DHH Teaching Job near Baltimore, MD

  • Job Location: 

    Baltimore, MD

  • Category: 

    Schools - Deaf / Hard of Hearing Specialist

  • Type: 

    Contract

  • Last Updated: 

    08/10/2018

We've partnered with a great district in Baltimore, Maryland that's in need of a Deaf and Hard of Hearing Teacher for this school year.

Job Details: 

  • Full Time; 35 Hours Per Week
  • Monday - Friday School Schedule 
  • Full School Year Contract
  • K-8th Grade
  • Small Student Caseload
  • MD Teaching License + Deaf and Hard of Hearing Endorsement Required
  • Phone Interviews Being Set Now

Excellent compensation, weekly paychecks, and superior healthcare insurance are offered for this opportunity. If you are not local to the Baltimore area, we can assist with relocation to make this a great traveling position.

To apply for this great school based opportunity, please send a copy of your updated resume directly to me at: Chelsea.Serr@ProCareTherapy.com. Once received, I will be in contact with you in reference to the next steps in the hiring process.

Chelsea Serr

Department Manager

Senior Director of Educational Resources

ProCare Therapy

(770) 776-2063

Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled

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