Tennessee Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf


Please see this listing for a position with Partnership!  Staff Interpreter_JDEF_2023.pdf

Clemson University is hiring for the following postition(s) American Sign Language (ASL) - English Interpreter.

The University of Memphis has a posting for "ASL Interpreter/Admin" Please click the logo above for more information!

DT Interpreting is looking for certified, professional medical ASL interpreters who are interested in Video Remote Interpreting (VRI).  We are looking for interpreters with a minimum of two years interpreting in a hospital or healthcare environment and possess superior customer service skills.  

DT Interpreting is one of the oldest and most highly respected organizations in the interpreting space.  It was founded in 1999 and has been an industry-leading provider of interpretation services for the last 23 years.  We are among the first innovators to offer Video Remote Interpreting (VRI) in healthcare and continue to drive the industry forward.

If interested, please forward a resume to Dan Schultz, dschultz@dtinterpreting.com or call 262-409-2452. 

Knox County Public Schools is looking for full time educational interpreters. Please click HERE  to apply.


#BridgesTN and #BridgesWEST are growing, and both are seeking contract ASL interpreters. We are seeking highly-qualified, professional ASL interpreters who, in addition to excellent receptive and expressive language, bring a heart for service and a community-first attitude. We offer a great mentoring program for new interpreters, ongoing, professional development opportunities, and a professional, supportive atmosphere in which to work. Both Nashville and Memphis offer incredible communities and vibrant cities in which to live and work and from which to serve Middle Tennessee and the Mid-South. Living in a surrounding area is absolutely acceptable.

Please email your cover letter, resume, and references to   Eric .

We have a priority need for interpreters who are up to date on all vaccinations and can accept onsite assignments and a need for interpreters who can accept virtual assignments. Both hearing interpreters and Deaf interpreters are encouraged to contact us about opportunities.

Please be sure to email here if you have any job opportunities you would like posted.

TRID Mission Statement

The Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, Inc. promotes excellence in the delivery of interpreting services among diverse users of signed and spoken languages through professional development, networking, advocacy, and standards.

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