Interpreter Deaf Job Description Sample
Interpreter For The Deaf
Job Description Position availability dependent upon student need
. Variable work schedule. Part-time wage position (limited to 1500 hours per twelve month time period from date of hire), with no state benefits. Provide effective interpreting and transliterating services to deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals for classes, labs, appointments, tutoring sessions, and campus activities and/or programs.
Minimum Qualifications Considerable knowledge of deaf culture and language
. Demonstrated proficiency in American Sign Language and using English grammar. Certification from state or national screening evaluation program required.
Preferred Qualifications Associate degree in related field or completion of an interpreter training program
. Experience interpreting at the post-secondary level, and VQAS and National Certification are preferred.
Special Requirements Selected candidate is subject to a criminal background check as a condition of employment
Special Instructions to Applicants The offer of an interview is primarily based on the information provided on the application
, “see resume” is not an acceptable response to any question. Submitting an incomplete state application, or an application lacking in detail, may result in your non-selection.
Name Nancy Mitchell
(434) 832-7802 ## Email HR@cvcc.vccs.edu
Working Title:* Interpreter for the Deaf
Role Title:* Interpreter
- 89044 Job Open Date: 04/24/2015 Is this position funded in whole or in part by the American Recovery & Reinvestment Act (Stimulus Package)?: No
Hiring Range:* Negotiable depending on qualifications
Agency:* Central VA Community College (292)
Agency Website:* Click Here for Agency Website
680 Position Number: W0239 Job Posting Number: 0071829 Type of Recruitment: General Public
Does this position have telework options?:* No
Bilingual/Multilingual Skill Requirement/Preference:* No
Job Type:* Hourly/Wage
Job Type Detail:* Wage Non-Faculty- W-1 Pay Band: UG
Interpreter Deaf And Hard Of Hearing E8
Job Description: The Michigan School for the Deaf provides educational and residential programs and services for students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing.
This position interprets/transliterates classes at Genesee Area Skill Center. This position may also interpret between Deaf/Hard of Hearing and Hearing persons, on and off the Michigan School for the Deaf campus, in situations including but not limited to business, financial, medical, legal, social, theatrical, and educational for staff and students. Required Education and Experience Education Educational level typically acquired through completion of high school. Experience Three years of experience equivalent to an Interpreter, Deaf, including one year equivalent to an Interpreter, Deaf E8 facilitating communication between deaf, deafblind, hard of hearing persons, and hearing persons.
Additional Requirements and Information Possession of a valid Michigan certification with an acceptable Standard Level 3 national certificate recognized by the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID) or a Michigan Board for Evaluation of Interpreters Test (BEI) III and an Educational Interpreter Performance Assessment (EIPA) 4.0 as identified by the State of Michigan Interpreters Minimum Standard Level credentials. Medical/mental health, and legal endorsements are required. View the entire job specification at: http://www.michigan.gov/documents/InterpreterDeaf_12740_7.pdf Click here to view the Position Description.
Information provided in your application, resume, cover letter, transcripts, DD-214, and any other documentation provided will be used to verify responses to the supplemental questions. Unsupported responses will not be considered further. If applicable, you must attach an electronic and/or scanned copy of your official college/university transcripts.
For our purposes, "Official Transcripts" must contain the college/university name and address, the degree conferred and date granted, coursework completed (especially if no degree granted), and the Registrar's signature and/or seal. Your application for any position does not guarantee that you will be contacted by the Department/Agency for further consideration. Only those applicants interviewed will be notified of the results. NOTE: If you have previously applied for this position, you do not need to reapply. Your application is still being considered.Salary: $17.42 - $23.00 Hourly
Location:* Flint, MI
Job Type:* Seasonal
Job Number:* 3103-16-148 Closing: Continuous
Bargaining Unit:* SCIENTIFIC AND ENGINEERING (SEIU)
Agency:* State of Michigan
Address:* 400 South Pine Street Lansing, Michigan, 48909. Phone: (800) 788-1766 Website: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/michigan
Interpreter For The Deaf And Hard Of Hearing, Temporary, Part-Time
17T3IntDO Posting Title Interpreter for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Temporary, Part-Time
Position Type Temporary - Part time
Deaf Services Program Interpreter Coordinator
Job Summary The Health and Human Services Department of Travis County has a great opportunity for an individual with extraordinary program coordinating skills to keep multiple processes flowing within our Deaf Services program office. The ideal candidate will have the ability to communicate using American Sign Language (ASL), be detail-oriented and have excellent organizational skills. Our Deaf Services program has an exceptional reputation in serving the deaf, deafblind, and hard-of-hearing community in Travis County and we are needing to fill this key Interpreter Coordinator position with an equally exceptional person! This person coordinates all phases of activities and functions associated with interpreter services. Performs consultative, technical and administrative work in the planning, development, coordination, implementation and monitoring of interpreter services. Ensures that program goals and objectives are accomplished in accordance with established priorities. Analyzes program issues, completes policy and program analysis, conducts program research and presents program-related training and education. May supervise additional program staff.
DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: This is the third in a series of three social services program-related job classifications within the Social Services job family. This classification is responsible for coordinating, participating in and monitoring the activities and functions of a social services program or programs. This classification is distinguished from a Social Services Manager which has responsibility for an entire work unit. The Social Services Program Interpreter Coordinator typically coordinates larger and more complex programs than a specialist, senior or lead staff position. This classification may require a flexible work schedule in order to meet the needs of the department. Duties and Responsibilities
Coordinates, monitors and evaluates interpreter activities.
Monitors and approves program expenditures within established budget.
Prepares periodic reports financial analysis, and statistical reports on program activities.
Provides outreach and education about interpreter services and ADA communication accessibility laws.
Recruits program Interpreters.
Performs other job-related duties as assigned. Minimum Requirements
Education and Experience:
Bachelor's degree in Social or Behavioral Sciences or a directly related field AND five (5) years experience in social services or a directly related field, including experience coordinating a program; OR, Any combination of education and experience that has been achieved and is equivalent to the stated education and experience and required knowledge, skills, and abilities sufficient to successfully perform the duties and responsibilities of this job. Licenses, Registrations, Certifications, or Special
Fluency in ASL Valid Texas Driver's License
Certified Interpreter, BEI or RID Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:Knowledge of: * Supervisory principles, practices and techniques.
Program coordination and oversight techniques.
Policies, practices and procedures within area of assignment.
Federal, State and Local program laws and requirements.
Advocacy groups, social service providers and community outreach organizations.
Computer equipment to include word processing, spreadsheets, databases and a variety of software packages.
Skill in: * Program planning, development, monitoring and evaluation.
Conducting education and training sessions and public speaking presentations.
Referring clients to appropriate social services organizations and programs.
Problem-solving and decision-making.
Monitoring and recommending program expenditures.
Both verbal and written communication.
Ability to: * Coordinate, supervise and evaluate program staff and activities.
Analyze, research and evaluate findings.
Prepare administrative and statistical reports.
Serve as technical consultant and liaison.
Work with clients to facilitate access to social services programs and resources.
Manage time well and meet timelines.
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with departmental clientele, representatives of outside agencies, other County employees and officials, community outreach and other organizations, clinical service providers, and the general public. Work Environment & Other Information Physical requirements include the ability to lift/carry up to 25 pounds occasionally, visual acuity, speech and hearing, hand and eye coordination and manual dexterity necessary to operate a computer and office equipment. Subject to standing, sitting, walking, climbing stairs, bending, stooping, crouching, kneeling, pushing, pulling, reaching, twisting, balancing, repetitive motion, driving, client/customer contact, and squatting to perform the essential functions. This job description is intended to be generic in nature. It is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities. The essential duties, functions and responsibilities and overtime eligibility may vary based on the specific tasks assigned to the position. Work Hours: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM; Monday through Friday; works some nights and weekends Location: 2201 Post Road Suite 100, Austin Department: Health & Human Services Criminal, Education, and Employment Background Check Required
Salary:* $48,530.77 - $60,663.62 Annually
Location:* Austin, TX
Job Type:* Full Time
Department:* Health & Human Services
Job Number:* 15-04079 Closing: 2/11/2018 11:59 PM Central
Agency:* Travis County
Address:* 700 Lavaca Street, Suite 420 Austin, Texas, 78701. Phone: 512-854-9165 Website: http://www.traviscountyjobs.org
Part-Time Faculty Pool - Deaf Preparatory Program
Ideal Candidate Statement Ohlone College seeks to employ faculty members who have a passion for teaching and learning and a strong commitment to the missions and ideals of the community college. We are looking for excellent teachers who are student-oriented in their approach and dedicated to student success. An ideal candidate will be skilled in generating student engagement in learning. Innovative teaching strategies are encouraged at Ohlone, including collaborative learning and the active use of technology. Continuous professional development is highly valued. We are looking for faculty with enthusiastic interest in curriculum and instructional improvement through ongoing critical thinking about student learning outcomes in courses and programs. The ideal Ohlone faculty member will have strong leadership skills and an interest in active participation in college-wide activities. Excellent communication skills with students, staff and faculty peers are essential. We are looking for faculty who are flexible in their work and adaptable to change. Ohlone prides itself as a Learning College with the motto of “A World of Cultures United in Learning” and we are looking for faculty who embrace diversity in serving students of varied backgrounds and