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SUPERVISES:              NA
SALARY RANGE:         $73,074.00-$88,309.22 ANNUALLY
Work with campus staff, students, and/or parents to coordinate, plan, implement, and evaluate academic, curriculum and instruction programs for the district.
  • Serve as the district testing coordinator for STAAR, TELPAS, SAT, ACT, TSIA, and credit by exam
  • Attend annual district testing coordinator training at the Region Service Center
  • Conduct campus testing coordinator and principal training
  • Conduct technology staff training
  • Ensure all oaths are signed prior to accessing secure materials
  • Review and confirm testing materials including placing orders through the state testing management site according to state deadlines
  • Submit precode testing files by state deadlines
  • Receive, verify and distribute test materials to campuses
  • Coordinator and plan online test administrations with campus testing coordinators and technology staff
  • Create user accounts for campus and technology staff in state testing management site
  • Coordinate the review and updating of student records through the state testing management site
  • Maintain testing environment and procedures by monitor testing at the campuses
  • Direct the collection of materials from campuses
  • Verify, pack, and ship scorable and non-scorable materials back to the testing contractor
  • Order optional reports, if needed
  • Distribute score reports to the campuses and upload file into Student Information System (SIS), Eduphoria, and sped/504/RTI management software
  • Maintain all required testing records for five years
  • Serve as the district Accountability contact with TEA. Stay up-to-date with accountability changes, communicate the changes staff, provide staff training, and coordinate with the superintendent and program directors for any needed improvement plans.
  • Assist with academic accountability data analysis including passing and progress measures
  • Communicate available state-adopted textbook options to campus principals
  • Facilitator textbook selections at the campuses
  • Order textbooks for the campuses through EMAT or directly through the publishers with a reimbursement through EMAT
  • Monitor use of IMA funds
  • Inventory and distribute textbooks to the campuses
  • Maintain a district inventory of all textbooks including campus location
  • Inventory and distribute textbooks to the campuses
  • Set up and maintain campuses, teachers, and students eBook subscriptions
  • Provide and/or arrange training for district and campus staff
  • Serve as AVID District Director or Co-Director
  • Serve as the district CTE Coordinator
  • Develop and implement PLC processes and expectations
  • Serve as district support for TEKS Resource System
  • Serve as a district member of the Teacher Leadership Grant. Coordinate visits and ensure implementation of expectations for Data Driven Instruction and Observation and Feedback Cycle
  • Provide training on the use of Lead4ward resources
  • Provide training on Eduphoria reports for the use of data driven instruction
  • Assist Human Resources with teacher certifications and provide and/or arrange test prep opportunities for staff
  • Assist with creating Personalized Learning Plan curriculum and ensuring it is used with fidelity at all campuses
  • Assist with creating Early Education Plans and how funding will be used
  • Assist campuses with college and career preparation activities including dual credit, college applications, Advanced Placement, OnRamps, College Preparatory Math and English Courses, work-based learning, Alumni and National School Clearinghouse data, college and career readiness software (i.e. Xello)
  • Assist campuses to ensure College, Career, and Military Readiness goals are met for the district
  • Serve as the district administrator for instructional software including LMS, interventions, textbooks, online courses, and supplemental instructional programs
  • Assist with creating and maintaining campus, teacher, and student logins including coordinating with the PEIMS Coordinator on instructional software auto-rostering/integrations
  • Communicate updates to campus staff
  • Resolve campus issues with the software that arise and contact vendor for assistance, if needed
  • Complete end-of-year and beginning-of-year tasks for all systems
  • Conduct training or schedule training with outside vendors, as needed, for district and campus staff
  • Conduct annual evaluation and coordinate renewals of programs
  • Train campus LPAC committees
  • Monitor completion of campus LPAC requirements
  • Maintain district LPAC records
  • Review records for new LEP students
  • Verify LEP students for the district prior to data submissions including 6-week attendance and PEIMS
  • Administer and/or coordinator administration of commissioner-approved assessments for identification and exit of LEP students within the established timeline
  • Maintain list of current ESL teachers and work with core content teachers to obtain their ESL certification
  • Submit ESL waiver and supporting documentation, if needed
  • Coordinate Title III program requirements with campuses and Region 12 and maintain required documentation
  • Conduct annual program evaluation
  • Protects confidentiality of students and their families
  • Develop, implement, and maintain a K-12 district-wide MTSS program in coordination with special education director
  • Provides support to staff in use of data and progress monitoring tools/assessments to identify students’ areas of strength and areas for growth
  • Supports campuses in identifying students who need additional supports
  • Supports campuses in identifying and implementing Tier 2 and 3 interventions
  • Oversees data collection and progress monitoring processes
  • Assist in selection of MTSS assessments and intervention materials
  • Provides training and technical assistance for campuses as needed in support of the MTSS process
  • Coordinate with special education staff for referrals to evaluation for special education
  • Assist with summer school and accelerated instruction coordination and implementation
  • Work with Administrators and Supervisors to provide training and calibration of evaluation instruments
  • Assist with the district Teacher Incentive Allotment plan
  • Assist with state and federal grant management and reporting
  • Assist with monitoring completion of staff development such as K-3 Reading Academies, AVID, CPE hours, new hire trainings, and substitute trainings
  • Coordinate academic and instructional stipends including reviewing amounts, jobs descriptions, and documentation
  • Support the mission and vision of the campus and district
  • Adheres to policies and procedures of the campus and district
  • Comply with policies established by federal and state law, including but not limited to State Board of Education and local Board policy
  • Perform other job-related duties as assigned
Knowledge of:
  • Curriculum, LEP/ESL, RTI/MTSS, and state testing preferred.
Ability to:
  • Interact effectively with campus staff and parents
  • Communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing
  • Operate standard computer and software applications, including, but not limited to electronic mail, word processing, spreadsheets, databases and presentations and comfortable learning other online software systems
  • Organize and prioritize work responsibilities with attention to details
Experience: Three years as a teacher or related experience.  Prior experience and knowledge of curriculum, LEP/ESL, MTSS, and state testing preferred.
Education: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university, valid Texas Certificate, and Master’s in curriculum and instruction, educational leadership, or related field.
Duties involve walking, sitting, standing, in-door, and out-of-door activities and some lifting.  Must have and maintain a level of general physical/emotional health which permits effective performance of duties.   Regularly lifts and carries 1 - 25 pounds.  Required high level of mental alertness and requires ability to tolerate high levels of stress.


Should you enroll in medical plan, Orenda Education makes a $425 monthly contribution towards employees' premiums.

  • Participation in the Texas Teachers Retirement System
  • Health, Dental and Vision Insurance
  • Telehealth
  • Basic Life, Term Life, Permanent Life and Accident Insurance
  • Short-term and Long-term Disability
  • 403b and 457b Investment Plans
  • Health Savings and Flexible Spending Account Options
  • Critical Illness, Cancer Insurance
  • Legal Services