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  • Kindergarten Teacher

    Apply online at www.newtonisd.net


  • Information Security Officer

    Reports To:        ESC Executive Director or designee
    General Purpose:    
    Under the general direction of the ESC Executive Director or designee, the Information Security Officer is to provide vision and leadership for developing and supporting security initiatives for the participating partners of Education Service Centers (ESCs). The Information Security Officer will also be responsible for assisting in the development and delivery of comprehensive information security and privacy programs for participating Education Service Centers (ESCs). The scope of this position includes information in digital format, print format, as well as other formats. The purpose of the position is to raise awareness of information security among participating ESCs, improve the overall protection from external and internal threats to participating ESCs, to ensure that the ESCs are in compliance with statutory and regulatory requirements regarding information access, security, and privacy, and to assist ESCs in building a culture which promotes security in the handling of data and use of technology. 
    Location:
    Texas, ESC location negotiable – 1 vacancy to be filled (Position is cross-posted on multiple job boards.)
    This position will be a shared FTE and may be housed in one of the eleven participating ESCs.  Current partners are located in Amarillo, Austin, Beaumont, El Paso, Huntsville, Lubbock, Midland, Richardson, San Angelo, Victoria, and Wichita Falls.
    Responsibilities:
    •    Serves as a representative of participating ESCs, displaying courtesy, tact, consideration, and discretion in all interactions with other members of the educational communities, governmental agencies, and with the public.
    •    Participates as a member of the senior management team in governance processes related to security strategies for participating ESCs.
    •    Assists with the development of an industry acceptable set of information security policies and procedures in association with participating ESCs.
    •    Aids participating ESCs in with the implementation of information security policies and procedures.
    •    Coordinates information security compliance activities between the Texas Education Agency and participating ESCs when necessary.
    •    Ensures that security policies and procedures for participating ESCs comply with state and federal standards.
    •    Provides direct information security training to each participating ESC when necessary.
    •    Consults with each participating ESC regarding compliance with the organization's security policies and procedures among employees, contractors, alliances, and other third parties and assists in taking corrective action when necessary.
    •    Manages information security incident response.
    •    Coordinates efforts between TEA and ESC’s technical teams in reviewing and improving individual Information Security Plans.
    •    Performs information security risk analysis and periodic information system activity reviews for information security processes.
    •    Assists with the design and implementation of disaster recovery and business continuity plans, procedures, audits, and enhancements as necessary.
    •    Works closely with the participating ESCs on enterprise technology development to fully secure information, computer, network, and processing systems where necessary.
    •    Serves as an internal information security consultant to participating ESCs.
    •    Monitors advancements in information security technologies.
    •    Monitors changes in legislation and accreditation standards that affect information security.
    •    Initiates, facilitates, and promotes activities to foster information security awareness within participating ESCs.
    •    Serves as an information security point of contact for participating ESCs.
    •    Travels to each participating ESC no less than once per year for face-to-face meetings with technology teams and/or administration. Currently, the participating ESCs are located in Amarillo, Austin, Beaumont, El Paso, Huntsville, Lubbock, Midland, Richardson, San Angelo, Victoria, and Wichita Falls.
    •    Reports for work ready to perform responsibilities.
    •    Performs duties that directly and/or indirectly impact student performance in Region 5.
    •    Maintains a professional level of confidentiality regarding all ESC matters.
    •    Supports the mission, goals, and objectives of the ESC strategic plan.
    •    Upholds and adheres to safety rules and policies of the ESC safety program.
    •    Performs professional responsibilities as required by ESC policies, processes, and procedures.
    •    Meets proficiency levels of required technology skills as outlined by supervisor.
    •    Incorporates appropriate technology in daily work and exhibits continual growth in technologies as outlined by supervisor.
    •    Performs other duties as assigned.
    Qualifications:
    Education:
    •    Bachelor’s degree required, advanced degree preferred.
    Experience:
    •    A minimum of three to five years of experience in information security required.
    Special Knowledge/Skills:
    •    Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills
    •    Demonstrated skills in writing, editing, and public speaking
    •    Ability to implement policy and procedures
    •    Ability to interpret data
    •    Must have the ability to work collaboratively with a diverse group of people
    Physical:
    •    Occasional prolonged and irregular hours
    •    Ability to perform required travel to participating ESCs across the state
    Salary Range:
    •    $89,000 to $100, 000 plus benefits (Salary dependent upon experience)

  • School Bus Driver/Support Worker

    CDL License with student stamp and classes.  This position emphasizes the transportation of students and adults in company vehicles in addition to other duties assigned during non-driving hours. The driver will have a morning and afternoon route and will be responsible for driving on field trips and other occasions which may require additional work hours. While on field trips, driver may be expected to chaperone students. This position may require additional walking, standing, reaching, bending, stooping, climbing, lifting, etc.
  • Paraprofessional

    Educational Aide Certification or Equivalent
  • Benefits Specialist

    DESCRIPTION:  
    The Human Resources Insurance & Benefits Specialist will assist in the efficient operation of the Human Resources office, provide clerical/secretarial services to the Assistant Superintendent of Schools, and assist with the administration of employee benefits.  