learning styles. The College is committed to environmental sustainability and looks to all employees to support this important goal. ## Position Under the direction of the Dean or Associate Dean of Deaf Studies Division, a part-time faculty position is to teach the Deaf Preparatory Program, ASL/DEAF STUDIES, DEAF Education, or Interpreter Preparation Program courses. Duties other than teaching responsibilities such as assessing the course Students Learning Outcomes (SLO Assessment); supporting and working on the program review and program improvement objectives (PIOs); participating in the program/department and the division’s meetings and activities such as Welcome Day or IPP screening day. This position will maintain standards of professional conduct and ethics appropriate to the position. This position may require assignments in the evenings and/or weekends and/or at off-campus locations. The Deaf Studies Division is made up of the following departments and programs: American Sign Language (ASL) Counseling for Deaf Studies Deaf Education (DEAF) Deaf Preparatory Program (DPP) Gallaudet University Regional Center – West (GURC) Interpreter Preparation Program (IPP) For more information on the Deaf Studies Division, please visit http://www.ohlone.edu/instr/deafstudies/. Note: Part-Time Faculty position applications are continually accepted (unless otherwise specified) by the District and will be added to the application pool for review by hiring departments on an as-needed basis. Should you be invited for an interview, you will be contacted by a District’s representative. Initial salary placement information is available via the United Faculty of Ohlone (UFO) contract in article 8.9.1. The contract is available at http://www.ohlone.edu/org/hr/docs/contracts/20142017ufocontract.pdf.
PLEASE NOTE Ohlone College is seeking a pool of qualified applicants for possible temporary part-time teaching assignments. These positions are filled on an as needed basis and are on-going recruitments.
Assignments may include day, evening and weekend courses and may be in-person, online or blended courses. As staffing needs arise, our Deans will review the pool and contact those applicants they are interested in interviewing. There are also times that adjunct faculty are needed to fill a last minute void as well.
Therefore, departments are better able to communicate their most recent teaching needs at the time of interviews. Applicants must meet the minimum academic requirements listed in order to be considered for the pool of qualified candidates. Applicants who meet the minimum requirements are not automatically accepted to teach at Ohlone.
As this is for a pool of applicants, it may take time before you hear anything. ## Desirable Qualifications KNOWLEDGE: American Sign Language and sign vocabulary used in an educational setting. Appropriate use of written English including spelling, vocabulary and grammar.
Deafness and its effect on language development in deaf and hard of hearing individuals. Cross-cultural communication. American with Disabilities Act.
Sign or Oral and written communication skills. Principles and practices of supervision and training. Applicable laws, codes, regulations, policies and procedures.
Interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy. ABILITY TO: Provide expressive and receptive interpretation and transliteration in American Sign Language.
Communicate effectively both in ASL and in English verbal and writing. Interpret, apply and explain rules, regulations, policies and procedures. Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationship with others.
Operate a computer and assigned classroom, office and lab equipment. Meet schedules and time lines. Work independently with little direction.
Plan and organize work. Maintain records and files. Prepare comprehensive narrative and statistical reports.
Teaching experience at the community college level desired but not required. ## Duties and Responsibilities Teach and Assess students. Duties other than teaching responsibilities such as assessing the course Students Learning Outcomes (SLO Assessment); supporting and working on the program review and program improvement objectives (PIOs); participating in the program/department and the division’s meetings and activities such as Welcome Day or IPP Screening Day. ## Minimum Qualifications Masters degree or higher in related field of department or program of interest. For minimum qualification requirements, please visit http://extranet.cccco.edu/Divisions/AcademicAffairs/InstructionalProgramsandServicesUnit/MinimumQualifications.aspx. ## Equivalency If you do not meet minimum qualifications as stated, a completed equivalency portfolio with all related documents must accompany the application or your packet will not be considered.
The equivalency form could be found on our website at: http://www.ohlone.edu/org/hr/jobs/docs/equivalencyform-forfacultycandidatestocomplete.pdf ## Foreign Transcripts Transcripts issued outside the United States require a course-by-course analysis with an equivalency statement from a certified transcript evaluation service verifying the degree equivalency to that of an accredited institution within the USA. This report must be attached with the application and submitted by the filing deadline. Here is a list of approved services: http://www.ohlone.edu/org/hr/forms/docs/evaluationofforeigndegrees.pdf ## Immigration Reform & Control Act of 1986 Applicants selected for positions will be required to provide identification and employment eligibility as outlined in the federal “Immigration Reform & Control Act of 1986.” ## District Statement A multi-campus single community college district, Ohlone College is located in the southern portion of the San Francisco Bay in California; serving 12,000 students per year.
