Public School Partnerships
Sign on Bonus- $1,500
Housing resources available
Relocation costs may be covered
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Public School Partnerships (PSP) Teachers of the Deaf (TOD) address specific needs of students with hearing loss and hearing technology in mainstream public school settings. PSP TODs provide support systems for monitoring academic and developmental progress in their mainstreamed placements
FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- PSP consultants travel to public schools in the state of Massachusetts to provide academic support for children who are deaf and/or hard of hearing Create appropriate academic recommendations based on classroom and student observations.
- Present in-services to help school-based professionals understand the implication of hearing loss on accessing the curriculum.
- Provide curriculum support and modification expertise through spoken English.
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 Master’s Degree, 6 or more years of experience in a deaf education setting and MA Teacher Certification in Deaf Education, Special Education or Teacher of Speech and Hearing Impaired
• Other Certifications may be considered, given the applicant’s background and experience
• ASL fluency preferred, willingness to learn required
• Excellent customer service skills and communication skills
• Ability to keep company and client information confidential
• Highly organized and detail oriented
• Ability to work both collaboratively and independently
Teachers will adhere to the Code of Ethics as identified by the Council of Exceptional Children.