEAs in the task of ensuring a proficient teacher is in every classroom throughout Region 15.  As a member of the Teaching and Learning program area, you will assist in helping us achieve our vision of a proficient teacher in every classroom by providing our LEAs with high-quality support and resources.  

    This position reports to the Associate Director and is responsible for leading and guiding the LEAs of Region 15 in research-based best practices relative to specific content of this position; while supporting a high performance culture that emphasizes excellence, quality, productivity, and standards.

    Essential Functions:
    • Content Knowledge and Understanding: Exhibit deep content knowledge that address the unique needs of the Local Education Agencies (LEAs) in the area of Elementary & Secondary core subject areas. Stay current and up-to-date on the most effective practices, skills and strategies that enhance knowledge and transfer of learning.
    • Partnership, Support and Coaching: Design, deliver and facilitate content-specific, as well as, systemic best practice (e.g., campus-wide/district-wide) job-embedded professional development, including: 1. Whole-group trainings that build a shared understanding of skills, practices, or systems and include opportunities for practice. 2. Support for participants implementing a new skill, practice, or system within their context, including co-planning, observation, and real-time feedback. 3. One-on-one coaching sessions that identify participant successes and develop their capacity to improve high-leverage areas of growth.
    • Culture & Growth: Contribute to maintaining and improving the culture of the ESC through customer service, respect for confidentiality, displaying self-initiative, and modeling a growth mindset through self-reflection and feedback reception.
    Major Duties/Responsibilities: 
    • Assist campuses in planning, providing resources, and making organizational arrangements necessary to support LEAs.
    • Communicate with districts, campuses, charter schools, TEA, and ESCs to provide effective, research-based technical assistance to improve student performance.
    • Assist LEAs in disaggregating test data and identifying priority needs in the four core content areas.
    • Assist LEAs with the implementation of the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills.
    • Participate as a team member for identified LEAs for the purposes of improving student achievement.
    • Utilize content and pedagogical expertise to design and execute engaging professional development around best practices.
    • Design professional development understanding the need for differentiation for diverse student needs.
    • Design, facilitate and model instructional coaching to regional educators.
    • Participate as a team member on ESC internal committees.
    • Incorporates technology into professional development and provides support to teachers with innovative strategies designed to challenge students and individualize instruction.
    • Provide training and support for Science in grades 3-5.
    • Provide training and support for Social Studies in grades 3-12.
    • Provide training in Advanced Academics.
    • Set, modify, and meet short- and long-term professional goals based on self-assessment, reflection, peer and supervisor feedback, contemporary research, and analysis of student learning.
    • Perform other duties as assigned by the Associate Director of Teaching and Learning and/or the Executive Director.
    Special Knowledge/Skills
    • In-Depth knowledge of instructional practices that lead to improved teaching and learning, including data-driven practices, observation and feedback coaching, student culture routines, designing and delivering professional development and change management 
    • Instructional leadership experience 
    • Knowledge of instructional strategies and classroom development
    • Demonstrates educational and assistive technology skills
    • Possesses the ability to deal effectively with parents, students, and school personnel 
    • Exhibits the ability to be a team member and is service-oriented 
    • Demonstrated ability to set goals and creatively problem solve 
    • Demonstrated ability to contribute to team/organizational goals
    • Proven ability to deliver content-specific professional development as well as systemic best practice (e.g., campus-wide/district-wide) professional development
    Experience
    Three (3) years classroom teaching experience      

    More Information:
    David Bedford, Associate Director
    david.bedford@esc15.net
    325-658-6571           
  • Occupational Therapist

    Reports To: Paula Jolley, Director of Early Childhood Intervention (ECI)
    FLSA Status: Exempt
    Months: 12
    Salary: Contingent upon ESC Salary Schedule

    Mission: Education Service Center Region 15 is dedicated to excellence in education through leadership, partnership, and service.

