Ector County Independent School District


To all ECISD Applicants who have completed applications in the WinOcular System, we want to thank you for your interest and for applying for a position in Ector County Independent School District. Please note the following:

As of 5:00pm, January 28, 2015, Winocular will no longer be accessible for job applications. On Monday, February 2, 2015, Ector County Independent School District will launch a new application processing software through Tyler Munis. As a result of this process, all registered WinOcular users’application information will not be saved from any previous job applications. Once we have completed our transition to Tyler Munis, we will provide more information on how to access our new application for employment.

We appreciate your patience during this transition and look forward to seeing your application in our new system. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause our applicants. If you have any questions or problems, please contact one of our Human Resources Specialists at (432) 456-9359

Application Procedures

Human Resources: (432) 456-9359

Fax: (432) 456-9358

ALL applicants must apply online. PLEASE DO NOT SEND A SEPARATE RESUME by mail, fax or email as it will not be reviewed. Please do not send letters of recommendation or transcripts. These items may be requested upon hire.

How to Apply for a Job Opening

Thank you for your interest in employment with the Ector County Independent School District. To complete an application, please read the information below and follow the steps indicated:

Step 1: Application

To be considered as an applicant, you must provide the following:

  • A completed online application with references

Please note:

  • Documents such as transcripts, resumes and certificates will be submitted electronically with the application though not required until employment offer is made-please note that documents have to be in one of the following formats: pdf, rtf or txt, and Microsoft Word
  • Completed applications will be kept on file for one year

Ector County Independent School District must obtain three references for each candidate considered for employment. Certificated applicants should provide information that includes their most recent principal or cooperating teacher, college supervisor’s names, or other educational references deemed appropriate including current telephone numbers and email addresses. Classified applicants should provide the names of the three most recent employers including the supervisors’ names, current telephone numbers, and email addresses. Failure to provide accurate information will result in a delay in the employment process

Click Here to Apply

Step 2: Hiring Process:

Once you have completed the application process, your file will be reviewed by the Human Resources Department/hiring supervisor/campus principal and considered for employment. A formal screening interview may be scheduled either in person or by telephone.

If you are recommended for employment, a director of the Human Resources department will contact you to offer the position and arrange a time to complete the necessary paperwork. As part of the employment process, it will be necessary for you to complete a fingerprint clearance through the Texas Department of Public Safety and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Your name will be submitted to the State Board for Educators’ Certification. If the Human Resources staff receives a request that you be fingerprinted, you will be contacted by Human Resources with further instructions. The total cost for fingerprinting is $50.00, paid by applicant. Fingerprinting and HR paperwork must be complete before your official start date. You may obtain more information at www.sbec.state.tx.us. The Ector County Independent School District will process a background check through a private agency. A drug test is required of every new employee hired.

Please note: Only a Director of Human Resources is authorized to make offers of employment and give salary information.

To view vacant positions, please visit our website: Click Here

Step 3: Orientation

Certified employees must attend new teacher orientation in their first year of employment with the District. If you have questions regarding orientation information, please contact the Professional Development office at (432) 456-8509, Henri Lewis, Director.

All new employees are required to attend a Benefits Orientation session following clearance of drug test and criminal history background checks. You will be scheduled for an orientation by an HR representative when you complete your paperwork with Human Resources.

For questions regarding Elementary teaching vacancies, please contact Staci Ashley, Director of Human Resources for Elementary Personnel at (432) 456-9352 or staci.ashley@ectorcountyisd.org

For questions regarding Secondary teaching vacancies, please contact Rebecca Mull, Director of Human Resources for Secondary Personnel at (432)456-9353 or rebecca.mull@ectorcountyisd.org

For questions regarding Paraprofessional or Administrative/Professional Support vacancies, please contact Valnita Hernandez at (432) 456-9351 or valnita.hernandez@ectorcountyisd.org

Click here to start the online application.

THE VENTURES INTERVIEW IS NOW REQUIRED OF EVERYONE THAT COMPLETES AN APPLICATION.

TEACHER CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR OUT-OF-STATE APPLICANTS

Teachers with an out-of-state certificate must apply for a Texas Certificate.
Applicants must satisfy the following requirements:

  • Hold a bachelor's degree
  • Present official college transcripts
  • Present a copy of the valid out-of-state teaching certificate
  • Complete TEA application form requesting Out of State Review of Credentials and one-year certificate
  • Pay fees for Out of State Review of Credentials
  • Apply for a one-year certificate*
  • Pass the Texas Examinations of Educator Standards (TExES)


*A one-year Texas certificate entitles the teacher to teach in the designated field(s) for one year from the application date. At the end of the year specified, the teacher must have taken and passed the TExES. There is a test to cover each teaching field/endorsement. Failure to complete the TExES requirements during the validity period of the one-year certificate could result in termination of employment.

Upon verification of passing all segments of the appropriate TExES the employee MUST apply for a Texas Certificate by:

  • Completing an online application form
  • Submitting official verification with Texas Education Agency of having passed the TExES for the assigned teaching fields
  • Submit an online payment with Texas Education Agency to cover the fee for the certificate(s)

Fee
The fees applicable to certification requirements must be in the form of a cashier's check or money order. They are to be made payable to: State Board for Educator Certification or SBEC.

  • $180.00 - Evaluation of credentials by SBEC (Nonrefundable fee)
  • $52.00 - Issuance of one year probationary certificate based on Out-of-state credentials

(Nonrenewable one year certificate for teaching assignment purposes)

Alternative Certification Program

The Texas Alternative Certification Program allows students who hold a bachelor’s degree in a subject area besides education to earn their teaching certificate in one year. The program uses workshops, internships, and field activities to provide students with the training and experience to become certified teachers.

TEA states, these programs are located in universities, school districts, education service centers, and private entities. A list of approved programs are available on the TEA website. Only programs found on this list may recommend an individual for a Texas educator certificate.

Applicants working with Alternative Certification Programs, must be eligible for a Statement of Eligibility (SOE).

EOE / ADA COMPLIANCE STATEMENT

The Ector County Independent School District shall adhere to a policy of equal employment for all employees. During the selection and employment process, individuals shall be employed without regard to race, creed, color, age, sex, religion, marital status, national origin or physical disability, except in situations where such disability will constitute an employment liability. Discrimination against any person shall be prohibited in recruitment, examination, appointment, training, promotion, retention, discipline and any other aspect of personnel administration for any of the above listed reasons, because of political or religious opinions or affiliation, or because of other non-merit factors. Inquiries concerning your rights or grievances should be referred to the Chief Human Resources Officer, Keith Garinger, 802 N. Sam Houston, Odessa, Texas 79761.

 

 

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