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Teacher, Deaf and Hard of Hearing-Special Education/Student Programs and Services **Itinerant** *Mid Riverside County*

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8/28/2018
Sasha Navarette
951-826-6866
2
185 days/11 months
Full Time
Until Filled
$50,266 - $99,925 annually (Plus 4% Stipend for Clear Special Education Credential)
Date Posted: 8/28/2018 Application Deadline: Until Filled
Employment Type: Full Time Length of Work Year: 185 days/11 months
Salary: $50,266 - $99,925 annually (Plus 4% Stipend for Clear Special Education Credential) Number Openings: (At time of posting) 2
Contact: Sasha Navarette
Email: snavarette@rcoe.us
Phone: 951-826-6866
Mid Riverside County
Special Education
Student Programs and Services
M-F 8hrs/Day; 40hrs/Week
Location: Mid Riverside County
Department: Special Education
Division: Student Programs and Services
Hours: M-F 8hrs/Day; 40hrs/Week

Requirements for Applying

POSITION DESCRIPTION: The purpose of the Teacher, Deaf and Hard of Hearing, is to improve students’ success in academics by addressing the unique needs of a Deaf or Hard of Hearing student by providing services in areas such as self-advocacy, auditory skills, pragmatic language social skills, equipment monitoring and listening tests to assist the student in having access to the district approved curriculum. Documenting teaching and student progress/activities, and outcomes; addressing students’ individual needs; providing a safe and optimal learning environment; and providing feedback to students, parents, and administration regarding student progress, expectations, goals, etc. Please see job description for a list of job functions and minimum qualifications. The following documents must be attached to your Ed-Join application prior to the position closing date/time: •Two (2) Letters of Reference/Recommendation (Must be dated within the last 2 years of the position closing date) •Letter of Introduction (Must specifically reference the position for which you have applied) •Current Resume •Valid California Teaching Credential authorizing instruction in a deaf and hard of hearing program •Completion of Target Success Teacher Sketch (link provided on page after submission of application) ***TO BE CONSIDERED, ALL APPLICANTS ARE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE THE TARGET SUCCESS TEACHER SKETCH SURVEY BEFORE DEADLINE DATE. TEACHER SKETCH INFORMATION WILL BE EMAILED ONCE APPLICATION HAS BEEN SUBMITTED. The following documents are required upon hire: Valid CA Driver's License, Fingerprint Clearance, TB Clearance, Bachelor's Degree.

EXPERIENCE: Experience relevant to the duties set forth in the Teacher, CH/Deaf and Hard of Hearing job description will be considered when making the selection decision. EDUCATION: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college/university is required; master’s degree desirable. CREDENTIALS/CERTIFICATES/LICENSES: Possession of a valid California Teaching Credential authorizing instruction in a deaf and hard of hearing program. English Learner certification also required. Applicants who are applying for a valid credential or have not utilized their credentials within the last 39 months of employment in a school district must show verification of passage of the California basic Education Skills Test (CBEST). Successful candidates will be NCLB compliant at the secondary level in Math, Science, English, and Social Science or become compliant within one year of employment. You must provide evidence of qualifying for this credential with your application materials. *********************************************************************** RECRUITMENT PROCESS *********************************************************************** PLEASE BE AWARE OF THE FOLLOWING: Once this position closes, your application will be screened for minimum qualifications. Incomplete applications WILL NOT be considered if the required materials are not attached or completed by the closing date/time. If you have not attached the required materials, please update your applicant profile; go to EdJoin.org to attach documents relevant to this position. If you experience difficulties with your application or attaching documents, you must notify Personnel Services at (951) 826-6666 prior to the position closing. All incomplete applications will be removed from further consideration.

  • Credential Copy (Valid California Teaching Credential authorizing instruction in a deaf and hard of hearing program)
  • Letter of Introduction (Must specifically reference the position for which you have applied to)
  • Letter(s) of Recommendation (Must attach 2 letters of employment recommendation that are dated within the last two years of the position closing date)
  • Resume (Current Resume )

Requirements for Applying

POSITION DESCRIPTION: The purpose of the Teacher, Deaf and Hard of Hearing, is to improve students’ success in academics by addressing the unique needs of a Deaf or Hard of Hearing student by providing services in areas such as self-advocacy, auditory skills, pragmatic language social skills, equipment monitoring and listening tests to assist the student in having access to the district approved curriculum. Documenting teaching and student progress/activities, and outcomes; addressing students’ individual needs; providing a safe and optimal learning environment; and providing feedback to students, parents, and administration regarding student progress, expectations, goals, etc. Please see job description for a list of job functions and minimum qualifications. The following documents must be attached to your Ed-Join application prior to the position closing date/time: •Two (2) Letters of Reference/Recommendation (Must be dated within the last 2 years of the position closing date) •Letter of Introduction (Must specifically reference the position for which you have applied) •Current Resume •Valid California Teaching Credential authorizing instruction in a deaf and hard of hearing program •Completion of Target Success Teacher Sketch (link provided on page after submission of application) ***TO BE CONSIDERED, ALL APPLICANTS ARE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE THE TARGET SUCCESS TEACHER SKETCH SURVEY BEFORE DEADLINE DATE. TEACHER SKETCH INFORMATION WILL BE EMAILED ONCE APPLICATION HAS BEEN SUBMITTED. The following documents are required upon hire: Valid CA Driver's License, Fingerprint Clearance, TB Clearance, Bachelor's Degree.

