Job Listing - Professional Staff (exempt)
Admissions Counselor/Athletics LiaisonDepartment: AdmissionsJob Number: 14082Date Posted: 8/4/2014Status: Accepting applications
Designs and implements strategies to reach prospective undergraduate students and to translate contacts into enrolled students at Gallaudet; plans, implements, monitors, and participates in recruitment activities per enrollment goals and plans for the undergraduate program; authors admissions correspondence to prospective students; 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 high level administrators; 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.
Master's degree and a minimum one year of professional experience in vocational rehabilitation, marketing, or working with/or recruiting prospective college students in secondary, post-secondary setting (Bachelor's degree and three years related experience may 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 skills. Demonstrated ability to use judgment and tact when confronted with sensitive issues and concerns. Evidence of Driver's License in good standing. Thorough knowledge and understanding of the NCAA Division III guidelines. Must be willing to travel extensively at least 60% of the time within an assigned region and work independently without daily supervision. Must undergo fingerprinting and background check immediately after date of hire. Candidates selected for an interview: will be required to make a ten minute presentation demonstrating their knowledge of Gallaudet
$43,700 to $78,700
ASL Proficiency EvaluatorDepartment: ASL Diagnostic and Evaluation ServicesJob Number: 14034Date Posted: 3/3/2014Status: Accepting and reviewing applications
Provides interviewing and rating in accordance with the American Sign Language Proficiency Interview (ASLPI); participates in the development, implementation, and administration of tools, protocol, and/or procedures used in a comprehensive multiple-measures evaluation system; conducts semi-annual re-ratings of taped interviews as part of a systematic reliability check; participates in periodic retraining in interview techniques and rating procedures; participates in other research activities to maintain the quality of the evaluation system; keeps abreast of trends and research in the field of first and second language teaching, learning, acquisition, and evaluation.
Master's degree in linguistics, ASL, 1st and/or 2nd language teaching and learning, bilingual education, or related field AND a minimum of three (3) years ASL teaching experience and/or evaluation; OR
Bachelor's degree in linguistics, ASL, 1st and/or 2nd language teaching and learning, bilingual education, or related field AND a minimum of five (5) years ASL teaching experience and/or evaluation.
At the time of application, successful completion of all phases of the ASLPI Training Program in its entirety provided by ASL Diagnostic and Evaluation Services (ASL-DES). Experience with developing and/or using ASL assessment tests. Knowledge of the linguistic structure of ASL and English. Knowledge and experience working with individuals with diverse educational, language, and cultural backgrounds. Ability to use judgment and tact with regard to sensitive issues and confidential matter. Ability to work well as an active, contributing member of a team as well as ability to work independently and demonstrate self-reliance and self-initiative. Experience producing written reports, proposals, and other documents related to research, best practices, learning and evaluation. Ability to use various software programs for project and program efficiency. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Fluency in ASL and English. A proficiency level of 4+ or better on the ASLPI. As part of the interview process, applicants will also be given one question and will be required to answer that question in writing. This English writing sample will be provided to the Gallaudet University English Department for analysis and determination of skill level.
$50,300 to $90,500
Assistant Principal, KDESDepartment: Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education CenterJob Number: 14086Date Posted: 7/7/2014Status: Accepting applications
Under the direction of the KDES Principal, the KDES Assistant Principal provides support to the school by performing high-level administrative duties to ensure the smooth operation of the Kendall Demonstration Elementary School (KDES); supervises and evaluates teachers and staff as assigned; collaborates with the Education Planning Office (EPO) to administer disciplinary procedures for the academic program; and coordinates additional school-wide academic programs, including but not limited to the Extended School Year programs, standardized testing, and Curriculum Enhancement classes; and oversees all building operations including food service, transportation, school handbooks, report cards and progress reports, and front office operations.
Master's degree in deaf education, education, or a related field. A minimum five years of teaching, counseling and/or administrative experience in a K-12 academic program for deaf and hard of hearing students. Coursework or experience in administration and supervision required. Demonstrated leadership capabilities. Demonstrated knowledge of educational programming, including the development, implementation, and monitoring of students' Individualized Educational Programs (IEPs) and effective school administration practices and techniques. Excellent writing and communication skills. Fluency in ASL required at time of application.
