Sign Language Interpeter

Job Description:
Soliant has partnered with a school in scenic north Georgia to place a Sign Language Interpreter for the upcoming school year.
Gainesville, GA is nestled amidst rolling hills and surrounded by orchards and dairy farms.
With Atlanta and Athens both an hour's drive away, you're never too far from the city, and will be able to avoid the notorious congestion of metro Atlanta.
Details of this position below: 2018-2019 Full-time Work with 2 elementary school students EIPA score of 3.
5 at least, or RID certification As a Sign Language Interpreter, applicants will perform the following duties: Assist deaf and hard of hearing students in academic and nonacademic activities, (e.
classroom instruction, non-captioned movies, tests, library, computer lab, recess, sports, music, assemblies, special events, after school activities, etc.
) for the purpose of presenting and/or reinforcing learning concepts.
Implement, under the supervision of an assigned teacher, instructional/behavioral programs and lesson plans for the purpose of assisting the teacher in improving students' academic and life skill success through a defined course of study.
Interpret at various meetings as requested (e.
IEP, individual teacher/parent conferences, etc.
) in order to exchange information with deaf or hard of hearing participants.
Interpret or transliterate all language necessary for students education for the purpose of facilitating effective communication.
Monitor individual students for the purpose of providing assistance as needed and ensuring a quiet, safe and positive learning environment.
Participate in meetings (e.
staff inservice, workshops, etc.
) for the purpose of receiving or conveying information related to serving the general goals of education to the deaf or hard of hearing.
Prepare for daily classroom lectures and activities (e.
set up for speaker, review materials ahead of lectures, etc.
) for the purpose of ensuring clear understanding and interpretation.
Provide support/tutoring to the deaf or hard of hearing student for the purpose of facilitating communication and/or reinforcing classroom objectives.
Respond to inquiries from administrators, teachers and other staff for the purpose of providing information or referring to appropriate personnel.
Tutor deaf or hard of hearing students in a variety of subjects for the purpose of supplementing daily classroom learning and promoting student success.
This is a client with whom Soliant enjoys a solid working relationship.
Previous contractors placed here tell us it's a great place to enjoy work-life balance while providing support to some wonderful students.
To apply, please use the form below, or e-mail your resume to Monica Guu at monica.
com I welcome phone inquiries at (770) 723-3774 Apply Now Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled

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