Exceptional Children's Program Coordinator

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The school has an immediate opening for an Exceptional Children's Program Coordinator. The Exceptional Children's Program Coordinator at ENCSD is a special education staff person who provides leadership and expertise to staff at the school level and responds to parents.  Duties and responsibilities of this position are varied and complex.  Persons in this position must possess a high level of knowledge and expertise in education of students with disabilities, as well as possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

Based on the difficulty and shortage of Skilled, Highly Qualified teachers, we are designating a sign on bonus amount of $7500 for 115c licensed educators whose primary duties are classroom instruction. Highly Qualified is defined as having obtained a NC DPI Certified Teaching license and have the DHH (Deaf and Hard of Hearing) endorsement. 

School Audiologist

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The school has an immediate opening for a School Audiologist. The primary purpose of this position located at Eastern NC School f/t Deaf (ENCSD) is to provide audiological services to students of Eastern NC School for the Deaf. This position organizes an audiological management program that addresses local needs, coordinates audiological services with student services provided by other school and community personnel, assesses the effectiveness of the program, manages facilities and equipment, works with administrative staff and other school personnel to accomplish program goals and objectives, prepares financial reports, and coordinates the orientation of newly appointed speech-language personnel in regard to audiological services. The audiologist designs and implements a mass hearing screening program to meet the educational needs of students at ENCSD.

The audiologist is responsible for scheduling appointments for audiological evaluations, administering standard diagnostic tests and procedures in keeping with individual student needs, promoting effective interpersonal relations with students and parents, obtaining additional/supplementary diagnostic records, formulating conclusions and recommendations, and interpreting diagnostic information.

This position is also responsible for making recommendations regarding the need for further audiological or other support services, coordinating ontological services, assisting in obtaining placement and assessment services for other children being considered for exceptional child placement and providing liaison services designed to effect comprehensive student services.

This is a 10-month position that follows the Academic calendar at Eastern North Carolina School for the Deaf located in Wilson, NC.

CTE Program Coordinator

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The school has an immediate opening for a Career Technical Education (CTE) Program Coordinator. The primary purpose of this position is to coordinate CTE staff and teach students via sign language within the CTE scope and/or work training/vocational portion of the Occupational Course of Study.

This is NOT a School Administrator position and salary is based on the NC DPI 2021-2022 Certified Teacher Salary Schedule and 6% monthly supplement.  This position will manage the OCS portfolios, assist teachers and job coach in leading instructional activities that provide OCS students an opportunity to earn work training/employment hours required under the Occupational Course of Study guidelines. This position will also work to support the development and implementation of transition goals and related activities found in the students' IEP. Provide coordination and support of activities to the Residential Director and other delegated staff during residential time periods of the student's day. This position will require that the employee attend workshops, webinars, conferences and other opportunities in order to stay abreast of expectations of ENCSD and the Department of Public Instruction. This position will require support of departmental sharing in the implementation of vocational assessments utilizing various assessment tools. This is a 10-month position (Monday-Friday).

Based on the difficulty and shortage of Skilled, Highly Qualified teachers, we are designating a sign on bonus amount of $7500 for 115c licensed educators whose primary duties are classroom instruction. Highly Qualified is defined as having obtained a NC DPI Certified Teaching license and have the DHH (Deaf and Hard of Hearing) endorsement. 

Kindergarten Teacher

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The Kindergarten Teacher plans lessons and instructs students in activities according to the North Carolina Standard Course of Study, designed to promote social, emotional, physical, and intellectual growth and development for kindergarten students.

EC Profound and Severe Teacher

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We are actively recruiting for an EC/Severe and Profound Students Teacher for the 2022-2023 School Year. Under general supervision of the School Principal, the EC/Severe and Profound Students Teacher provides special education services to students identified as disabled in accordance with state and federal regulations. Work involves developing and implementing the Individual Education Program (IEP) in classroom settings that are compatible with the student's age and developmental level. The EC/Severe and Profound Students Teacher is responsible for developing lesson plans, adapting materials and designing activities to assist EC students develop appropriate academic, behavioral, and social skills and to meet their IEP goals. The teacher is responsible for monitoring student's progress and for maintaining EC records in compliance with state and federal guidelines. This is a 10-month position that follows the Academic Calendar.

