Job Listing - Professional Staff (exempt)
Admissions CounselorDepartment: AdmissionsJob Number: 15096Date Posted: 12/14/2015Status: Accepting applications
Assists with designing and implementing strategies to reach prospective undergraduate students and to translate contacts into enrolled students at Gallaudet; monitors and participates in recruitment activities per enrollment goals and plans for the undergraduate program; maintains admissions communication to prospective students, school personnel and parents; follows up on various recruiting and admissions-related leads; meets with prospective students, parents, school personnel, and vocational rehabilitation counselors; provides admission counseling to prospective students and their families; monitors and assists students throughout the application process; communicates and consults with the Associate Director of Admissions; travels to education programs for deaf and hard of hearing students to recruit students; and provides a positive image of Gallaudet University and its impact on students' academic growth, professional preparation, and personal growth and promotes Gallaudet as an excellent place to pursue an undergraduate education.
Bachelor's degree from Gallaudet University. A minimum two years of professional and/or paraprofessional experience in a secondary, post-secondary, or vocational rehabilitation setting (Master's degree from Gallaudet University and some documented experience in a secondary, post-secondary, or vocational rehabilitation setting will be considered). Evidence of exceptional counseling and interpersonal skills. Excellent writing ability. Evidence of the ability to learn, integrate and effectively communicate program and procedural information to varied audiences. Demonstrated excellent presentation and communications skills with deaf, hard of hearing and hearing prospects. Demonstrated ability to use judgment and tact when confronted with sensitive issues and concerns. Must be willing to travel extensively (up to 50% of the time) within an assigned region and work independently without daily supervision. A valid U.S. driver's license with clean driving record is required at the time of appointment. Driver's license must be maintained and motor vehicle records may be pulled on a periodic basis to confirm a clean driving record. Must undergo background check immediately after date of hire. Must sign and adhere to the University's frequent traveler pledge annually. Fluency in American Sign Language required at time of application.
Candidates selected for an interview:
Required to make a ten-minute presentation demonstrating their knowledge of Gallaudet University and their ability to promote its programs and services to prospective students. Furthermore, they must submit professional/business writing samples.
$40,000 to $72,000
Associate Director, Annual GivingDepartment: Office of DevelopmentJob Number: 15092Date Posted: 12/7/2015Status: Accepting applications
Reporting to the Executive Director of Development, coordinates ongoing efforts to engage stakeholders in supporting Gallaudet University's annual giving campaigns; ensures growing participation among alumni and other constituencies, increasing philanthropic support and boosting donor retention through the use of mass marketing and market segmentation strategies and techniques; facilitates comprehensive, integrated annual giving fundraising programs, including direct mail, calling programs, and online communication programs as well as coordinating fundraising or donor-centric events; manages The Gallaudet Fund, which is the program that solicits current operating gifts for the university from alumni, parents, and friends; manages staff, interns and volunteers; oversees activities associated with the leadership giving program for The Gallaudet Fund (The President Circle), focusing on donors giving at or capable of making an annual gift of $1,000 or more; and travels to solicit leadership gifts to Gallaudet through personal visits.
Bachelor's degree and a minimum of six years of professional work experience required, including three years of relevant experience implementing membership, development and/or communications projects (Master's degree and a minimum four years of experience will be considered, including three years of relevant experience implementing membership, development and/or communications projects). Knowledge of the principles and practices associated with fundraising in the areas of direct mail, calling programs, and donor relations. Polished written and e-mail communication skills. Demonstrated ability to interact with a variety of constituencies, including Board members, donors, staff, alumni, and students. Ability to work independently and take initiative to meet deadlines in a time-sensitive environment with attention to detail and accuracy. Strong development database skills and analytical skills. Proficiency with MS Office suite (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint). Demonstrated ability to work as an effective team member in a fast-paced environment. Excellent interpersonal skills required. Ability to interact professionally with culturally diverse staff, alumni, and students. Willingness and ability to travel and work a flexible schedule required. Commitment to the mission of Gallaudet University required. Fluency in American Sign Language or a willingness to learn and demonstrate proficiency over time.
