Sign Language Interpreter Jobs

As a school sign language interpreter, you empower deaf students by serving as a bridge of communication between teachers and students. You play an essential role in helping deaf students earn a quality education and prepare them for a successful future. At ProCare Therapy, we empower sign language interpreters, like you, to thrive in your career. We offer outstanding sign language interpreter job opportunities at all academic levels – elementary, middle school, high school, and college – and provide ongoing career support, comprehensive benefits and more.

Sign Language Interpreter Responsibilities

A sign language interpreter’s main job is to translate spoken word into American Sign Language. To do so, it is important that a sign language interpreter understands the subject matter of what is being discussed. This ensures a more accurate translation. In the school setting, an interpreter typically works one-on-one with a student and might even use a form of technology to provide interpretation remotely.

How to Become a Sign Language Interpreter

Most Sign Language Interpreters are required to have some form of vocational training or degrees. Some colleges offer sign language programs specifically. Certification requirements typically vary by the employer and are not always required. However, certifications are offered by the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID) and American Translators Association.

Sign Language Interpreter Salary & Job Outlook

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the occupation as a whole is expected to see an 18% growth between 2016 and 2026, which is muster faster than average. The salary you receive will depend on the setting and state you work in. Typically school districts with a larger caseload will pay more, however, there are exceptions to this. Your level of certification can also play a factor in your wage.

If you’re looking for school sign language interpreter jobs in your area or elsewhere in the country, ProCare Therapy can help you find the right job!

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McDonough, GA Sign Language Interpreter, School Based

  • McDonough, Georgia
  • Schools - Sign Language Interpreter
  • 1/8/2021

A Sign Language Interpreter job is open in the McDonough, GA area working with 1 high school student for the remainder of the school year. The Sign Language Interpreter (SLI) must have a 3.5 or higher EIPA score and be able to work 37.5 hours a week following the school schedule onsite. Experience interpreting for school aged children prior is preferred for this SLI job in McDonough, GA  The Interpreter will work full time, follow the school hours and be paid weekly every Friday. Medical insurance benefits are available. 

To apply submit a resume below or email a resume to Rebecca McFall at 

Job Details:

  • 37.5 hours a week, school hours only 
  • 1 high school site, 1 student 
  • interpreting throughout the school day 
  • weekly pay, medical insurance benefits, 401k matching
  • immediate start (1-2 weeks from a job offer)
  • onsite position 


  • EIPA score of 3.5 OR higher or hold valid state of GA license to interpret in schools (through the PSC)
  • experience interpreting with school aged children prior
  • comfortable interpreting in school setting
  • able to start this school year (immediate hire and start)

For more information: 
Rebecca McFall 
Sr. Director of Educational Resources 


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