    QUALIFICATIONS:

    High School Diploma or Equivalent Thirty semester hours of college credit with some business orientation or equivalent business school training (preferred) Three years of general clerical/secretarial experience (preferred) Proficient skills in word processing, Excel spreadsheet, and records management Strong analytical & organizational skills Aptitude for detail work Ability to work cooperatively with staff  
     

    SALARY:

    Job Grade 6 – Minimum $14.72 / hour Contingent upon experience 226 Service Days  
      HIRE DATE: Immediately  

    ON-LINE APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE @
    www.woccisd.net.
       
    For additional information, you may contact Dr. Nina LeBlanc, Assistant Superintendent of Schools, 409- 882-5610, nleb@woccisd.net  

  • Director of Operations - Jasper I.S.D.

    Direct and manage district’s transportation & vehicle maintenance program to ensure transportation services are safe, efficient & economical.   Direct and manage transportation routing program.  
     Direct and manage grounds operations to ensure all campuses are safe, neat and attractive. 
             
    Direct and manage maintenance and custodial staff to ensure the JISD facilities are maintained in condition of quality.
    Direct and manage district utilities and energy program. Prepare data necessary to process payroll, budget and supplies in transportation/maintenance/food service departments.                                                Ensure safe and efficient district operations. Manage personnel of transportation, maintenance, grounds, custodial and food service.
    Maintain and update annually the district safety and security program – including all mandated compliance issues and safety audits. 
    Direct and manage Student Services – Truancy
    Maintain and update campus handbooks and district Code of Conduct                                                 Other duties as assigned
  • Science Teacher

    Assignment:  Secondary Science Teacher
    Date Posted:  09/14/2017
    Starting Date:  ASAP
    Commitment:  Full time employment
    Qualifications:  Science 7-12 SBEC Certified
    How to Apply:  burkevilleisd.org or at the
                   Burkeville ISD Admin Office
     
    Contact Person:  Administration Office-HR
    Address: 231 CR 2099
    City:  Burkeville
    State:  Texas
    Phone:  409-565-2201
    Fax:  409-565-2012
  • Speech Language Pathologist

    DESCRIPTION:  
    The role of the speech/language therapist/pathologist is to assess, plan and implement therapy services to students at an assigned school; use an assessment process to determine the needs and priorities of the population served; provide therapy that will maximize remediation, personal growth and development of varying communication skills within the philosophy and objectives of the local district and state agency.  


    QUALIFICATIONS:
    Bachelor’s degree in communication disorders or related field. Valid Texas License in Speech and Language Therapy. Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology, preferred, with certificate of clinical compliance.  

    SALARY:
    Contingent upon experience 187 Service Days  
    DEADLINE: Open until filled    
    HIRE DATE: 2017-2018  School Year    

    ON-LINE APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE @
    www.woccisd.net.
       
    For additional information you may contact Dr. Nina LeBlanc, Assistant Superintendent of Schools, 409- 882-5610, nleb@woccisd.net  
  • Lumberton ISD 3rd Grade Teacher

    All interested applicants should apply on the Lumberton ISD Employment website: https://lumberton.tedk12.com/hire/Index.aspx

  • Program Assistant

    Location: Region 5 ESC - Edison Plaza, 350 Pine Street, Beaumont, TX
    Salary Range: Contingent upon experience
    Length of Work: 12 months/232 days

    Please attach resume to application.

    Qualifications:
    Education: High School Diploma or GED; advanced training helpful;

    Special Knowledge/Skills:    
    •    Advanced technology skills; Proficient with computers and software; ability to operate various types of equipment and use online applications; proficient with PowerPoint, spreadsheets;
    •    Prior knowledge/ experience entering data into Management Information Systems preferred;
    •    Possess characteristics of reliability, dependability, and enthusiasm;
    •    Possess pleasant personality to interact with and assist individuals from all backgrounds;
    •    Ability to develop neat, accurate, written documents of all types;
    •    Ability to be flexible, dependable, and a self-starter;
    •    Ability to communicate effectively; excellent oral and written communication skills;
    •    Ability to manage multiple tasks in a busy environment;
    •    Handle critical deadlines and demonstrate initiative in difficult situations;
    •    Excellent organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills;
    •    Ability to maintain multiple tasks and work cooperatively with others;
    •    Ability to maintain calm attitude in demanding situation;
    •    Ability to make changes and adapt to varying responsibilities on an ongoing basis;
    •    Ability to work with frequent interruptions and tight deadlines  

    Duties and Responsibilities:
    •    Knowledge of assigned program(s) and grant(s)
    •    Provide courteous and professional interaction with staff, students and community partners;
    •    Gain program knowledge to questions from potential students; field phone calls and in-person
    •    Answer calls and provide information to potential students about the Adult Education program;
    •    Process incoming/ outgoing data and communications in person, electronically;
    •    Collect, organize, and enter student data information into one or more Management Information Systems daily; analyze this data to contribute to student and program success and performance;
    •    Maintain student/customer confidence and protect operations by keeping information confidential;
    •    Assist with procurement of supplies and equipment for the instructional program; track inventory;
    •    Other duties as assigned by the Project Director



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