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Administrative Assistant, Graduate School and Continuing Studies
Associate Director, Development, Office of Development
Coordinator, Marketing and Fulfillment, Gallaudet University Press
Coordinator, Professional Studies ASL Program, Department of American Sign Language and Deaf Studies
Database Administrator, Visual Language and VIsual Learning (VL2)
Director, Campus Business Development, Business and Support Services
Director, Maguire Academy of Risk Management and Insurance, School of Education, Business, and Human Services
Director, Sponsored Programs, Office of Sponsored Programs
Director, Student Life (MSSD), Office of the Vice President, Clerc Center
Educational Research Associate, Planning, Development and Dissemination
Evaluation Associate, Planning, Development and Dissemination
Executive Director, Development, Office of Development
Manager, Dissemination and Communication, Visual Language and VIsual Learning (VL2)
Manager, Energy and Sustainability, Facilities Department
Manager, Transition Programming, Office of the Model Secondary School for the Deaf (MSSD) Principal
Psychologist, KDES, Office of the Model Secondary School for the Deaf (MSSD) Principal
Research Administrator, Technology Access Program
Senior Accountant, Finance Office
Staff Interpreter II, Gallaudet Interpreting Service
Web Editor/Content Developer, Communications and Public Relations
Web/Applications Developer and Programmer, Gallaudet Technology Services

Administrative Assistant

Department: Graduate School and Continuing Studies
Job Number: 14118
Date Posted: 9/22/2014
Status: Accepting regular status Gallaudet employee applications only
Oversees and prioritizes administrative support services for the Graduate School and Continuing Studies Dean's Office; monitors and coordinates the processing of all staff personnel actions; oversees administrative support for departments under the Dean; and advises the Dean in the areas of planning, policies, and procedures.

Requirements:
High school diploma or GED required. A minimum eight years secretarial or administrative support experience (a combination of formal related training, college coursework, and experience equal to eight years may be considered). Two years upper-level secretarial or administrative support experience required. Ability to use a variety of computer software (e.g.,
MS Word, Excel). Excellent writing skills required. Demonstrated ability to work independently, and to work and represent the University effectively with individuals and groups. Fluent sign language skills required at time of application.
Salary/Compensation:
$45,100 to $81,200
Application Information:
ACCEPTING REGULAR STATUS GALLAUDET EMPLOYEE APPLICATIONS ONLY

Assistant Head Football Coach/Program Coordinator

Department: Athletics Department
Job Number: 15019
Date Posted: 2/25/2015
Status: Accepting applications
The Assistant Head Football Coach is critically involved in all aspects of the football program and is given specific autonomy and shares responsibilities with the Head Football Coach in key areas of the program such as recruiting, coordination of play (i.e. Defensive Coordinator), coaching tactics/strategies, and assistant coach oversight; serves on the Athletics Council and will be the liaison with the Tutorial Center and Registrar's Office for the department to coordinate academic reports; prepares academic reports of activities including statistical analysis for all sports programs; and monitors academic reports for all student-athletes.
Requirements:
Bachelor's degree required and a minimum five years of related experience (significant playing and/or coaching experience working with defense in a football program). Thorough knowledge and understanding of NCAA guidelines required. Demonstrated skills in developing and motivating student-athletes both athletically and academically. Strong commitment to the values of a liberal arts education and an understanding of successful teacher/coach models in a NCAA Division III athletics program. Ability to communicate using American Sign Language highly desirable or a willingness to learn within a reasonable time.

Salary/Compensation:
$59,800 to $107,600

Associate Director, Development

Department: Office of Development
Job Number: 15011
Date Posted: 2/10/2015
Status: Accepting applications
Represents the University to a variety of constituents; initiates and conducts appropriate activities for securing gifts, private grants and sponsorships from individuals and organizations; coordinates appropriate activities, including personal visits and effective stewardship; writes letters of inquiry and proposals on a regular basis; plays a key role in creating annual development plans; and continually identifies and qualifies new prospects in the pipeline.


Requirements:
Bachelor's degree required and a minimum six years of professional experience, including two years of securing support, such as experience in soliciting or awarding gifts, grants or sponsorships, or other types of commitments or sales. Excellent writing and organizational skills as well as a willingness and ability to travel. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and a willingness to understand and promote the mission and vision of Gallaudet University. Ability to synthesize and articulate the progress, plans and priorities of the University and match them with the values and interests of donors and funders. Ability to use sign language or a willingness to learn and demonstrate proficiency over time.

