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Action Item
DATE: Tuesday, August 1, 2017
TO: School Board Members
FROM: Jeff Eakins, Superintendent
Approve Revised Job Descriptions for Audiologist and Hearing Technician (Educational Access, Opportunity, and Alternatives Division)
The following job descriptions have been revised to reflect adjustments in the scope of work needed to support all students and to comply with state screening mandates:
  • Audiologist, Job Code 10321 (salary range $37,769.53 to $66,200.11)
  • Hearing Technician, Job Code 50860 (salary range $19,756.80 to $31,164.00)
These positions are strategically placed around the district to support students' sensory needs.
• Improve the high school graduation rate • Provide a student-centered learning environment that engages every child • Recruit, support, and retain a highly effective and diverse workforce • Develop, recognize, and reward employees • Develop a culture of respect, trust, and collaboration • Engage and communicate with families and stakeholders • Continuously improve processes and systems • Establish a strong foundation of financial stewardship • Demonstrate "best practices" in all aspects of safety: student, employee, visitor, facility, transportation, and health
The Hearing Technician position is funded fully by the district Part 1 funds in the Educational Access, Opportunity, and Alternatives Division.

Regarding the Audiologist position, because this position provides services for non-disabled students and students with disabilities, including both students with an individual educational plan and students with a 504 plan, the audiologist positions are funded by Part 1 and by the IDEA grant.
SUBMITTED BY:  Jessica Doherty, Department Manager, Performance Evaluation, Human Resources
Marie E. Whelan, Ed.D.   Dr. Alberto Vázquez
Interim Chief Human Resources Officer
(813) 840-7328
  Chief of Staff
(813) 272-4986
    C 4.06
Hillsborough County Public Schools (Florida) * Mtg.#20170801_817 (Board Meeting followed by Public Hearing) * Section C Item# 4.06