Job Listing - Professional Staff (exempt)
Assistant Principal, KDESDepartment: Kendall Demonstration Elementary School (KDES)Job Number: HR-12093Date Posted: 9/7/2012Status: Accepting and reviewing 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 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 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. Coursework or experience in administration and supervision. Demonstrated leadership capabilities. Five years of teaching, counseling and/or administrative experience in an educational program for deaf and hard of hearing students. Demonstrated knowledge of educational programming and effective school administration practices and techniques. Excellent writing and communication skills. Fluency in ASL required at time of application. Fluency in American Sign Language required. CANDIDATE SELECTED WILL BE REQUIRED TO UNDERGO AND PAY FOR A SUITABILITY BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION.
$67,600 TO $121,500
Coordinator of Inclusion/DifferentiationDepartment: Kendall Demonstration Elementary School (KDES)Job Number: 13026Date Posted: 6/8/2013Status: Accepting applications
Provides leadership to coordinate development, implementation and evaluation in all program areas to maximize achievement of deaf students with disabilities; collaborates and consults with teachers to creation and modifications/accommodations in planning, curriculum, and instruction that create greater access to the general curriculum for deaf students with disabilities; works in collaboration with all staff to problem-solve and to identify innovative, practical, and effective differentiation strategies based on student strengths to meet student learning needs; and identifies best practices at KDES and MSSD, as well as other schools and programs, and works with Clerc Center dissemination staff to share strategies nationwide.
Master's degree in special education, deaf education, or related field. Minimum three years successful teaching experience and five years total experience in school setting with deaf and hard of hearing students. Knowledge of research and best practices in education for students with multiple disabilities. Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with teachers and other professionals. Knowledge of curriculum, instruction, research and best practices in special education, educating students with multiple disabilities, leadership skills, 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 at time of application. CANDIDATE SELECTED WILL BE REQUIRED TO UNDERGO AND PAY FOR A SUITABILITY BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION.
$56,300 to $101,200
Evaluation AssociateDepartment: Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education CenterJob Number: HR-12024Date Posted: 3/19/2012Status: Accepting and reviewing 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 explicate linkages among program resources, current performances, activities, and outcomes; collaborates with
multi-disciplinary teams to plan and conduct evaluations of national mission programs, products, and address internal school-based
evaluation needs; understands how to effectively conduct and communicate educationally based evaluations and interpret current trends in educational implementation sciences; 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 within identified timelines; 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
Master’s degree in program evaluation, educational research, educational psychology, applied social science research or equivalent, and three 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 that may impact the Clerc Center and its national mission. Demonstrated skill using SPSS, Access, Excel, and Power Point. Demonstrated ability to simultaneously handle multiple assignments with critical deadlines. Self-starter with excellent interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills. Demonstrated ability to write clearly and effectively. No American Sign Language required at time of application but must be willing to learn and become proficient within a reasonable period of time. 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 evaluations to which they made a major contribution in the development of and the reporting of results.
• Provide a hand-written writing sample at the time of the interview that reflects the ability to interpret relevant educational data.
Program Support SpecialistDepartment: Department of PsychologyJob Number: 13029Date Posted: 6/17/2013Status: Accepting regular status Gallaudet employee applications only until position is filled
Provides high-quality program and logistical support to the department (including one undergraduate and two graduate degree programs) and ongoing program assistance to graduate students; performs general administrative support functions to the department chair and program directors; supervises and manages the activities of secretarial support personnel; researches topics for the department chair and program directors to support special projects; provides budgetary analysis information and reports; writes budget reports and correspondence with a minimum of supervision; deals with vendors and contracts.
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 psychology 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. Ability to answer voice calls. Sign language skills required.
$33,500 to $60,400
Records and Registration Functional/Technical AnalystDepartment: Office of the RegistrarJob Number: 13028Date Posted: 6/17/2013Status: Accepting regular status Gallaudet employee applications only
Serves as technical/functional analyst for the Registrar's Office; handles technical inquiries as they pertain to PeopleSoft as well as general software systems; coordinates the use of various software products; coordinates communication between the Registrar's Office and other OES offices regarding database management, PeopleSoft issues, and all other technical related issues; supports ongoing Registrar's Office activities; provides a positive image of Gallaudet University and its impact on students in terms of academic growth, professional preparation, and personal growth; promotes Gallaudet as an excellent place to pursue an education.
Bachelor's degree in computer science or a related field. Minimum three years of demonstrated experience working with a variety of software including but not limited to MS Office, Excel or Access. Functional analytical experience with PeopleSoft Student Administration modules or other records management product software. High degree of analytical skills; must be detail-oriented and able to work under deadline pressures. Evidence of excellent organizational skills. Ability to work independently. Service orientation and ability to communicate technical details to non-technical staff clearly and effectively. Fluent American Sign Language skills and excellent interpersonal skills. Deadline: June 21, 2013
$56,300 to $101,200
Residential Educator - GIRLS DORMDepartment: Model Secondary School for the Deaf (MSSD)Job Number: 13027Date Posted: 6/8/2013Status: 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. CANDIDATE SELECTED WILL BE REQUIRED TO UNDERGO AND PAY FOR A SUITABILITY BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION.
(10 month) $35,957 to $64,645
University OmbudsDepartment: President's OfficeJob Number: HR-13021Date Posted: 4/19/2013Status: 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’s community which includes students and their families, applicants, alumni, faculty, staff, administrators, and others as appropriate; serving as a designated neutral, the ombuds is neither an advocate for any individual nor the organization, but rather is an advocate for fairness, who acts as a source for information and referral, and aids in answering individual’s questions, and assists in the resolution of concerns and critical questions; 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; provides third party intervention services which may include shuttle diplomacy, facilitation and mediation; adheres to the Code of Ethics, Standards of Practice, and Identified Best Practices of the International Ombuds Association (IOA), and maintains good standing as a certified member of the IOA and other professional organizations as appropriate. Reports directly to the President.
Master’s or a Juris Doctor degree and three years of experience in conflict management, organizational change, or closely related experience. Must have outstanding communication skills and be able to communicate effectively with individuals at all levels of the organization, and with people from a 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 have exemplary decision-making and strategic thinking skills to be aware of various consequences of decisions made for stakeholders. Must have outstanding conflict resolution skills to teach people how to resolve issues, as well as third party intervention skills (shuttle diplomacy, facilitation and mediation). Must have 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 of varying size and hierarchical levels in the organization. Must have reputation for integrity. Demonstrated experience as an organizational ombuds or impartial complaint-handler. Proven discretion and demonstrated ability in personal and professional communications, presentations, and written correspondence. Must be able to work as a member of a team and act as an impartial problem-solver. Should not be risk-averse and should understand that this position may, on occasion, challenge even the highest levels of the administration in an effort to foster fair and just practices. Fluent sign language skills required at time of application.
$67,600 to $121,500
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