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RESPONSIBILITIES The Office of Reasonable Accommodations & Accessibility (ORAA) has immediate opening for Sign Language Interpreters to provide interpreting and transliterating services for Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DHH) employees.The incumbent will:-Plan, organize, and implement American Sign Language (ASL) interpreting services; interpret complex subject matter in a variety of classified, highly technical, sensitive and unique situations from polygraphs, high profile platform interpreting and highly technical transliterations to training and informational discussions for various disciplines and personnel to include Engineers, Mathematicians and Computer Scientists. -Exhibit discretion, professionalism, and sensitivity to workplace diversity issues.-Travel to provide accommodations may be required.If needed:-Conduct internal training on Deaf awareness issues-Suggest best practice solutions to problems/issues involving DHH employees-Support other programs and services provided by ORAA-Maintain accurate and timely accounting of assignments-Have, or be willing to acquire, skills in the Pro-Tactile method of interpreting for Deaf-Blind individuals SKILLS The candidate must have:- Minimum of four years' experience as an ASL Interpreter- RID Certification.- Adherence to the RID Code of Professional Conduct.The ideal candidate should have:- At least one year of experience as an ASL Interpreter in the DOD or IC community.- Ability to interpret highly specialized terminology and adapt to a wide variety of interpreting settings, incorporating new signs as appropriate to facilitate a cryptologic-associated vocabulary.- Ability to negotiate and develop informal resolutions with personnel at all levels.- Superior working knowledge of ASL, Pidgin Signed English (PSE), and Manually Coded English (MCE) in order to simultaneously transliterate in a variety of settings- Knowledge of services, equipment, and resources available in accommodating individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing in order to accurately provide an appropriate fit for associated needs.- Outstanding oral and written communications skills.- Skill indicating nuances and tones associated with verbal communication in order to accurately convey the intended message.- Experience with Intranet, Internet, Mic
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RESPONSIBILITIES The Office of Reasonable Accommodations & Accessibility (ORAA) has immediate opening for Sign Language Interpreters to provide interpreting and transliterating services for Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DHH) employees.The incumbent will:-Plan, organize, and implement American Sign Language (ASL) interpreting services; interpret complex subject matter in a variety of classified, highly technical, sensitive and unique situations from polygraphs, high profile platform interpreting and highly technical transliterations to training and informational discussions for various disciplines and personnel to include Engineers, Mathematicians and Computer Scientists. -Exhibit discretion, professionalism, and sensitivity to workplace diversity issues.-Travel to provide accommodations may be required.If needed:-Conduct internal training on Deaf awareness issues-Suggest best practice solutions to problems/issues involving DHH employees-Support other programs and services provided by ORAA-Maintain accurate and timely accounting of assignments-Have, or be willing to acquire, skills in the Pro-Tactile method of interpreting for Deaf-Blind individuals SKILLS The candidate must have:- Minimum of four years' experience as an ASL Interpreter- RID Certification.- Adherence to the RID Code of Professional Conduct.The ideal candidate should have:- At least one year of experience as an ASL Interpreter in the DOD or IC community.- Ability to interpret highly specialized terminology and adapt to a wide variety of interpreting settings, incorporating new signs as appropriate to facilitate a cryptologic-associated vocabulary.- Ability to negotiate and develop informal resolutions with personnel at all levels.- Superior working knowledge of ASL, Pidgin Signed English (PSE), and Manually Coded English (MCE) in order to simultaneously transliterate in a variety of settings- Knowledge of services, equipment, and resources available in accommodating individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing in order to accurately provide an appropriate fit for associated needs.- Outstanding oral and written communications skills.- Skill indicating nuances and tones associated with verbal communication in order to accurately convey the intended message.- Experience with Intranet, Internet, Mic
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Subcategoría: Otros empleos ›
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