Teacher of the Deaf/Hard of Hearing--Middle School
30,000-34,000 depending on degree/experience
May 5, 2000
May 15, 2000 or until filled
M-F, 7:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Term of Employment:
Full school year--starting date August 21, 2000
Valid Michigan Teaching Certificate
Endorsement in HI
Ability to be flexible and adapt to different learning styles/communication
needs of students
Proficient in American Sign Language
Capable of coordinating services with mainstream regular education
Good communication skills with parents and other professionals
Excellent organizational skills
Summary of Work and Responsibilities:
Northview Public Schools maintains a total communication program for
deaf/hard of hearing students within Kent County. The full time staff person
working at the Middle School is responsible for scheduling, teaching
self-contained classes, and providing both on-site consultation and resources for mainstream teachers.
This person must enjoy working with a wide variety of individuals--both
professionals and students--and must be willing to work cooperatively for the
best academic programming possible for students. Northview Program for the Deaf/HH works
to provide a culturally Deaf environment for its deaf/hard of hearing students
and seeks individuals who recognize the imortance of this aspect of personal development in
students in addition to academic skills.
Knowledge and Skills Needed:
Individuals with exceptional ASL skills as well as the ability to develop
lessons and adapt curriculum to meet the needs of deaf/hard of hearing
students are encourage to apply.
Request/Submit Application To:
Ms. Sandra Soltau, Supervisor Deaf/HH Program
Northview Public Schools
4561 Hunsberger Ave, NE
Grand Rapids, MI 49525
**Deaf/Hard of Hearing Individuals are encouraged to apply.
Uploaded by: Kim Williams/Kent State University/Deaf Education