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Under the direction of the Interpreter Supervisor, interprets for deaf and hearing impaired students using American Sign Language or transliterating techniques in classes, assemblies, meetings, assessment tests, and appointments. Interprets/transliterates all of the information spoken and/or signed by hearing and hearing-impaired individuals in order to facilitate communication as needed. Maintains confidentiality of information obtained during interpreting assignments and adheres to the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, Inc. Code of Ethics. Maintains positive public relations with students, faculty, and staff.
Graduation from a standard senior high school or the equivalent.
Must posses a current Utah State Interpreters Certification or be able to obtain one within one year of hire date or must posses national RID certification.
Knowledge of the deaf culture, interpreting practices, and of the RID Code of Ethics.
Skill in American Sign Language interpreting, transliteration techniques and in Interpersonal and public relations skills.
Ability to interpret or transliterate according to the preference of the student, faculty, or staff educational lecturers, and in meetings with instructors with consideration of sensitive issues.
Ability to maintain confidentiality and follow written and verbal procedures and instructions.
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