Per Diem hours
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TLC’s Public School Partnership Program provides support for deaf and hard of hearing students in mainstream public school settings to advance academic and developmental progress.
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Provide consultations to public schools with children who are deaf and hard of hearing.
FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- The Partnership consultants work independently in school districts, within a school-based team environment, with general /special educators and administrators, as well as the student and family under the supervision and mentorship of the program director.
- The Partnership consultants must professionally and accurately represent TLC in all interactions.
- Provide appropriate recommendations based on classroom and student observations.
- Provide in-services to help school-based professionals understand the implication of hearing loss on accessing the curriculum.
- Work with The Partnership deaf educators to identify barriers to accessing the curriculum.
- Maintain compliance with all required documentation.
- Provide technology and aural rehabilitation expertise and training to the team, consistent with current research.
Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice.
• A Degree in Audiology (Masters, AuD), 6 or more years of experience as a pediatric audiologist and licensure from the Board of Registration of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology
• Recommended professional practices for Educational Audiologists
• Other Certifications may be considered, given the applicant’s background and experience
• ASL fluency preferred, willingness to learn required
• Strong Microsoft Office skills and proficient with Mac/Apple computers
• Excellent English and grammar skills
• Ability to work both collaboratively and independently
This position is open until filled.