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Updated June 7, 2021
COLUMBIA REGIONAL PROGRAM IS HIRING IN OUR BLIND/VISUALLY IMPAIRED (BVI) AND DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING (DHH) PROGRAMS!
Teacher of the Visually Impaired/Orientation and Mobility Specialist (TVI/O&M)
Teacher of the Visually Impaired, Early Intervention/Early Childhood Special EducationOur Blind/Visually Impaired (BVI) services team is excited to announce the opening of three positions for the 2021-2022 school year, including one full-time Teacher of the Visually Impaired/Orientation and Mobility Specialist (TVI/O&M) position and two full-time positions for TVI’s with experience in early intervention and early childhood special education (EI/ECSE).
We have a large BVI team of TVI’s and O&Ms, and we are dedicated to improving our skills as teachers through professional development, peer support and mentoring. The BVI team works collaboratively, sharing resources and best practices. We are committed to providing the best possible educational services to our students as well as the teams we work with.
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Positions: EI/ECSE Teacher, ASL Specialist/Teacher on Special Assignemnt (TOSA)Columbia Regional Program is looking for highly skilled and motivated professionals, familiar with a range of Deaf and Hard of Hearing services, to join our dynamic and collaborative team of professionals!
- To complete the online application, go to the Employment Opportunities page on the Portland Public Schools website.
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- If you have questions please feel free to contact Pam Goska at firstname.lastname@example.org
Columbia Regional Program - Deaf Education EI/ECSE Itinerant Teacher - 1.0 FTE
Careers.pps.net search for Job# 21823
Applicant Pool 2021-2022 SY - Columbia Regional Program - Deaf Education EI/ECSE Itinerant Teacher - 1.0 FTE
Careers.pps.net search for Job# 21824Columbia Regional Program - American Sign Language (ASL) Specialist/Teacher on Special Assignment (TOSA) - 1.0 FTEPositions: Columbia Regional Program Deaf/Hard of Hearing - Sign Language Interpreter - 0.813 FTE (we have 2 Openings)Our Deaf/Hard of Hearing Program is looking for highly qualified, energetic, enthusiastic Sign Language interpreters. If you love to work in the educational environment, apply today!
VIEW POSITIONS AND APPLY
All current CRP job openings are viewable via the Portland Public Schools Job Board. To get started with your search and setup your online application, begin by visiting the Employment Opportunities page on the Portland Public Schools (PPS) website. Please note our positions are included with many other PPS positions, so we suggest entering the search term "Columbia Regional Program" to show CRP positions only.
Questions? Give us a call at 503.916.5570 and select the program of interest.
CRP is continually looking for strong prospective candidates who are interested in joining our organization. You are welcome to contact one of our administrators to discuss options and potential opportunities that may be available. We are also happy to discuss licensure and related requirements for employment at CRP and in Oregon.
ABOUT COLUMBIA REGIONAL PROGRAM
Columbia Regional Program is the largest program in the state serving students with low incidence disabilities, from birth-to-21.
We employ an extraordinary team of professionals including autism specialists, teachers of the visually impaired, teachers of the deaf and hard of hearing, speech-language pathologists, and others.
We partner with twenty-two school districts and three early childhood programs, spread across four counties.
WORKING AT CRP
Columbia Regional Program is part of Portland Public Schools, offering highly competitive pay and benefit packages to our staff.
We maintain a vibrant culture of professionalism, mutual respect, and a steadfast commitment to student achievement. We foster lifelong learning and collaboration across programs and agencies. We are child-centered, and very proud of our staff, who are highly trained in their areas of specialization and provide excellence in teaching and training.