Salary/Compensation:
$59,800 to $107,600

Coordinator, Marketing and Fulfillment

Department: Gallaudet University Press
Job Number: 15004
Date Posted: 1/21/2015
Status: Accepting applications
Authorizes and oversees marketing, fulfillment, subsidiary rights, and inventory management functions of Gallaudet University Press (GU Press); coordinates the in-house marketing and fulfillment staff; contracts with external service providers, as agreed with the Director and Executive Director; proposes, negotiates, and closes special sales and vendor arrangements; coordinates all aspects of journal distribution; and proposes products and product marketing strategies to produce future revenue.


Requirements:
Bachelor's degree in any field related to the liberal arts and sciences, marketing, or financial management. A minimum five years of professional experience in the publishing field managing marketing and fulfillment processes. Experience in negotiating with vendors, service providers, and product wholesalers in the publishing, distribution, and marketing industries. Familiarity with the scholarly or nonprofit publishing environment and the role of university presses or independent, nonprofit presses. Excellent communication skills required. American sign language skills required or a willingness to learn within a reasonable amount of time.
Salary/Compensation:
$51,900 to $93,400

Coordinator, Professional Studies ASL Program

Department: Department of American Sign Language and Deaf Studies
Job Number: 14115
Date Posted: 9/8/2014
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 . Responsible for scheduling ASL courses year round; and seeks to expand outreach programs, services and activities on a regular basis.
Requirements:
Master 's degree and four years of experience in administration, program development and management of continuing education programs(Bachelor's degree and six years of experience will be considered ). Demonstrated planning, organization , and budgeting skills. Experience in grant writing and management, coordinating and presenting workshops and 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. ASL and written English fluency required.
Salary/Compensation:
$59,800 to $107,600

Database Administrator

Department: Visual Language and VIsual Learning (VL2)
Job Number: 14141
Date Posted: 11/17/2014
Status: Accepting applications
Responsible for developing, enhancing, data entering, and oversight of existing nationally disseminated and utilized web database tools (The VL2 Tools) created through the work of the National Science Foundation Science of Learning Center on Visual Language and Visual Learning (VL2). Specifically, these include: a) The VL2 Data Sharing Portal, b) The VL2 ASL Assessment Portal, and c) The VL2 Research Volunteer Program. Works independently or with consultants and programmers to fully test the validity and usability of these web-based tools and products; collaborates with VL2 researchers and staff, including graduate assistants, to populate these online resources with (respectively) sharable datasets, ASL Assessment tools, and volunteer participants; documents processes for contributing to and using these tools and writing manuals to facilitate product use; participates in user training; prepares extract and query resources for the three products for (respectively) creating reduced shared data sets for dissemination and statistical analysis, preparing score reports and retrieving assessment data for statistical and psychometric analyses, and drawing research samples of volunteer participants that meet specific inclusion criteria for research projects; ensures compliance with Federal ethical standards for the collection, storing, and sharing of information about individual participants; and exercises the highest level of creativity and design sophistication in the enhancement of these (and possible future) database and internet resources that contribute to advancing on- and off- campus research projects.
(Grant funded)
Requirements:
Bachelor's degree in computer science, software engineering or information technology. A minimum five years of experience in developing and implementing web/database interfaces. Demonstrated creativity and design sophistication in the creation of these interfaces. Knowledge and experience using the database software tools such as Microsoft Access, SSMS (SQL Server Management Tool) and phpMyAdmin for interacting with data stored in the MS SQL and MySQL servers. Familiar with using SQL Programming language with the ability to create SQL queries for populating tables and extracting data. Familiar with web content management systems such as Ingeniux and Concrete 5. (Knowledge of SPSS syntax scripts for converting data to SPSS System files is also a plus.) Experience in writing technical and user documentation and in providing direct consultation with users. An understanding of Federal ethics requirements regarding data sharing and ensuring confidentiality and privacy in accordance with IRB rules and procedures. Proficiency in American Sign Language or a strong motivation to learn ASL for working in a bilingual ASL/English workplace is required.
Salary/Compensation:
$59,800 to $107,600

