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Passion. That’s the common attribute of those that work for our organization.


We are a dedicated team with the mission to help children who are deaf and hard of hearing learn to listen and talk! If you’re ready to make a difference, browse our openings and send us your resume! 

Our mission at Memphis Oral School for the Deaf is empowering deaf children to listen, learn, and talk.  Our vision is to serve all children with hearing loss  and to prepare them for successful entry into kindergarten with speech and language skills that will enable them to develop literacy skills, communicate verbally with their hearing peers, and achieve success in their academic and career goals.

MOSD Seeks New Executive Director

Memphis Oral School for the Deaf seeks an Executive Director who will provide strategic leadership, planning and management for the entire organization and is a passionate advocate for children who are deaf and hard of hearing and their families. The MOSD Board of Directors has named a selection committee to conduct the recruitment and hiring of its next organizational leader.   If you are interested in being considered for this position, please send a resume and cover letter our board-appointed selection committee at 



Positions Available

  • Memphis Oral School for the Deaf is seeking to hire a full-time Development Associate. This individual will assist the Development Director to host fundraising events, engage our community through social media and marketing, and advance the mission of MOSD. The ideal candidate will possess excellent computer, written and verbal communication, and social media skills. Experience with fundraising events and graphic design is preferred. A full position description is available by clicking the position title above. Please send cover letter and resume to: Lindsay Larson, Development Director,

  • Memphis Oral School for the Deaf is seeking a fulltime Speech-Language Pathologist for our vibrant preschool program, focused on the development of listening and spoken language skills in children birth to 6 years of age. Position begins January 3, 2022 an operates on the school calendar! Candidates must have acquired a Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) in order to be eligible to apply. Please send resumes to: Shelly Crais, Educational Services Director, at

  • With growing enrollment in the MOSD Preschool, we are seeking an enthusiastic and personable candidate to be the lead teacher in our 2-year old class of early listeners. A master's degree in Deaf Education is required. Experience preferred. Candidates must have a team player attitude, be flexible, collaborate among staff members, and contribute to a positive environment for children to develop spoken language. If you are interested in our joining our great team, please submit an employment application and your resume to Shelly Crais, Educational Services Director, at

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