The District has a main campus in the City of Fremont and a newly constructed campus in the City of Newark. Ohlone College is an ethnically diverse institution that promotes innovation and continuous improvement in departments and divisions. The College is named for the native population living in the area when Mission San Jose was founded.
The Fremont campus is located just south of the historical Mission. The Newark Campus is located near Interstate 880 and emphasizes programs in health, environment, and technology. ## EEO Statement The District is strongly committed to the principles of equal opportunity and to hiring qualified staff who reflect the diversity of our community. The District encourages a diverse pool of applicants and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, age (40 or over), medical condition, genetic information, marital status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, disability, military and veteran status, pregnancy/childbirth/breastfeeding or related medical condition or any other protected basis in any of its policies, practices, or procedures.
The college encourages applications from all qualified applicants. If you have a disability and are in need of special services, equipment, or facilities in order to apply or interview for this opening, please call the Human Resources office at: (510) 659-6088. ## Conditions of Employment Offers of employment are contingent upon Governing Board approval. Employment with Ohlone Community College is not complete or official until applicants meet all pre-employment requirements.
All new employees are required to submit official transcripts and proof of freedom from tuberculosis. In addition you will be required to provide identification and employment eligibility as outlined in the federal “Immigration Reform & Control Act of 1986.” Pre-employment tests and/or medical examinations may be required. Ohlone Community College does not sponsor H1B visas. Employees must sign the Oath or Affirmation of Allegiance and submit fingerprints for CA Department of Justice clearance. Starting Salary Range: Salary Range Hourly Lecture: $69.06-$83.95; Hourly Lab: $60.22-$73.19 DOE
Number of Vacancies:* Open Pool
Open Date:* 02/28/2015 Open Until Filled: No
Non-Classified: Teacher Of The Deaf
NON-CLASSIFIED: Teacher of the Deaf Print Apply NON-CLASSIFIED: Teacher of the Deaf Salary Depends on Qualifications Location Colorado Springs, CO Job Type Full Time Department Department of Education Job Number DBA-OPE-04/2012
Questions Department Information http://www.csdb.org Vision Statement: CSDB ... Learning, Thriving, Leading Mission Statement: The Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind (CSDB) provides children and families statewide with comprehensive, specialized educational services in safe, nurturing environments. We empower learners to become self-determined, independent contributing citizens within their communities. Core Values: Collaboration; Open, Honest Communication; Respect; Responsibility Description of Job CSDB is accepting applications for vacancies for Teacher of the Deaf for the 2018-2019 school year. Applications are accepted on an on-going basis for vacancies in all instructional areas, including but not limited to all core content areas: Elementary Education (Early Childhood Education); English/Language Arts; Science; Mathematics; Social Studies BROAD SCOPE OF POSITION: This position reports to the Principal, School for the Deaf, and is responsible for providing standards-based instruction to K-12th grade students who are Deaf / hard-of-hearing. Utilizes Colorado Academic Standards and benchmarks in establishing instructional goals; and provides assessments that measure whether students meet standards, in a safe and civil school environment. MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Performs work associated with standards-based student instruction: prepares lesson plans, develops input for and presents daily instructional / learning activities based upon the Individualized Education Program (IEP) and school reform tenets under the direction of the Principal, School for the Deaf, maintains a positive classroom environment utilizing appropriate classroom management, keeps students on task and engaged in learning.
Demonstrates knowledge / skill in the areas of task analysis, assessment, progress monitoring, behavior management, organization / planning, curriculum development, current technology practices, parent relations and teamwork.
Utilizes technology to model, teach, and assist students relative to classroom instruction and activities.
Works as part of the education / assessment team responsible for identifying, developing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating individual objectives for assigned students.
Utilizes appropriate communication skills with a commitment to literacy development in each student.
Serves as a Student Advocate for assigned students.
Coordinates effectively with other service staff in providing student instruction, supporting school reform efforts, strategic planning, and positively contributing to co-curricular activities.
Positively serves as a team member in the School for the Deaf, and of the Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind (CSDB) as a whole; and participates in regular team and departmental meetings, school and instructional meetings as required.
Provides parent consultation; participates in selected parent-focused activities, etc.
Participates in activities related to professional development and training/workshops as appropriate.
Performs other appropriate duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications, Substitutions, Conditions of Employment & Appeal Rights QUALIFICATIONS:
Master's Degree in Education or closely related field from an accredited college or university, with specialization in Deaf Education.
Must hold or be eligible for appropriate educator licensure in the State of Colorado, endorsed as a Special Education Specialist: Deaf/Hard-of-Hearing, or comparable endorsement.
Subject area endorsement or specialization (appropriate to teaching assignment).
Experience teaching / working with children (in an educational environment) who are Deaf / hard-of-hearing.