EXPERIENCE: Experience relevant to the duties set forth in the Teacher, CH/Deaf and Hard of Hearing job description will be considered when making the selection decision. EDUCATION: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college/university is required; master’s degree desirable. CREDENTIALS/CERTIFICATES/LICENSES: Possession of a valid California Teaching Credential authorizing instruction in a deaf and hard of hearing program. English Learner certification also required. Applicants who are applying for a valid credential or have not utilized their credentials within the last 39 months of employment in a school district must show verification of passage of the California basic Education Skills Test (CBEST). Successful candidates will be NCLB compliant at the secondary level in Math, Science, English, and Social Science or become compliant within one year of employment. You must provide evidence of qualifying for this credential with your application materials. *********************************************************************** RECRUITMENT PROCESS *********************************************************************** PLEASE BE AWARE OF THE FOLLOWING: Once this position closes, your application will be screened for minimum qualifications. Incomplete applications WILL NOT be considered if the required materials are not attached or completed by the closing date/time. If you have not attached the required materials, please update your applicant profile; go to EdJoin.org to attach documents relevant to this position. If you experience difficulties with your application or attaching documents, you must notify Personnel Services at (951) 826-6666 prior to the position closing. All incomplete applications will be removed from further consideration.

  • Credential Copy (Valid California Teaching Credential authorizing instruction in a deaf and hard of hearing program)
  • Letter of Introduction (Must specifically reference the position for which you have applied to)
  • Letter(s) of Recommendation (Must attach 2 letters of employment recommendation that are dated within the last two years of the position closing date)
  • Resume (Current Resume )

    Application Procedure: The applicant is responsible for assuring that the Riverside County Office of Education personnel office receives the online submission of their application before the deadline date. Applicants must be sure they are submitting a complete application packet with all required documents. Incomplete application packets WILL NOT be considered if the required materials are not attached or completed by the closing date/time. For your convenience, you can access the Internet application site from any location. For further questions or concerns please visit our website at www.rcoe.us or contact Personnel Services, Riverside County Office of Education, 3958 Twelfth Street, Riverside, CA 92501, (951) 826-6666. Selection Process: Applications will be screened for satisfaction of minimum qualification standards. Those applicants evidencing the best qualifications will be invited for a panel interview evaluation. The interview panel will provide the division head with the top candidates for final selection. All candidates will be notified via e-mail following final selection. Fringe Benefits: All regular positions (20 hours or more per week) are eligible for health, dental, vision, life and disability insurance up to the cap amount. This organization is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, creed, age, gender, or disability. This organization complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Persons who may need some accommodation in the hiring process should contact the personnel office. This organization is a drug-free and tobacco-free workplace. Candidates shall be required to submit proof of U.S. citizenship or legal U.S. residence if hired. Minimum age limit is (a) 18 or (b) 16 with either a work permit, high school diploma, or High School Certificate of Proficiency. ***Important*** Many districts communicate with applicants mainly by email. Your email provider may recognize these emails as spam and place them in your junk mail or spam folder. Watch for these emails and adjust your spam filter accordingly. Please check your emails often for further recruitment correspondence. Ed-Join Jobseeker Help Desk 1(888) 900-8945.

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    Application Deadline: Until Filled

    Application Procedure: The applicant is responsible for assuring that the Riverside County Office of Education personnel office receives the online submission of their application before the deadline date. Applicants must be sure they are submitting a complete application packet with all required documents. Incomplete application packets WILL NOT be considered if the required materials are not attached or completed by the closing date/time. For your convenience, you can access the Internet application site from any location. For further questions or concerns please visit our website at www.rcoe.us or contact Personnel Services, Riverside County Office of Education, 3958 Twelfth Street, Riverside, CA 92501, (951) 826-6666. Selection Process: Applications will be screened for satisfaction of minimum qualification standards. Those applicants evidencing the best qualifications will be invited for a panel interview evaluation. The interview panel will provide the division head with the top candidates for final selection. All candidates will be notified via e-mail following final selection. Fringe Benefits: All regular positions (20 hours or more per week) are eligible for health, dental, vision, life and disability insurance up to the cap amount. This organization is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, creed, age, gender, or disability. This organization complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Persons who may need some accommodation in the hiring process should contact the personnel office. This organization is a drug-free and tobacco-free workplace. Candidates shall be required to submit proof of U.S. citizenship or legal U.S. residence if hired. Minimum age limit is (a) 18 or (b) 16 with either a work permit, high school diploma, or High School Certificate of Proficiency. ***Important*** Many districts communicate with applicants mainly by email. Your email provider may recognize these emails as spam and place them in your junk mail or spam folder. Watch for these emails and adjust your spam filter accordingly. Please check your emails often for further recruitment correspondence. Ed-Join Jobseeker Help Desk 1(888) 900-8945.

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