Illinois School Sign Language Interpreter - Full Time

  • Job Location: 

    Elgin, IL

  • Category: 

    Schools - Sign Language Interpreter

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ProCare is working with a school district that has multiple openings for a Sign Language Interpreter on the outskirts of Chicago, Illinois.  One of those opportunities is in Aurora, IL.  It is a full-time opportunity that will be contracted.   

You will only be about 30-45 minutes outside of the beautiful city of Chicago.  The hometown foods, sports teams and attractions in general makes this area a heavily sought out destination.

Job Duties:  Caseload will be contingent upon experience

Qualifications:  Must have ISBE Approval as an Educational Interpreter, Bachelor’s Degree in SLI and Education Certification in Illinois

Industry:  Education

Employment Type: Full-Time, Contract

If this may not be the specific caseload you’re interested in or area you’re looking to make your next move to, do not hesitate to reach out to me to learn about other jobs and opportunities that will better suit you.  We also offer tele-therapy positions.  I’m here to assist you.  You can reach me via phone at 770-225-3089.  For interested candidates, you can expedite this process by emailing your resume to 


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