Based on the difficulty and shortage of Skilled, Highly Qualified teachers, we are designating a sign on bonus amount of $7500 for 115c licensed educators whose primary duties are classroom instruction. Highly Qualified is defined as having obtained a NC DPI Certified Teaching license and have the DHH (Deaf and Hard of Hearing) endorsement. 

Elementary Grade Teacher, K-6

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Our school is actively recruiting for a School Educator I, working title: Elementary Grades Teacher for the 2022-2023 School Year. This is a 10-month position that follows the ENCSD Academic/Instructional period calendar. The primary purpose of this position is to provide academic instructional activities with children who are deaf or hard of hearing in one or more of the following areas: linguistic development, motor skills, self-help, social emotional, pre-vocational, pre-academic, academic, health, hygienic, cognitive and/or behavioral in a K-6 classroom, working directly under the academic supervisor. This position provides instruction in an individual or small classroom setting and must be a licensed as a Certified Teacher in the State of NC or be eligible to be licensed.

Registered Nurse, 2nd Shift

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The School has an opening for a 2nd Shift Registered Nurse.  This is a 10-month position, working SUNDAY through THURSDAY that follows the Eastern NC School for the Deaf academic calendar.  This Registered Nurse position will provide professional nursing care to all students enrolled at ENCSD in accordance with standard nursing practice and theory as outlined in the NC Board of Nursing Practice Act, agency regulations, policies, procedure, and physician orders.  This position's purpose is to maximize the quantity of in-class time by reducing the incidence of health-related absenteeism; eliminate or minimize health problems which may impair learning, promote student/staff and community awareness of and participation in healthy behaviors.

Deaf Blind Intervenor

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The primary purpose of this position is to provide direct support to student(s) with deaf/blindness for all or part of the instructional day as determined by the student's Individual Educational Plan (IEP). The decision to designate an intervenor is based on the level of support needed by a student to participate effectively in his/her instructional environment(s) as described by the IEP.

The intervenor works cooperatively with parents and a variety of direct service providers and consultants including: classroom teachers; teachers of children with hearing loss, vision loss or severe disabilities; speech therapists; occupational and physical therapists; orientation and mobility instructors; and other professionals as well as paraprofessionals.

The intervenor assists student(s) with deaf/blindness to actively participate in activities and provides a supportive and effective environment in which the student can learn. The intervenor provides this service within the guidelines of the school, as set forth in its policies and procedures. The intervenor works under the direction and supervision of the Lead Teacher.

The Intervenor's specific duties will be individualized according to the needs of the child and the profile of the current educational placement.

This is a 1st shift, forty (40) hour work week, 10-month position.

Flexible hours may be required as needed by the school calendar, transportation routes or the needs of the program or students. Special activities may require some modification in schedule at the discretion of the supervisor.

Student Health Center Director, Registered Nurse

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The School has an immediate opening for a Nurse Supervisor I, working title: Student Health Center Director. This position provides direction and supervision of all activities related to nursing services at ENCSD. These services include clinical, financial, and human resource management of the Student Health Center.  This position has responsibility for planning, coordinating, implementing, and evaluating the quality of nursing care delivered throughout school campus.

The Student Health Center Director is responsible for administrative duties, overseeing the daily operations of the Student Health Center, ENCSD In-Service Program (coordinating education on health needs to students and staff) which includes the school's Exposure Control Plan, Blood borne Pathogens Training, Diabetes Training and New Hire Orientation. Other assigned campus responsibilities such as conducting Annual Usher Screenings for students age 12 and older, and ensuring team members are properly trained and participating in school wide wellness initiatives. This nursing supervisory position must function at the Contributing Level.

This is a 12-month position that works Monday – Friday 1st (Day Shift) at Eastern North Carolina School for the Deaf located in Wilson, NC.  This position also serves on the Director's Leadership Team.

School Psychologist

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The School is currently recruiting for the position of School Psychologist. The primary purpose of this position is help students succeed academically, socially, and emotionally. The psychologist collaborates with educators, administrators, families, and other mental health professionals to create safe, healthy, and supportive learning environments for all students and strengthen connections between home and school.  Practice in ways that meet all appropriate ethical, professional, and legal standards. Understand and apply federal, state, and local policies and regulations in the delivery of school psychological services. Maintain confidentiality of student records and information. Use technology in ways that are consistent with ethical and responsible professional practice. Recognize issues of diversity that affect routine interactions with other people and organizations. Modify or adapt routine practice to effectively meet these diverse needs. Demonstrate sensitivity and skills needed to work with families, students, and staff from diverse cultures and backgrounds. Employ practices that promote home, school, and community partnerships and enhance learning and mental health goals for students. Identify diverse cultural issues, situations, and other factors that influence family, school, and community interactions and address such issues when developing and providing services.

