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Sign Language Interpreter

College of Southern Idaho

Location: Main campus – Twin Falls, ID
Closing Date:
Open until filled

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Summary of Position:

Under minimal supervision, responsible for providing educational interpreting/transliterating services for students/staff at the post-secondary level in a variety of situations.  Sign Language Interpreters provide a variety of direct and indirect services to students and consumers with disabilities as needed. This is a 9-month position, which starts in the middle of August, and ends in the middle of May.

Duties & Responsibilities:

Working in a team-oriented environment, must utilize sound judgement, and maintain appropriate boundaries while providing interpreting/transliterating services.

Duties include:

  1. Maintain professional licensure as an interpreter in the state of Idaho.
  2. Adhere to RID’s Code of Professional Conduct by maintaining a high level of professional interpreter ethics and integrity in dealing with confidential information and with the general nature of services provided.
  3. Interpret/transliterate from sign-to-voice and voice-to-sign.
  4. Develop and expand technical skills and professionalism as an educational interpreter.
  5. Develop a working knowledge of the standards and practices of service to students with disabilities in higher education, especially pertaining to Deaf/Hard of Hearing community.
  6. Provide courteous and professional support to students and faculty, while maintaining appropriate boundaries.
  7. Maintain courteous, professional, and effective relationships with fellow CSI employees.
  8. Be sufficiently adaptable to accept a work schedule that is variable depending on student need.
  9. Work the hours/shifts as assigned, being punctual.
  10. Attend Disability Support Staff meetings and trainings as scheduled.
  11. Provide test reader and scribe services as needed.
  12. Perform other duties as assigned. 


Qualifications and/or Skills:

Prefer minimum of a Bachelor degree in any ASL interpreting/transliterating field, and/or equivalent experience in a similar work environment in addition to the following:

  • Must have a current Interpreter License or Provisional Permit issued by the state of Idaho (Idaho Code 54-2916 to 54-2919).
  • Experience in and ability to collaborate in team interpreting situations.
  • Ability to execute voice to sign/sign to voice interpretation and transliteration fitting the demand of postsecondary learning and teaching environments.
  • Must stay current with new philosophies and best practices in the field of educational interpreting and the advocacy, support and empowerment of persons with disabilities.
  • Sufficient knowledge and understanding of the content in a variety of areas of study in higher education in order to provide accurate and meaningful interpretation/transliteration
  • Must be available to work hours specified by the students’ classes and study schedules.
  • Experience and comfort working with persons with a variety of disabilities.
  • Skills and willingness to work in collaboration with a variety of professionals.
  • Must be able to communicate effectively in oral and written English.
  • Have basic computer and office skills.
  • Valid Idaho driver’s license.

Working Conditions and/or Physical Requirements:

Classroom, lab, fieldtrips/extra-curricular activities, and some travel may be required out of the area to CSI outreach centers and conferences; may be some evening and weekend assignments.  Travel is reimbursable at the CSI rate.

Additional Information:

Position Type
30.00 – USD
Is this position grant-funded?
Months per year?
170 days/9 months
What are the work days/hours?
8 -5, Monday – Friday with flex hours, may be some evening and weekend assignments.
Open to current employees only?
Cover letter required?
Unofficial transcripts required?

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