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  • Early Head Start Cook

    Reports To: Early Head Start Center Director

    Location: Brownwood, Texas

    Salary: This is a Non-Exempt Position. Salary is based on ESC Region 15 EHS Salary Schedule.

    Primary Job Purpose: 

    Maintain high standards of quality in food production, sanitation, and safety practices. Implements the cycle menu, purchases and prepares food, and completes Child and Adult Care Food Program paperwork.

    Duties/Responsibilities:
    1. Implements the cycle menu in accordance with policies, procedures, and established practices; budget requirements; Head Start Performance Standards, Child Care Licensing Minimum Standards, and the guidelines established by the Child and Adult Care Food Program. 
    2. Purchases food needed for meals and snacks served on site. 
    3. Prepares, organizes, and sets up the food for meals and snacks (including meeting the “time of day meal service” guidelines required by the Child and Adult Care Food Program). 
    4. Cleans and maintains kitchen, food service utensils, equipment, and food storage areas to standards mandated by Child Care Licensing, County Health Department, and best practices with regards to food safety and sanitation. 
    5. Maintains all required Child and Adult Care Food Program paperwork. Paperwork includes menu production records, monthly adjustment sheets, inventories, cycle menus, attendance sheets and food purchase receipts. Compiles monthly reports accurately. Turns in all monthly Child and Adult Care Food Program documentation to the Region 15 Health Specialist on time. 
    6. Posts and maintains all required Child and Adult Care Food public notices. 
    7. Refers child nutrition concerns to appropriate agency staff member. 
    8. Participates in team meetings, required in-services, and all cook networkings and trainings. 
    9. Communicates and works effectively with other staff members. 
    10. Trains Assistant Cook and potential substitutes in the CACFP paperwork and in all other aspects of the cook’s roles and responsibilities. 
    11. Other duties as assigned.
    Qualifications:
    1. Basic cooking skills plus experience in food service and volume meal preparation. 
    2. Must be able to read and follow a recipe and a cycle menu. 
    3. Must be able to relate well to parents, children and other staff members.
    4. Must communicate effectively and be functionally literate in English. 
    5. Must possess organizational skills, time management skills, and the ability to prioritize. 
    6. Must possess the ability to keep accurate reports and records. 
    7. Must possess the ability to accurately increase or decrease recipe quantities. 
    8. Must have Serv-Safe Certification. 
    9. Must have Civil Rights Training before beginning any CACFP duties. 
    10. Must not be on the National Disqualified List. 
    11. Must provide evidence of a valid driver’s license or state issued identification. 
    12. Must provide evidence of current automobile liability insurance.
    The Education Service Center Region 15 is authorized by state law to obtain criminal history record information on applicants considered for employment in accordance with Texas Education Code 22.083.

    Physical Requirements:
    1. Physical ability to remain on feet for extended periods of time. 
    2. Position requires fine motor repetitive motion. 
    3. Physical ability to lift and carry up to 25 pounds. 
    4. Physical agility to bend, stoop, walk, reach overhead, push/pull, squat, twist, and turn. 
    5. Must successfully complete a health screening and provide proof of the absence of TB.
    Evaluation:

    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 Harmon
    Head Start/EHS Program Director
    robin.harmon@esc15.net
    325-658-6571
  • Tech applications/ Robotics Teacher/ possible Coaching

    Technology applications/ Robotics Teacher
  • Education Specialist (Texas School Ready Coach) Part-Time/Hourly

    Reports To: Associate Director of Teaching and Learning 
    Salary: This is an hourly/part-time position.  Salary is based on ESC Region 15 Salary Schedule. 

    Primary Job Purpose:
      

    Implement the Texas School Ready (TSR) Project coaching model to support school readiness for prekindergarten children.  Implement a variety of coaching strategies with teachers in preschool, Head Start, and childcare classrooms.  Collaborate with Children’s Learning Institute (CLI) staff to ensure TSR Project fidelity across the state. Maintain documentation of required coaching hours and recruit new classrooms (when necessary) to maintain program requirements.
     

    Terms of Employment
       

    This is a part-time/hourly position.