$60,900 to $109,600
Business Intelligence AnalystDepartment: Office of Academic Quality and PlanningJob Number: 15095Date Posted: 12/14/2015Status: Accepting applications
The Business Intelligence Analyst's role is to support the use of a campus-wide business intelligence/decision support system; works with members of the entire campus community to define data analytic needs and reporting requirements; designs, test and generates complex analyses, reports, dashboards, and visualizations that support decision making and planning at all levels of university functioning; extracts data from operational systems, moving it into data warehouse structures, reorganizes and structures the data for analysis purposes, and moves it into reporting structures; assures the accuracy and integrity of data; and assists in support and training with end users to maximize their ability to use the decision support system.
Bachelor's degree in computer science, information systems or a related field. A minimum of six years of professional experience in data analysis, writing SQL for data analysis, or related experience in the higher education field. Evidence of the ability to manage multiple projects with strong interpersonal skills required. Knowledge of data Enterprise Systems, data mining and technological tools preferred. Experience working with large complex data sets and with providing complex reports using SQL or other data query tools preferred. Effective communication skills. American Sign Language skills required or a willingness to become proficient within a reasonable amount of time.
$60,000 to $109,600
Coordinator, Instructional SupportDepartment: Kendall Demonstration Elementary School (KDES)Job Number: 16008Date Posted: 1/27/2016Status: Accepting applications
Provides leadership that facilitates change in standards-based instructional practices to enable teachers to diagnose student needs more analytically, interpret and apply student data to inform instructional planning, apply evidence-based instructional strategies to enhance teaching, assess student learning, and evaluate instructional effectiveness; and supports teachers in the goal of producing measurable growth in students' achievement.
Master's degree in deaf education, education, administration, or related field. A minimum four years of experience in a K-12 school setting with deaf and hard of hearing students, including a minimum three years of successful K-12 teaching experience. Knowledge of best practices in teaching and learning. Demonstrated experience in teacher evaluation and staff development. Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with teachers and other professionals. Knowledge of curriculum, instruction, research and best practices in Language Arts and literacy within a bilingual environment. Strong leadership, communication, and interpersonal skills. Demonstrated skill in creative problem solving and decision-making. Demonstrated ability to work effectively with people from diverse backgrounds and to cultivate an atmosphere of teamwork within a unit. Excellent analytic and organizational skills. Fluency in American Sign Language is required.
$60,900 to $109,600
Development Officer, Corporate and Foundation RelationsDepartment: Office of DevelopmentJob Number: 15051Date Posted: 8/26/2015Status: Accepting applications
As the key policymaker on leadership team for University fundraising campaign, develops campaign goals, strategies and marketing plans; leads the Development program of corporate and foundation relations; forecasts major gifts/grants to be solicited and continually identifies and qualifies new prospects in the pipeline; provides program direction to further expand the University's relationships and visibility among corporate and foundation constituencies that aligns with the university strategic plan; reviews, analyzes, and provides guidance on opportunities to develop and submit proposals to institutions; supervises temporary employees; drafts and presents academic, facilities, extracurricular and research plans to current and prospective University donors; prepares and edits University publications and web site content for internal and external dissemination; travels to solicit corporate and foundation leaders; proactively develops proposals and writes letters of inquiry and foundation grant proposals on a regular basis; negotiates terms of gift/grant agreements; drafts funding proposals; and prepares and submits stewardship reports for grant-funded initiatives and endowed funds.
Bachelor's degree required and a minimum eight years of professional work experience, including five years of experience with soliciting, negotiating, closing or awarding of grants/gifts from corporations and foundations (Master's degree and a minimum of six years of professional experience, including five years of experience with soliciting, negotiating, closing or awarding of grants/gifts from corporations and foundations). Must have exceptional writing and organizational skills as well as a willingness and ability to travel. Must also possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills and a willingness to understand and promote the mission, vision and strategic plan of Gallaudet University. Ability to synthesize and articulate the priorities of the university and match them with the values and interests of prospects. Ability to use American Sign Language or a willingness to learn and demonstrate proficiency over time.
