Tip #1: Singing provides a good sense of rhythm, and the tone helps children with hearing loss recognize the melody in speech.

Careers

The success of our students depends upon the strength of our team. At DePaul School for Hearing and Speech, we are always looking for talented and dedicated people to join our team of experts.

DePaul School offers a professional work environment with school hours and holidays. We value continuing education and provide regular learning opportunities for our staff. Click here to learn more about DePaul School’s programs.

Current Openings:

 

Teaching Assistant (full-time)

Full time position available for a Teaching Assistant in the Preschool Discovery Room at DePaul School for Hearing and Speech 6202 Alder Street in Shadyside.  Hours: 8am – 3:15pm Monday  – Friday.  For more information or to apply, please call 412-924-1012 or send your resume to mjmac@depaulhearingandspeech.org    Position will remain open until qualified candidate is available.

Substitute Teacher (part-time)

DePaul School is looking to fill an immediate need for a part-time substitute teacher.  Candidates must have current PA certifications as a Teacher of the Deaf or other relevant certifications (Elementary Teaching certifications).

Interested applications should send their resume and cover letter to the school principal, Mary Jo Maynard at mjmac@depaulhearingandspeech.org.

 

Substitute Teaching Assistant (part-time)

We are in need of a substitute teaching assistant to help when people are out. This person would assume the role of a TEACHING ASSISTANT – not a teacher.   We would provide training to help this individual learn the assistant position and gain understanding of the philosophy of the school.    This person does not need a certification to work as a sub on this level but would, of course, require all three levels of clearances for PA criminal/child abuse history.

 

 

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careers

Tip #3: Kids do not learn language from watching TV; they learn by interacting with people.