PARAPROFESSIONALS WITH HEARING
IMPAIRED INTERPRETIVE SKILLS
(POSTED 7-16-12) (START DATE 8/21/12)
1. Valid Ohio Interpreter for the Hearing Impaired
2. Interpretation or Transliteration Certificate in American
Sign Language (ASL).
3. In response to the federal legislation known as
No Child Left Behind
, ONE of the following requirements is needed for
• Complete at least two years of study at an institution of
higher education (
defined as 48 semester or 72 quarter
hours as verified by college transcript from an accredited
institution of higher education
• Obtain an associate (or higher) degree from an accredited
institution of higher education (
defined as any associate
degree program from an accredited institution of higher
• Meet a rigorous standard of quality and demonstrate,
through a formal State or local academic assessment -- (i)
knowledge of, and the ability to assist in instructing
reading, writing and mathematics; or (ii) knowledge of, and
the ability to assist in readiness for reading, writing, and
4. Proficient in communication skills including but not
limited to: American Sign Language (ASL), Pidgin Signed
(PSE) and/or Signed Exact English (SEE).
5. Good human relations with an ability to communicate in a
6. A neat appearance.
7. Experience working with children preferred.
8. Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the
Board of Education may find appropriate and acceptable.
To provide interpretive services and/or physical, emotional
and academic support to students with hearing impairments
1. Provides interpretive services. Uses communication
methods that best meet the needs of assigned students.
with staff to ensure that services are provided in the least
restrictive educational environment.
2. When interpretive services are not needed, assists
students or staff as assigned by the Intervention
3. Supports an inclusive educational environment. Helps
students with disabilities participate in appropriate peer
activities as directed.
4. Assists in the preparation of classroom materials,
displays, and individual student accommodations and
5. Arranges and facilitates interpreting for parent-teacher
conferences, open houses and school programs/assemblies.
6. Assists the Intervention Specialist in routine classroom
and school activities, implementation of IEP services,
plans, student assessment, playground and lunch duty.
7. Assists Special Education students in regular education
classes, including attending class with student and
student supports as needed and or indicated on IEP.
8. Assists Intervention Specialist in maintaining a good
learning environment, including classroom management.
9. Assists students with personal health care needs such as
toileting, personal hygiene and use of adaptive equipment.
10. Participates in professional growth activities.
11. Other duties as assigned by the Superintendent or
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:
193 Days (185 same as teacher's schedule, 8 paid holidays);
7 hours per day excluding lunch to be established by
Salary as provided by the Negotiated Agreement. Work year to
be established by the Board of Education.
All interested employees and others, please complete and
electronically submit an online application (located on the
website) by MONDAY, JULY 23, 2012. We are no longer
accepting paper copies of items such as resumes, cover letters,
you may upload this information onto your online
The Dublin City School District is an Equal Opportunity
Employer and as such does not discriminate on the basis of
sex, age, religion, national origin, ancestry, disability,
veteran status, marital status, or any other status protected