Provide in-person interpreting services in a variety of settings (health, education, and social services, social) in order to facilitate communication between providers and consumer served. Serve as a cultural and linguistic resource to both consumer and providers. Associate degree or higher from an accredited Interpreting
Willingness and ability to travel to assignments necessary.
Training program or equivalent experience with ASL. Ability to express oneself through manual communication skills (sign language, expressive and receptive and oral support techniques).