Deaf and Hard of Hearing Teacher (DHH) Position (Part-Time) - Albany, NY

  • Job Location: 

    Albany, NY

  • Category: 

    Schools - Teacher of the Deaf / Hard of Hearing

  • Type: 

    Contract

  • Last Updated: 

    11/21/2017

Deaf and Hard of Hearing Teacher (DHH) Position (Part-Time) - Albany, NY

We are seeking a licensed and qualified teacher of the deaf to work with students for the upcoming school year. This is a part-time assignment for the new school year. This position is located south of the Albany area. New graduates eligible for license in the state of New York will be accepted.

Job Details:

 

  • 12 Hours Per Week
  • Flexible Schedule – Create Your Own
  • 8 Student Caseload
  • K -12th Grade Students
  • Multiple Nearby Locations

 

 Job Qualifications:

 

  • Degree in related field
  • Licensure/ Certification with Deaf Credentials
  • Passing Background/Drug Screening

For additional inquiries regarding position details and benefits (medical, dental, vision, 401K, etc.), please direct all questions to Andy Sayavong via phone at (770) 776-2064 or by Email: Ansun.Sayavong@ProCareTherapy.com with an attached resume for interested candidates.

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