Teacher of the Deaf Job Responsibilities

Virtual Deaf and Hard of Hearing teacher jobs demand similar requirements as those in a physical setting. The primary obligation is ensuring academic and vocational success for your students with hearing impairments and loss. Other responsibilities may include:

  • Strengthening Students’ Social-Emotional Learning Skills
  • Collaborating with Parents, Administrators, and Other Service Providers
  • Providing High-quality Virtual Instruction to Students
  • Participating in IEP Meetings and Developing Goals
  • Utilizing Assistive Technology to Facilitate Student Learning
  • Demonstrating Knowledge of ASL, Cochlear Implants, and Hearing Aids
  • Providing Guidance to School Personnel

You are the primary provider of instruction, as well as holistic support, for students who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing. As a crucial member of the school team, the expectation is that you will advocate for your DHH students.

Teacher of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Job Requirements

Besides a bachelor’s degree in Education or a similar field, many Deaf and Hard of Hearing teachers obtain their Master’s degree. The state where you will be teaching will also require the appropriate license.

You can fully commit to the academic, social-emotional, and vocational success of your students with hearing loss while working from the convenience of your own home. VocoVision provides the opportunity you are searching for: a unique, powerful approach to remote teaching combined with a chance to impact students across the country positively. Apply for a teletherapy Deaf and Hard of Hearing teacher job today!

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Washington | .4 TDHH Job | 22-23 School Year

Remote in Seattle, WA Schools - Teacher of the Deaf / Hard of Hearing 27 days ago Quick Apply

Work-from-Home Teacher of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (TDHH) Job with School District in Washington

Here at VocoVision, our remote DHH teachers transfer their extensive skill sets into a virtual learning environment to provide deaf and hard of hearing services to students across the country. Students receive the same level of instruction and teacher-student interaction virtually as they would in a physical setting. DHH teachers at VocoVision and their students have access to an engaging, intuitive platform, setting learners up for success. Teachers can instruct, assess, participate in IEPs, and communicate seamlessly with all stakeholders. The telepractice model can benefit families, school staff, and outside service providers.

I m working with a school district in Washington that is looking for a Teacher of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing for a K-12 caseload for this school year.

Job Requirements:

  • Washington TDHH license
  • 2 years pediatric or school-based experience
  • Self-motivated mindset as this is a completely remote job

Job Details:

  • Attend IEP meetings as needed and complete progress reports
  • Conduct evaluations and assessments to identify students needs
  • Collaborate with teachers that are on site

If you are interested in this remote job and are a licensed Teacher of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing in Washington, please call me at 813-219-1083 to further discuss details.

We are also recruiting Occupational Therapists, Psychologists, and Speech Language Pathologists for this school.

Nicole Cherry
VocoVision Hiring Manager
813-219-1083

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