    Primary Purpose:   As a service organization, Education Service Center Region 15’s primary commitment is to provide superior support to every Local Education Agency (LEA) stakeholder served.  Our people are our greatest asset.  We are driven to explore exemplary methods to meet all internal and external expectations while supporting a high performance culture that emphasizes excellence, quality, productivity, and standards.   Early Childhood Intervention (ECI) is committed to providing the highest quality of service delivery, within natural environments, to the families we serve.  As an Occupational Therapist, your position will provide services and support to family members and caregiver’s, who have a child between the ages of birth to three, with a developmental delay or disability.  Services will be provided where the child lives, learns and plays. You will provide case management activities to help an eligible child and his/her family gain access to needed medical, social, educational and developmental services.

    Essential Functions:  
    • Content Knowledge and Understanding: Exhibit full understanding specific to the position to provide awareness of the foundational knowledge and skills that are necessary for quality service coordination in early intervention. Stay current and up-to-date on the most effective practices, skills and strategies that enhance knowledge of infant and toddler development including factors that contribute to development such as family context, relationships, culture, socio-economic considerations, environment, and experiences to inform intervention decisions, child development and learning within natural environments.
    • Partnership, Support and Coaching: Design, deliver and facilitate content-specific instruction that will support development and learning through the following:
      1. Provide instruction building a shared understanding of skills, practices, or systems and include opportunities for practice.
      2. Promote engagement and family capacity-building to address their priorities and concerns, by supporting them to identify opportunities to achieve goals for their family and child’s development and learning.
      3. One-on-one coaching sessions that identify client successes and develop their capacity to improve high-leverage areas of growth.
    • Culture & Growth: Contribute to maintaining and improving the culture of the ESC through customer service, respect for confidentiality, displaying self-initiative, and modeling a growth mindset through self-reflection and feedback reception.
    Major Duties/Responsibilities:
    • Represent one of two required disciplines for evaluations, assessments and 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 assessments in all required developmental areas and identified areas of concern.
    • Provide more in-depth gross motor, fine motor, adaptive and sensory processing evaluation and assessments.
    • Provides OT/PT treatment and intervention including adaptive equipment, parent instruction in positioning and handling, and developmental intervention.
    • Provide a minimum of 15 evaluations and minimum 35 hours of direct services 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.
    • Provide staff development training and modeling for instructional and support staff in current and effective strategies and methodologies for serving infants/toddlers and their families.
    • Maintain all documentation in a timely and accurate manner.
    • Provide supervision of Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA), including review of COTA's Promedda documentation.
    • Participate in Child Find activities.
    • Complete required ECI trainings including First Aid, CPR, Universal Precautions, Confidentiality and any others required by ECI Policy.
    • 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.
    • Attend professional growth activities and staff meetings.
    • Perform other duties as assigned by the ECI Director or Executive Director.
    Education/Certification 
    Degree as required for Occupational Therapist, Registered (OTR) Licensure
     
    Valid Texas License to practice Occupational Therapy

    Special Knowledge/Skills
    • Knowledge and understanding of current educational best practices related to infants/toddlers and families
    • Knowledge of early childhood assessment tools and procedures, with in-depth knowledge in motor development and sensory processing
    • Knowledge of theory and practice of pediatric occupational therapy
    • Knowledge and ability to support the parent/child relationship and facilitate parent involvement
    • Knowledge of family dynamics and systems and how it impacts child development and knowledge and ability to provide resources to the family
    • Knowledge of assessment, instructional methodologies, intervention strategies, and assistive technology, associated with providing services with children with motor impairment
    • Knowledge parent support activities design
    • Knowledge of applicable laws, codes, regulations, policies, and procedures including Individuals with Disabilities Education ACT (IDEA)
    • Skills in planning, evaluating and modifying playgroup activities to create an inclusive learning environment
    More Information:
    Paula Jolley, Director ECI
    paula.jolley@esc15.net
    325-658-6571

  • Head Start Purchasing Clerk

    Reports To: Director of Early Head Start/Head Start
    FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
    Months: 12
    Pay Grade: Contingent upon ESC Salary Schedule (Pay Grade 4)

    Mission:
    Education Service Center Region 15 is dedicated to excellence in education through leadership, partnership, and service.

