Classroom Teaching Assistant
Located in Beverly, Massachusetts, CCCBSD is a school for Deaf and Hearing children ages 3 to 22 with unique developmental, physical, and communication needs. The Beverly School for the Deaf (BSD) Program provides comprehensive educational and therapeutic programming to Deaf/HH students with and without special developmental challenges. Our 204 day program maintains a low student to teacher ratio of 4:2. With electronic whiteboards and iPad technology in each classroom, students access instruction across a number of modalities including: American Sign Language - ASL (bi/bi), oral language, technology and various AAC tools. Professional development groups meet weekly to support the learning needs of students and the instructional needs of faculty.
The Beverly School for the Deaf Program continues to grow!
We are seeking additional classroom faculty with exceptional instructional and communication skills. We are currently recruiting for two full-time, classroom teaching assistants with strong skills in American Sign Language (ASL) to start the 2020-2021 school year. Our 206 day position supports Deaf students with developmental, physical, and communication challenges across their school day. A typical classroom supports 4-5 students in a highly supportive faculty model. Teaching Assistants are responsible for direct academic and therapeutic instruction, data collection, and communication (ASL) development. Candidate must have a high comfort level with special needs Deaf children, instructional technology and implementing a range of language and academic tools.
This full-time (37.5 hrs), benefited position offers regular professional development, opportunities for growth, and a team settings. Tuition reimbursement and onsite experts make our campus a wonderful place to grow your skills toward becoming a teacher or interpreter. Must be team-oriented and have experience working in a school or with Deaf adults. Salary position ranging from $19 to $26/hour - depending on qualifications and experience.
If you are a highly qualified applicant looking for growth and professional opportunity contact us today. ASL fluency is required for this position. This is an excellent opportunity for aspiring ASL interpreters or future teachers of the deaf. Deaf/HH candidates are encouraged to apply.
Email resume and cover letter to Executive Director, Dr. Mark Carlson - email@example.com
Posting ID: 570943110Posted: 2020-09-18