Sign Language Interpreter Jobs

For a sign language interpreter, you know students come first. You provide a crucial link between spoken language and those who communicate through ASL - helping your student's message be heard.

At Bilingual Therapies, we celebrate all learners and those who serve them - people like you.

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As you browse through our sign language interpreter jobs, we will help you find the perfect fit and sense of belonging that you deserve. 

Sign Language Interpreter Responsibilities

As an SLI, you need to have an excellent memory, listening, and communication skills. It is helpful to be an expert in ASL and well-trained for an American Sign Language job. As a reward for your expertise, you communicate a language that those with hearing loss or impairment struggle to understand. Working with individuals or small groups, a sign language interpreter is an essential piece of the puzzle for students with hearing challenges. Bilingual Therapies has an extensive support network for SLI professionals, and our community of experts can help foster your career.

Sign Language Interpreter Requirements

If you are focused on your SLI career goals, the path to certification is relatively straightforward. Typically, you will need to get a bachelor’s degree, but some states and programs accept an associate degree. While many candidates major in ASL or sign language interpreting, other fields such as English or communications may suffice. Many SLI professionals continue to obtain certification, but it is not typically a requirement for hiring. RID – the Registry for the Interpreters of the Deaf – provides certification, such as the Oral Transliteration Certificate, for those wishing to further their skill set. 

Sign Language Interpreter Salary and Job Outlook

You can expect a wide variety of salaries among sign language interpreters, depending on the setting (hospitals, schools, businesses, government, etc.). Demand is strong for SLIs across all industries: the projected growth rate is 18% by 2026, much higher than average.

Sign Language Interpreter Jobs

Sign language interpreters have a bright future, and here at Bilingual Therapies, we aim to help carry you there. We have in-depth knowledge, expertise, and, most importantly, a welcoming and inspiring family here to support you. With our extensive opportunities from around the country, as well as teletherapy prospects, there is an SLI job waiting for you here. Come join the vibrant Bilingual Therapies community today.

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Sign Language Interpreter Opportunity | 22-23 School Year | California
Schools - Sign Language Interpreter 22 days ago Monterey, CA

Bilingual Therapies is partnering up with an amazing school district in California to find a full-time Sign Language Interpreter for the 22-23 school year! Review the details and apply now!  

Job Type:

  • Full-Time
  • Elementary Caseload
  • More details to be discussed during interview

Qualifications:

  • Requires Bachelor's in ASL or Education Interpreting.
  • SLI certification for California required (EIPA, RID and NIC). 
  • Previous pediatric experience preferred but not required. 

Benefits:

  • Weekly Paychecks
  • Superior Medical Coverage: Health, Dental, and Vision
  • Career Support and Interview Prep

Interested? Please submit your resume directly to [email protected] for prompt consideration as Zoom interviews are actively being held! Pay typically depends on experience and the school's budget. Renewal is encouraged if position seems to be a good fit for you. Looking forward to supporting you through the interview/hiring process :)

Ariana Spitaleri

Recruitment Manager

Ph: 678-459-1123

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