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JOBS AVAILABLE FOR DEAF

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Position:
HOVRS Representative. This is a contract position only

Date posted:
08/15/07 (Open until filled)

Brief summary of duties:
Hands On Video Relay Services (HOVRS) is seeking candidates to be responsible for educating and training customers within their respective regions. A HOVRS Representative will educate and train customers on how to set up and use HOVRS features, options and various services. Tasks will also include; researching upcoming marketing events, participating in community events such as school or social gatherings. While at such events, the HOVRS Representative will provide attendees with information about HOVRS and our services. They will also be responsible for collecting data and information from these local events to be used within the marketing and outreach departments at HOVRS. Additionally, the HOVRS Representative will assist the marketing team in setting up booths at trade shows, schools and various events. The Representative may also be responsible for assisting Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing customers in setting up video products in their home; such as web cams, D-Link, i-Sight, and box top receivers. Training these new customers on how to place a video relay call through HOVRS will also be conducted by the HOVRS Representative.

Minimum Qualification Requirements:
- Technical experience in the area of residential firewalls/routers is beneficial but not required
- PC and Macintosh troubleshooting experience are beneficial but not required.
- Fluent in ASL
- Previous telephone and written communication skills are required
- Excellent interpersonal skills to be used to develop and improve lasting relations with customers
- Strong decision making and problem solving skills
- Attention to detail
- Customer care focused
- Ability to work as a team player
- Demonstrate willingness to work a flexible schedule in order to meet customer's needs.
- Experience with Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Keynote presentation software preferred.

How to apply:
Please submit your resume or application to:

Hands On Video Relay Services, Inc.
Attn: Norman Chan
595 Menlo Drive
Rocklin, CA 95765
EMAIL: nchan@hovrs.com
FAX: 888-900-9477

Web Page:
www.hovrs.com


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Subj: Teacher
Date: Wed, 7 Jun 2006 14:25:08 -0700
From: bendchildcare@tmail.com
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POSTED 7 Jun 06 -
Our school is currently searching for a deaf individual that loves
children to come and work with our team! We serve both the deaf and
hearing communities in Bend, Oregon. We are searcing for an
infant/toddler teacher and a preschool teacher. Experiance prefered or
background in Early Childhood Education. Good pay, vacation and full
benifit package.

Visit our web page at www.bendpreschool.com for more info about
our school.

Please send resumes to bendchildcare@tmail.com

-- Ruth,


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POSTED: 3 Feb 06

Dear Cordell,

I found this training job with Oregon DHS. They want someone who has experience with deaf culture and ASL, etc. It would be a nice mid-level job for the right person. Please post on your deaf news website, if you think that would be appropriate.

http://egov.oregon.gov//DHS/jobs/LEHS6055.shtml

Thanks for all you do!

Mary

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POSTED: 01/25/05

From: BJ Crossland
To: deafjobs@yahoo.com

Mental Health Counselor/Case Manager working with Deaf, Hard of Hearing and Late Deafened

Northwest Human Services, as innovative, not-for-profit health care and social service agency is accepting applications/resumes for a Counselor/Case Manager working with people who are Deaf, hard-of-hearing or late deafened. Considered candidates will possess a master's degree in counseling or related field. Qualified candidates must demonstrate excellent communication skills in American Sign Language.

Opportunities for broad experience and growth are excellent. Salary range is DOE, with excellent benefits. Please send resume or apply in person to
NWHS,
681 Center St. NE,
Salem, OR 97301
EOE.

If you know of any listing services that will work with the deaf, please send them to me at: cordellv@yahoo.com

We will list them here free of charge.

LINKS TO LOCAL COMPANIES
KNOWN TO HIRE DEAF

Hands On Video Relay Services, Inc.
Attn: Norman Chan
595 Menlo Drive
Rocklin, CA 95765
EMAIL: nchan@hovrs.com
FAX: 888-900-9477

Web Page:
www.hovrs.com
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Northwest Human Services
681 Center St. NE,
Salem, OR 97301
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State of Oregon
http://egov.oregon.gov//DHS/jobs/LEHS6055.shtml
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Bend Preschool
Visit our web page at www.bendpreschool.com for more info about
our school.

Please send resumes to bendchildcare@tmail.com ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR DEAF

WESTERN OREGON UNIVERSITY

The Teacher Preparation:
Deaf Education (TPD) Program at Western Oregon University offers students a solid foundation for making significant contributions to the teaching profession.

Course content and training methods are in keeping with current research findings and best practices in deaf education. It is our goal that our graduates become successful leaders in the field. One hundred percent of graduates from this program find employment in such professional settings as residential schools, self-contained classrooms, resource rooms, special classes and itinerant settings; or to function as consultants to teachers with deaf and hard of hearing students in regular classrooms.

REQUIREMENTS:
Applicants must be proficient in American Sign Language and hold an elementary or secondary teaching degree or equivalent course work. The TPD program also accept students who do not currently hold regular education teaching licenses and they will take a 12-credit block of general teacher education courses. Classes will begin in the 2001 fall session.

A Bachelor's degree is required to apply, as well as proficiency in ASL.

APPLICATION DUE DATE: MARCH 15, 2001

* Tuition waivers and/or stipends are available to qualified students contingent upon continued federal funding.

WEB SITE:
For more information, visit our web site: www.wou.edu/rrcd

CONTACT:
If you are interested in applying for our TPD program, please contact:
LAURENE GALLIMORE
COORDINATOR/PROFESSOR
TEACHER PREPARATION: DEAF EDUCATION
WESTERN OREGON UNIVERSITY
MONMOUTH, OR 97361
(503) 838-8444 (V/TTY)
Email: GALLIML@WOU.EDU

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