SC School for the Deaf and the Blind

The SC School for the Deaf and the Blind is the state's specialized school for students who are deaf or blind. The main campus is located in Spartanburg, but the school serves students statewide through its campus and outreach programs. 

SC School for the Deaf and the Blind Spartanburg, SC, USA
May 20, 2019
High School
Duties: Conduct a comprehensive educational program that includes: assessing students' academic and habilitative needs, implementing the curriculum (long and short term objectives, lesson plans, and assessments), developing and utilizing appropriate teaching methods, providing professional guidance related to students' needed growth and development, and carrying out the IEP program.  Plans, prepares, and implements Individual Education Plan (IEP) of instruction for the assigned students.  Maintains required documentation to include: student attendance, progress, difficulties, needs, m etc.  Meets with parents to discuss students' needs and progress.  Plans and carries out a classroom management program in the classroom; advises students of acceptable behavior and corrects unacceptable behavior; makes referrals if necessary.  Qualifications: Requires a Bachelor's Degree and SC Teacher Licensure in Mathematics.  Must have the ability to plan IEP's and carry out programs to meet students' needs.   Must be able to implement an academic program for students who are deaf/hard of hearing in accordance with established curriculum standards as specified by the SCDE.   Must also be able to establish a positive working relationship with students, staff, administrators and parents.  Requires the ability to communicate effectively with deaf students and staff.   The position  may require specific communication modalities.
SC School for the Deaf and the Blind Spartanburg, SC, USA
May 20, 2019
Elementary
Duties:  Provides instruction in accordance with the IEP and state standards; monitors individual student progress and adapts teaching materials, methods and techniques as appropriate; teaches students to use a variety of adaptive devices.  Plans and prepares an Individual Education Plan (IEP) of instruction for the assigned students.  Plans and carries out a classroom management program in the classroom; advises students of acceptable behavior and corrects unacceptable behavior, makes referrals if necessary.  Qualifications:   Must have a SC Teacher Licensure in Elementary Education and Licensure in Special Education - Deaf/Hard of Hearing.  Must have the ability to plan IEP's and carry out educational programming to meet students' needs.  Must be familiar with implementation of an academic program for the deaf/hard of hearing in accordance with established curriculum standards as specified by the SC Department of Education.  Must also have the ability to establish positive working relationships with teachers, students, parents, staff members, administrators and related services personnel; must also be able to communicate effectively with deaf students and staff.  This position may require specific communication modalities dependent upon employment placement.
SC School for the Deaf and the Blind 355 Cedar Springs Road, Spartanburg, SC, USA
Apr 25, 2019
Other K-12
Duties: Consult with local school districts and agencies to assist in the assessment and instruction of students who are blind or visually impaired and to families, if required, in accordance with Parts B and C of IDEA.  Assist local school districts in the assessment of identified students who are blind or visually impaired and the reporting of educational and adaptive needs in the areas of cognition, literacy social, self-help and other areas specific to blindness.  Works with local school districts to schedule lessons and provide itinerant instruction in Braille, use of residual vision, adaption of instructional materials and other unique needs of students with visual impairments.  Qualifications:  Requires Bachelor's Degree in Orientation & Mobility and Visual Impairments or related field with current ACVREP certification in Orientation & Mobility; SC Teacher Licensure and two years experience working with students who are blind or visually impaired. Must be able to work effectively and cooperatively with parents, teachers, and other professionals in the provision of services.  Must be proficient in the teaching of Braille and other adaptive skills needed by students who are blind.  Must have considerable knowledge of methods to evaluate the educational needs of visually impaired students.
SC School for the Deaf and the Blind 355 Cedar Springs Road, Spartanburg, SC, USA
Apr 25, 2019
Other K-12
Location: Florence, South Carolina Duties: Consult with local school districts and agencies to assist in the assessment and instruction of students who are blind or visually impaired and to families, if required, in accordance with Parts B and C of IDEA.  Assist local school districts in the assessment of identified students who are blind or visually impaired and the reporting of educational and adaptive needs in the areas of cognition, literacy social, self-help and other areas specific to blindness.  Works with local school districts to schedule lessons and provide itinerant instruction in Braille, use of residual vision, adaption of instructional materials and other unique needs of students with visual impairments.  Qualifications: Requires Bachelor's Degree with SC Teacher Licensure in Visual Impairment and two years experience working with students (birth to 21 years) who are blind or visually impaired.  Orientation and Mobility Credential also preferred.  Must be able to work effectively and cooperatively with parents, teachers, and other professionals in the provision of services.  Must be proficient in the teaching of Braille and other adaptive skills needed by students who are blind.  Must have considerable knowledge of methods to evaluate the educational needs of visually impaired students.
SC School for the Deaf and the Blind Spartanburg, SC, USA
Apr 24, 2019
Elementary
Duties:  Provides instruction in accordance with the IEP and state standards; monitors individual student progress and adapts teaching materials, methods and techniques as appropriate; teaches students to use a variety of adaptive devices.  Plans and prepares an Individual Education Plan (IEP) of instruction for the assigned students.  Plans and carries out a classroom management program in the classroom; advises students of acceptable behavior and corrects unacceptable behavior, makes referrals if necessary. Qualifications:  Must have a SC Teacher Licensure in Elementary Education and Licensure in Special Education - Deaf/Hard of Hearing.  Must have the ability to plan IEP's and carry out educational programming to meet students' needs.  Must be familiar with implementation of an academic program for the deaf/hard of hearing in accordance with established curriculum standards as specified by the SC Department of Education.   Must also have the ability to establish positive working relationships with teachers, students, parents, staff members, administrators and related services personnel; must also be able to communicate effectively with deaf students and staff.   This position may require specific communication modalities dependent upon employment placement.
SC School for the Deaf and the Blind Columbia / Lexington, South Carolina, USA
Mar 27, 2019
Other K-12
Duties: Consult with local school districts and agencies to assist in the assessment and instruction of students who are blind or visually impaired and to families, if required, in accordance with Parts B and C of IDEA.  Assist local school districts in the assessment of identified students who are blind or visually impaired and the reporting of educational and adaptive needs in the areas of cognition, literacy social, self-help and other areas specific to blindness.  Works with local school districts to schedule lessons and provide itinerant instruction in Braille, use of residual vision, adaption of instructional materials and other unique needs of students with visual impairments.  Qualifications:  Requires Bachelor's Degree & SC Teacher License in Visual Impairment and two years' experience working with blind or visually impaired students (birth to 21 years).  Must be able to work effectively and cooperatively with parents, teachers, and other professionals in the provision of services.  Must be proficient in the teaching of Braille and other adaptive skills needed by students who are blind.  Must have considerable knowledge of methods to evaluate the educational needs of visually impaired students.