Educational Consultant - Hearing Impaired
- Full Time
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The essential functions for the Educational Consultant - Hearing Impaired:
1. Participate in continuous learning of hearing instructional practices and implementation of new knowledge to meet the needs of both hearing impaired students and their families. This includes collaborate with teachers to provide continuity and consistency between the general education curriculum and the curriculum used for the deaf and hard of hearing programs.
2. Plan and execute successful integration of individual deaf and hard of hearing students into general education classrooms and handle integration problems through work with teachers of the deaf and hard of hearing, administrators, and LEA/AEA staff.
3. Provide resources on the latest methods and practices being used with deaf and hard of hearing students for classroom teachers and administrators.
4. Participate in state committees, as appropriate, in order to communicate and implement new knowledge
Persons wishing to be considered should submit an application package that includes:
· A detailed letter stating personal qualifications, experience and reasons for interest in the position
· A current resume
· A list of three professional references who may be contacted at the interview stage (include names, titles, addresses, and day time telephone numbers)
· College or University transcripts
The applicant is responsible for having relevant materials forwarded; all materials received will be acknowledged and treated confidentially. The applicant will be screened by members of the search committee and selected candidates will be interviewed.
The successful candidate for an Educational Consultant – Hearing Impaired:
Bachelor’s Degree in Deaf Education and a Master’s Degree in Education.
Iowa education endorsement for consultant endorsement (0-21).
Four years of experience in teaching or educational programming of deaf and hard of hearing children.
Bettendorf, Clinton and Muscatine IA USDawn Meierdmeier@aea9.k12.ia.us 563-344-6411