$69,400 to $124,900
Director-Program Development and SupportDepartment: Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education CenterJob Number: 14093Date Posted: 7/21/2014Status: Accepting applications
Provides extensive professional consultation to the Vice President for the Clerc Center in program planning, program development and advancement, project and resource management and other areas as assigned; provides leadership in professional development programming for Clerc Center teachers and staff by conducting needs assessments and developing and implementing, in cooperation with other senior leaders, an annual plan for professional development; provides leadership to the Principal and Director of Student Life in creating, enhancing, and facilitating an effective living-learning environment for students through school-teacher-dorm collaboration and curriculum infusion in residence hall activities; assesses annual programmatic improvement priorities and operational needs and advises the Vice President on and need plan adjustments, resource management, measurable goals and accountability measures to support priorities and goal achievement; and recommends to the Vice President institutional policies and practices and planning priorities based on systematic needs assessment, data evaluation, and program impact studies.
Master's degree in education, educational administration or related fields. Increasingly responsible leadership and supervisory experience in PreK-12 education or administration. A minimum eight years of successful teaching or administrative experience or related work in a PreK-12 educational program for deaf and hard of hearing students. Proven high-level leadership skills, including building and leading cross-functional teams. Demonstrated ability to effectively lead simultaneous initiatives and/or projects from inception to completion. Ability to interpret and implement regulations, policies and procedures. Excellent interpersonal skills. Demonstrated ability to work effectively with people from diverse backgrounds and to cultivate an atmosphere of teamwork. Knowledge of current trends in the field, including effective practices in the education of deaf and hard of hearing students. Excellent writing and communication skills. Able to converse fluently in high-level professional and academic discourse in American Sign Language.
$83,400 to $150,100
Director, Campus Business DevelopmentDepartment: Business and Support ServicesJob Number: 14072Date Posted: 6/2/2014Status: 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.
Bachelor's Degree in marketing, education, management or related field. A minimum of ten years of experience with budget management, planning and 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.
$83,400 to $150,100
Director, Project ManagementDepartment: Program DevelopmentJob Number: 14024Date Posted: 2/24/2014Status: Accepting applications
Responsible for the daily operations of Campus Design and Construction (CDC) and executes these responsibilities under the leadership of the Executive Director of Campus Design and Construction (Campus Architect). Manages the University's capital improvement projects; oversees CDC and third-party project management staff; oversees CDC managerial operations such as staffing, departmental budgeting, quality control, risk management and internal reporting; and assists the Campus Architect with the development of campus standards and procedures to ensure the effective implementation of Gallaudet's Campus Plan, Strategic Goals and the responsible stewardship of Gallaudet's physical and financial resources in accordance with DeafSpace principles.
Bachelor's degree in architecture and a minimum of ten years of experience as a licensed, project architect with well-rounded experience in all phases of design with an emphasis on project management, construction documents and construction administration. Experience in new construction and renovations of academic, laboratory, office, commercial, residential buildings and parking structures is required. Knowledge of and proficiency with Auto CAD R-10,11,12 and other CAD compatible systems as well as MS Word, MS Excel is required. Good communication and interpersonal skills with proficiency in both English and American Sign Language and in-depth experience in constructing buildings attuned to deaf experiences is highly desired. Demonstrated aptitude for leadership within the deaf community and ability to work within institutional decision making structures is desired.
$83,400 to $150,100
Financial Aid Advisor and Functional/Technical SpecialistDepartment: Chief Enrollment Management Office (CEMO)Job Number: 14029Date Posted: 7/14/2014Status: Accepting applications
Serves a dual role as the technical/functional specialist for the Office of Financial Aid and as a financial aid advisor; handles technical inquiries pertaining to the university's enterprise system; coordinates the use of various software products; coordinates communication between the office and other University offices regarding database management, PeopleSoft issues, and all other technical related issues; and supports ongoing Financial Aid Office activities related to query development, reporting (formal and ad hoc), and assessment activities. As an advisor, reviews and evaluates students' financial aid requests and makes award adjustments and recalculations.
Bachelor's degree in computer science, information technology, accounting, finance or a related field. A minimum five years of professional experience including three years in statistics and/or database management and two years of experience in financial aid, student accounting, or other related higher-education administrative functions. Experience in supporting data analysis activities in a college setting. Proficiency in the utilization of data presentation packages, spreadsheets, word processing applications, and other data analysis tools. Strong communication and teamwork skills are necessary. The ability to present complex data in a succinct, meaningful way to a variety of audiences is also highly valued. Evidence of excellent organizational skills. Ability to work independently. Sign language skills or the willingness to learn and become proficient within a reasonable period of time.
