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  • Early Intervention Specialist-Entry Level

    Location: Education Service Center Region 15
    Reports To: Director of Early Childhood Intervention
    Position: Exempt - 12 Months
    Salary: Contingent Upon ESC Region 15 Salary Schedule

    Primary Purpose:

    To provide evaluation, consultation, and direct services in the child’s natural environment in the area of developmental services and/or family education. 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.

    Responsibilities/Duties:
    •  Analyzes and interprets data compiled from completion of the evaluation/assessment instruments and assesses data to determine if a child meets ECI eligibility criteria by making clinical decisions and determinations thus facilitating the enrollment process.
    • Facilitates and participates in the development, review and evaluation of the Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) which is compiled from child's medical and developmental history, parents' input and the results of all evaluations and assessments.
    • Represents one of two required disciplines during evaluations, assessments and IFSP development, interpreting collected data to determine eligibility, needed services and supports, and formulate documentation and reports.
    • Monitors, reassesses and evaluates the needs of the child and coordinates all services determined necessary to ensure the IFSP is effectively implemented.
    • Deliver all developmental services for which you are responsible using knowledge of early childhood development and best practices, follow local procedures for making up missed visits and following up with families with frequent absences. Monitor and assess services to ensure an average of 2.9 hours of total services are being delivered. 
    • Maintain assigned case load and provide monthly CM/TCM contact for each enrolled child to help access needed medical, social, educational, developmental and other appropriate services.
    • Approves financial resources to fund respite care services as deemed necessary and appropriate based on the assessment of the child and family needs.
    • Maintain and submit all documentation in a timely and accurate manner.
    • Participate in Child Find activities and provide ongoing outreach to educate appropriate professionals and potential referral sources.
    • 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 Coordinator and ECI Director.
    Qualifications:
    • Bachelor’s Degree required; preference will be given to degrees in the following fields:  human development and family studies, psychology, social work, sociology, education or other degree with focus in study area of early childhood development and 18 hours of early childhood coursework including 3 hours of child development or any bachelor's degree with 18 hours of early childhood coursework including 3 hours of child development.
    • Previous experience in working with children ages birth to three and parents.
    • Maintain an EIS Fully Qualified status
    Contact Information:
    Paula Jolley
    Early Childhood Intervention
    Program Director
    325-658-6571
    paula.jolley@esc15.net

  • Intrusion Inspector

    Reports To: Deputy Director
    FLSA Status: Hourly
    Months: 08/22 - 05/23
    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.  Our organization is driven to explore exemplary methods to meet all internal and external expectations by embracing strategies that strengthen teamwork, develop talent, increase involvement, provide capacity development, raise morale and build trust through successful support services delivered.

    This position reports to the Deputy Director and will lead the development and implementation of effective high performing safety and emergency management programs; while supporting a performance culture that emphasizes excellence, quality, productivity, and standards.

    Essential Functions:
    • Program Knowledge and Understanding: Exhibit leadership and coordination to provide continuity, coherence and effectiveness in the development and delivery of effective quality safety and security services. Stay current and up-to-date on the most effective practices, skills and strategies that enhance knowledge and transfer of learning.
    • 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 Responsibilities and Duties:
    • Train to provide guidance on Intrusion Safety Audits to LEAs.
    • Perform other duties delegated by the Deputy Director or Executive Director.
    Special Knowledge/Skills:
    • Ability to perform research activities
    • Demonstrate leadership skills necessary to coordinate ESC activities
    • Ability to modify programs to reflect high expectations for all students
    • Strong organizational, communication, public relations and interpersonal skills
    • Demonstrate excellence in self-motivation and strong organizational skills
    • Possess integrity, judgement, responsiveness, and strong attention to detail
    • Self-driven to read, interpret, and communicate information relating to technical procedures and / or governmental regulations
    Experience:
    Three (3) years school administrative experience (preferred)   

