Career opportunities

At SJI, the personal success of our employees matter. We offer a competitive benefit package which includes very affordable health, dental and vision coverage. Long-term disability and life insurance are fully paid by SJI.  We also offer short-term disability, flex 125 health / dependent care, and a 403b retirement plan with matching contributions.

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Indianapolis Location Openings

Teacher of the Deaf

 

JOB TITLE:              Teacher of the Deaf           LOCATION: Indianapolis, IN

STATUS:                 Contract Full-Time

Develops, plans, and implements programming for each child in class in the areas of listening, language, and speech as well as early childhood development. The teacher collaborates with other professionals on the team to create a comprehensive program addressing the needs of the child and supporting his/her family.

Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Deaf Education. Master’s degree in Deaf Education preferred. Should possess teacher certification and be eligible for certification in the state of Indiana. Must demonstrate a desire for ongoing professional development, including seeking Listening and Spoken Language Specialist Certification. LSL mentoring is available.

Qualified applicants should send their cover letters and resumes to Tracy Wambach, Human Resource Manager, Indianapolis, at twambach@sjid.org

Speech Therapist

 

JOB TITLE:              Speech Therapist            LOCATION: Indianapolis, IN

STATUS:                 Contract Full-Time

The Speech Therapist independently interprets test findings, diagnoses the specific errors, makes appropriate recommendations, and designs an individualized remedial program. The Speech Therapist directs and conducts the remedial program for individual children and assesses each student’s progress regarding audition, language, speech, and records appropriately according to departmental guidelines.  The Speech Therapist makes decisions consistent with the school’s philosophy, policies and regulations.  The Speech Therapist collaborates and communicates effectively with parents, teachers, audiologists, supervisor, and other faculty members. The Speech Therapist must be able to determine when referral to other professionals is necessary and make appropriate recommendations. This position follows the academic calendar and reports to the Program Director.

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Qualified applicants should send their cover letters and resumes to Tracy Wambach, Human Resource Manager, Indianapolis, at twambach@sjid.org

Lafayette Location Openings

Speech Therapist

 

JOB TITLE:              Speech Therapist            LOCATION: Lafayette, IN

STATUS:                 Contract Full-Time

The Speech Therapist independently interprets test findings, diagnoses the specific errors, makes appropriate recommendations, and designs an individualized remedial program. The Speech Therapist directs and conducts the remedial program for individual children and assesses each student’s progress regarding audition, language, speech, and records appropriately according to departmental guidelines.  The Speech Therapist makes decisions consistent with the school’s philosophy, policies and regulations.  The Speech Therapist collaborates and communicates effectively with parents, teachers, audiologists, supervisor, and other faculty members. The Speech Therapist must be able to determine when referral to other professionals is necessary and make appropriate recommendations. This position follows the academic calendar and reports to the Program Director.

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Qualified applicants should send their cover letters and resumes to Tracy Wambach, Human Resource Manager, Indianapolis, at twambach@sjid.org

ihear/St. Louis openings

iHear/Molloy Teacher-Therapist

 

JOB TITLE:              iHear/Molloy Teacher-Therapist            LOCATION: St. Louis, MO

STATUS:                 Contract Full-Time

The iHear/ Molloy Teacher-Therapist works with students who have a hearing loss, to develop communication skills using the iHear or Early Intervention program. The iHear/Molloy Teacher-Therapist interprets test findings, diagnoses specific errors, makes appropriate recommendations, and develops outcome plans. Each student’s progress regarding the specific outcomes will be recorded according to iHear/Molloy policies by the Teacher-Therapist. When appropriate, the Teacher-Therapist will make recommendations for referral to another professional as needed. The iHear/Molloy Teacher-Therapist collaborates and communicates effectively with staff members and others. This position works on the Molloy schedule, including the possibility of some evenings and weekends. Click here to view the full job description and requirements.

Qualified applicants should send their cover letters and resumes to Tracy Wambach, Human Resource Manager, Indianapolis, at twambach@sjid.org