Hallenross is committed to creating a working environment where those providing services and those relying on services feel valued and where oppression is neither foundational nor ignored.
Hallenross prioritizes the provision of quality services, finding the right match considering language and consumer preference, specific cultural knowledge and lived experience, over simply filling appointments.
Hallenross supports our staff on their journeys to becoming the interpreters they want to be: generalists, specialists and/or leaders in the field.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Excellent organizational skills (ability to manage multiple tasks and activities, ability to adhere to a schedule)
Excellent communication skills in both English and ASL
Advanced to excellent abilities to transfer meaning from one language to another
Ability to collaborate and work in teams
Effective interpersonal skills
Strong public speaking/presentation skills
Ability to maintain professional boundaries
In depth knowledge of the RID/NAD Code of Professional Conduct, familiarity with other potentially applicable codes of behavior
Basic computer competencies (email, word processing, internet browsing)
Basic knowledge of videoconferencing software (Zoom, Teams)
Broad general knowledge base
Ability to see interactions through multiple lenses
Ability to manage complex personal emotions and maintain professionalism while on the job
Strong self-care skills
Required Education and Experience:
Preferred Education and Experience:
College degree or other professional training in ASL<>English interpretation
Microsoft software (Word, Excel)
Experience working in deaf/hearing teams
Valid driver’s license and insurance required
ASL<>English interpretation certification by a nationally recognized certifying body preferred
ODE Educational Interpreter License preferred (5 year associate or long term sub)
Physical and Mental Requirements:
Ability to move arms, hands and wrists to produce the 4 parameters of signs (handshape, location, palm orientation and movement)
Ability to articulate English verbally or produce written English
Ability to access both source and target language
Ability to sit or stand for periods of time up to an hour in length
Ability to move independently from parking lot to physical assignment location
Ability to rapidly comprehend and respond to information received by spoken or visual means
RELIABLE TRANSPORTATION IS REQUIRED
Compensation begins at $21.36/hr ($45,000/year) and is based on certification(s), breadth of experience, and degree of independence/versatility.
A successful candidate must be willing to provide interpretation services onsite, individually and in teams, as needed for various customers throughout Central Ohio and beyond.
Resumes, including 3 references (at least one deaf consumer), and letters of interest
may be submitted to: email@example.com
Hallenross & Associates LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In accordance with Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA), we do not discriminate in any aspect of employment, including:
hiring and firing;
compensation, assignment, or classification of employees;
transfer, promotion, layoff, or recall;
use of company facilities;
training and apprenticeship programs;
pay, retirement plans, and disability leave; or
other terms and conditions of employment.