Sign Language Interpreter Jobs: Michigan Teletherapy Educational Interpreter
What's the worst part about going to work? If you said getting to work, well, join the club. Traffic, spilling coffee on yourself, slow drivers in the left lane; we've all been there. So what if I told you that, as a Sign Language Interpreter, you could do something other than VRS, continue to work from home, work regular hours and make more money? If you're interested, keep reading...
I am currently working with a public school district in Michigan that utilizes a revolutionary and cutting-edge teletherapy service called VocoVision (Google it). Currently, they're in need of a Licensed and experienced Educational Interpreter with recent schools experience and a desire to help continue to pioneer this technology in a school setting.
What I'm looking for:
* 4.0 EIPA, RID cert won't hurt either * Someone with experience with or wants to gain experience working 1:1 with a deaf student * Someone who's available for 35hrs a week during typical school hours (8am-3:30pm) * Ready to start ASAP
What you need:
* A computer (duh). More specifically a current model with a webcam and high speed internet access * Some degree of tech-savvy, although we provide considerable training and support on our software * 1/2 of a professional outfit (pants: optional) * Michigan certification and Secondary Cert
Hey, you're still here! It was a lot of words, I know, but we're almost done. I'm setting up interviews for this position as we speak so if you're interested, submit your info (including a current professional resume) and I will be contacting you shortly thereafter. If you would like to reach me to inquire about this position or any other Teletherapy and/or Sign Language Interpreter careers (or just to tell me how funny I am) you can find my contact info listed below.