$50,300 to $90,500
Head Cross Country Coach and Head Track Coach/Program CoordinatorDepartment: Athletics DepartmentJob Number: 14096Date Posted: 7/22/2014Status: Accepting applications
Administers competitive Cross Country and Track programs that emphasize integrity and the educational welfare of its student-athletes, and strives for excellence within the University's mission; coordinates recruitment; prepares reports; participates in program and budget planning; develops athletic event schedules; and serves on the Athletics Council; serves as liaison with Academic Advising, 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.
Bachelor's degree required and four years related experience (significant playing and/or coaching experience in the field may be considered). Significant coaching experience required. Thorough knowledge and understanding of NCAA, NEAC, and ECAC guidelines required. Demonstrated skills in developing and motivating students both athletically and academically. Strong commitment to the values of a liberal arts education and an understanding of teacher/coach model in a NCAA Division III athletics program. No sign language skills required but must demonstrate a willingness to learn American Sign Language.
$57,900 to $104,200
Head Men's Soccer Coach/Program CoordinatorDepartment: Athletics DepartmentJob Number: 14064Date Posted: 8/4/2014Status: Accepting applications
Administers a competitive men's soccer program that emphasizes integrity and the educational welfare of its student-athletes, and strives for excellence within the University's mission; coordinates recruitment; prepares reports; participates in program and budget planning; develops athletic event schedules; and serves on the Athletics Council; serves as liaison with Academic Advising, 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.
Bachelor's degree required and a minimum four years of playing and/or coaching experience. Significant coaching experience required. Thorough knowledge and understanding of NCAA and NEAC guidelines required. Demonstrated skills in developing and motivating students both athletically and academically. Strong commitment to the values of a liberal arts education and an understanding of teacher/coach model in a NCAA Division III athletics program. Fluency in American Sign Language (ASL) or a willingness to learn ASL within a reasonable amount of time.
$57,900 to $104,200
Instruction and Reference LibrarianDepartment: University LibraryJob Number: 14095Date Posted: 7/22/2014Status: Accepting applications
Provides reference, instruction, and lending services; supports and promotes the development, enhancement, and assessment of information literacy skills among students, faculty, and staff; selects and maintains assigned areas of the Library collections; works collaboratively with all members of the Library staff to ensure that all services are of the highest quality; and participates in campus, WRLC, and professional development activities.
Master's degree (MLS, MLIS) from an ALA-accredited institution. A minimum two years of teaching or library experience. Commitment to patron services, active learning, and development of information literacy skills. Experience with an integrated library system. Documented evidence of ability to use technology to produce instructional materials. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Basic knowledge of HTML and CSS. Knowledge of MARC, AACR2, RDA, and DDC23. Demonstrated ability to write clearly. Sign language skills required at time of hire.
$50,300 to $90,500
Research Compliance SpecialistDepartment: Office of Sponsored ProgramsJob Number: 13040Date Posted: 9/16/2013Status: Accepting applications
Ensures compliance with required regulations and laws related to research compliance for environmental health and safety, human safety/protection, conflicts of interest/research integrity, technology and material transfer, and other compliance regulatory mandates; provides key policy and analysis support in the preview of federal and state requirements and other government, local, and University mandates to ensure that the University and its employees are in compliance with these regulations; and responsible for provision of training and outreach to raise the awareness of research compliance at Gallaudet.
Bachelor's degree in accounting, business or other field associated with research administration or compliance plus two years professional experience (or Master's degree plus one year of experience) in research compliance within an institution of higher education. Familiarity with research compliance for: environmental health and safety, human safety/protection, conflicts of interest/research integrity, technology and material transfer, and other compliance regulatory mandates inherent in research at institutions of higher education. Excellent communication skills and strong organizational and interpersonal skills. Superior computer skills required to develop reports, maintain data, create special presentations, and electronic retrieval and/or submission of agency-generated compliance materials. Ability to work well under pressure when necessary and to reconcile differing points of view. Willingness to perform complex as well as routine tasks. Sign language skills not required at time of employment but must be willing to learn.
salary range: $42,500 to $76,400
Residential Educator, Boys DormDepartment: Model Secondary School for the Deaf (MSSD)Job Number: 14109Date Posted: 8/26/2014Status: Accepting applications
Provides supervision and guidance to students after school hours; supervises activities; enforces rules and regulations; seeks ways to transfer content of classroom instruction into the residence halls; provides students with multiple options for continuing their learning beyond the school day; assists in developing and facilitating experiences, opportunities and activities that contribute to total development of student; promotes national mission priorities and documents activities.