    Position Purpose:
     
    As a service organization, Education Service Center Region 15’s primary commitment is to provide superior support to every Local Education Agency (LEA) stakeholder served.  Our people are our greatest asset.  As the Head Start/Early Head Start Purchasing Clerk, this position will assist in cultivating a service focused culture within the Head Start Department and amongst Head Start staff working in the schools we serve by providing support and resources necessary to accomplish the ESC’s values, mission, strategies, and goals.

    This position reports to the Head Start/Early Head Start Director and under general administrative direction, perform clerical duties in the purchasing of materials, supplies, and equipment; maintain accurate records; prepare regular reports; assist the Head Start/Early Head Start programs with compliance for all federal Head Start guidelines and local Head Start policies.   

    Essential Functions:
     
    • Knowledge and Understanding: Exhibit deep knowledge specific to organization policy; department policy; office administration procedures; and principles and practices of sound business communication. Stay current and up-to-date on the most effective technology applications, skills and strategies that will enhance position performance. 
    • Team Partnership & Support: Assist the department to achieve its mission by coordinating processes associated with work duties specific to the department’s needs. Organize, coordinate, plan, and conduct departmental events and assist with the set up and tear down process. Contributes to a work environment that encourages knowledge of, respect for, and development of skills to support the goals of the Education Service Center Region 15. 
    • Financial Management: Comply with all financial requirements, regulations and procedures; ensuring accuracy in the procurement and expense process.  Assist in the development, implementation, administration and management of funds to ensure resources are used appropriately and are extensively regulated for the purpose of fiscal efficiency.  Support all realms of school business operations. 
    • Culture & Growth: Contribute to maintaining and improving the culture of the ESC through customer service, respect for confidentiality, displaying self-initiative, and modeling a growth mindset through self-reflection and feedback reception.  
    Major Duties/Responsibilities:
    • Coordinate purchases of all goods and services for Head Start/Early Head Start programs as set forth in accordance with the Texas Education Agency Financial Accountability System Resource Guide, Texas Education Code, Texas Local Government Code, Texas Government Code, and ESC Region 15 Purchasing Policy. 
    • Develop and implement procedures to ensure timely processing of all requisitions, purchase orders, etc. 
    • Work closely with all department/program staff to ensure purchasing needs are being met. 
    • Maintain accurate and complete purchasing records as required by board policy, program administrative regulations, Texas Education Agency (TEA) requirements and/or other governing agencies. 
    • Review requisitions for proper coding and preliminary approval.
    • Prepare and process requisitions. 
    • Confer with vendors to obtain product or service information such as price, availability, and delivery schedule. 
    • Process purchase orders and send appropriate documentation. 
    • Expedite delivery of goods and/or services to appropriate staff/facilities. 
    • File office copies of checks, requisitions, invoices, and purchase orders. 
    • Keep records up to date. 
    • Process and maintain annual inventory records for the Head Start office and all Early Head Start/Head Start campuses. 
    • Maintain inventory of all capitalized items. 
    • Complete purchasing related training as directed by the Director. 
    • Reconcile CACFP meal counts and attendance records. 
    • Claim for reimbursements and update Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) financial sampling tool. 
    • Submit monthly CACFP COVID waiver. 
    • Communicate effectively with clients and/or staff members, utilizing proper channels. 
    • Demonstrate cooperation, consideration, and professional courtesy with clients and staff members. 
    • Exhibit initiative by expressing opinions and suggesting changes. 
    • Utilize good judgment in making decisions appropriate for job responsibilities. 
    • Exhibit flexibility by adjusting to change. 
    • Perform assignments efficiently and without continuous supervision. 
    • Demonstrate proper and efficient use of center materials and equipment. 
    • Perform other duties as assigned by the Head Start/Early Head Start Director and/or Executive Director.
    Special Knowledge/Skills:
    • Knowledge of basic purchasing procedures
    • Computer skills to include network systems, desktop publishing, word processing software  
    • Ability to type accurately at a speed necessary to meet the requirements of the position 
    • Possess filing system skills 
    • Ability to explain and reach sound decisions in accordance with laws, regulations, policies and procedures 
    • Multi-line telephone capabilities/switchboard 
    • Ability to compose routine correspondence from brief instructions 
    • Use tact and discretion in dealing with sensitive situations and concerned people and customers 
    • Possess efficiency in preparing clear, accurate and concise records and reports
    More Information:
    Robin Harmon, Director EHS/HS
    325-658-6571
    robin.harmon@esc15.net
  • Health Specialist (Hourly)

