Sign Language Interpreter- ASL - Atlanta, GA

  • Job Location: 

    Atlanta, GA

  • Category: 

    Schools - Sign Language Interpreter

  • Type: 

    Contract

  • Last Updated: 

    08/07/2018

Sign Language Interpreter (SLI) Job
Atlanta, GA area (South of Atlanta 20 minutes) 

Procare Therapy is actively looking for a Sign Language Interpreter (SLI) starting now and contracted through the 2018-2019 school year. We are in need of an SLI for our school district in the Atlanta, GA area.
 
Requirements:
EIPA score of 3.5 or higher
or RID/NIC certification
Previous experience in the school setting is a plus
 
Details:

Elementary or Middle School position
8:00 AM – 3:00 PM
6.5 hours per day, 1/2 hour unpaid lunch break
August 2018 through May 2019
Students who mainstream into gen ed classrooms on campus
Interpreters typically rotate among students
 
We are ready to screen and interview candidates for this SLI job opportunity

If you are a qualified Sign Language Interpreter contact me to schedule a phone interview by completing the application below or email your resume to michael.walton@procaretherapy.com


Please give me a call if you have any questions at 770-776-2106

Michael Walton
Senior Director of Educational Resources
ProCare Therapy
 

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