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  • Lead Custodian

    8Reports to: Superintendent
    Department: Custodial 
    Compensation:  Determined with experience
    Overtime Status: Non-Exempt
    Date Job Revised: January 8, 2019 

    Position Summary: Supervising all custodians and assisting with 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 Superintendent.

    Minimum Qualifications/Job Requirements: 
    Education: High school diploma or equivalent
    Essential Job Functions:
    • Supervising all custodial personnel
    • Knowledge of proper cleaning procedures
    • Maintain cleanliness throughout the district as well safe a safe environment
    • Locking the doors at specified times.
    • Taking down the flag.
    • Securing all buildings.
    • Cleaning the classrooms (i.e., empty the pencil sharpeners, empty the trash, dust, replace burned out lights, clean desk/tables, clean sinks, fill dispensers if applicable, clean the chalkboard, 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.
    • 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. 
    • Assisting the Building and Grounds Site Supervisor in summer clean-up and special cleaning projects as needed. 
      • Other duties as assigned by the Superintendent.
  • Paraprofessional

    Instructional aide who will be assisting teachers with classroom duties and small groups.  
  • Administrative Assistant (Migrant Education Program)

    Job Goal 
    To provide efficient and organized secretarial functions in support of the ESC Region 15 Title I, Part C Migrant Education Program

    Reports To 
    Migrant Education Program Specialists, Federal Programs Director, Associate Director, and/or Executive Director

    Minimum of five years of acceptable Migrant Education Program experience, preferred; Experience working with Federal Funding Programs, preferred; Computer skills to include network systems, desktop publishing, word processing and use of Windows; Bilingual (Spanish), preferred; Ability to professionally deal with staff and clients

    Performance Responsibilities 
    1. Perform general duties of secretary to the Migrant Specialists and Technician, including correspondence, mail distribution, appointment calendar, travel arrangements and expenses, activities, filing, office supplies, telephone messages, contacts, etc.; 
    2. Responsible for initiation and follow-up of purchase orders for Migrant and CTE Specialists; 
    3. Responsible for preparing workshop space, registration sheets, and evaluation sheets for in-service workshops as developed by the Migrant Education Program Specialists; 
    4. Responsible for checking the TxEIS printout for totals of payment authorizations, travel vouchers, purchase orders, etc.; 
    5. Will assume responsibility of office management such as distributing workload, if necessary, and/or other responsibilities applicable to good office procedure; 
    6. To perform any other designated responsibilities as assigned by Migrant Education Specialists, Federal Programs Director, Associate Director, and/or Executive Director; 
    7. Keep fully informed of current compliance and assessment measures;
    8. Demonstrate ability to make informed decisions about subject matter and the most suitable presentation format for target audience; 
    9. Organize ideas for logical presentation and acceptance of topic by participants; 
    10. Express idea and information effectively in both oral and written form; 
    11. Read, understand, and consistently apply or adhere to ESC policy and administrative procedure; 
    12. Maintain confidentiality with regard to sensitive or protected information; 
    13. Provide information to relevant audiences in a timely manner; 
    14. Respond to client services request in a timely manner; 
    15. Demonstrate flexibility in responding to clients' changes in priorities and needs; 
    16. Maximize use of assigned ESC resources and funds; 
    17. Dress and groom appropriately for ESC setting
    For Additional Information Contact
    Robin Graves, Associate Director 
    Phone: 325-658-6571
  • Paraprofessional – Special Education / Title 1 / ESL

    1. High School Diploma or equivalent
    2. Aptitude for the work to be performed
    3. Interest in children and education
    4. Desire to assist students with special needs in a learning environment
    5. Emotional maturity and stability necessary for the specialized work involved
    6. Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Board find appropriate and acceptable

    REPORTS TO / EVALUATED BY: Principal, Special Education / Title 1 / ESL / General Education Teacher(s)

    JOB GOAL: To assist, support, and work closely with teachers, administrators, and other team members in providing educational benefit for students.

    1. Works with individual students or small groups of students to reinforce learning of materials or skills initially introduced and outlined by certified staff.
    2. Assists the certified staff in devising special strategies for reinforcing learning materials and skills based on a sympathetic understanding of individual students, their needs, interests, and abilities.
    3. Monitors work, corrects papers, and supervises curriculum-based testing and makeup work as assigned by the certified staff.
    4. Serves as the chief source of information and help to any guest teacher assigned in the absence of the regular certified staff.
    5. Performs clerical, classroom maintenance, and instructional duties as assigned by the certified staff.
    6. Alerts the certified staff to any problem or special information about an individual student.
    7. Performs assigned supervision of students during lunch periods, play periods, and on field trips.
    8. Performs assigned non-instructional classroom duties, such as snack time, toileting, and clothing routines.
    9. When requested, serves as a resource person to the General Education Intervention Team and/or IEP / Title 1 / ESL Team(s). 