Director, Admissions

Department: Admissions
Job Number: 14101
Date Posted: 7/30/2014
Status: Accepting applications
Directs the organization and administration of admissions to all the undergraduate programs; plans, implements and monitors recruitment activities per enrollment goals and plans for the undergraduate programs; develops and oversees all undergraduate recruitment strategies and activities; maintains and reports data related to the effectiveness of admission-related and recruitment strategies and the profiles of admitted students in the undergraduate programs which include, but are not limited to establishing and evaluation of student recruitment strategies to meet institutional needs and admissions criteria; accountable to various internal and external institutional publics regarding admission criteria and decisions; and is accountable to the faculty and staff regarding the impact of admissions standards on institutional survival and the effectiveness of admissions criteria; collaborates all marketing initiatives, including publications, advertising and mailings, training of staff for marketing skills; manages all facets of the admissions process; provides a positive image of Gallaudet University and its impact on students in terms of academic growth, professional preparation, and personal growth, and promotes Gallaudet as an excellent place to pursue an undergraduate education.
Requirements:
Master's degree in an academic discipline or Bachelor's Degree with seven years of admissions related experience. Minimum five years work experience in administration and/or program management, i.e., admission-related areas. Strong background in deafness and student development. Evidence of academic preparation in areas of deafness, counseling, and administration and supervision. Evidence of administrative, supervisory ability, and leadership skills. Thorough understanding of educational needs and abilities of deaf and hard of hearing students and knowledge of Gallaudet's programs and services from pre-college through graduate level. Knowledge of admission issues, faculty, and administration concerns, and public constituencies and their concerns. Ability to formulate, communicate, and implement policies and procedures. Ability to deal effectively with professionals on and off campus. Excellent writing and marketing skills. Effective communicator with strong interpersonal skills. Must possess interest in using the website for admissions marketing and application. Fluency in sign language required at time of application.

Salary/Compensation:
$86,100 to $155,000

Director, Campus Business Development

Department: Business and Support Services
Job Number: 14072
Date Posted: 6/2/2014
Status: Accepting applications
Directs, expands and promotes usages of Gallaudet facilities to outside groups to generate income for the University; identifies potential customers and actively solicits outside groups for facilities usage; serves as the single point of contact for outside groups and works with campus constituency to coordinate facility usage and required campus services including Academic Affairs, Resident Life, Food Service, Custodial Services, Grounds and Facility Maintenance, Athletics Department, Department of Continuing Students, Registrar, Clerc Center, and the Conference Center. Establishes revenue and profit goals and determines appropriate cost structure to ensure usage generates a profit; reviews customer contracts and works with Supervisor and Risk Management to ensure compliance with any Federal, District, or Gallaudet Policy and to ameliorate potential risks and liability; and works with Public Relations or other organizations to develop effective marketing materials.
Requirements:
Bachelor's Degree in marketing, education, management or related field. A minimum of ten years of experience with budget management, planning and/or coordinating facility usage for outside groups. Demonstrated success with college or university business development resulting in financially self-supporting and profitable programs. Experience managing students and staff. Experience working in higher educational institutions and collaborating with offices and departments across campus. Excellent skills in program evaluation. High degree of independent judgment, analytical thinking, and problem solving skills. Ability to work well with faculty, staff, students and administrators, and the ability to build strong ties to the outside community. Experience with the Microsoft Office Suite. Must possess strong interpersonal and communication skills, both written and oral. Must be willing to work evenings and/or weekends as required. American Sign Language skills or willingness to learn.

Salary/Compensation:
$86,100 to $155,000

Director, Maguire Academy of Risk Management and Insurance

Department: School of Education, Business, and Human Services
Job Number: 14154
Date Posted: 1/8/2015
Status: Accepting applications
Develops, teaches and coordinates a risk management and insurance curriculum; develops a marketing plan to attract current and prospective students to the new program; establishes relationships with industry groups and associations for job placements, internships, and co-ops; coordinates fund raising for the Academy; teaches at least one course every semester, coordinates guest lectures and field trips; and coordinates recruitment of adjunct faculty for the program.

Requirements:
Master's degree and a minimum five years of progressively responsible experience in the profession of risk management and insurance (a terminal degree with specialization in insurance/risk management or related fields may be substituted for some of the experience). College teaching experience in insurance/risk management or related fields. Working knowledge of educational, psychological, social, cultural and vocational aspects of deafness. Excellent communication and public relations skills. Working knowledge of and experience with strategic planning and budget. Willingness to become fluent in American Sign Language within a reasonable amount of time. Demonstrated ability and passion to grow a program from the ground up.