CTE Carpentry Teacher

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The School is actively recruiting for a CTE Industry and Trades Teacher specializing in the carpentry trade.  Classes are highly focused on the carpentry trade which will set students on a career path to develop skills and prepare them for the workforce after graduation.
 

Based on the difficulty and shortage of Skilled, Highly Qualified teachers, we are designating a sign on bonus amount of $7500 for 115c licensed educators whose primary duties are classroom instruction. Highly Qualified is defined as having obtained a NC DPI Certified Teaching license and have the DHH (Deaf and Hard of Hearing) endorsement. 

Sign Language Interpreter

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The school has an immediate opening for a Sign Language Interpreter. The primary purpose of this position, which is located at Eastern NC School f/t Deaf (ENCSD), is to provide interpretation of sign language (receptive and expressive) for students, staff, parents and school community. Assist with teaching sign language class; assist with scheduling daily assignments and work collaboratively within the school community to develop a safe, inclusive environment for all staff and students.
 
This is a 10-month position that works 1st shift - Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. -  4:30 p.m. at Eastern NC School for the Deaf located in Wilson, NC.  The supervisor can determine flexible hours, provided a 40-hour work week is achieved.

School Speech and Language Pathologist

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The School is actively recruiting for a School Speech-Language Pathologist. Utilizing leadership, advocacy, and collaboration, the school-based Speech-Language Pathologists provides prevention, assessment, and remediation services for students who exhibit difficulties in the areas of language, speech, voice, and fluency. These services are designed to help children meet their educational goals.

Major functions include planning and oversight, screening, testing, diagnosing, advising and conducting therapy sessions.

Cook

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The primary purpose of this position is to cook, prepare and serve nutritious menu items for the school cafeteria and for catering events for the ENCSD students and staff per state and federal guidelines. This position will assure all written physician diet orders/food allergy orders are followed. This position will also maintain a clean and well-organized work area per state and USDA federal food safety and sanitation guidelines and will ensure that inventory for food is sufficient to meet the needs of the school for all meals and events.

 This is a 10-month position that works from 1st shift (Monday – Thursday (6:00 am – 3:00 pm) and Friday (7:00am -1:00pm) at Eastern North Carolina School for the Deaf located in Wilson, NC.

Teacher Assistant

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The major purpose of this position is to provide paraprofessional instructional activities with children who are deaf or hard of hearing in one or more of the following areas: linguistic development, motor skills, self-help, social-emotional, prevocational, pre-academic, academic, health, hygienic, cognitive and/or behavioral in K-12 program working directly with and under the direction the classroom teacher and supervised by the School Principal.

This position is mandatory/essential to school operations position.  This position is a 10-month employee who follows the ENCSD school calendar.

Residential Life Trainer, 3rd Shift

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The primary purpose of this position, located at Eastern NC School f/t Deaf (ENCSD) is to ensure the care, supervision, and welfare of students in a residential setting. The Residential Life Trainer will assist students with needs related to their health impairments, multiple disabilities and/or behavior issues. Assistance will be provided with personal hygiene, behavioral management, and socialization and leisure activities. A trainer may also assist with weekend transportation and field trips to assure the safety of the students when necessary.

Residential Life Trainer, 2nd Shift

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The primary purpose of the Residential Life Trainer involves the care, supervision and welfare of students who are deaf and/or hard of hearing in the residential setting at Eastern NC School for the Deaf. Duties include direct supervision of students while in dormitory areas, dining hall, on transportation routes and on community outings; and helping with homework, daily living skills (dressing, eating, personal care, etc.), social-behavioral management skills and leisure-recreational activities. Additionally, an individual in this position will help transport deaf and/or hard of hearing students; drive State activity buses, vans and automobiles; and act as a monitor in vehicles and on the charter bus. This position will also be responsible for maintaining records, following and implementing procedures/policies, and other assigned duties. The Residential Life Trainer may also aid students who have additional health impairments, multiple disabilities and/or behavior issues. This position may also be called upon based upon a staff rotation list to assist with weekend transportation and field trips to assure the safety of the students.