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ASL Connect Content Producer, Department of American Sign Language and Deaf Studies
Audiologist, Department of Hearing, Speech, and Language Sciences
Coordinator, Professional Studies ASL Program, Department of American Sign Language and Deaf Studies
Digital Media Associate, Department of American Sign Language and Deaf Studies
Educational Research Associate, Planning, Development and Dissemination
Evaluation Associate, Planning, Development and Dissemination
Executive Director, Operations, Office of the Provost
Manager, Grounds, Grounds Services
Manager, Operations and Information Technology, Gallaudet Interpreting Service
Operations Support Specialist, Gallaudet Interpreting Service
PeopleSoft Technical Analyst I, Gallaudet Technology Services
Psychologist, Counseling & Psychological Services
Research Administrator, Technology Access Program
Staff Interpreter II, Gallaudet Interpreting Service
Web and Video Communications Specialist, Clerc Center Public Relations & Communications

ASL Connect Content Producer

Department: Department of American Sign Language and Deaf Studies
Job Number: 15040
Date Posted: 6/8/2015
Status: Accepting applications
Plans, coordinates, and manages projects and activities related to ASL Connect Objectives; supports development and conversion of courses and programs to innovative online and other technology-assisted educational venues, utilizing cutting-edge and creative design and course delivery options; coordinates reports, and ensures that tasks are being accomplished according to schedule; oversees script development, talent auditions; and organizes evaluation of ASL Connect project prototypes.
Bachelor's degree in education, ASL, Deaf Studies, or relevant field. A minimum four years of experience in ASL/Deaf Studies instruction, and demonstrated experience with ASL curriculum development. Familiarity with a variety of ASL instructional curricula and materials (with particular focus on Signing Naturally and Master ASL!) and adult learning theories (including second language acquisition, especially of ASL). Knowledge of professional video production procedures, practices, techniques, and terminology. Knowledge of current theories and practices of technology planning and online instructional course development. Ability to manage multiple projects and meet deadlines. Fluency in American Sign Language and written English communication required.
$45,100 to $81,200



Department: Department of Hearing, Speech, and Language Sciences
Job Number: 15061
Date Posted: 10/13/2015
Status: Accepting applications
Provides a professional and full range of diagnostic and rehabilitative audiology services to clients of all ages and varied needs in a university-based clinic; interprets and reports findings to appropriate parties; teaches, trains, and supervises graduate students; establishes an area of clinical expertise in audiology within the division, and serves as a clinical resource in audiology, including the potential for participation and contribution to clinical research activities; and works under direct supervision of the Director of Clinical Services.
Master's degree in audiology. Certificate of Clinical Competency in Audiology (CCC-A) required. A minimum two years of equivalent full-time clinical audiology experience, including fourth year externship. District of Columbia license to practice audiology must be obtained prior to starting the position. ASL fluency or willingness to learn.

Criminal background check to be completed prior to starting the position and must indicate clean records. HIPAA training, bloodborne pathogen/universal precaution training, and CPR training to be completed within 6 months of hire.

$49,000 to $87,900

Coordinator, Professional Studies ASL Program

Department: Department of American Sign Language and Deaf Studies
Job Number: 15087
Date Posted: 11/19/2015
Status: Accepting applications
Coordinates the development and operation of American Sign Language (ASL) courses within the ASL as a Second Language (ASL2) program of the Department of ASL and Deaf Studies; recruits, trains, supervises , and evaluates ASL instructors for fall, spring and summer course offerings; supervises staff members and graduate assistants in support of ASL program administration; works with ASL and Deaf Studies chair, ASL2 program coordinator, and department faculty to ensure integration and consistency with ASL and Deaf Studies Curriculum; oversees the scheduling of ASL courses year round; and seeks to expand outreach programs, services and activities on a regular basis.
Master's degree and a minimum four years of experience in administration, business management, entrepreneurship, program development, and/or management of continuing education programs (Bachelor's degree and a minimum six years of the above-mentioned experience will be considered). Demonstrated planning, organization, and budgeting skills. Experience in management, coordinating and presenting workshops, training activities. Knowledge of state and national organizations, resources, and programs related to ASL. Excellent writing, signing, communication, and interpersonal skills. Demonstrated ability to work with and across University departments, outside constituents and groups. Fluency in ASL required.