Salary/Compensation:
$86,100 to $155,000 (Full funding for three years set)

Director, Sponsored Programs

Department: Office of Sponsored Programs
Job Number: 14116
Date Posted: 9/22/2014
Status: Accepting applications
Leads the Office and serves as the University's grants official accountable for oversight of the entire proposal, award, and closeout process; responsible for stimulating successful proposal activity throughout the Gallaudet community, for representing the University before external sponsoring agencies (federal, state and private), and for negotiating and executing sponsored award agreements consistent with the University's educational mission and its academic and administrative policies; supervises staff of OSP; directs and manages the administrative and operational activities of OSP including: all pre-award development functions for research, training and technical assistance programs; determination of appropriate proposal routing and approval prior to official signature and transmittal to sponsors on behalf of the University; contract/grant negotiations and contract formation with outside sponsors; official acceptance of contract/grant awards by the University; post-award coordination of activities with appropriate campus personnel and with principal investigators/project directors (as in cases of extensions and continuations); and provision of proposal and award reports to the President, Provost, Vice Presidents and Deans.
Requirements:
Master's degree in an area related to the function of sponsored programs. A minimum six years of professional level of experience in an office of research or sponsored programs or related area. Comprehensive understanding of a full-service, pre-award grant services operation with additional in-depth background in grant implementation and administration. In-depth understanding of Federal grant, contract and cost regulations (e.g. Uniform Guidance, EDGAR). Demonstration of organizational skills and the ability to work with complex ideas. Excellent interpersonal and written communication skills. Creativity in the encouragement of research and entrepreneurship. Proficiency in Microsoft Office word processors, spreadsheets, databases, presentation software, Adobe Acrobat and electronic mail systems. Must be able to handle multiple tasks for a diverse clientele within narrow time constraints and ensure that deadlines are met. Broad knowledge of the issues facing higher education today. Demonstrated ability to construct and/or provide technical assistance in all aspects of the proposal development process. Experience in and ability to prepare and negotiate awards and respond to audit issues' need for information. Ability to use sign language or willingness to learn.

Salary/Compensation:
$83,400 to $150,100

Director, Student Life (MSSD)

Department: Office of the Vice President, Clerc Center
Job Number: 15012
Date Posted: 2/10/2015
Status: Accepting applications
Plans, directs and administers all aspects of the MSSD Student Life unit, in collaboration with the MSSD Principal and the Executive Director, Administration and Operations, including promoting the academic, social, emotional and life planning growth for students, living-learning environments, school-teacher-dorm collaboration and curriculum infusion, residence hall maintenance and programs, afterschool programs, community governance, and other services based on best practices/concepts in student development and K-12 education; administers program evaluation projects, provides vision and direction for training programs and professional development for professional and paraprofessional staff; and supervises and evaluates Student Life program managers, and residence hall staff and oversees the budget.
Requirements:
Master's degree in student development, education, student personnel administration, counseling or a related field. A minimum three years of administrative and/or supervisory experience in K-12 residence hall management or a related area and an additional three years of experience in a K-2 educational program for deaf and hard of hearing students. Demonstrated leadership capabilities. Knowledge of budget management, personnel selection and training, and program planning. Familiarity with current concepts of K-12 student development. Demonstrated knowledge of effective school administration practices and techniques. Excellent writing and communication skills. Willingness to work evenings and weekends. On-campus residency or residency within a 15 minutes commuting distance from campus is required in order to provide on-call services and is contingent upon the availability of housing. Fluency in American Sign Language required.

Salary/Compensation:
$86,100 to $155,000

Educational Research Associate

Department: Planning, Development and Dissemination
Job Number: 14150
Date Posted: 12/15/2014
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 priorities and initiatives with emphasis on the implementation of evidenced based practices and educationally related practices, applies and translates research for student, classroom, or school application; collaborates with research 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, and other relevant assessment instruments; and develops materials, presentations, and other dissemination materials that translate current educational trends, research findings, and practices for teachers, and other school-based personal that demonstrate the clear connections of research to practice.


Requirements:
Master's degree in education, curriculum and instruction, administration or related field. A minimum five years of teaching or demonstrated work 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 possible 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.

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

Salary/Compensation:
$59,800 to $ 107,600

Evaluation Associate

Department: Planning, Development and Dissemination
Job Number: 14151
Date Posted: 12/15/2014
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; keeps abreast of legislative and educational issues and evaluation trends that impact the Clerc Center's national mission; and establishes and maintains high professional and ethical standards.