    Reports To: Deputy Director
    FLSA Status: Hourly
    Months: 12
    Pay Grade: Contingent Upon ESC Salary Schedule

    Mission: Education Service Center Region 15 is dedicated to excellence in education through leadership, partnership, and service.

    Position Purpose:   As a service organization, Education Service Center Region 15’s primary commitment is to provide superior support to every Local Education Agency (LEA) stakeholder served.  Our people are our greatest asset.  As a Health Specialist, this position will assist in cultivating the ESC culture by communicating effectively; providing team members the support and resources necessary for the successful attainment of the ESC’s values, vision, mission, strategies, and goals.  

    This position reports to the Deputy Director and is responsible for performing  professional work to assist and support schools in their efforts to implement comprehensive school health programming.  The Health Specialist assists with the overall evaluation of health programs and develops strategies for improvement; while supporting a high performance culture that emphasizes excellence, quality, productivity, and standards.

    Essential Functions:
    • Knowledge and Understanding: Exhibit deep knowledge specific to the position to support health services provided.  Stay current and up-to-date on the most effective practices, skills and strategies that enhance knowledge and transfer of learning.
    • Health Support Services: Provide collaboration, coordination and support in the development and delivery of quality health services.  Assist with consultations, referrals, planning, and information distribution that is tailored to meet the needs of staff and students. Provide assistance and support to LEAs in their efforts to implement comprehensive school health programming.
    • Partnership, Support and Coaching: Design, deliver and facilitate content-specific, as well as, systemic best practice (e.g., campus-wide/LEA-wide) job-embedded professional development in topics related to health services including: 1. Whole-group trainings that build a shared understanding of skills, practices, or systems and include opportunities for practice. 2. Support for participants implementing a new skill, practice, or system within their context, including co-planning, observation, and real-time feedback. 3. One-on-one coaching sessions that identify participant successes and develop their capacity to improve high-leverage areas of growth.
    • Culture & Growth: Contribute to maintaining and improving the culture of the ESC through customer service, respect for confidentiality, displaying self-initiative, and modeling a growth mindset through self-reflection and feedback reception.
    Major Duties/Responsibilities: 
    • Provide information, training, education, and consultation services for LEAs that have contracts.
    • Serve as an expert resource to faculty, staff, and administration in the areas of health services.
    • Provide outside referral resources as needed, to the nearest facilities as available to that particular LEA.
    • Assess availability of health resources and services to school health programs.
    • Coordinate and conduct workshops/trainings on school health services including:
      1. State mandated screening for Vision, Hearing, and Spinal Acanthosis Nigricans (AN) Screening Program
      2. Unlicensed Diabetes Care Assistant (UDCA) training for school staff
      3. Medication Administration for non-nurse staff
      4. Student Immunization Records
      5. First Aid
      6. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
      7. Automated  External Defibrillator (AED) Certification Training
    • Compile, maintain, and file all reports, records, and other required documentation and adhere to all confidentiality rules.
    • Demonstrate high quality customer services; build rapport/relationships with all stakeholders.
    • Perform other duties as assigned by the Deputy Director and/or the Executive Director.
    Special Knowledge/Skills:      
    • Possess a strong working knowledge of the RN scope of practice as defined by the Texas Board of Nursing 
    • Ability to demonstrate strong organizational, management, and interpersonal skills
    • Ability to develop and present training information to adult learners
    • Ability to establish and maintain effective communication with staff, students, and other system administrators both verbally and in writing
    Additional Information:
    Laura Strube, Deputy Director
    325-658-6571
    laura.strube@esc15.net
  • Education Specialist (Reading Academy)

    Reports To: Associate Director
    Department: Instructional Services
    FLSA Status: Exempt
    Months: 12 
    Pay Grade: Contingent Upon ESC Region 15 Salary Schedule

    Mission: Education Service Center Region 15 is dedicated to excellence in education through leadership, partnership, and service.