$59,800 to $107,600

Digital Media Associate

Department: Department of American Sign Language and Deaf Studies
Job Number: 15026
Date Posted: 3/24/2015
Status: Accepting applications
Plans and facilitates studio and field based video production, including the planning, filming, editing, graphic design and compression output of a wide range of video products in support of online ASL courses and ASL Connect activities; consults on media equipment purchases and oversees maintenance of media equipment; and consults and assists with the design of front-end components of ASL Connect website.

Bachelor's degree in media design, digital media, or a related field. Documented evidence of experience working in the digital media field, including pre-production, production and post-production phases. Demonstrated high standards for the quality and creativity of the end product highly desirable. Fluency in American Sign Language required.

Applicants must submit a portfolio of their work to document evidence of their technical skill, creativity and originality within the digital media field. The portfolio must include at least ten separate projects as demonstration of their experience within the field.

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$35,600 to $64,100


Educational Research Associate

Department: Planning, Development and Dissemination
Job Number: 15056
Date Posted: 9/10/2015
Status: Accepting applications
Designs and conducts measures of the effectiveness of classroom and school-wide practices or interventions, incorporating student data as appropriate; conducts assigned research projects related to Clerc Center's priorities and initiatives with emphasis on the implementation of evidenced-based practices and educationally-related practices for use with deaf or hard of hearing students in classrooms and/or schools; collaborates with researchers and school staff to assure internal and external research proposals or projects are relevant to today's educators; designs and implements educational and action research protocols and instruments appropriate for the intended audience and purpose, including pre-post tests, surveys, interview protocols, and other relevant assessment instruments; and develops materials, presentations, and other dissemination materials that translate current educational trends and research findings into practices for teachers and other school-based personnel that demonstrate the clear connections of research to practice.

Master's degree in education, curriculum and instruction, administration or related field. A minimum five years of teaching experience and/or educational assessment/research experience in the ECE-12 setting with students who are deaf or hard of hearing. Demonstrated ability to apply research to practice within the ECE-12 setting to improve instruction and/or student learning. Extensive experience applying current teaching methodology and evidence-based classroom practices. Demonstrated knowledge of current research practices and trends in educating children who are deaf or hard of hearing; knowledge of available educational research and its relationship to understanding effective teaching practices and pedagogy (e.g., implications of Common Core testing, standardized testing, formative assessments); familiarity with a range of research methods applied in the ECE-12 setting (e.g., checklists, pre-post testing, standardized testing). Experience using Excel and Power Point. Demonstrated ability to manage multiple assignments simultaneously, work independently, and meet critical deadlines. Excellent interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills; demonstrated ability to write clearly and effectively for a wide range of audiences. Ability to converse in high level academic discourse in ASL required at time of hire.


Candidates selected for an interview will be required to provide:

• Samples from original work in which they can demonstrate their ability to connect research (e.g., pedagogy, evidenced-based practices, formative assessment practices, hypothesis testing) to active educational practice. This could be in the form of a lesson plan, copy of presentation or publication, or other work showing the research to practice connection.

$59,800 to $107,600

Evaluation Associate

Department: Planning, Development and Dissemination
Job Number: 15055
Date Posted: 9/9/2015
Status: Accepting applications
Collaborates with program administrators, staff, and external oversight groups to recommend and implement performance measures for national mission and program objectives; develops frameworks for evaluations and performance measures that explicitly link program resources, activities, and outcomes; collaborates with multidisciplinary teams to plan and conduct evaluations of national mission programs and products; communicates results and recommendations to internal and external audiences in ways that facilitate the utilization of evaluation information; effectively manages multiple projects to meet major milestones; establishes effective working relationships within a collaborative, bilingual environment; and establishes and maintains high professional and ethical standards.