Proficiency in American Sign Language (ASL) at the Advanced skill level as demonstrated through an appropriate assessment tool and according to school policy. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES:
Knowledge of and ability to apply current standards-based educational practices associated with students who are Deaf / hard-of-hearing.
Knowledge of and ability to assess and apply technology to perform the requirements of the position; ability to effectively utilize a variety of computer software applications, which may include but is not limited to e-mail, Internet, word processing, electronic calendar, presentation development, spreadsheet, database, etc.; willingness to stay current and develop skills as needed with or without direct support from CSDB.
Knowledge of and ability to effectively adapt and apply teaching skills, classroom management and lesson preparation to a technology rich environment, which may include but is not limited to on-site classroom, telepresence, and multiple distance education technologies and delivery modes; ability to effectively implement technology necessary to model, teach, and assist students relative to classroom instruction and activities.
Ability to establish high standards for what students must know and be able to do.
Ability to communicate effectively with students who are Deaf / hard-of-hearing.
Ability to respond effectively and positively to feedback.
Ability to work cooperatively with others and participate effectively in a team setting.
Strong, positive interpersonal skills. TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:
Full-time; scheduled to work the standard number of days in the academic year (as per established School Calendar, currently 195 days, August to June).
The annual base salary shall be established pursuant to the Teacher Salary Schedule, and based upon appropriate education and experience. Excellent benefits.
Employment is at-will, with no actual, expressed or implied contract. CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
Selected applicants must verify experience / highest degree held.
Direct deposit of paycheck is required.
CSDB is a non-smoking facility in its entirety.
Selected applicant must comply with the Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind Drug-Free Workplace Policy, and other policies.
As required by the Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA), selected applicant must verify, within 72 hours of employment, his/her legal right to be employed in the United States.
Selected applicant(s) will be required to submit to and pass a background check, to include Colorado and Federal criminal history checks, "Trails" check (child abuse records), employment verification, and professional/personal reference checks. Supplemental Information CSDB is accepting applications for vacancies for Teacher of the Deaf for the 2018-2019 school year. Applications are accepted on an on-going basis for vacancies in all instructional areas, including but not limited to all core content areas: Elementary Education (Early Childhood Education); English/Language Arts; Science; Mathematics; Social Studies How To Apply: In addition to the submission of a complete on-line application (to include salary history and references), please upload the items listed below to your on-line application: Letter of Interest Current Resume Recent Letters of Recommendation, with signature Copies of All Transcripts Copy of Educator Certification CSDB is an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER The Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind and its Board are committed to providing a safe learning and work environment where all members of the school community are treated with dignity and respect. CSDB does not discriminate on the basis of disability, race, color, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, religion, age, or veteran status. Accordingly, no otherwise qualified student, employee, applicant for employment or member of the public shall be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to unlawful discrimination, harassment, or unwelcome behavior under any CSDB program or activity on the basis of disability, race, color, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, religion, age, or veteran status. The following persons are designated to handle inquiries regarding this policy: Chelle Lutz, Human Resources Manager (employee complaints) /Jon Vigne, Director of Special Education (student/parent/public complaints) at CSDB, 33 N. Institute Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80903 (Phone: 719-578-2100 / Fax: 719-578-2239). *Nondiscrimination in relation to genetic information is applicable to employment only.
Teacher Of The Deaf II
Teacherof the Deaf II
Discover VanderbiltUniversity Medical Center: Located in Nashville, Tennessee, and operating at a global crossroads of teaching, discovery and patient care, VUMC is a community of individuals who come to work each day with the simple aim of changing the world. It is a place where your expertise will be valued, your knowledge expanded and your abilities challenged. It is a place where your diversity — of culture, thinking, learning and leading — is sought and celebrated. It is a place where employees know they are part of something that is bigger than themselves, take exceptional pride in their work and never settle for what was good enough yesterday. Vanderbilt’s mission is to advance health and wellness through preeminent programs in patient care, education, and research. Click Here To View The VUMC Promise of Discovery Department/UnitSummary · In the Mama Lere Hearing School @ Vanderbilt, you will work with a staff that includes 7 teachers of the deaf, as well 5 hearing and speech technicians. The department helps SLPs, OTs perform their respective job functions with ease. For additional information, please visit: https://www.vanderbilthealth.com/mamalere/
YOUR ROLE: · Inthis rewarding role as PRN Teacher of the Deaf II, you will be implementinglesson plans the classroom or outreach teacher has designed to supportlistening and spoken language for preschoolers who are deaf or hard ofhearing. Other responsibilities mayinclude collaboration in lesson and activities planning with an awesome school team, and effectiveparent communication.
Completes documentation in a manner consistent withmedical center and department policies. Demonstrates the ability to:
Document and report information consistent withschool-legal policies and professional standards, using languageappropriate to the use of the documentation and the audience/recipients.
