ASL Specialist at West Tennessee School for the Deaf
Full time staff position with Deaf Connect in Memphis
Clinical Assistant Professor or Lecturer in American Sign Language Education
Department of Theory and Practice in Teacher Education
College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences
The University of Tennessee
My name is Ashley Bradford, Project Manager at Alliance Business Solutions. I am contacting you in regards to an opportunity we are offering in Alaska beginning next month. Please see project details below.
Project Type: Onsite Interpreting
Project Language: English <> ASL
Project Location: Shungnak, AK
Project Date: August 13, 2018 to December 14, 2018
Project Compensation: $1,200/week plus $40/day per diem (7 days/week)
Additional Notes: Interpretation needed between primary student (8 y/o) and his teachers during fall semester.
Project Minimum Requirement: EIPA 4.0
This project requires interpretation 5 days/week 8 hours/day. There will be breaks in interpreting throughout the day, so this will only require one interpreter. Room, board, and round-trip travel will be covered along with $40/day (7 days/week) per diem. Compensation will be issued weekly via direct deposit.
If you would like to be considered for this opportunity, please email a copy of your resume to me.
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