~Diane Beard, Teacher of the Deaf/Outreach Programs
CO-Jobs The State of Colorado’s on-line application system.
The Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind (CSDB) is actively seeking candidates interested in rewarding part-time/temporary work in the following areas:
- Substitute Teacher
- Temporary Aide
(works as a classroom assistant and/or in the residential programs)
Interested persons are invited to follow the above link(s) to submit a State of Colorado Application. Please follow instructions contained in the official job announcement to apply online.
Current Resume (including references).
Recent Letters of Recommendation (with signature).
Copy of a valid State of Colorado Driver’s License (if applicable).
Copies of Transcripts (If applicable to verify education).
Copy of Teacher Certification/Substitute Teacher Authorization (if applicable).
High School diploma or equivalent and successful experience working with children or youth required. Prefer experience with Deaf/Hard of Hearing (HOH) children, American Sign Language (ASL) skills or experience with Blind / Visually Impaired children.
A temporary employee pays state, federal and local (if applicable) taxes, Medicare tax, and contributes to the Colorado Public Employees’ Retirement Association (PERA). They also receive Workers’ Compensation coverage. A temporary employee does not receive health/dental/life insurance benefits and does not receive sick/annual/holiday or any other leave benefits. Temporary employees are called to work on an “as-needed” basis; there are no set hours or guarantee of hours.
Substitute Teacher: Employment as a Substitute Teacher requires a Colorado Educator License or Substitute Authorization. Since CSDB is an accredited school, all our faculty members need to hold (or be eligible for) an appropriate license or authorization. For further information regarding licensure, please visit the website for the Colorado Department of Education – Educator Licensing / Services.
Temporary Aide: Beginning January 1, 2013 a change to the State Personnel Rules states that a Temporary Aide is limited to working nine (9) calendar months in a 12-month period. In addition, for a part-time temporary employee, one day worked during a month will constitute a full month worked. After that time, a temporary aide must wait four (4) months before they may work again as a temporary employee for the State of Colorado.
Employment related correspondence should be addressed to:
Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind
Attention: Human Resources
33 North Institute Street
Colorado Springs, CO 80903-3599
Phone: (719) 578-2115
Fax: (719) 578-2239
Email: Gina Rodine, Program Assistant / HR