A part-time position (25 hours / week) for a technician-technician for Louis-Philippe-Paré High School in Châteauguay.
Nature of work
The main and usual role of the employee in this class of employment is to interpret for the students who are deaf or hard of hearing the spoken message of the persons with whom the student must communicate during classes and other activities related to the educational life.
The employee in this class interprets simultaneously the spoken message of teachers and others during classes and other activities related to the educational life of deaf or hard of hearing students using different modes of communication. In addition, she simultaneously and fully interprets the student's message for the same people.
She assists students to facilitate their learning and social and academic integration.
It can be called, in the case where the student, in addition to his hearing impairment, has difficulties of adaptation or learning, to provide him with an appropriate assistance.
She may be called to participate in various meetings to agree on signs to use for notions that have not yet been interpreted or meetings to develop an intervention plan to convey observations about behavior, adaptation difficulties and learning difficulties of a student and applies the measures adopted within the limits of its function.
It may be required to initiate less experienced technicians and to coordinate the work of support staff in the tasks performed by such personnel in carrying out programs or technical operations for which they are responsible.
If necessary, she performs any other related tasks.
Education and experience
Hold a college diploma in a technique appropriate to the class of employment or hold a diploma or a certificate of studies whose equivalence is recognized by the competent authority, and have at least two (2) years of interpreting experience.
Know the Sign Language of Quebec (L.S.Q.)
Between $ 22.74 and $ 31.99 / hour, according to the collective agreement in effect.
Interested persons must send their curriculum by clicking on the APPLY button before 4 pm on August 13, 2019.
The Commission scolaire des Grandes-Seigneuries (CSDGS) is engaged in an employment equity program and invites women, visible and ethnic minorities, Aboriginal people and persons with disabilities to apply. / p>
The CSDGS thanks all candidates for their interest, but will only contact those selected.
No acknowledgment will be issued.