    Substitutions:
    Five (5) years’ experience managing adults              

    For More Information:  
    Laura Strube, Deputy Director
    laura.strube@esc15.net
    325-658-6571 
  • Early Head Start Substitute Teacher

    Location: Early Head Start - Brownwood, TX
    Reports To: EHS/HS Director and Center Director 
    Department: Early Head Start/ Head Start
    FLSA: Hourly
    Salary: $70.00 (Full Day)/ $35.00 (Half Day)
                 
    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 Early Head Start Substitute, this position will assist in cultivating a service focused culture within the Early Head Start Program and amongst Early Head Start staff by providing support and resources necessary to accomplish the ESC’s values, mission, strategies, and goals.  

    This position reports to the Early Head Start Center Director and is responsible to comply with all federal guidelines (Head Start Performance Standards, etc.) and local Early Head Start policies in providing children and families with Early Head Start services. 

    Major Duties/Responsibilities:
    • Engage in respectful partnerships with families to promote child/student success and family well-being. 
    • Assist children with diapering and toileting using approved procedures.
    • Supervise and interacts with children during all indoor and outdoor activities.
    • Use calm, non-threatening voice.
    • Demonstrate respect for each child and accepts differences in children.
    • Correct through conversation.
    • Follow safety and environment regulations.
    • Maintain confidentiality of child and family information.
    • Model correct speech patterns and vocabulary for children.
    • Interact in a positive manner with parents and treats them with respect.
    • Maintain a safe environment for children.
    • Act as primary caregiver.
    • Substitute in classes; as needed for teachers or assistants.
    • Follow teacher’s instructions regarding individual lesson plans.
    • Provide emergency medical care for children, as needed.
    • Assist at meals and snacks and with clean-up of tables and floors.
    • Monitor the appropriate approved persons to pick up the children.
    • Clean and sanitizes manipulatives, toys, floors, laundry, and other materials throughout the day.
    • Comply with ESC Region 15 and center policies.
    • Cooperate with supervisor concerning working hours and center policies.
    • Report for work ready to perform responsibilities.
    • Perform duties that directly and/or indirectly impact student performance in Region 15.
    • Maintain a professional level of confidentiality regarding all ESC matters.
    • Support the mission, goals, and objectives of the ESC strategic plan.
    • Uphold and adhere to safety rules and policies of the ESC safety program.
    • Perform professional responsibilities as required by ESC policies, processes, and procedures.
    • Meet proficiency levels of required technology skills as outlined by supervisor.
    • Incorporate appropriate technology in daily work and exhibits continual growth in technologies as outlined by supervisor.
    • Perform other duties as assigned by the Center Director, Head Start/Early Head Start Director and/or Executive Director.
    Special Knowledge/Skills:
    • CPR and First Aid Certification
    • Knowledge and skills appropriate for working with infants and toddlers, including: development and safety issues
    • Valid Texas driver’s license or other reliable mode of transportation during work hours, required
    • Proof of current automobile liability insurance required
    • Ability to follow instructions and uphold the high standard of Early Head Start quality of care according to the Head Start Performance Standards required
    • Must be service driven
    • Must possess the ability to assume personal responsibility, maintain a positive outlook, and relate to varied populations
    • Must have the ability to multi-task, work independently, efficiently organize, and communicate effectively with center directors and center staff
    • Must have strong interpersonal skills, possess the ability to work as a team player, enjoy a variety of activities, and possess organizational and time management skills
    • Must be physically able to participate in moderate to high levels of physical activity, such as, but not limited to, standing for moderate to lengthy periods of time, lifting and carrying (up to 50 lbs.), climbing, stooping, bending, and reaching
    • Must be able to tolerate contact with cleaning and sanitizing products
    Experience:
    Minimum of one year experience working with infants, toddlers, and/or young children birth through 5 years of age required

    For More Information:
    Patty McBride
    325-641-8823
    patricia.mcbride@esc15.net



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