Requirements:
Master's degree in program evaluation, educational research, educational psychology, applied social science research or equivalent and five years of evaluation research experience required. 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 required.
Salary/Compensation:
$59,800 to $107,600

Executive Director, Development

Department: Office of Development
Job Number: 14127
Date Posted: 10/20/2014
Status: Accepting applications
Reports directly to the Vice President of Institutional Advancement and serves as the division's chief manager; assists the Vice President to carry out the mission of the office of Development and Alumni Relations to maximize gift support so that Gallaudet University may continue to provide exemplary programs for students; responsible for the day to day supervision of all fundraisers and leads fundraising strategy in consultation with the Vice President, manages a portfolio and solicits and acquires major and planned gifts for the university; oversees all annual fund activities including direct mail, electronic solicitations and social media; responsible for prospecting and leads prospect research and pipeline development for the university; responsible for capital campaign planning and reporting; responsible for the management and reporting of all endowed funds including annual stewardship reports; responsible for the stewardship and reporting of all donation accounts; responsible for the management of business operations of the Development Office including but not limited to: administrative and financial operations, gift processing and constituent records, donor archives and gift accounting records, leading office personnel to accomplish development initiatives, overseeing development proposals, developing internal systems that improve business operations and adhere to University and federal reporting requirements including but not limited to internal and external communications and the efficient use of technologies; leads the development of marketing materials and the office website, and collaborates with the Executive Director of Alumni Relations to engage the alumni. Builds capacity within the Development Office by providing key leadership and day-to-day management of personnel including: developing and motivating staff to ensure a high degree of proficiency and professionalism and quality performance, ensuring the effective utilization of personnel; assigning responsibilities, establishing appropriate levels of accountability, and settling performance objectives related to the goals of the individual and the department, division, and university; and works directly with the Vice President to conduct staff training and development workshops and opportunities to promote growth among team members.

Requirements:
Bachelor's degree and a minimum ten years of experience in management, leadership, administration, marketing, or related field. (Master's degree and a minimum eight years of experience in management, leadership, administration, marketing, or related field will be considered.) Demonstrated ability to provide management oversight, leadership, and direction with at least five years of supervisory experience. Demonstrated experience in soliciting and acquiring major and planned gifts. Demonstrated experience in project management, office operations, relationship development, marketing, communications and budget oversight, and management of technology databases required. Candidate's background should provide a deep understanding of Gallaudet University and its strategic plan for providing education and research opportunities for deaf and hard of hearing students. The position also requires the ability to articulate, in both written and in-person communication, the mission and strategic priorities of Gallaudet University and its role in the higher education community and the world. Must be collaborative and have the gravitas and presence to interact with prospective donors, Board members, and corporate leaders. Must be transparent, open-minded, resourceful, organized, politically-savvy, results-oriented, and data-driven. Ability to work independently and possess excellent interpersonal skills. Must possess a willingness and ability to travel. Must also have an appreciation for the communication styles in a bimodal, bilingual environment. Proficiency in American Sign Language required at time of hire.


Salary/Compensation:
$115,900 to $231,800

Manager, Dissemination and Communication

Department: Visual Language and VIsual Learning (VL2)
Job Number: 14035
Date Posted: 9/15/2014
Status: Accepting applications
Manages all internal and external communication activities of the National Science Foundation and Gallaudet University's Science of Learning Center on Visual Language and Visual Learning (VL2); leads Center staff and scientists in the development and dissemination of evidence-based products arising from the scientific and translational activities of the Center; in partnership with Center scientists, faculty, and staff, creates multiple mechanisms using multiple formats for communication of VL2 Center activities and products with a wide range of internal and external audiences; creates opportunities for impacting educational policy through effective communication of Center Discoveries to policymakers; and works closely with members of the VL2 Center including the Co-PIs/Science Director and the (i) VL2 Research and Education and Digital Innovation Managers, including its diverse translation teams (spanning products and digital innovation), (ii) VL2 scientific and translation project leaders, (iii) VL2 student networks and laboratories spanning the nation and Canada, and (iv) Gallaudet University departments and units related to education, development, donor relations, public relations, and marketing.