Consistently meet standards for timely filing ofdocumentation (i.e., attendance logs turned in daily).
Document to ensure reimbursement of services provided.
Provides educational services in a manner consistentwith compliance requirements, medical center policies, TN Department ofEducation standards, and the department's financial goals. Plan andimplements developmentally appropriate auditory-oral curriculum andactivities according to the child's IFSP/IEP, NAEYC guidelines, TNDepartment of Education standards, Options Standards, and Center policy.Demonstrates the ability to:
Meet child-contact hour standards. Make judiciousdecisions relative to department funds and resources. Prepares unit planswith school team members.
Prepares weekly and daily lesson plans with assignedclassroom team members. Posts unit and lesson plans each time they areupdated. Prepares and distributes classroom newsletter with each unit.
Submits reports necessary for compliance with licensingagencies and agency contracts. Plans activities in advance in order toassure that needed supplies and materials are prepared with assignedclassroom team members.
Modifies lesson plans if the student is not derivingbenefits. Incorporate new information gained, from ongoing dialogue withstudent, family, and student educational team. Plan and coordinate fieldtrips as appropriate to your unit plans. Secure appropriate releases fromfamilies prior to the field trip. Ensure that all equipment used by thechildren as well as the classroom systems is functional. Troubleshootdevices if needed.
Completes educational assessments using appropriatetesting methods and equipment for the student type, diagnosis, andadmissions requirements to the school. Demonstrates the ability to:
Obtain information pertinent to the assessment asneeded for the IEP/IFSP. Administer and score formal and informal testsand assessments for each grading period or as stipulated on the IEP/IFSP.
Analyze and interpret the test and assessment results.Report findings to the student, family, school system, and other membersof the student educational team in a timely manner and consistent withFERPA standards.
Evaluate and incorporate research findings into theassessment and educational plan for each student. Develop teacher madetests, as needed, to document progress made on the IEP/IFSP.
Formulates IEP/IFSP goals to address deficits,student/family areas of concerns, and other members of the studenteducational team concerns. Demonstrates the ability to:
Write functional and measurable IEP/IFSP goals andobjectives based upon the results of the assessment and input from thestudent educational team and family. These goals need to be in thefollowing domains: auditory, speech, language, cognition, social skills,self-help, motor, and any others determined to be appropriate.
Identify and recommend additional/alternative serviceswhen appropriate.
Develop goals consistent with the family's goals andresources.
Apply evidence based practices in the educationalsetting.
Maintains a clean, safe, orderly classroom environmentwhich contributes to the physical, emotional, social, and cognitive growthof children. (Per NAEYC, JACHO, OSHA, Risk Management, and Centerpolicies). Demonstrates the ability to:
Monitors classroom and playground for cleanliness andsafety. Cleans classrooms according to established policies. Complies with
Center cleaning and sanitizing procedures. Limits excessive clutter inclassroom.
Arrives punctually for work in order to maintainappropriate adult-child ratios. Facilitates discussions with childrenthroughout the day in order to enhance language development. Monitors toneand volume of own voice to ensure respectful interactions with children,parents, and co-workers. Assures that children are supervised at alltimes. Monitors clean-up times and transitions in order to assure thesafety and security of all children.
Positions self in classroom and on playground in orderto interact with and guide children. Provide basic care for children suchas feeding, personal hygiene, snack/lunch, rest/nap time, and medicalneeds. Classrooms should be set-up to reflect the current themes andcenters should be organized to meet state standards and children's needs.
Required: · Bachelor’s Degree · TN Dept of Education Professional Teaching License w/Certification in the area of Deaf & Hard of Hearing Preferred: · 3-5 years’ experience teaching in early childhood or ealy intervention programs
Position Shift: · 7:30AM – 4:30PM, Monday-Friday
VUMC RecentAccomplishments Because we are committed to providing the best in patient care, education and research, we are proud of our recent accomplishments: · US News & World Report: #1 Hospital in Tennessee, #1 Health Care Provider in Nashville, #1 Audiology ( Bill Wilkerson Center at http://www.vanderbilthealth.com/billwilkerson/ ), 12 adult and 10 pediatric clinical specialties ranked among the nation's best, #15 Education and Training ·
Truven Health Analytics: among the top 50 cardiovascular hospitals in the U.S. · Becker's Hospital Review: one of the "100 Greatest Hospitals in America" ·
The Leapfrog Group: grade "A" in Hospital Safety Score ·
National Institutes of Health: among the top 10 grant awardees for medical research in the US ·
Magnet Recognition Program: Vanderbilt nurses are the only group honored in Middle Tennessee ·
Nashville Business Journal: Middle Tennessee's healthiest employer ·
American Hospital Association: among the 100 "Most Wired" medical systems in the US Download the Vanderbilt University Medical Center Facts 2016-2017 at http://prd-medweb-cdn.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/patientandvisitorinfo/files/1038-2828-VUMC-Factbook-2016-MK-PAGES-opt.pdf to learn more about our services and facilities. *CA Physical Requirements/Strengths needed & Physical Demands:
Occasional: Sitting: Remaining in seated position
Occasional: Standing: Remaining on one's feet without moving.
