Searching for a Job—What's New
The general structure and functionality of the Career Center remains the same; however, we've improved our search engine to allow you to hone in on the exact job you're looking for. The query time has been greatly reduced, and you'll notice that as you select search criteria, the system automatically narrows down and displays the number of jobs your search will produce.The trade-off for having instant feedback is that you can only do single-query searches under each filter choice; i.e., select ONE item from under each area: District Category/Employer, Position, Levels, Area, Core Subjects/Electives, Career & Technology.
NOTE: You do not need to create a Member Services Center profile to search for job vacancies in the Career Center.
Posting a Job — What's New
The Employers' Area (posting/maintaining job vacancies for your district/organization) of the Career Center has been moved inside TASA's Member Services Center. You no longer use the district username and password associated with the Career Center to post a job. Anyone authorized to post jobs for your district/organization must have a profile set up in TASA's Member Services Center, as must any person who will be designated as a job contact within an individual posting. There is no cost to create a profile in TASA's Member Services Center, and creating one does not make you a member of TASA. An active profile simply allows you to register and submit proposals for TASA events and, if authorized by your district, to post jobs in TASA’s Career Center.
Create a Profile and/or Log In
- Link to the Member Services Center
- On the Login screen, you have the option to (a) enter your username and password if you already have a profile, (b) have your password sent to you if you think you have a profile but can’t remember your password, or (c) create a new account.
- Click the "Did you forget your password?" link to have your password sent to you.
- Click the "I need to create an account." link if you need to create an account. Follow the steps to create your account.
Post/Maintain Job Vacancies
- Link to TASA's Member Services Center and login using your username and password. (Remember: The district username and password associated with posting jobs to the Career Center are no longer valid.)
- On the Member Services Center home page, click the My Organization link on the left-hand side of the rust-colored menu bar.
- In the left-hand column on the My Organization page, you will see Career Center Admin, click on Manage Job Postings.
- Click the New Job Posting link to post a job.
- Enter information related to the job. All fields in the previous Career Center are in the new system. There is a slightly different procedure for selecting the job contact.
- Select a Contact for the posting from the displayed list of individuals in your district. If you do not see the person who needs to be the contact, that person must create an MSC profile for him/herself. As soon as the profile is complete, that name will display in the contact list.
- Choices under District Category/Employer, Position, and Level are listed alphabetically. The All Levels choice under Level will automatically select the individual choices in that section, improving the search capabilities for users.
- Click the Active Job Posting link to view and edit current postings.
- Link to the Member Services Center
Comings & Goings
Congratulations to these superintendents, who are either new to the superintendency or new to their respective districts for 2017-18:
Abbott ISD – Eric Pustejovsky, former principal, Abbott ISD
Azle ISD – Tanya Anderson, former assistant superintendent of curriculum and human resources, Azle ISD
Bay City ISD – Marshall Scott III, former executive director of elementary schools, Baltimore County Public School System
Boerne ISD – Thomas Price, former deputy superintendent, Humble ISD
Bridgeport ISD – Brandon Peavey, former superintendent, Hardin ISD
Clyde ISD – Kenneth Berry, former principal, Clyde Junior High School, Clyde ISD
Coppell ISD – Brad Hunt, former assistant superintendent for administration, Coppell ISD
Decatur ISD – Judi Whitis, former superintendent, Valley Mills ISD
Evant ISD – Ken Wimberley, former assistant superintendent of operations, Sonora ISD
Farwell ISD – Colby Waldrop, former superintendent, Hedley ISD
Friendswood ISD – Thad Royer, former deputy superintendent, Friendswood ISD
Frisco ISD – Mike Waldrip, former superintendent, Coppell ISD
Frost ISD – Mickie Jackson, former elementary principal, Frost ISD
Gladewater ISD – Sedric Clark, former principal, Mansfield High School, DeSoto Parish, Louisiana
Hereford ISD – Sherri Blankenship, former assistant superintendent of professional services, Hereford ISD
Hidalgo ISD – Xavier Salinas, former assistant superintendent for support services, Waco ISD
Hudson ISD – Donny Webb, former assistant superintendent, Hudson ISD
Iraan-Sheffield ISD – Michael Meek, former business manager, Iraan-Sheffield ISD
Johnson City ISD – Richard Kolek, former deputy superintendent, Taylor ISD
Keller ISD – Rick Westfall, former deputy superintendent, Grapevine-Colleyville ISD
La Feria ISD – Cathy Lee Hernandez, former assistant superintendent for curriculum, Judson ISD
Laredo ISD – Sylvia Rios, former chief academic officer for curriculum and instruction, Laredo ISD
Little Elm ISD – Daniel Gallagher, former assistant superintendent for educational services, Little Elm ISD
Lockney ISD – Jim Baum, former principal, Iraan High School, Iraan-Sheffield ISD
Maud ISD – Chris Bradshaw, former principal, Como-Pickton High School, Como-Pickton CISD
McGregor ISD – James Lenamon, former assistant superintendent, McGregor ISD
McMullen County ISD – Jason Jones, former superintendent, Oglesby ISD
Medina ISD – Kevin Newsom, former superintendent, Brackett ISD
Mexia ISD – Lyle DeBus, former superintendent, Harts Bluff ISD
Midland ISD – Orlando Riddick, former superintendent, Cedar Hill ISD
Morton ISD – Karen Saunders, former principal, Ranger ISD
Oakwood ISD – Donny Lee, former principal, Frankston High School, Frankston ISD
Orange Grove ISD – Randy Hoyer, former superintendent, Skidmore-Tynan ISD
Oglesby ISD – David Maass, former principal, Oglesby High School
Pflugerville ISD – Doug Killian, former superintendent, Hutto ISD
Ramirez CSD – Angela Gonzalez, former coordinator for assessment, McAllen ISD
Raymondville ISD – Stetson Roane, former superintendent, Seguin ISD
Red Oak ISD – Mike Goddard, former assistant superintendent of business and operations, Prosper ISD
Refugio ISD – Melissa Gonzales, former principal, Refugio ISD
San Benito CISD – Nate Carman, former superintendent, Teague ISD
Sanger ISD – Sandra McCoy-Jackson, former assistant superintendent, Duncanville ISD
Seguin ISD – Matthew Gutierrez, former assistant superintendent, Plano ISD
Shepherd ISD – Rick Hartley, former assistant superintendent, Waco ISD
Skidmore-Tynan ISD – Dustin Barton, former assistant superintendent, Skidmore-Tynan ISD
Snyder ISD – Eddie Bland, former superintendent, Bridgeport ISD
Stockdale ISD – Daniel Fuller, former superintendent, Waelder ISD
Sweetwater ISD – George McFarland, former superintendent, Tahoka ISD
Texas City ISD – Rodney Cavness, former superintendent, Port Neches-Groves ISD
Waco ISD – Marcus Nelson, former superintendent, Laredo ISD
Wink Loving ISD – Scotty Carman, former principal, Wink High School