    Position Purpose:   As a service organization, Education Service Center Region 15’s primary commitment is to provide superior support to every Local Education Agency (LEA) stakeholder served.  Our people are our greatest asset.  All staff in the Teaching and Learning program area believe it is imperative that all students have the same opportunity to learn no matter where they live or what school they attend.  Therefore, the Teaching and Learning program area is committed to assisting our LEAs in the task of ensuring a proficient teacher is in every classroom throughout Region 15.  As a member of the Teaching and Learning program area, you will assist in helping us achieve our vision of a proficient teacher in every classroom by providing our LEAs with high-quality support and resources.

    This position reports to the Associate Director and is responsible for leading and guiding the LEAs of Region 15 in research-based best practices relative to the English Language Arts and Reading content area; while supporting a high performance culture that emphasizes excellence, quality, productivity, and standards.

    Essential Functions:
    • Content Knowledge and Understanding: Exhibit deep content knowledge in English Language Arts and Reading to provide continuity, coherence and effectiveness in the development of the teaching/learning process. Stay current and up-to-date on the most effective practices, skills and strategies that enhance knowledge and transfer of learning.
    • Partnership, Support and Coaching: Design, deliver and facilitate content-specific, as well as, systemic best practice (e.g., campus-wide/district-wide) job-embedded professional development, including: 1. Whole-group trainings that build a shared understanding of skills,  practices, or systems and include opportunities for practice. 2. Support for participants implementing a new skill, practice, or system within their context, including co-planning, observation, and real-time feedback. 3. One-on-one coaching sessions that identify participant successes and develop their capacity to improve high-leverage areas of growth.
    • Culture & Growth: Contribute to maintaining and improving the culture of the ESC through customer service, respect for confidentiality, displaying self-initiative, and modeling a growth mindset through self-reflection and feedback reception.
    Major Duties/Responsibilities: 
    • Provide instructional coaching and professional development in the design, development, implementation, and evaluation of activities that address the unique needs of the Local Education Agencies (LEAs) in the area of Texas Education Agency Reading Academies.
    • Utilize content and pedagogical expertise to design and execute professional development aligned with the state standards and related content.
    • Provide support to administrators and educators through classroom observation, modeling, coaching, and feedback to ensure comprehension and effective implementation of initiatives.
    • Communicate clearly and accurately to support persistence, deeper learning, and sustainability when assisting school personnel.
    • Lead colleagues collaboratively in and beyond the ESC to identify professional development needs through detailed data analysis and self-reflection.
    • Plan, establish priorities and implement activities for maximum effectiveness.
    • Utilize technology tools to enhance delivery of services.
    • Participate in ESC meetings, coordination of services, and long-range planning.
    • Attend local, regional, and statewide professional development, meetings, and/or webinars that will result in better services to LEAs and charter schools.
    • Perform other duties as assigned by the Associate Director of Teaching and Learning and/or the Executive Director.
    Special Knowledge/Skills:
    • In-Depth knowledge of instructional practices that lead to improved teaching and learning, including data-driven practices, observation and feedback coaching, student culture routines, designing and delivering professional development and change management
    • Knowledge of instructional strategies and classroom development
    • Demonstrate educational and assistive technology skills
    • Possess the ability to deal effectively with parents, students, and school personnel
    • Exhibit the ability to be a team member and is service-oriented
    • Exhibit the ability to set goals and creatively problem solve
    • Demonstrated ability to contribute to team/organizational goals
    • Proven ability to deliver content-specific professional development as well as systemic best practice (e.g., campus-wide/district-wide) professional development.
    For Additional Information:
    David Bedford, Associate Director
    david.bedford@esc15.net
    325-658-6571





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