Current Openings

Interested applicants can send their cover letters and resumes to

Hearing Health Navigator

The Navigator will serve as a first line resource for older adults and their care partners, as well as a referral point for other city and community-based organizations seeking to connect residents and clients with affordable, accessible hearing care.

The Navigator will:

  • create and give presentations to various stakeholders, community partners, and residents regarding the options related to leading a hearing healthy lifestyle.
  • receive “warm” referrals from Baltimore City case managers who have direct contact with city residents who access services via the Maryland Access Point (MAP) program—a program that connects city residents with Area Agencies on Aging (AAA) resources.
  • contact the participant and complete a hearing health inventory.
  • refer clients to either HASA, Access HEARS, or other hearing health resources, such as Maryland Relay, based on a set algorithm developed by the three partner organizations.
  • serve as a case manager throughout the process to facilitate access to services and any
    required follow-up.
  • educate community and stakeholders on the importance of living a hearing healthy lifestyle.

We believe the Hearing Health Collaborative will achieve these four goals because of the work of the Hearing Health Navigator:

  • Integrate access to effective communication as a core component of service provisions for an AAA
  • Increase access to affordable hearing care services and support for older adults
  • Strengthen communication and connection among older adults aging at home
  • Support older adults’ ability to live well with hearing loss

This position requires:

  • 1 – 2 years of work experience in a medical, nonprofit, health department, or educational setting.
  • High School Diploma; Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree in related field preferred.
  • Proficiency with Google Suite and Microsoft Office.
  • Strong interpersonal and written communication skills.

Special Education Teacher

Gateway School, a program of HASA, is a non-public school for students ages 2 – 15 with autism, developmental disabilities, and communication disorders. The Special Education Teacher will create and maintain a superior academic environment by developing and implementing a classroom structure consistent with the needs of each student and the classroom in its entirety. Some responsibilities include developing and implementing lesson plans, meeting and instructing classes, writing and implementing IEPs, initiating student evaluations and documenting progress, creating an instructional environment for appropriate development of students, and collaborating effectively with related-services staff to address the students’ needs.

This position requires:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Special Education or related field; Master’s degree preferred.
  • Maryland Certified Special Education Teacher or eligibility for MSDE certification in Special Education (Grade Band 1-8).
  • Experience working with children with disabilities, preferably with autism, developmental and intellectual disabilities, and communication disorders.
  • Ability to provide good verbal, speech, and language models.
  • Experience with applied behavior analytics.
  • Evidence of ability to work effectively with people, parents, staff, related service providers, and various community and professional groups.
  • Computer literacy; experience with Google Suite and Microsoft Office.

Registered Behavior Technician (RBT)

Gateway To School, a program of HASA, is an early intervention program for students ages 2 – 5 diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. We are currently seeking a Registered Behavior Technician that will provide 1:1 behavioral intervention services to students. This individual will be responsible for implementing Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) based programs and protocols, as directed by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and Program Specialist.

A Gateway To School RBT is responsible for pairing with student(s), implementing play-based therapy techniques, supporting student(s) throughout the day including transitioning in halls, lunch, recess, and toileting, collecting daily data, and supporting the student during non-therapy times. A Gateway To School RBT directly reports to a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and Program Specialist.

This position requires:

  • Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) certification.
  • 2+ years’ experience working in special education.
  • College coursework in Applied Behavior Analysis, Autism Studies, Special Education, Psychology, Hearing and Speech Science or related field; Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree preferred.
  • Strong ability to work effectively with caregivers and related-service staff.
  • Competence with Microsoft Office and Google Suite.

Substitute Teacher

Gateway School, a program of HASA, is a non-public school for students ages 2 – 15 with autism, developmental disabilities, and communication disorders. We are currently looking to add Substitute Teachers to our roster.

Interested candidates should have a Bachelor’s degree in Education, Special Education or related field. Experience working with special education students is preferred.

ASL Teacher (part time)

CIRS Interpreting, a program of HASA, is a leading provider of American Sign Language (ASL) and oral interpreters in Maryland. We are currently seeking part-time ASL Teachers for community classes and other HASA-sponsored events.

This position requires:

  • 1 – 2+ years’ previous sign language teaching experience.
  • Familiarity with teaching ASL curriculum.
  • Bachelor’s degree in related field preferred.
  • Deaf culture awareness, sensitivity, and ADA knowledge.
  • Team player and collaborative teaching approach.
  • Commitment to meeting the needs of diverse populations.

This is a part-time position with variable hours, dependent upon upcoming classes and events.

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