Requirements:
Ph.D. degree in English, communications, journalism, public relations, or related field. A minimum three years of professional experience in communication, journalism, public relations, or a related field (Master's degree in one of the above-mentioned fields and a minimum six years of professional experience in one of the above-mentioned career areas communicating technical information to lay and professional audiences will be considered). Demonstrated ability to synthesize and translate technical material for professional and lay audiences. Evidence of leading short- and long-term projects to completion and goal attainment. Demonstrated understanding of the scientific issues (e.g., bilingualism, reading, literacy) that drive the work of the VL2 Center and their potential for impacting decision-making for parents, teachers and policy-makers engaged in educating deaf children. Demonstrated skill in effective writing, problem solving, and decision-making. Excellent interpersonal skills. Demonstrated ability to work effectively with people from diverse backgrounds and in a team environment. Excellent organizational skills. Possession of skills and outstanding knowledge of computer word processing, spreadsheet, presentation programs and desktop publishing tools. Must perform with a high degree of skill and autonomy. Ability to converse fluently in high-level professional and academic discourse in American Sign Language.

Candidates will be required to provide two samples of their writing before advancing in the selection process.

Salary/Compensation:
$86,100 to $155,000

Manager, Energy and Sustainability

Department: Facilities Department
Job Number: 15016
Date Posted: 2/23/2015
Status: Accepting applications
Coordinates all aspects of Energy Management, including energy use reduction and reduction of carbon dioxide emissions, waste management and sustainable development; analyzes and identifies ways and means of improving the use of energy throughout a large and dynamic University campus, encompassing approximately 2.5 million square feet; advises the Director of Facilities on all matters regarding energy including operations and maintenance procedures and construction projects; develops and distributes interim energy reports on utility consumption and expenditures; and develops forecasts for future energy consumption.

Requirements:
Bachelor's degree in engineering, natural resources, or a related field. A minimum eight years of experience in energy management, sustainability, energy system design, facilities management, or construction management. Experience with data extraction and analysis, billing systems, EDI, data models and database structure & design are essential. Excellent communications skills, both written and verbal are required. Sign language skills required or a willingness to learn within a reasonable amount of time.

Salary/Compensation:
$71,800 to $129,200

Manager, Transition Programming

Department: Office of the Model Secondary School for the Deaf (MSSD) Principal
Job Number: 14143
Date Posted: 11/24/2014
Status: Accepting applications
Provides leadership and supervision in the development, implementation and evaluation of all phases of transition programming for elementary through high school at KDES and MSSD; ensures programming supports compliance with IDEA and EDA; supervises and evaluates assigned staff; coordinates and supervises transition activities, and collaborates with school personnel to ensure that students at KDES and MSSD receive transition services; and manages the budget for the unit and oversees the expenditure of funds.
Requirements:
Master's degree in deaf education, education, administration, or related field. A minimum five years of experience in K-12 school settings with deaf and hard of hearing students. Knowledge of best practices in transition planning and services for deaf and hard of hearing adolescents. Demonstrated knowledge of laws governing IEP development and implementation, including transition planning within IEPs. Demonstrated experience implementing best practices related to transition. Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with other professionals. Strong leadership and effective communication skills. Demonstrated skill in creative problem solving and decision-making. Excellent interpersonal skills. 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.

Salary/Compensation:
$71,800 to $129,200

Psychologist, KDES

Department: Office of the Model Secondary School for the Deaf (MSSD) Principal
Job Number: 15017
Date Posted: 2/23/2015
Status: Accepting applications
Administers a comprehensive diagnostic and evaluative program for early childhood through high school with learning, developmental, and social/emotional/behavioral status and disabilities; interprets the results of evaluations to appropriate individuals, including the student, when appropriate; provides individual and group therapy to students; serves as a consultant on psychological matters to parents, teachers, staff, administrators and professionals outside of the school; partners with educators, families and school community to provide effective learning environments for all students; provides a range of services for students who demonstrate difficulties with learning academic achievement, social/emotional functioning, and behavior; and serves, as a psycho-educational service provider involved, in pro-active and preventative activities, as well as responds to identified concerns.

Requirements:
Master's degree from an approved accredited program with a major in School Psychology. Must be certified and/or licensed as a school psychologist in the District of Columbia. Minimum three years of experience as a school psychologist or three years of experience in a diagnostic/mental health setting with primary responsibility in assessment/diagnostic services. Experience providing psychological services to deaf youth. Must demonstrate strong organization and management skills. Fluency in American Sign Language required. CANDIDATE SELECTED WILL BE REQUIRED TO UNDERGO AND PAY FOR A SUITABILITY BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION.
Salary/Compensation:
$55,200 to $99,322

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.