$73,100 to $131,600
Evaluation SpecialistDepartment: Planning, Development and DisseminationJob Number: 15055Date Posted: 9/9/2015Status: Accepting applications
Assists the Director with the implementation of performance measurement; coordinates and monitors performance data collection activities; engages in project evaluations under the guidance of the Director; develops and distributes surveys; analyzes and summarizes evaluation data; prepares reports of evaluation results to internal and external audiences; works with research and evaluation staff to monitor data quality and accuracy for performance audits; effectively manages multiple projects to meet major milestones; develops and maintains effective working relationships within a collaborative, bilingual environment; and maintains high professional and ethical standards.
Bachelor's degree in educational research, education, evaluation, statistics, applied social science research or an equivalent field and a minimum of three years of work experience in research, analysis, and/or evaluation (Master's degree in the above-mentioned fields and at least one year of work experience in research, analysis and/or evaluation will be considered). Experience with quantitative and qualitative methods, including survey research, data collection, quantitative and qualitative data analysis, and data reporting. Ability to develop, modify, and distribute measurement instruments (e.g., surveys, interview protocols). Demonstrated skill using SPSS, Access, Excel, and Power Point and/or other similar statistical and qualitative software programs. Demonstrated ability to handle multiple assignments with critical deadlines. Ability to work independently and collaboratively, with excellent interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills. Excellent writing and editing skills. Strong analytical and excellent attention to detail. Fluency in American Sign Language highly desired; otherwise, learning and acquiring fluency in ASL will be required.
CANDIDATE SELECTED WILL BE REQUIRED TO UNDERGO AND PAY FOR A SUITABILITY BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION.
Candidates selected for an interview will be required to provide samples of their original work demonstrating knowledge and ability to conduct research and/or evaluation.
$46,000 to $82,800
Mental Health CounselorDepartment: Counseling & Psychological ServicesJob Number: 16004Date Posted: 2/2/2016Status: Accepting applications
Provides direct psychological counseling and preventive mental health services to Gallaudet students and community clients.
Master's degree in mental health counseling, social work or related field. A minimum of two years of experience in mental health counseling with deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals (experience in related fields may be considered.) Training and/or experience in group counseling. Ability to apply or adapt theories, principles and practices in counseling to deaf and hard of hearing persons. Knowledge of the educational, psychological, social, and vocational implications of deafness. Ability to work with the range and types of problems encountered in a mental health setting. Fluency in sign language required at the time of application.
$52,900 to $95,200
Program Support SpecialistDepartment: Department of InterpretationJob Number: 16010Date Posted: 2/2/2016Status: Accepting applications
Under the general supervision of the Department Chair, handles personnel, financial and student records of the Department of Interpretation,; works to ensure conformity in these areas to applicable Gallaudet University policies, procedures and operations; provides administrative support to the department chair, the department, and to undergraduate and graduate students; provides budgetary guidance; exercises a high degree of tact, independent judgment and personal initiative; supervises support staff and coordinates office support services for the department; ensures accurate and timely completion of all office responsibilities; and ensures that confidentiality is maintained at all times.
Bachelor's degree with a minimum two years high level, program support
and office management experience. (Some college and at least five years experience may be considered.) Understanding of interpretation undergraduate and graduate programs. Ability to use a variety of computer software and familiarity with management information systems such as PeopleSoft and e-Time. Ability to manage concurrent activities in a fast-paced environment. Excellent interpersonal, organizational, communication, quantitative, and writing skills required.
$40,000 to $72,000
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PsychologistDepartment: Counseling & Psychological ServicesJob Number: 15076Date Posted: 11/10/2015Status: 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.
$73,100 to $131,600
Staff Interpreter IIDepartment: Gallaudet Interpreting ServiceJob Number: 15065Date Posted: 10/21/2015Status: 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:
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.
$60,900 to $109,600
Web and Video Communications SpecialistDepartment: Clerc Center Public Relations & CommunicationsJob Number: 15093Date Posted: 12/8/2015Status: 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.
$40,000 to $72,000
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