    Responsibilities and Duties:   
    • Work with CLI to support the management of project expenditures.
    • Attend and complete all CLI training. (Some overnight travel will be required.)
    • Facilitate ongoing professional development as required for the implementation of the project (CIRCLE Preschool Foundations training, eCIRCLE facilitation, progress monitoring training, curriculum training, administrator training, etc.).
    • Participate in training opportunities that may require videotaping of coaching practices and interactions with teachers in the classroom.
    • Support teachers with the implementation of instructional strategies as outlined in the eCIRCLE professional development sessions as well as the Classroom Observation Tool.
    • Collaborate with teachers to develop lesson plans and daily schedules that reflect a minimum of 3 hours of cognitive instruction.
    • Assist teachers in understanding progress monitoring data reports and providing classroom instruction based on these reports.
    • Provide coaching support to teachers as required and use a variety of coaching strategies including video reflection to improve teacher quality. Meet with the teacher after each classroom visit for a minimum of 20 minutes to encourage teacher reflection and set goals.
    • Use required coaching tools (e.g. Classroom Environment Checklist, Classroom Observation Tool) to monitor teacher’s progress and to set goals for improvement.
    • Provide teachers with written feedback each classroom visit.
    • Work in collaboration with CLI to order, ensure delivery, and inventory teacher/classroom materials.
    • Collect, update, track, and manage school, classroom, class, teacher, and child data.
    • Attend and participate in required conference calls hosted by CLI, including collaborative peer viewing and discussion of own video-recorded coaching practices for coaches and coordinators.
    • Perform other duties, as assigned.
    Qualifications:
    • Three years’ experience teaching Pre-Kindergarten or Kindergarten
    • Three years’ experience providing professional learning/training/coaching to staff
    • Use of research based Pre-Kindergarten literacy/language/numeracy/science materials and instructional strategies
    • Understanding of pre-school literacy screening and progress monitoring and how each informs classroom instruction
    • Understanding of Texas Pre-Kindergarten Guidelines, Head Start Child Outcomes and childcare licensing standards
    • Experience in working with varied groups to achieve integration of early childhood services
    • Working knowledge of technology (internet, Microsoft Word, Excel, videotaping, uploading documents/videos, etc.)
    Evaluation:

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

    For Additional Information Contact: 

    David Bedford
    Associate Director of Teaching & Learning
    Region 15 Education Service Center 
    612 South Irene 
    P.O. Box 5199 
    San Angelo, TX 76902 
    david.bedford@esc15.net 
    325-658-6571
  • Education Specialist I (Texas School Ready Coach)

    Reports To: Associate Director of Teaching and Learning
    Salary: This is an exempt full time position.  Salary is based on ESC Region 15 Salary Schedule.

    Primary Job Purpose:
     

    Implement the Texas School Ready (TSR) Project coaching model to support school readiness for prekindergarten children.  Implement a variety of coaching strategies with teachers in preschool, Head Start, and childcare classrooms.  Collaborate with Children’s Learning Institute (CLI) staff to ensure TSR Project fidelity across the state. Maintain documentation of required coaching hours and recruit new classrooms (when necessary) to maintain program requirements.


    Terms of Employment
       

    This is a full-time twelve-month position.

    Responsibilities and Duties:  
    • Work with CLI to support the management of project expenditures.
    • Attend and complete all CLI training. (Some overnight travel will be required.)
    • Facilitate ongoing professional development as required for the implementation of the project (CIRCLE Preschool Foundations training, eCIRCLE facilitation, progress monitoring training, curriculum training, administrator training, etc.).
    • Participate in training opportunities that may require videotaping of coaching practices and interactions with teachers in the classroom.
    • Support teachers with the implementation of instructional strategies as outlined in the eCIRCLE professional development sessions as well as the Classroom Observation Tool.
    • Collaborate with teachers to develop lesson plans and daily schedules that reflect a minimum of 3 hours of cognitive instruction.
    • Assist teachers in understanding progress monitoring data reports and providing classroom instruction based on these reports.
    • Provide coaching support to teachers as required and use a variety of coaching strategies including video reflection to improve teacher quality. Meet with the teacher after each classroom visit for a minimum of 20 minutes to encourage teacher reflection and set goals.
    • Use required coaching tools (e.g. Classroom Environment Checklist, Classroom Observation Tool) to monitor teacher’s progress and to set goals for improvement.
    • Provide teachers with written feedback each classroom visit.
    • Work in collaboration with CLI to order, ensure delivery, and inventory teacher/classroom materials.
    • Collect, update, track, and manage school, classroom, class, teacher, and child data.
    • Attend and participate in required conference calls hosted by CLI, including collaborative peer viewing and discussion of own video-recorded coaching practices for coaches and coordinators.
    • Perform other duties, as assigned.
    Qualifications:
    • Three years’ experience teaching Pre-Kindergarten or Kindergarten
    • Three years’ experience providing professional learning/training/coaching to staff
    • Use of research based Pre-Kindergarten literacy/language/numeracy/science materials and instructional strategies
    • Understanding of pre-school literacy screening and progress monitoring and how each informs classroom instruction
    • Understanding of Texas Pre-Kindergarten Guidelines, Head Start Child Outcomes and childcare licensing standards
    • Experience in working with varied groups to achieve integration of early childhood services
    • Working knowledge of technology (internet, Microsoft Word, Excel, videotaping, uploading documents/videos, etc.)
    Evaluation:

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

    For Additional Information Contact: 

    David Bedford
    Associate Director of Teaching & Learning
    Region 15 Education Service Center 
    612 South Irene 
    P.O. Box 5199 
    San Angelo, TX 76902 
    david.bedford@esc15.net 
    325-658-6571
  • Leakey ISD/Math Teacher

    Leakey School is a PK-12 campus with approximately 300 students located in the beautiful Texas Hill Country. The school recently opened a new secondary building with new science labs, computer labs, gym, and cafetorium. Leakey is in the Frio Canyon a stretch of countryside which is best known for the Frio River. The area has been called the Swiss Alps of Texas. During the day you can teach some of the best kids in Texas and in the evenings you can float the Frio or go hiking. Located 9 miles from the famed Garner State Park, the area has many amenities for all taste. Breathtaking views from certain hilltops you can see 35 miles.
  • Technical Specialist I

    Reports To: Network Services Program Director

    Salary: This is an exempt position.  Salary is based on ESC Region 15 Salary Schedule.

    Primary Job Purpose:

    Design, develop, administer, operate, and maintain Region 15's Local Area Network (LAN), Region15's Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN), and contracted districts' Local Area Network (LAN). Responsible for installation, testing, and oversight of all system hardware, software, and related equipment.

    Responsibilities and Duties:

    Operational Management
    1. Manage and oversee the installation and testing of system hardware, software, and upgrades. Identify and resolve system issues. Implement and maintain all system configurations. Ensure that ongoing maintenance is performed.
    2. Coordinate the development and management of  the LAN and its related services.
    3. Manage on-site and remote support of system hardware, connectivity, equipment, and services to Region 15 and contracted districts' LAN.
    4. Monitor and analyze system utilization. Recommend and exercise authority to implement changes and improvements as needed.
    Security
    1. Assist with the development and implementation of backup procedures to ensure that all backups are performed on a regular basis and that data is restored as needed.
    2. Assist with the development and implementation of a disaster recovery plan and provide specific recommendations within environment of expertise. 
    3. Assist with the development and implementation of a security plan and provide specific recommendations within environment of expertise.
    Technical Support
    1. Develop and maintain communication with system software and hardware vendors to maintain appropriate product maintenance and support.
    2. Develop and maintain system design and configuration documentation. Consult with critical stakeholders to identify need, analyze systems specifications, and correct related problems.
    Other
    1. Serve as the primary point of contact to system software and hardware vendors to maintain appropriate product evaluation, acquisition, and maintenance.
    2. Identify, analyze, and recommend the acquisition of software and hardware.
    3. Develop, compile, and maintain all appropriate documentation and procedures for Region 15 and contracted districts.
    Qualifications:
    • Bachelor's degree in computer science or management information systems (MIS), or related degree.
    • Two years of experience in desktop support services.Prefer Cisco, Microsoft, or other vendor certifications.
    Evaluation:

    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:

    Randon Lance,
    Network Services Program Director
    randon.lance@esc15.net
    325-658-6571

  • Sonora Elementary Teacher

    Sonora Elementary has an opening for a teacher. The grade level and subject are dependent on applicants qualifications.
  • Early Head Start CDA Teacher

    Location: Brownwood, TX

    Primary Job Purpose:


    To comply with all federal guidelines (Head Start Performance Standards, Policies and Procedures), all Texas State Child Care Licensing Procedures, and all local Head Start policies in providing children and families with all Early Head Start services for providing quality services to children and families.

    To help children progress toward the overall school readiness goal of social competence through providing children with a learning environment and varied experiences that help them develop socially, intellectually, physically, and emotionally in a manner appropriate to their individual age and development.

    Physical Demands and Working Conditions:

    * Frequent standing, stooping, bending, sitting, walking, climbing
    * Frequent lifting, carrying, and transporting children
    * Repetitive hand motions
    * Ability to see, speak, hear, communicate, and utilize electronic
      communication devices
    * Manage multiple tasks and work cooperatively with others
    * Occasional work under stressful conditions
    * Work with frequent interruptions and tight deadlines
    * Occasional travel, both in region and out of region, including overnight
      travel

    Salary:

    Refer to Early Head Start Pay Scale

    Additional Information:

    Robin Harmon,
    Head Start/Early Head/Start Director
    325-658-6571
    robin.harmon@esc15.net
  • Mason ISD 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.


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