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ESU 10 Multi-Tier System of Support (MTSS) Facilitator Education Level: Master's degree in education or related field Minimum of five years of experience in public and/or private school or related field Certification/Licensure: Nebraska Teaching Certificate in related field Essential Functions of Position: The MTSS Facilitator works to ensure implementation integrity of evidence based practices and development of local implementation capacity. The MTSS Facilitator provides support in the implementation of evidence based practices at the ESU/District/School Leadership Team levels. The MTSS Facilitator works under the direction and supervision of the Director of Teaching and Learning combined with the advisement of the Director of Special Education at ESU 10. The MTSS Facilitator will effectively demonstrate: 1. Application of implementation science in development of a multi-tiered system of support framework at ESU, district or school levels; 2. Provide training, coordination, and modeling of evidence based practices at ESU, district, or school levels (curriculum, instruction, intervention & assessment) for academics and social emotional behavioral learning (including PBIS); 3. Familiarity with state and federal accountability standards; 4. Expertise in state and local assessment systems, including but not limited to data analysis, report interpretation, and use of data in implementing evidence based practices; 5. Expertise in the use of multiple data sources (at both system and student levels) to drive decisions and improve instruction; 6. Proficient in the MTSS problem solving process; 7. Organization and planning skills for setting short and long term goals, and for coordinating efforts for timely accomplishment of such goals; 8. Effective verbal and written communication, both within the local district, and external stakeholders; 9. Experience in preparing and presenting high quality, research based professional development; 10. Strong interpersonal skills demonstrated through the respect of peers and the ability to build trusting, collaborative relationships; 11. Ability to work with representative leadership teams to develop local capacity; 12. Commitment to partnering with ESU 10 and NeMTSS colleagues to advocate and align MTSS implementation efforts with local district initiatives. Possible Additional Responsibilities (based on the qualifications of the candidate) LETRS Certified Trainer MTSS Continuous School Improvement NWEA MAP Certified Facilitator PBIS Facilitator Reading Specialist Terms of Employment FTE 1.0 with full-time benefits Salary based on education and experience Timeline The following is the planned timeline for this position: 1. Advertisement of the Position Opening: December 22, 2020 2. Application Period: December 22, 2020 – January 27, 2021 3. Candidate Application Materials Due: January 27, 2021 4. New Facilitator Begins: July 1, 2021 Application Requirements Letter of Application Completed ESU 10 Classified Application Three Letters of Recommendation Responses to Questions – Questions will be emailed to applicants after Letter of Application is received Application and letters of reference must be sent to Denise O'Brien, Educational Service Unit 10, PO Box 850, Kearney, NE 68848 or emailed to by January 27, 2021. Teaching and Learning Coordinator ESU 10 seeks to fill this position with an educator who has a combination of the following qualifications, special knowledge & skills. Job Goal: To support the ESU 10 mission through the delivery of effective and systematic professional development, facilitation of educational processes, as well as support of district administrative leadership practices for the purpose of improving teaching and learning. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Education or related field required; Master's degree in Education or related field preferred Minimum of five years of classroom teaching experience required Leadership experience in the continuous improvement process Special Knowledge & Skills High degree of professionalism including strong communication and public relations skills Disposition to establish rapport and work in collaboration with school district and other ESU personnel Capacity to work on multiple tasks with minimal supervision Utilization of technology for effective collaboration, communication and instruction Strong organizational and planning skills Command of or willingness to learn and apply the research regarding what, when, and how language skills should be taught Experience in curriculum, instruction, assessment, leadership, educational technology and the continuous school improvement process Major Responsibilities Provide assistance in planning, implementing, supporting, and evaluating school improvement initiatives Design, develop and execute professional learning Research and promote new and effective practices in education Participate in relevant training to acquire/develop skills and competencies required for effective job performance Represent ESU 10 at local, regional, state and national conferences and/or trainings Travel as necessary to provide support to local school districts/and or attend conferences for personal professional learning Other duties as assigned Terms of Employment FTE 1.0 with full-time benefits Salary based on education and experience Timeline The following is the planned timeline for this position: 1. Advertisement of the Position Opening: January 6, 2021 2. Application Period: January 6-February 4, 2021 3. Candidate Application Materials Due: February 4, 2021 4. New Coordinator Begins: July 1, 2021 Application Requirements Letter of Application Completed ESU 10 Application Letters of Recommendation Responses to Questions- Questions will be emailed to Applicants after Letter of Application is received. Application materials must be sent to Denise O'Brien, Educational Service Unit 10, P.O. Box 850, Kearney, NE 68848 or emailed to by February 4, 2021. Early Learning Connection Coach Consultant The Early Learning Connection (ELC) Coach Consultant supports coaches in coaching initiatives serving Birth to age 8 within the Central Region (ESU 9, 10, 11 and 26) of Nebraska. The ELC Coach Consultant observes and makes recommendations about effective practices where unmet needs/gaps or duplications of services exist in the Central Region of Nebraska. ESU 10 seeks to fill this position with an early childhood educator who has a blend or combination of the following qualifications, special knowledge, and skills. Qualifications : To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Education and/or Experience Bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Education or related field required; Master's degree or higher preferred. Five or more years' experience in an early childhood setting in any capacity. One to two years of direct experience coaching early childhood educators/professionals required (can be included in five years' early childhood experience). Three or more years' experience is preferred. Knowledge of adult learning best practices and experience using best practices in adult learning settings. Trained and proficient in Nebraska Coaching Model is preferred. Language Skills Ability to read and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence, and memos. Ability to write simple correspondence. Ability to effectively present information in one-on- one and small group situations. Reasoning Ability Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out detailed but uninvolved written or oral instructions. Ability to deal with problems involving a few concrete variables in standardized situations. Computer Skills To perform this job successfully, an individual should have working knowledge of email; word processing software; spreadsheet software and internet software. Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Facilitates a process to help coaches develop individual plans to improve coaching knowledge and practices. Supports the coach in coaching about environments and opportunities which promote the child's growth and development for any of the developmental domains, (language and literacy, health and physical development, approaches to learning, social emotional development, creative arts, science, mathematics). Offers resources and strategies to staff to enhance coach-educator relationships, offers expert suggestions, and utilizes reflective practices in all meetings. Assists coaches in structuring meetings and observations with educators to work towards goals and meet program objectives. Checks in regularly with coaches to offer support and guidance. Is a conduit to state level public and private initiative leads to inform policy and improve practice and systems. Ensures collaboration/coordination among local coaches to ensure effective use of time, resources, and best practices. Attends regularly scheduled meetings with other coach coordinator(s), Nebraska Department of Education – Office of Early Childhood, participating community partners, and professional development technical assistance staff. Contacts program/initiative partners to access external support when needed. Directs coaches to individual representative(s) for program or initiative concerns/questions. Collaborates with Early Learning Connection Coordinator(s) to provide consistent, coordinated support of early childhood initiatives. Actively clarifies roles with Early Learning Connection Coordinator(s) when jointly involved in initiatives….. click apply for full job detailsTracking

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