Requirements:
Master's degree and two (2) years of administrative experience in budget and office management(Bachelor's degree and four years 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 willingness to learn.

Salary/Compensation:
$45,100 to $81,200

Senior Accountant

Department: Finance Office
Job Number: 13065
Date Posted: 12/19/2013
Status: Accepting applications
Reporting directly to the Controller, this position assists with financial and tax reporting, as well as accounting controls. This position is responsible for maintaining the University's endowment and donation accounting, leading long-term debt accounting, preparing required annual taxing reporting, and leading grant accounting and compliance efforts. Also assists with researching new GAAP pronouncements; advises, educates and serves as a resources for departmental fiscal officers and senior management on budget and financial issues.
Requirements:
Bachelor's degree in accounting, finance, or business administration and CPA license. Minimum of five years of significant and progressively responsible experience in auditing or accounting and knowledge of Federal and accounting requirements over grants, contributions, and endowments. Ability to gather and organize information from a variety of sources into coherent documents, effectively communicate complex financial data, and work closely and effectively with all levels of faculty, staff and students. Expertise in Excel developing complex spreadsheets to arrange, produce, display, and analyze data. Proficiency with PowerPoint. Excellent writing, communication and interpersonal skills required. Sign language skills or the willingness to learn and become proficient within a reasonable period of time.

Salary/Compensation:
$59,800 to $107,600

Staff Interpreter II

Department: Gallaudet Interpreting Service
Job Number: 13060
Date Posted: 10/20/2014
Status: Accepting applications
Provides professional working proficient interpreting services, both live and on video, in various settings at Gallaudet University and in local and national arenas; contributes positively as a professional to GIS, the Gallaudet University community, and the larger community beyond Gallaudet University; and consistently aims to the highest standards of professionalism.
Requirements:
Bachelor's degree required. Minimum six years of professional interpreting experience of which three years are post-certification. Must have at least one of the following interpreting certifications at time of hire: CSC, CI & CT, NAD IV or V, NIC. Must have documented experience interpreting in a diverse range of assignments. Must have documented experience working in interpreting teams. Must 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, mentorship/practicum supervision experience, workshops/trainings/ professional presentations/classes given; a list of any published works; a detailing of membership on boards/committees supporting organizations for Deaf individuals or organizations for interpreters; and 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.
Salary/Compensation:
(10 month) salary: $50,600 to $91,045

Web Editor/Content Developer

Department: Communications and Public Relations
Job Number: 14145
Date Posted: 11/25/2014
Status: Accepting applications
Develops and maintains the content of the university's top tier webpages; assists with copyediting of departmental web pages to ensure consistency and clarity of content as well as maximum search engine optimization; works with others on campus to ensure that copy related to their units is accurate and timely; advises the director of communications and executive director of communications and public relations on website issues; and writes fresh content for the web and for web stories.

Requirements:
Bachelor's degree required. A minimum two years of professional writing experience. Evidence of excellent writing skills. Strong organizational, interpersonal, and presentation skills. Fluency in American Sign Language required.
Salary/Compensation:
$39,200 to $70,600

Web/Applications Developer and Programmer

Department: Gallaudet Technology Services
Job Number: 15008
Date Posted: 2/3/2015
Status: Accepting applications
Provides web applications development and programming for web-based and other applications in the Gallaudet University web content management system (CMS); creates schemas and stylesheets for web content; creates database applications and interfaces them with the CMS for easy creation and management of data; creates asset management solutions for images, documents, and media; develops applications and scripts that integrate various web services into a unified end-user experience including SSO; defines project scope and technical requirements; and develops applications for other units within Gallaudet Technology Services and for the University.
Requirements:
Bachelor's degree in Information Technology, Computer Science, web development/design or related fields. A minimum three years of experience in web programming and development (high school diploma or GED and a minimum seven years of direct experience with an emphasis on systems integration will be considered). Extensive web development experience. Knowledge of web applications, including Ingeniux Content Management System (CMS) and development tools. Knowledge of Blackboard Learning Management System and applicable Blackboard Building Blocks. In-depth knowledge of various programming languages including but not limited to Visual C#, .NET, ASP.NET MVC, PowerShell. Experience in technology training with users of varying skills. Fluency in American Sign Language or willingness to learn.
Salary/Compensation:
$51,900 to $93,400
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