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Part-Time Teacher of the Deaf amp Hard of Hearing

Santa Barbara, CA

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A school district west of Santa Barbara, CA is interviewing now for a teacher of the deaf and hard of hearing for the 2018 u2013 2019 school year. The hired teacher would work through **MEMBERS ONLY**SIGN UP NOW***. on a contract basis to complete this part time position. 2 u2013 2.5 days per week Itinerant Flexible schedule Caseload: K-12th grade, multiple locations, mild to moderate cases Job Requirements: DHH endorsement, teacher certification, new graduates and experienced teachers accepted Job Duties: work closely with students to improve functionality in and outside the classroom, assist in the IEP process u2013 writing, evaluating, attending meetings We are offering a competitive hourly rate along with mileage reimbursement, travel stipends, license reimbursement, and quick interview process. Please submit your resume today if you are interested to learn more. Rebecca Brown Senior Director of Educational Resources **MEMBERS ONLY**SIGN UP NOW***. Local: (770) 325-0308 **** ****

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