Master's degree in program evaluation, educational research, educational psychology, applied social science research or equivalent. A minimum five years of experience in evaluation research. Experience in appropriately applying quantitative and qualitative methods to different types of program evaluation. Experience in developing logic models and results-based performance measurement systems. Working knowledge of relevant legislation (including EDA, NCLB, GPRA) and current education issues such as literacy, transition, and assessment. Demonstrated skill using SPSS, Access, Excel, and Power Point. Demonstrated ability to handle multiple assignments with critical deadlines. Self-starter with excellent interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills. Excellent writing and editing skills. Demonstrated ability to write clearly and effectively. Fluency in American Sign Language highly desired; otherwise, learning and acquiring fluency in ASL will be required.


Candidates selected for an interview will be required to provide samples of their original work demonstrating knowledge and ability to conduct performance measurement and evaluations.

$59,800 to $107,600

Executive Director, Operations

Department: Office of the Provost
Job Number: 15085
Date Posted: 11/18/2015
Status: Accepting applications
Reports directly to the Provost; serves as the Division of Academic Affairs' chief manager to carry out the Division's goals and objectives that provide for exemplary educational programs, research, and services for deaf, hard of hearing, and hearing individuals; responsible for the management of the Division's business operations, including providing overall direction and supervision for the Division's non-faculty human resources, planning, budget and finance (operating and capital), space, and divisional and Provost Office policies and procedures; provides extensive professional consultation and recommendations to the Provost on executive level issues, including strategies to achieve divisional goals and objectives, and assessing organizational effectiveness; provides high level support to the Provost related to planning and preparation for Board of Trustees' meetings, Cabinet meetings, Academic Affairs Management Team meetings, interactions with the President, and program priorities; supervises and provides direction to Provost Office staff; oversees a variety of high-level internal projects; facilitates identification of division-wide impacts of policy changes; exercises a high level of discretion, confidentiality, and initiative in promoting successful Division operations, as well as overall Gallaudet University agendas and activities; has authority to act in the full capacity of the Provost when designated to do so in his/her absence as needed; has full authority in his/her absence to approve expenditures and human resources matters, and make decisions as designated during times of crisis or on matters requiring immediate action; and represents the Provost at University and external meetings and functions as requested and appropriate.
Master's degree with a minimum of eight years of progressively responsible leadership and supervisory experience in a higher education environment (; or a Bachelor's degree with a minimum of ten 10 years of progressively responsible experience in a higher education environment will be considered). Proven executive-level leadership skills, including building and leading cross-functional teams. Demonstrated ability to effectively lead simultaneous, major initiatives from inception to completion. Demonstrated experience in finance, human resources, or organizational development. Thorough knowledge of Gallaudet University's mission, strategic planning and budgeting processes, organizational structure, policies, and procedures. Excellent interpersonal skills. Demonstrated experience working and collaborating with offices and departments across the University with people from diverse backgrounds to cultivate an atmosphere of teamwork. Knowledge of current trends in the field of higher education administration. High degree of independent judgment, initiative, analytical thinking, and problem solving. Exceptional skills in working well with administrators, faculty, staff, across the University as well students, parents, public officials, and the general public. Fluency in American Sign Language required.
$115,900 to $231,800

Manager, Grounds

Department: Grounds Services
Job Number: 15091
Date Posted: 11/24/2015
Status: Accepting applications
Provides leadership to a team of groundskeepers and gardeners in maintaining and improving the University's 100-acre campus; provides for the care of turfgrass, plant life, hardscape, and grounds equipment; determines planting schedules to provide for year-round visual appeal; manages the department budget; develops and maintains computerized preventive maintenance programs; and provides for effective snow removal.
High school diploma or GED and advanced training related to grounds maintenance (e.g., horticulture). A minimum ten years of progressively responsible experience in grounds maintenance at a college or university, park system, golf course, or similar environment. Supervisory experience required. Good working knowledge of all related tools and equipment. A valid driver's license and willingness to carry a pager and respond to off-hours calls. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Ability to communicate in American Sign Language or the willingness to become proficient within a reasonable period of time.
$59,800 to $107,600


