Teacher for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing needed for 1 day a week | Virtual

Princeton, KY Schools - Teacher of the Deaf / Hard of Hearing - Telehealth 05/22 Quick Apply

Kentucky DHH Teacher Job - Part-time

Working from home in schools can open doors you’ve never considered —you can balance work and life with ease; you’ll be able to expand your options for new openings; you’ll be able to utilize the VocoVision platform that gives you exclusive access to our extensive collection of assessments, interactive games, and other clinically curated activities. You’re able to help students across the country while being supported by the best teletherapy solution for schools nationwide. We have remote Teaching openings based in Kentucky for full-time, part-time, and summer hours.

Job Type:

  • 8 hours/week
  • Providing services via zoom
  • Adapting material 
  • 1:1 Kindergarten

VocoVision Virtual DHH Teachers:

  • Must be Kentucky licensed Teacher for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
    • Have a completed Master's Degree program in DHH Teaching
  • Are fluent in ASL
  • Have at least 2 years of recent classroom experience
  • Enjoy the flexibility of independent contracting and 100% Work-from-home positions
  • Are equally compensated for direct and indirect services
  • Have unbridled access to a full developed, established Teletherapy platform via VocoVision 
  • Get to utilize Clinical and Technology management team throughout assignments
  • Works with parents/guardians to develop and provide an appropriate Special Education Program to eligible students with disabilities
  • Demonstrate prompt and regular attendance
  • Complete designated follow-up procedure for students referred for special education service
  • Develop, implement, monitor, and review the Individual Education Program (IEP) of each student on the caseload, at least annually
  • Compiles, maintains, and submits all required records
  • Provides educational services according to the guidelines of the program and through the established delivery model for service
  • Use special methodology for instruction, according to the population needs (for example: ASL, SEE, TC, Auditory/Oral communication strategies)
  • Assure all due process procedural safeguards are afforded to students and their parents/guardians
    Use carefully designed behavior management strategies, as indicated
  • Administer, on an on-going basis, evaluations of student progress toward mastery of established goals and objectives
  • Serve as a resource to the general education teachers who teach students served in the general education setting
  • Maintain prompt and professional communication with parents
  • Perform other duties as assigned by appropriate administrator

To be considered for this position, please contact Rachael Nintzel at (678) 748-5316. Please send a copy of your resume with 3 professional references to: [email protected]

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