Experience teaching American Sign Language to students.
Understanding of methodology of teaching foreign language at the secondary level.
Experience developing and implementing ASL curriculum.
Ability to work effectively as a team member with colleagues.
Flexible, dependable and highly organized.
Excellent interpersonal skills.
Ability to teach ASL as a foreign language.
Must have or be eligible for Virginia licensure.
Hold a current, valid qualified or professional certification by the American Sign Language Teachers Association; or
Hold a current, valid Virginia Quality Assurance Screening Level III Interpreting Certification or higher issued by the Virginia Department for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing; or
Hold a current, valid Registry of Interpreters for Deaf certification at least one of the following: Certification of Interpretation (CI), Certification of Deaf Interpretation (CDI), Reverse Skills Certification (RSC), or Comprehensive Skills Certification (CSC); or
Hold a current, valid National Association for the Deaf Level IV Certification or higher, and
Earned a minimum of three semester hours of methods of teaching foreign languages at the elementary and secondary levels from a regionally accredited college or university.
Additional Salary Information: Salary depends on education and experience.
About Arlington Public Schools
Arlington Public Schools (APS) serves the citizens of Arlington, Virginia’s geographically smallest county, located across the Potomac River from the District of Columbia. APS educates one of the nation’s most diverse and sophisticated student populations – students come from 127 countries and speak 105 different languages. The school system is financially strong, with wonderful teachers and staff, and a high level of community support, along with multiple programs to meet individual student needs.