Manager, Operations and Information Technology

Department: Gallaudet Interpreting Service
Job Number: 15077
Date Posted: 11/11/2015
Status: Accepting applications
Plays a critical role in supporting overall operations of Gallaudet Interpreting Service (GIS) by: leading information technology initiatives; developing and maintaining reporting functions needed for ensuring quality, efficiency, prudent fiscal management; and initiating new programmatic operations to support the Gallaudet community's communication access needs; oversees software development and maintenance; manages contract, staff, temporary employees, and/or student employees engaged in software project; develops and oversees data-based reporting systems to enhance operations; website management; and explores and implements alternative communication access technologies.
Bachelor's degree in area related to database development or business/management. A minimum seven years of experience in database development, system assessment, or a related field (Master's degree in a technology or management field and a minimum five years of experience in the above-mentioned field will be considered). Some supervisory experience required. Working knowledge of capabilities and limitations of PeopleSoft, Blackboard, MS Access. Supervisory or program management experience required. Excellent interpersonal, organizational, technical, and leadership skills. Must be fluent in American Sign Language.
$71,800 to $129,200

Operations Support Specialist

Department: Gallaudet Interpreting Service
Job Number: 15078
Date Posted: 11/11/2015
Status: Accepting applications
Supports the Executive Director and management team in the daily operation of GIS, with primary responsibilities being payroll and billing; coordinates external client contracts; provides customer service, accounting support, financial and database management and general administrative support to GIS personnel, including Gallaudet and Community Interpreting, staff and freelance interpreters and customers.
Bachelor's degree in accounting, business, or related fields. A minimum two years of experience in accounting, high-level administrative support, or related experience. Thorough knowledge of office practices and procedures and Gallaudet University policies and procedures. Good writing, editing, and proofreading skills. Experience with computer software programs e.g. Excel, MS Word, Quicken, file maintenance, and database management. Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills. Demonstrated ability to handle complex as well as routine tasks. Customer service experience. Sign language skills required.
$39,200 to $70,600

PeopleSoft Technical Analyst I

Department: Gallaudet Technology Services
Job Number: 15088
Date Posted: 11/23/2015
Status: Accepting applications
Responsibility the technical/functional development, analysis, planning, and testing in the PeopleSoft Student Administration module; serves as liaison to related functional units and systems that have an impact on, or are integrated with, the Student Administration module including, but not limited to, Admissions, Financial Aid, and student records; oversees the implementation of client relationship management (CRM) systems, particularly in support of admissions, enrollment, retention, and campus communications; supports administrative back end and user training; and provides support for other applications, particularly those affecting business processes for both the University and Clerc Center communities.
Bachelor's degree in computer science, management information systems, or a related field. A minimum three years of IT experience with extensive familiarity with PeopleSoft functionalities, especially in student records management (experience in ERP and student administration software in a university environment will be considered). Demonstrated ability to use PeopleTools. Familiarity with Crystal/Query reporting, SQL, and PeopleSoft security administration necessary. Ability to work independently and systematically with strong attention to detail. Demonstrated ability to communicate technical details clearly and effectively to technical and non-technical staff. Ability to apply a high level of problem solving in support of users, including access and design modification. Good interpersonal and communication skills essential. Fluency in American Sign Language or the willingness to learn and become proficient within a reasonable amount of time.

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$51,900 to $93,400

Rank and salary commensurate with degree, experience and qualifications.


