FREEDOM & FLEXIBILITY FOR DHH TEACHERS.
As a teacher of the deaf and hard of hearing, you play an integral role in a child’s school success. And we are here to do the same for you. Translation? You’ve come to the right place. Like you, at Sunbelt, we genuinely care for the people we work with. This value is demonstrated through our individually tailored personal service that allows us to get to know your goals so we can exceed them. Whether you’re interested in contract school assignments and the rewards that match them, substitute assignments and their flexibility, or direct hire positions and the stability they provide, Sunbelt can interpret your dreams into a reality.
WHAT IS A TEACHER OF THE DEAF?
Teachers of the deaf work with students to provide an education based on core curriculum in such a way that meets the needs of their disabilities. They also teach basic skills including literary and communication techniques. This is a role that is very often a part of forming and following a students’ Individualized Education Program (IEP). Based on the students’ IEP, a teacher of the deaf will seek to fulfill the goals and plans that were formed based on the child’s needs. In this case, a teacher of the deaf is required to maintain the proper ASL certifications to ensure they are equipped to efficiently communicate with their students.
TEACHER OF THE DEAF JOB OUTLOOK
This role’s growth is based on the demand within schools. While the Bureau of Labor Statistics projects a 3% growth rate from 2018 – 2028, teach of the deaf positions are mostly based on a school’s enrollment rate.
Explore the teacher of the deaf and hard of hearing job opportunities waiting for you today and fill out an online application to get started.