Deaf/Hard of Hearing Teacher Consultant

Deaf/Hard of Hearing Teacher Consultant

Date Posted: 7/29/2022    
Closing Date: until filled    
Starting Date: 8/23/2022    
Salary Range: $48,268-$88,927 (dependent on degree and experience)
Reports To: Lynette Hodges, Director of Intervention & Prevention Services
Terms: Wages / benefits per NCEA master agreement    
  • Master’s degree, or better, in education or in a related field.
  • Valid Michigan teaching certificate and/or State of Michigan approval to function in the specific discipline area; HII endorsement preferred.
  • At least three years of successful teaching experience.
  • Experience working with students who are deaf/hard of hearing.
  • Experience or training in making accommodations for students who are deaf/hard of hearing.
  • Extensive knowledge of current trends, supports and assistive technologies available and recommended for students who are deaf/hard of hearing, including a variety of FM systems.
  • Extensive knowledge of common behavioral supports to use with students who are deaf/hard of hearing.
  • Possession of solid organizational and planning skills.
  • Ability to work as a member of a team and contribute to the agency vision and goals.
  • Must be able to pass criminal history check.
Essential Functions:

Essential duties shall include, but are not limited to:

  • Participate as a member of the multi-disciplinary evaluation team to assist in the assessment of the educational needs of persons suspected of being deaf/hard of hearing.
  • Assist in the development of an educational program which can be used in the classroom, school building and community, as appropriate.
  • Complete and present a written evaluation report to parents/guardians and local educational agencies within a required timeline.
  • Keep apprised of new materials and methods of instruction and provide academic and behavioral support and modification of instructional materials for classroom teachers and students.
  • Work and communicate effectively with teachers, classroom staff, principals, family members and other support services personnel.
  • Work with other area professionals and educators to facilitate the effective integration of students who are deaf/hard of hearing into educational and community environments.
  • Consult with other personnel including teachers, principals, other ancillary staff, and parents to evaluate program effectiveness. Improve assessment procedures, programs and services for students who are deaf/hard of hearing.
  • Initiate and maintain regular contact with parents regarding student progress, program activities and available community resources.
  • Develop and implement training and ongoing staff development for both general education and special education staff and parents/guardians.
  • Establish and maintain appropriate records, reports, forms, and procedures.
  • Consult with caseload providers and assistants regarding academic, hearing accommodations behavior, and social concerns typically related to students who are deaf/hard of hearing.
  • Consult with parents/caregivers regarding school/home concerns.
  • Social Support consisting of the development of social stories, social skills groups, and community based instruction outings.
  • Coordinate services for the purpose of student staffings.
  • Staff training in the areas of universal strategies, hearing and auditory supports, transition supports, and academic accommodations/modifications.
  • Sensitivity training for school staff members and classroom peers.
  • Classroom observations to aide in the Child Study/Student Intervention process.
  • Act as a resource, if needed, to employees, students and the general public visiting the NC RESA.
  • Possess knowledge of NC RESA’s organization, mission, and philosophy.
  • Perform other duties deemed appropriate by the Director of Intervention & Prevention Services.
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  If you have questions, please contact the NC RESA Human Resources Department at 231.924.8853.