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The School Program is seeking a Teacher of the Deaf or Hard of Hearing.  This role will be expected to provide educational leadership in helping students to actualize their academic, emotional and social growth to its fullest potential.  They must demonstrate a sound theoretical knowledge of curriculum techniques and intervention strategies appropriate to students with a hearing loss who may have additional problems.  Teachers of the Deaf or Hard of Hearing must be able to relate well to students, parents and appropriate representatives of participating school systems and to the entire staff of the school.

This position begins with the June – July 2018 Extended School Year and continues to the 2018-2019 academic year.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Provide direct instructional services to the students in the location and time designated in language, speech, audition and academic areas of the curriculum.
  • Serve as consultants to the other staff members, including regular school staff, pertaining to the special needs of the students in their classroom, sharing specialized expertise that they may possess.
  • Provide educational diagnostic services for their students when appropriate and under the supervision of the Principal of the school.
  • Participate in behavioral observation and intervention programs.
  • Participate in meetings, when relevant to their particular students, to plan instructional and behavioral goals and objectives, and develop methods of instruction.
  • Prepare regular and/or special reports on progress and behavior for parents in accordance with established policy of program.
  • Provide appropriate supportive services to parents.

Desired experience and training:

  • BA in Education of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing,
  • MA in Education of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing,
  • LSLS Cert. AVEd.,
  • Previous experience in deaf education is preferable,
  • Genuine interest in serving the needs of students,
  • Interest and support of Child’s Voice and its mission.

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Substitute Receptionist

Seeking an individual(s) to provide staffing/coverage for the Receptionist position at Child’s Voice. This will be on an as needed basis to cover vacations, sick days, leave, etc. The receptionist position is a high-profile position and is the first person to represent the face of Child’s Voice whether on the phone, or when individuals visit Child’s Voice. Hours when called to cover the position are 7:45 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. and located in Wood Dale, Ill.

NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE. Wage is minimum wage or higher based on experience.

The Substitute Receptionist’s primary accountability is answering the phone, maintaining the access at the main entry to the building and providing basic clerical support services as assigned. The individual in this position is expected to be able to multi-task, while ensuring accuracy and efficiency in all areas. Further, this individual should expect to work under pressure with many interruptions continuously from the phones, staff, vendor deliveries, and visitors.

The Substitute Receptionist is expected to promote goodwill along with conveying a positive and professional image of Child’s Voice and maintain the highest level of confidentiality of all School, student, parent, staff and vendor information.

Required experience and training:

  • Critical attention to detail
  • Proficiency in MS Office, Excel, Word, and Outlook
  • Strong communication skills, both written and oral
  • Self-motivated with excellent organizational skills
  • Ability to multi-task
  • High school diploma
  • Enjoy being around/with children

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VOLUNTEER – Child’s Voice Board of Directors

The Board of Directors of Child’s Voice serves as the governing body and custodian of Child’s Voice investments.  Each member of the Board assumes the responsibility to initiate and establish policies governing Child’s Voice and to maintain a fiduciary responsibility over the financial affairs of the organization. Here is a listing of the roles & responsibilities of a Child’s Voice Board member.  Individuals interested in joining the Board, should complete the application through the link below. Thank you!

  • Support the mission, goals and objectives of Child’s Voice,
  • Attend all Board and committee meetings. (75% minimum for Board meetings required),
  • Serve on a committee of the Board and provide leadership to that committee,
  • Financially contribute to Child’s Voice per the following methods,
    • Each Board member is asked to contribute $1,000 annually,
    • An additional $2,000 is requested in a “GET” of donations solicited and coordinated by the Board member. This encourages Board members to share their excitement and knowledge of Child’s Voice with others and to engage those in attendance at annual events.
  • Attend both the annual Autumn Gala and Golf Tournament in support of Child’s Voice,
  • Attend at least one (1) school function in an academic year (Winter Festival, Recognition Ceremony, Special Friends Day),
  • Adhere to Conflict of Interest and Confidentiality policies at all times,
  • Propose perspective Board members to aid in growth and diversity of the Board,
  • Participate in governance of the Board including annual self-evaluation,
  • Review Board meeting materials prior to the meeting to be informed in matters in need of discussion and/or voting,
  • Express opinions and share expertise during discussions and debates, and speak with one voice regarding final resolutions and determinations of the Board,
  • Promote Child’s Voice and its mission to increase public awareness, understanding and support of the organization in your professional and personal life.

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VOLUNTEER – Snack/Recess Help

Volunteers are needed to staff snack & recess from September – May, Monday – Friday from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

These volunteers will assist and support Teaching Assistants and Teachers through the snack and recess periods. This will include:

  • Provide supervision to children,
  • Assist in maintaining a calm and safe environment,
  • Helping children open food items,
  • Engaging students in play during recess,
  • Speak and converse with students to stimulate conversation and language,
  • And more.

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