The Military Child Education Coalition (MCEC) invites you to use your skills to make a difference in the lives of military children, their families and their communities. If you have a passion for service and enjoy a collaborative working environment, we want to talk to you.
Just as our brave men and women of the U.S. Military serve our nation, the MCEC strives every day to serve them by taking care of their most prized possessions: their children. We are proud of our mission-focused and supportive culture, which fosters personal growth and collaboration. The fast-paced work environment offers our staff the opportunity to roll-up their sleeves to work on a variety of programs that affects children locally, nationally, and internationally. This experience is enriching on a daily basis.
We also believe in a work/life balance and respect for each individual. If you are looking for a positive work environment, we invite you to explore what MCEC has to offer in your field.
Shellie M. Campos, SHRM-CP
Director - Human Resources
909 Mountain Lion Circle
Harker Heights, TX 76548
Ph: 254.953.1923 x 1130
The Military Child Education Coalition (MCEC) offers a range of benefits to full-time and qualified part-time employees.
The Military Student Transition Consultant (MSTC) is a highly specialized education professional embedded within the school district. The MSTC will provide assistance to military-connected students in the Lackland Independent School District, with needs related to increasing support systems for social emotional behavioral well being, academic growth, school relationship trust, and transition. The MSTC will perform activities, create and maintain a transition webpage, and deliver professional development within the district, community and installation to support this goal. The MSTC works directly with children and parents on a daily basis.More Info
The Director of Marketing and Communications is accountable for managing the marketing and communications needs of the organization. This position is responsible for contributing to the development and implementation of a marketing plan (internal and external markets), and managing effective communications systems to include web, social, print and digital communications.More Info
Position Overview The Military Child Education Coalition is recruiting a Project Manager, Computer Coding Grant (PM), who will develop three grade-level-differentiated curriculum guides that will focus on encouraging families to learn computer coding together and build on this skill based on their background and content knowledge. The purpose of the grant, through which this position is funded, is to further an emerging MCEC initiative with a focus on coding to introduce computer science and computational thinking, while offering opportunities for parent engagement with their children. Engaging military families in learning to code together is a powerful way to educate students and offer families an empowering and entertaining experience while connecting with one another and gaining awareness of available educational resources.More Info
Reports To: Military Student Transition Consultant Program Manager FLSA Status: Full-Time Exempt I. POSITION OVERVIEW The Military Student Transition Consultant (MSTC) is a highly specialized education professional embedded within the school district. The MSTC will provide assistance to military-connected students in middle and high school grades in the Schertz Cibolo Universal City ISD (SCUCISD) with needs related to increasing support systems for social emotional behavioral well being, focused communication to increase parent-school trust, and seamless transition support. The MSTC will perform activities and deliver professional development within the district, community and installation to support this goal. The MSTC works directly with students and parents on a daily basis.More Info
Reports To: Director of Foundation Relations FLSA Status: Full Time Exempt I. Summary The Grants Coordinator is responsible for developing and writing grant proposals to foundations, governmental agencies and other grant-making organizations. In addition, the Grants Coordinator will have reporting responsibilities to ensure compliance with individual grants. The person in this position will need to coordinate with both internal staff and designated external funding organizations. The Grants Coordinator will work closely with the Director of Foundation Relations, who will provide work guidance and review/approve work. Work location for this position is the MCEC headquarters in Harker Heights, Texas.More Info