Ohio Valley Voices, a listening and spoken language program, is currently interviewing for a Listening and Spoken Language Provider in our preschool and K-2nd grade program for the 2018-2019 school year.
• Create individualized lessons to facilitate the development of listening, language, speech, and social skills. • Gather student data for ongoing progress monitoring. • Complete assessments and evaluations as appropriate for individual children and families. • Participate in, contribute to, and update IEPs as needed.
• Bachelor’s Degree in Deaf Education. • Master’s Degree in Deaf Education or Speech Language Pathology preferred. • Currently hold or eligibility to obtain Ohio Department of Education Teaching License. • Strong commitment to listening and spoken language methodology. • Strong planning and organizational skills. • Excellent oral and written communication skills. • Ability to work effectively as a member of a collaborative team.
Internal Number: OVVLSL1819
About Ohio Valley Voices
Ohio Valley Voices' mission is to teach children with hearing loss to listen and talk. Our primary goal is for children with hearing impairment to leave our program speaking within normal limits and reading at or above grade level. Our vision is for all children with hearing loss to have a bright future with endless possibilities. We provide early intervention, oral deaf education through 2nd grade, intensive speech and language therapy, parent education, and support groups for families. We offer a 1:3 therapist to child ratio and complete audiology services, including daily maintenance/repairs on children's cochlear implants and/or hearing aids.