Occasional: Walking: Moving about on foot.
Occasional: Lifting under 35 lbs: Raising and lowering objects under 35 lbs from one level to another
Occasional: Push/Pull: Exerting force to move objects away from or toward.
Occasional: Bending/Stooping: Trunk bending downward and forward by bending spine at waist requiring full use of lower extremities and back muscles
Occasional: Reaching below shoulders: Extending arms in any direction below shoulders.
Occasional: Handling: Seizing, holding, grasping, turning or otherwise working with hand or hands.
Occasional: Vision: Clarity of near vision at 20 inches or less and far vision at 20 feet or more with depth perception, peripheral vision, color vision.
Frequent: Noise: May include exposure to occupational noise levels which equal or exceed an 8-hr time-weighted average of 85 decibels, requiring enrollment in VUMC's Hearing Conservation Program which includes training, use of hearing protection, and periodic audiometry.
Continuous: Communication: Expressing or exchanging written/verbal/electronic information.
JobProfessional and Managerial
Organization:Mama Lere Hearing School 104783
Title:Teacher of the Deaf II
Location:TN-Nashville-Medical Center East (MCE) - South Tower
Teacher Of The Deaf & Hearing Impaired
- Provides individual and small group instruction designed to meet the individual needs of pupils.
- Develops and uses instructional materials suitable for instruction of pupils with a wide range of mental, physical and emotional maturities.
- Assists regular education teachers in planning and coordinating appropriate activities for the deaf and hearing impaired students.
- Communicates regularly with parents by means of written communication and individual parent conferences.
- Selects and requisitions books, instructional aids and instructional supplies.
3 days per week - to be determined
At Ulster BOCES, our mission is to provide high quality shared educational, administrative, and technical services that will enable component school districts to develop the capacity of their students and adults to achieve higher standards of performance. With an emphasis on economic efficiencies, Ulster BOCES is committed to offering educational programs that enable all students to prepare for employment and/or post-secondary education.
The Ulster County Board of Cooperative Education Services is an educational agency serving eight component school districts. They are: Ellenville Central School District • Highland Central School District • Kingston City Schools Consolidated • New Paltz Central School District • Onteora Central School District • Rondout Valley Central School District • Saugerties Central School District • Wallkill Central School District
Generous health insurance, dental and vision benefits. Paid time off. New York state retirement system membership and 403(b) tax-sheltered annuities plan. Flexible spending plan, disability benefits, employee assistance program and tuition reimbursement.
Equal Opportunity Employer
The Board of Cooperative Educational Services, Sole Supervisory District of Ulster County (the “District”), complies with all applicable federal and state laws regarding nondiscrimination. The District operates all educational programs and activities in compliance with federal laws which prohibit discrimination based on age, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, disability, marital status, veteran status, national origin or race. Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (20 U.S.C. Section 1681, et seq.), among other bases, prohibits public school districts from discrimination against students on the basis of sex. The prohibition against sex discrimination covers sexual harassment, including sexual violence. All inquiries or complaints concerning any form of discrimination may be referred to the District's Compliance Officer, Dr. Laurie Cassel, 175 Route 32 North, New Paltz, New York, 12561 ~ email@example.com ~ (845) 255-1400 or to the Office of Civil Rights of the United States Department of Education.
Child Care Counselor 1 (42%) - Wisconsin School For The Deaf
The Department of Public Instruction is currently filling a 42% school year Child Care Counselor 1 position located at the Wisconsin School for the Deaf (WSD), 309 West Walworth Avenue, Delavan.
Design, implement, reinforce instructional/behavioral management goals and objectives in daily living skills for deaf/disabled children in a residential setting. Work with children to develop interpersonal skills, study habits, leisure and recreation skills in the after school hours.
Assist and supervisor students in a structured and non-structured setting. Maintain a healthy, safe, secure environment. Provide supervised transport of students on airplanes, buses or drive them in state owned vehicles as required.
Special Notes: A valid driver's license is required upon appointment. Must be able to chaperone students in airplanes. This includes having the ability to verbally communicate effectively and understand directives from the pilot and reply in spoken English from any area of the aircraft while in flight in both emergencies and normal air travel. This position also requires a fluency rating on the American Sign Language proficiency Interview (ASLPI) assessment of at least 2 upon hire and 2+ upon completion of probation.
