Technical Aide Intervenor-2274 Tucson

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Non-Instructional Support



Location:  Tucson 
Employee Status:  Limited Time Appointment
Hours Per Week:  40
Work Calendar:  10-Month
Pay Rate:  $12.80
Other: Willingness to attend Intervener Training presented by the Arizona Deaf/Blind Project.
Advanced ASL Skills required. 

  • Associate’s (or higher) degree or completion of two years (60 semester credit hours) of study at an institution of higher education OR the successful completion of an Arizona Department of Education approved Academic Assessment Test.
  • Experience relative to one or more of the following areas:
    • Audiology
    • Braillist
    • Bridges
    • Information Technology
    • Intervenor
    • Library
    • Low Vision
    • Media
    • Performing Arts
    • Physical Therapy/Occupational Therapy
    • Site Trainer
  • Required to pass a background and fingerprint check.
  • At least two years’ experience with blind/visually impaired, deaf hard of hearing and/or sensory impaired, multiply handicapped students.
  • Audiology – repairing or sending out hearing aids for repair, assistive listening devices; Braille writers, projectors, and audio visual equipment; analyzing hearing aids on an electro-acoustic computer analyzer; performing hearing aid maintenance and ear mold modifications.
  • Braillist – Transcribe materials on a computer into Braille; monitor students on computerized equipment and prepare media materials; prepare instructional materials for visually impaired children.
  • Bridges – Assist with implementing therapy programs developed by bridges specialists; assist in maintaining lab records on children receiving this service; maintain equipment for therapy; and monitor IEP goals.
  • Information Technology – computer hardware and software trouble shooting; data entry and operating the help desk; providing technical support to ASDB as directed.
  • Intervenor – advise on development and assist with implementation of the deaf-blind students IEP; creating instructional materials as needed; progress report data collection.
  • Library – knowledge of Dewey Decimal System; knowledge of library computer applications and internet; ability to perform library related clerical skills; ability to develop and write library lesson plans consistent with student abilities.
  • Low Vision – log requests for low vision services; coordinate low vision clinics; serve as a central resource for ordering products; gather and summarize data for the evaluation of the effectiveness of the low vision program; administer screening tests, accurately record results, and carry out therapeutic programs.
  • Media – Designing, developing, and locating teaching materials for instructional programs; operating video equipment for evaluation, instruction, and information; editing and producing video programs; operating and producing computer graphics.
  • Performing Arts – operating and producing computer graphics; coordinating the scheduling of the use of PAC equipment, facilities, and services.
  • Physical Therapy/Occupational Therapy – assist with implementing physical or occupational therapy programs developed by physical or occupational therapist; maintaining equipment for physical or occupational therapy.
  • Site Trainer – transport, train and monitor students in a variety of community work sites; understand and effectively apply the concepts of supported employment; complete environmental inventories, task analysis, and student evaluations. Complete other related duties as assigned.
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:  Have knowledge of the essential skills related to intervening for deaf-blind students; ability to work cooperatively and effectively in teams; knowledge of educational practices as they apply to educating deaf-blind students.
SPECIAL CONDITIONS/REQUIREMENTS:  Must utilize appropriate personal protective equipment as required.
Benefit eligible employees have a variety of choices for medical, dental, vision, short-term disability, supplemental and dependent life insurance.  Offered plans provide exceptional value to our employees and their eligible dependents.   Employees have a 31-day period from effective date of hire to elected coverage.  Elected benefits could start as early as 2 weeks after hire. 
Benefit eligible employees are automatically covered for basic life, non-smokers, accidental death and dismemberment and seat belt insurance
Benefit eligible employees are automatically enrolled in the State’s retirement plan and long-term disability (LTD) program.  Enrollment is mandatory and is subject to a 26-week waiting period before initial enrollment.  Employees may also choose to participate in a deferred compensation program to take advantage of tax-deferred retirement investments.  Benefit Options also offer Employee Self-Service, Wellness, Tuition Discount, Travel Reduction, Auto & Home Insurance and Purchase Discount Programs.  
For more information contact the Recruiter at:
Persons with a disability may request a reasonable accommodation such as a sign language interpreter or an alternative format by contacting the Recruiter. Requests should be made as early as possible to allow time to arrange the accommodation.
Arizona State Government is an EOE/ADA Reasonable Accommodation Employer.

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AZ State School for the Deaf and Blind

PO Box 88510 , Tucson, AZ 85754

At the following locations

School for the Deaf-Tucson

1200 West Speedway Boulevard , Tucson, AZ 85745