Department: Counseling & Psychological Services
Job Number: 15076
Date Posted: 11/10/2015
Status: Accepting applications
Provides direct psychological counseling, psychotherapy, psychological assessment, and preventative mental health services to the Counseling and Psychological Services clients; and supervises and participates in the training of Gallaudet graduate students and others in the field of mental health.
Doctorate in clinical psychology and licensed or license eligible in the District of Columbia. A minimum three years of experience in mental health services. Ability to apply or adapt theories, principles, and practices in counseling and psychotherapy to deaf and hard of hearing persons. Knowledge of the educational, psychological, social and vocational implications of deafness. Knowledge of the effects of deafness as it pertains to the psychological testing of deaf and hard of hearing individuals. Ability to work with the range and types of problems encountered in a mental health setting. Fluency in American Sign Language required at the time of application.
$71,800 to $129,200

Research Administrator

Department: Technology Access Program
Job Number: 14117
Date Posted: 9/22/2014
Status: Accepting applications
Consults with and advises the Director; ensures compliance with Federal, State and Local regulations and University policies; performs project management, ensuring established goals and timelines for project and/or subaward output and outcomes are met; performs bookkeeping and fiscal reconciliation with the Finance Office; organizes and prepares materials for annual site visits and/or annual performance reports; coordinates with the Office of Sponsored Programs to effectively communicate with and report to the funding agency or agencies; coordinates with Contracts and Purchasing to ensure effective implementation and monitoring of subawards and their contracts; and supervises student assistants and Center support staff.

Bachelor's degree and a minimum three years of administrative experience in budget and office management (Master's degree and one year of administrative experience as described above will be considered). Strong experience in professional writing and editing of correspondence and documents. Proficiency with computer software programs (e.g., PeopleSoft and MS Excel), and experience with file maintenance and database management. Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills. Demonstrated ability to efficiently handle complex as well as routine tasks. Ability to work independently under very stringent timelines. Fluency in American Sign Language or a willingness to learn and become proficient within a reasonable amount of time.
$39,200 to $70,600

Staff Interpreter II

Department: Gallaudet Interpreting Service
Job Number: 15065
Date Posted: 10/21/2015
Status: Accepting applications
Provide professional working proficient interpreting services, both live and on video, in various settings at Gallaudet University and in local and national arenas.

Contribute positively as a professional to GIS, the Gallaudet University community, and the larger community beyond Gallaudet University.

Consistently aim to the highest standards of professionalism.

Applicants must meet all of the following requirements:

1. Have an B.A. degree.

2. Have at least one of the following interpreting certifications at time of hire: CSC, CI&CT, NAD
IV or V, NIC

3. Have six (6) years of professional interpreting experience of which three (3) years are post

4. Have documented experience interpreting in a diverse range of assignments.

5. Have documented experience working in interpreting teams.

6. Demonstrate a professional working proficient level of interpreting between ASL and English.

Applicants are expected to provide a cover letter, resume, Gallaudet University application, and a portfolio of professional interpreting experience detailing:

Interpreting settings

and, if any,

1. mentorship/practicum supervision experience.

2. workshops/trainings/professional presentations/classes given.

3. a list of any published works.

4. a detailing of membership on boards/committees supporting organizations for Deaf individuals or
organizations for interpreters and

5. a list of other contributions made to the field of interpreting.

Applicants will be expected to demonstrate the ability to interpret at a professional working proficient level, based on a GIS skills assessment. The skills assessment must be completed prior to a formal interview.

$59,800 to $107,600

Web and Video Communications Specialist

Department: Clerc Center Public Relations & Communications
Job Number: 15032
Date Posted: 4/27/2015
Status: Accepting applications
Assists the Director of Public Relations and Communications in the efforts of the Clerc Center Public Relations and Communications Office to engage stakeholders; oversees the KDES, MSSD, and the national work websites and social media accounts; ensures a robust online and video presence for the Clerc Center and consults the Director on workflow and internal best practices; and provides support on mission-critical communications and events.
Bachelor's degree in English, communications, public relations, or related field. A minimum two years of related experience (paraprofessional experience will be considered). Experience with video communications and social media management in professional settings. Proficiency with videography equipment and video editing software. Demonstrated ability to work with a content management system for websites. American Sign Language skills required.

Candidates will be required to provide relevant work samples at time of interview.

$39,200 to $70,600
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