Teacher of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DHH), CE-09-22 ($5,000.00 Sign on Bonus) Repost - Open Until Filled (Position is for the 2021-2022 school year)

Stanislaus County Office of Education

Stanislaus County, California

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Date Posted July 12, 2021
Industry K-12: Public Schools
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Description:

STANISLAUS COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION
TEACHER OF DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING
STANISLAUS COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION
CLASS TITLE:
Teacher of Deaf and Hard of Hearing

BASIC FUNCTION:

Under the direction of an assigned administrator, organize and manage programs and instruction for deaf and
hard of hearing students to meet proficiency or appropriate differential standards; provide instruction specific to
the disability; facilitate inclusion of students into activities/instruction in general education classrooms.

REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES:
Counsel and communicate with parents relative to education of their children. Counsel and communicate with
parents relative to education of their children. Counsel and communicate with parents relative to education of
their children.
Select, administer and interpret formal and informal assessments.
Participate in the planning of appropriate programs for deaf and hard of hearing students as a member of the
IEP Team.
Participate in the preparation of the IEP and implement written instructional plans for students.
Plan and conduct lessons to implement special and district core curriculum.
Provide instruction specific to students' disabilities including training of students in appropriate communication
modes and methods.
Collaborate with general education teachers to maximize inclusion of students into school and classroom
activities. Collaborate with general education teachers to maximize inclusion of students into school and
classroom activities.
Collaborate with appropriate support personnel to maximize language and communication skills of students.
Provide information/training to people in the educational setting who have limited knowledge of special needs
of deaf and hard of hearing individuals.
Maintain ongoing communications with program personnel that have students being served by this program.
Develop and maintain appropriate files and records.
Perform related duties as assigned.
KNOWLEDGE OF:
Child development.
Unique learning and communication needs of children with significant hearing losses.
Language and communication systems used with deaf and hard of hearing individuals.
ABILITY TO:
Effectively communicate with staff, students, parents, community and school officials.
Assess students educational and communication needs.

Use sign language at appropriate level of students being served.
Relate to a wide variety of professional staff.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Bachelor’s degree.
Successful experience as a teacher of the deaf and hard of hearing students is desirable.
LICENSE & OTHER REQUIREMENTS:
Valid California credential authorizing service as a teacher of the deaf or hard of hearing students.
EL authorization.
Must meet or be willing to participate in employer supported training/education necessary to meet highly
qualified teacher requirements for the assignment.
Pass an employer-paid pre-employment physical/drug screening.
Department of Justice clearance.
Employee must arrange their own transportation. If using their own vehicle in the course of employment, must
provide proof of insurance.
ENVIRONMENT:
Classroom environment.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
Sitting or standing for extended periods of time.
Seeing to read instructional materials, rules and policies and other printed matter.
Dexterity of hands and fingers to perform sign language and fingerspell.
Hearing and speaking to exchange information and make presentations.
Walking over rough and uneven terrain, play yards and school grounds.
Lifting, carrying, pushing and pulling light-medium weighted objects.
Bending at the waist, kneeling or crouching to assist students.

APPROVAL DATES:

September 14, 2001
Revised: July 1, 2013