Deaf and Hard of Hearing Teacher (DHHT) - Atlanta, GA

  • Job Location: 

    Atlanta, GA

  • Category: 

    Schools - Teacher of the Deaf / Hard of Hearing

  • Type: 

    Contract

  • Last Updated: 

    09/24/2018

Teacher of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students (18-19) 

ProCare Therapy is seeking a certified Teacher to work in a deaf and hard of hearing classroom. This is a full time position. We are currently arranging interviews for qualified applicants.
 
Requirements:

  • Certified teacher in Georgia (or eligibility) 
  • DHH endorsement
  • Experience working with K-12 students


Responsibilities Include (not limited to):

  • Develop and modify classroom instruction
  • Assess students' abilities and conduct evaluations
  • Participate in the IEP process
  • Collaborate with school team to ensure student support
  • Document progress and student growth
  • Collect data to document student progress toward mastery of IEP goals


We are able to offer great perks with a competitive hourly rate based on experience, relocation/travel assistance, benefits, and this package will be customized.
 
For more information, please submit resume to: 

Ali Pletzer Willems
Sr. Director of Educational Resources

allison.pletzer@procaretherapy.com

 

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