    • Approximately nine month working period
    • 60-day probation
    • Salary per salary schedule
    • Position constitutes an employee at will of the Board, with a contract length and salary to be established annually by the Board 
    • Fulfills the requirements of the Texas Paraprofessional Standards 
    EVALUATION: Performance of this job will be evaluated annually in accordance with provisions of the Board’s policy on Evaluation of Classified Personnel. 
  • Cafeteria

    Reports to: Child Nutrition Campus Café Supervisor

    Department/School: Child Nutrition Program

    Primary Purpose: Work under moderate supervision to prepare and serve appropriate quantities of food to meet menu requirements. Maintain high standards of quality in food production, sanitation, safety practices, and customer service.

    Qualifications and Responsibilities:
    • Education/Certification High School Diploma or Equivalent preferred Special 
    • Ability to speak, read, and comprehend the English language 
    • Ability to understand written and verbal food preparation and safety instructions
    • Ability to perform basic math (addition, subtraction, multiplication, & division)
    • Ability to count money and make change Ability to perform basic computer applications (email & timekeeping) 
    • Food Preparation and Serving
    • Prepare quality food, using basic food production skills, according to a planned menu of tested and uniform recipes.
    • Serve food according to meal schedules and departmental policies and procedures.
    • Practice and promote portion control and proper use of leftovers.
    • Store and handle food items and supplies safely and according to established policies and procedures.
    • Maintain a clean and organized storage/work area.
  • School Leadership Specialist

    Position will work with administrative services team to provide training and technical assistance to Region 15 principals.


    Master’s Degree

    Texas Teaching Certificate

    Mid-Management Certification

    Minimum of three years’ experience as campus principal

    Demonstrate ability to provide effective instructional leadership in a supervisory or administrative role

    Demonstrate ability to analyze student, campus, and district level performance data

    Demonstrate ability to communicate effectively in written and oral form

    Demonstrate ability to perform research activities

    Reports To: Director of Administrative Services/Federal Programs

    Supervises: Non-exempt staff assigned to position

    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
    -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 

    Negotiable based on professional experience

    Frequent travel, both in region and out of region, including overnight travel

  • Custodian

    Maintenance Assistant – Part Time-Custodial

    • High school diploma or GED preferred
    • Valid Texas Driver’s License
    • Knowledge or willingness to learn proper cleaning techniques
    • Ability to follow verbal and written instructions
    • Ability to lift 20 lbs.
    • Ability to work independently
    REPORTS TO: Maintenance Supervisor 

     Under the direction of the Maintenance Supervisor, this position is responsible for performing janitorial duties for the building related areas. Quality customer service will be provided to the ESC at all times

    • Daily job responsibilities and functions will include but are not limited to:
    • Vacuuming, sweeping and mopping of all the flooring in the ESC and related buildings
    • Cleaning and sanitizing of the bathrooms
    • Cleaning the break room sinks, counter tops, microwaves, and refrigerators
    • Restocking and maintaining the supplies in the bathrooms, break rooms and common areas
    • Emptying all trash cans, replacing the liners, and cleaning the trash receptacles as needed
    • Dusting and cleaning office desks and furniture that are free from clutter
    • Cleaning windowsills and windows throughout the ESC
    • Maintaining and keeping the janitor closets clean and organized according to the ESC’s safety standards
    • Properly label, dilute, and use chemicals according to handling instructions
    • Wear proper Personal Protective Equipment such as safety glasses etc., at all times
    • Ability to follow verbal and written instructions
    • Other maintenance duties as assigned by the Executive Director or designee
    • Ability to work independently
    • Adhere to work schedules and attendance policies
    • Present a personal appearance appropriate for the work situation
    • Assisting with lawn and ground maintenance
    • Distributing boxes/packages to staff from US mail and UPS shipments
    • Responsible for taking mail to the Post Office
    • Assisting ESC staff with meeting/conference room set-up
    • Maintaining vehicles as directed
    • Assisting with custodial and maintenance work as needed
    • Perform other duties as directed by the Executive Administrative Assistant and Maintenance Supervisor
    • Adhere to work schedules and attendance policies
    • Present a personal appearance appropriate for the work situation
    SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS: Salary range - $12.00 hour
    TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Position available: Negotiable.  Open until filled. 

    EVALUATION: Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with the provisions of the Education Service Center Region 15 Board policies.

    Henry Diaz, Maintenance Supervisor
    Education Service Center Region 15
    612 South Irene  P.O. Box 5199
    San Angelo, TX 76902
    Phone: 325-658-6571


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