Job Listing - Professional Staff (exempt)
, Department of Hearing, Speech, and Language Sciences
Advancement AssociateDepartment: Institutional AdvancementJob Number: 16050Date Posted: 4/29/2016Status: Accepting applications
Assists with the coordination of a wide range of activities and provides administrative support in varied aspects of fundraising with prospective donors to the university; assists with a variety of development projects and programs; supports the implementation of special events; actively engages in donor visits and solicitations; assists in donor relations, including gathering information from students, faculty or staff supported by the funds; assists with the preparation of annual reports to donors; assists with the coordination of online giving; drafts or coordinates correspondence, meeting agendas, and meeting outcomes; conducts research to identify potential individual, foundation, corporation, and government funding sources; assists with data entry and administration of Raiser's Edge database; focuses on interactions with students and recent alumni as assigned within Development projects or programs; coordinates web content and social media; imports and exports data into Raisers Edge; assists with the stewardship process; and assists in the development of professional documents; and assists with special projects as assigned by the Director of Information and Reporting or the Executive Director of Alumni and Donor Programs.
Bachelor's degree and a minimum one year of professional experience (internship experience would be considered). Excellent professional written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills. Proficient in MS Office. Ability to produce quality materials within specified timeframes and simultaneously manage multiple time sensitive projects. Must be proactive, interdependent thinker, detail oriented, service oriented, with the ability to work independently as well as with a team in a fast paced environment. Must be willing to travel and maintain a non-traditional schedule. Applicant must be proficient in American Sign Language.
Minimum Salary: 36,400
AudiologistDepartment: Department of Hearing, Speech, and Language SciencesJob Number: 16035Date Posted: 4/4/2016Status: 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.
Minimum Salary: $52,900
Executive AssistantDepartment: President's OfficeJob Number: 16046Date Posted: 4/25/2016Status: Accepting applications
Provides high level administrative support for the Office of the President; represents the office in a professional and proficient manner, maintaining a high level of confidentiality; drafts letters in response to incoming mail and other correspondence for the President and on behalf of the office; manages the daily, professional schedule for the President, and ensures she/he is well-prepared for each engagement; coordinates travel arrangements and prepares all related paperwork for the President; responds to inquires of the Office of the President (voice, VP, email, and in-person); works closely with other front office support staff to coordinate the log-in of incoming mail, mail distribution, and to provide front office telephone coverage; and assists the Manager by providing administrative and logistical support for a variety of special projects, events and activities that are hosted by the Office of the President, as requested.
Bachelor's degree and a minimum five years of secretarial or clerical experience at an upper administrative level (high school diploma and GED and a minimum nine years of secretarial or clerical experience at an upper administrative level will be considered). Experience in general office operations and managing an administrator's calendar at the upper administrative level. Good writing and editing skills (evident command of English, grammar, spelling, etc.). Experience with computer software programs (e.g., MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, MS Publisher, file maintenance, and database familiarity). Flexibility in working with others and maintaining a pleasant and team-oriented attitude, and ability to exhibit a professional approach with interacting with diverse populations are crucial to this position. Must have a good understanding of appropriate customer service. Excellent organizational skills. Ability to exercise a high degree of tact, independent judgment, and personal initiative. Demonstrated ability to ensure confidentiality regarding all internal and external interactions with the Office of the President. Demonstrated ability to handle complex as well as routine tasks. Fluent sign language skills required at time of application.
Minimum Salary: $52,000
Interior Designer/ Purchasing AgentDepartment: Contracts and Purchasing DepartmentJob Number: 16043Date Posted: 4/20/2016Status: Accepting applications
Provides comprehensive interior design, procurement, and project management services related to the design, specification, and installation of interior and exterior furniture, furnishings, signage, and other related commodities; negotiates the "best buy" for the University for a variety of furnishings and equipment, as well as related supplies and services; designs office space, residence hall accommodations; recommends and specifies furnishings; conducts bidding, selects vendors, issues purchase orders, and administers same to completion.
Bachelor's degree in interior design and professional certification (ASID or IIDA) required. A minimum three years of experience in commercial interior design. Proficiency in AutoCad software design system. Thorough knowledge of commercial office interior design and furnishings specifications appropriate for University use. Knowledge of business and purchasing procedures. Excellent analytical decision making and reporting skills are required as well as good communication and negotiating skills. Ability to administer complex projects. Sign language skills required or a willingness to learn within a reasonable amount of time.
Minimum Salary: $46,000
Occupational TherapistDepartment: Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education CenterJob Number: 16040Date Posted: 4/18/2016Status: Accepting applications
Develops and implements an occupational therapy (OT) program of evaluation, treatment and reevaluation with regard to fine motor, self-help, perceptual-motor and sensory-processing function; provides direct OT evaluation and remediation services for students; provides teacher and parent consultation to establish effective student reinforcement systems for skill development; and engages in and documents national service activities to share information and effective practices working with students who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Bachelor's degree in Occupational Therapy from an educational program accredited by the Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE). A minimum two years of experience as an occupational therapist in a K-12 school system or other pediatric practice setting (Master's degree in Occupational Therapy from an educational program accredited by the Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE)and some experience as an occupational therapist will be considered). Licensed as an Occupational Therapist in DC or eligible for licensure and must acquire upon hire. Ability to use sign language or willingness to learn within a reasonable amount of time.
Minimum Salary: $48,826
Social Worker-KDESDepartment: Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education CenterJob Number: 16030Date Posted: 6/24/2016Status: Accepting applications
Performs specialized social work to enable students to achieve optimal learning in academic, social and emotional areas; provides appropriate counseling and/or preventive and direct services to individual students, groups of students, and families; serves as the school designee for mandated child abuse and neglect reports and the liaison between school and community agencies; systematically collects, analyzes, synthesizes, and interprets information needed to devise an appropriate plan of service for referred students and their families, and ensures effective communications with their families; develops and implements workshops; engages in national mission efforts; and documents all contacts and activities.
Master's degree from an accredited school of social work. ACSW and DC Licensure at the LISW/LICSW level (Licensure at the LGSW level with supervision by a certified licensed social worker may be accepted with proof of supervision at time of hire). A copy of license required as part of application package along with a Gallaudet University Application Form. (Arrangements and payment for supervision is responsibility of the applicant and must be maintained until LISW/LICSW is obtained.)
A minimum three years of experience as a social worker and/or counselor working with deaf children in the grade K-12 age range. Must be willing to accommodate flexible scheduling as needed to address programming needs. Fluency in American Sign Language required.
Salary commensurate with degree, experience and qualifications
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.
Minimum Salary: $40,000
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