The Model Secondary School for the Deaf dorms are for high school students, the majority of whom are minors. Therefore, only female applicants may apply for jobs in the girl's dorm and only male applicants may apply for jobs in the boy's dorm.
Bachelor's degree in counseling, sociology, social work, psychology, education, physical education, recreation, family and child services, or related field. Two years experience (experience towards this requirement must be equal to working full time for two years in the jobs specified) working with deaf and hard of hearing students in a residential or school setting, or a summer camp program or a comparable setting. (Bachelor's degree plus four years of full-time professional-level experience as a teacher or resident advisor in a high school setting could be substituted for the specific Bachelor's degree listed above plus two years experience.)
Knowledge and understanding of adolescent needs and characteristics and of deafness. Familiarity with residence hall management approaches and student disciplinary philosophies. Willingness to work evenings and weekends. On-campus residency is required in order to provide on-call services and is contingent upon the availability of housing.
Must possess and submit as a part of the application package current First Aid and CPR certificates at time of hire, or obtain them, or be recertified in them by attending the Clerc Center Student Life Training Institute held in August of each year.
Must possess and submit as part of the application package a current driver's licenses. Must take and pass the Gallaudet University defensive driving safety course, administered by the Gallaudet University Transportation Department, within four months of hire date. Thereafter, the defensive driving safety course must be retaken and passed every three years. Further, must notify the Manager of Residence Education of any and all traffic incidents which result in a ticket being issued by the Police Department of any jurisdiction in the United States.
Fluency in American Sign Language required at time of hire.
$36,978 to $66,598
Senior AccountantDepartment: Finance OfficeJob Number: 13065Date Posted: 12/19/2013Status: 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.
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.
$57,900 to $104,200
Staff Interpreter II, Deaf-Blind ServicesDepartment: Gallaudet Interpreting ServiceJob Number: 14106Date Posted: 8/4/2014Status: 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, primarily for deaf-blind clients; 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.
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: RSC or CDI
3. Have six (6) years of professional interpreting experience of which three (3) years are post certification
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
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.
$48,998 to $88,176
University OmbudsDepartment: President's OfficeJob Number: HR-13021Date Posted: 6/10/2014Status: Accepting applications
Serves as the designated neutral or impartial dispute resolution practitioner whose major function is to provide confidential and informal assistance to constituents of the University community, which includes students, staff, faculty and/or administrators (excluding Clerc Center); the ombuds is neither an advocate for any individual nor the organization but is rather an advocate for fairness, who acts as a source of resolution of concerns and critical situations. In considering any given instance or concern, the point of view of all parties that might be involved are taken into account. This office supplements, but does not replace, the University's existing resources for formal conflict resolution. The Ombuds reports directly to the President and does not accept notice on behalf of the University. In other words, the Ombuds functions independently of existing administrative structures.
(12 month position with 11 month optional/negotiable)
Master's degree and five years of experience in conflict management, organizational change or closely related experience. Must have excellent communication skills and be able to communicate effectively with individuals at all levels of the University and with people with wide variety of backgrounds and cultures. Must have excellent problem-solving skills and be able to gather and analyze information and, as necessary, help the inquirers develop appropriate options and actions. Must be willing to develop comprehensive knowledge and networking skills regarding the University's structure, culture, policies and practices. Must show evidence of ability to use and teach conflict management skills, have strong presentation skills and organize and communicate information to groups varying in size and hierarchical level in the University. Proven discretion and demonstrated ability in personal and professional communications, presentations and written correspondence. Must be able to work as a team member and act as an impartial problem solver. Must have exemplary decision-making and strategic thinking skills to be aware of issues on hand. Fluent American Sign Language skills required at the time of application.
(12 months) $69,400 to $124,900
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