Paradise Valley Unified School District No. 69
- High School Diploma or GED.
- Associates Degree, IQAS rating Level 3, RID
Certificate, or interpreter training program graduate preferred.
- Experience interpreting in an educational
- Ability to interpret/transliterate at a normal
conversational rate in American Sign Language, and Straight-English
- Ability to work with other personnel such as
teachers, principals, speech therapists, classroom aides and nurses.
REPORTS TO: Director of Special
- Uphold and enforce school rules, administration
instructions and regulations, Board policy and state regulations.
- Assist in normal classroom routines and
procedures by clarifying concepts, reviewing lessons assigned, and
actively guiding students in the completion of required work as directed
by the teacher and related service staff. Activities may include:
- Preparing specialized
- Daily checks of
- Small group or
of assessment instruments
- Implementing behavior
policies and strategies
- Maintain a high level of ethical behavior and
- Serve as liaison between the Hearing Resource
program and mainstream programs by keeping both parties informed of
studentsí needs and activities.
- Refer regular education staff questions and/or
problems concerning the hearing impaired student to the Hearing Resource
- Take notes when not required to interpret or
arrange for a note taker for the hearing impaired student.
- Participate in meetings as a member of the
educational team as requested.
- Provide assistance to classroom teacher when
student is absent or during interpreting "down time", making
certain that the student's communication needs take precedence.
- Other job-related duties as assigned.
Nine, ten or twelve-month year. Salary and work year to be established by the
EVALUATION: Performance of this job
will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of the Board's policy on
Evaluation of Support Services Personnel.
ACCOMMODATIONS: Decisions regarding appropriate and reasonable accommodation(s) will be
based upon the merits of each situation. The principle criteria will be that of
effectiveness and safety.
REVISED: 7/15/93; 7/1/05