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The Learning Center for the Deaf

Position: Secondary Educational Supervisor (Grades 6-12)

Definition: The Educational Supervisor provides leadership and supervision to
promote the effective teaching and learning of students and the
professional development of staff. The responsibilities are both
curricular and supervisory, in compliance with the regulations for
effective teaching and learning established by the Massachusetts
Department of Education and the Core Curriculum Standards.

Requirements: • Graduate degree in the Education of the Deaf or related field.
• Current license as an educator in Massachusetts OR reciprocal
license in another state and prepared to pursue Massachusetts
licensure if hired
• Demonstrates effective communication and interpersonal skills.
• Possesses leadership skills and mature judgment with the ability
to demonstrate creativity and initiative.
• Minimum of five years of teaching experience
• Previous supervisory experience preferred.
• Fluent in American Sign Language

Supervisor: Director of Education

Functions and Responsibilities
Oversees and supervises educational programming which is designed to prepare
students to meet the educational standards established by the Commonwealth
of Massachusetts
Provides educational leadership to meet student’s individual needs and determine
class assignments for students
Provides direct supervision in the performance of all teachers and teacher aides in
his/her department through classroom observations and regularly scheduled
meetings
Implements disciplinary actions, when necessary
Ensures effective collaboration with families, LEAs and other representative
agencies
Works collaboratively with TLC specialists and clinicians
Oversees the development of each student’s IEP goals, objectives and progress
reports
Ensures effective collaboration among all members of the department
Works with the educational team in his/her department to ensure that all TLC
policies and procedures are followed
Assists in developing and maintaining successful partnerships with the
Framingham Public Schools to ensure effective mainstream programming when
applicable
Develops and maintains a budget for the department and secures appropriate and
necessary materials for teaching/learning
Ensures sensitivity to cultural differences within the school community
Assists in the recruitment, selection and recommendation of all staff in his/her
department
Conducts annual evaluations of department staff
Serves as a member of the supervisory team to provide educational leadership to
The Learning Center for the Deaf
Performs other duties as assigned by the Director of Education