How To Apply: Please send an Application for State Employment, a cover letter and resume detailing your experience working with children in a daycare, residential treatment center, or school setting. You must also send completed application materials to:
Department of Public Instruction; Human Resource Services; 125 South Webster Street; PO Box 7841; Madison, WI 53707-7841. Applications will be accepted until the needs of the department are met. The next review date to apply for this re-announcement is February 5, 2018.
The most qualified applicants will be invited to participate in the next step of the selection process. Questions may be directed to Ginny Maly at (608) 266-3082 or by email at: Virginia.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Permanent classified state employees who are eligible for consideration as a transfer or voluntary demotion or former permanent classified employees should send a cover letter and resume to apply. Be sure to omit any references to political affiliations and identifying information such as social security number, ethnicity, gender, photos, etc. and any other non-job related information from your application materials. County(ies): Walworth
Type of Employment:* Part Time (less than 40 hrs/week)
Salary:* This position is in pay schedule 06, pay range 10. Pay upon transfer, demotion or reinstatement is based on the compensation rules applicable to the transaction.
Minimum starting salary $13.11 per hour. A twelve-month probationary period is required. Contact: Ginny Maly, Human Resources Assistant-Advanced, 608-266-3082, email@example.com
Bargaining Unit:* Non-Represented
Area of Competition:* Open
Deadline to Apply:* Open Applications will be accepted until the needs of the department are met. The next review date to apply for this position is February 5, 2018. Assessment Information: See "How to Apply" below. Classification Title: / JAC: CHILD CARE COUNSELOR 1 17-02402 Job Working Title: Child Care Counselor WSD (.42)
Assistant Professor In Special Education Deaf Education
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IN SPECIAL EDUCATION--DEAF EDUCATION BOOKMARK THIS POSTING - PRINT PREVIEW - APPLY FOR THIS JOBPOSTING DETAILSPOSITION INFORMATION POSITION TITLE Assistant Professor in Special Education--Deaf Education ADDITIONAL INFORMATION The Department of Special Education at Ball State University invites applications for a full-time tenure track Assistant Professor in Special Education Deaf Education with a desired start date of August 17, 2018. Primary responsibilities include teaching courses related to deaf education, providing program oversight and coordination, engaging in scholarly activities including research, program evaluation, grant writing, service on university committees, and serving on doctoral committees.
The Department of Special Education has the only Deaf Education Program in the State of Indiana. The department also includes undergraduate programs in high incidence and low incidence disabilities, applied behavior analysis, autism, and early childhood special education. APPOINTMENT TYPE Tenure-track LENGTH OF APPOINTMENT FT Academic Year DESCRIPTION The Department of Special Education has a full-time tenure track faculty position available August 2018.
The faculty member assigned to this position will assist in teaching and related programming activities in Special Education: Deaf and Hard of Hearing; supervising practicum students and student teaching; advising students; providing program oversight and coordination; and conducting research. Salary and benefits package.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS A.
Earned doctorate B. Minimum of three years of public school teaching experience with students who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing.
C. Fluency in American Sign Language (ASL). D. Record of or potential for scholarly activities commensurate with rank. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS A.
Earned doctorate with emphasis in special education B. Additional years of teaching experience in public and/or private schools serving students who are Deaf C. Experience with on-line or blended teaching D.
Evidence of scholarly productivity including published articles, books, professional presentations, and related activities commensurate with rank E. Experience using innovative emerging media technologies in special education F. Experience teaching ASL CERTIFICATIONS/LICENSURES PRE-EMPLOYMENT SCREENING Requires successful completion of a background check.
POSITIONS SUPERVISED Students and Grad Assistants EEO STATEMENT Ball State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer that is strongly and actively committed to diversity within its community. Women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and protected veterans are strongly encouraged to apply. All qualified applicants will receive equal consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, protected veteran status or any other legally protected status.EEO/AA Employer/Veterans/Disabled.
ABOUT BALL STATE UNIVERSITY Ball State University is located in Muncie, Indiana, on an attractive campus 45 miles northeast of Indianapolis. Approximately 22,000 graduate and undergraduate students enroll in one of 10 academic colleges that offer 190 undergraduate programs. We offer more than 140 master s, doctoral, certificate, and specialist degrees, with many of them ranking among the best in the nation.
Ball State aspires to be the model of the most student-centered and community-engaged of the 21st century public research universities, transforming entrepreneurial learners into impactful leaders committed to improving the quality of life for all. DEPARTMENT Special Education:800090 DEPARTMENT INFORMATIONPOSTING DETAIL INFORMATION POSTING NUMBER 201500199F NUMBER OF VACANCIES
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