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Requirements: Fluent in ASL, Reliable Network Connection and Technology
Location: Tucker or Remote
Are you passionate about teaching ASL? Want a job where you can work from home while spreading knowledge on ASL and Deaf culture? Apply today to be an ASL Instructor for GCDHH.
Our instructors teach classes of 15 students on Zoom or in-person. The classes range from ASL 1 - 3. You will follow the syllabus using the supplemental textbook in an immersive "voice-off" environment and support the students by answering questions during class and through email.
Each course runs for 8 weeks. The class meets once a week for two hours. You are required to use your own computer and webcam for class. ASLPI 4 and teaching expereience preferred.
Requirements: Nationally Certified
Location: Georgia, We accept out-of-state interpreters for remote assignments.
We provide services in person and virtually. GCDHH is one of the only Deaf-owned interpreting agencies in the state of Georgia. We provide services for every kind of assignment from Educational to Medical to Legal. All of our interpreters must hold National Interpreter Certification (NIC, CDI, CI-CT, BEI, CSC) and be qualified to work on a range of assignments. We are always looking for more interpreters, reach out to us today!
Requirements: Fluent in ASL and English, High School Diploma/GED
Job Coaches are community oriented with a passion for helping people find the perfect job. You will work closely with Deaf, DeafBlind, and Hard of Hearing clients searching for employment by providing interview tips, resume building, and accompanying your clients to interviews and training to ensure a smooth transition into independence, competence, and confidence at the workplace.
If you want to assist with breaking barriers and helping others gain employment from a person-centered perspective, reach out to us!
Requirements: Fluent in ASL and English, Reliable Transportation, Tech Savvy, Independent
Location: Georgia (depending on your location)
Are you good with technology? Do you love to problem solve and help people understand how to use their equipment? Do you want to travel across the state and install telecommunications equipment for our TEDP clients? Become an Equipment Trainer with GCDHH!
Equipment Trainers are knowledgeable about the equipment that we distribute through the Georgia Telecommunications Equipment Distribution Program (GATEDP). As a Trainer, you will travel to clients' homes to set up their equipment and teach them how to use it.
If you enjoy traveling and being independent while also connecting with clients and providing excellent customer service, this is the job for you!
Support Service Provider (SSP)
Requirements: Fluent in ASL, SSP training (will provide if needed), 1 year experience working with the DeafBlind community
A Service Support Provider (SSP) is responsible to communicate effectively with the DeafBlind person to whom they are assigned, to act as sighted-guide, and to provide visual/environmental information.
Duties include but are not limited to the formal SSP program, that is, the agency occasionally sponsors or supports community events in which DeafBlind people participate and for which they will need SSPs.
Convey and describe visual information (what you see).
Provide casual interpreting.
Act as a Sighted Guide.
Provide information with which the DeafBlind person is able to make independent decisions.
Comply with our agency SSP policies and abide by ethical and professional practices.
Prepare and submit monthly invoices and reports to the agency in a timely and professional manner.