Human Resources

Visionary Leaders Providing Exemplary Service Last Updated: 3/13/2020 5:38 PM
Marion Stout - MCESC Director of Human Resources

Marion Stout - MCESC Director of Human Resources 

The MCESC and you.   We could make a great team!  Click on the brochure above for more information about the MCESC. 

The Montgomery County Educational Service Center is committed to hiring and retaining highly qualified staff. The MCESC Human Resource Department is responsible for overseeing recruitment, selection and hiring processes as well as ensuring all staff members maintain required credentials. The Human Resource Department also works closely with the Treasurer's Office to administer employee benefit programs. 

If you wish to be considered for positions in the Dayton Area School Employment Consortium you will need to complete a Frontline application. If you already have a Frontline application, you may use that application to submit for positions.

Please refer to individual job postings for application details. You must have an account to login and apply. Creating an account is free. 

MCESC Job Openings

Dayton Area Schools Employment Consortium

To contact Human Resources, please call (937) 225-4598

The MCESC is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.

Additional Resources

2019 Health Benefits Summary

Educator Licenses

Frontline Technology Sign in

Health, Safety & Wellness


Staff Resources

Staff Kiosk



DAYTON AREA EDUCATION CAREER FAIR  has been postponed.  We will provide updates on our website as warranted.  Thank you!




                   WHY THE MCESC?

 Mark Pressley               

"Working as a teacher of students with special needs affords me the opportunity to not only serve them, but to also positively impact their families as well.  The impact that having a child with special needs has on a family often goes unnoticed.  The work we do here at the MCESC ministers to the needs of the family and prepares the students to have a more successful and fulfilling life after they graduate.  Their well-being and success is our greatest rewards as educators."
- Mark Pressley, MCESC Intervention Specialist