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Interpreter
Closing date: April 4, 2014

The Center for Accessible Living in Louisville is currently seeking someone to fill an interpreter vacancy.

Position announcement and description...

 

Certified Masters Teacher (P.E.)
Closing date: No closing date.

Arkansas School for the Deaf in Little Rock, Arkansas has a position vacancy for a Certified Masters Teacher (P.E.).

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Administrator
Application Deadline: April 15, 2014.

KyADAPT is a non-profit agency that coordinates services for deaf and hard of hearing adults who need independent living supports. The program is based in Danville, Kentucky.

KyADAPT is advertising for an Administration position. This will be a part-time contract position, starting on or about July 1, 2014.

See the position announcement.

 

Interpreter-Louisville
Closing date: None specified.

A Staff Interpreter facilitates communication between persons who are deaf/hard of hearing and all aspects of the public and private sector, which may include, but are not limited to academic, business and other entities as needed and appropriate.

View the job requisition.

 

Amazon Warehouse Jobs
Closing date: None specified.

The following was submitted by Integrity Staffing Solutions

WAREHOUSE JOBS AVAILABLE!! Up to $11/hr.

Complete your application online: www.integrityjobsshepherdsville.com then schedule your interview appointment time and date.

If you have already completed the online application and only need to schedule an appointment time: visit us www.integritystaffing.com/shepherdsvilleappointments

We are located at 1707 Cedar Grove Rd. Suite 12, Shepherdsville, KY 40165 (in the Cedar Grove shopping center). When you come in for your interview, please remember to bring valid I-9 documentation showing you are eligible to work in the U.S. as well as your proof of graduation or GED. All employment offers are conditional upon the successful completion of a background check and drug test.

We are accepting applications & interviews for all future opportunities, so apply today!

Read their flyer.

 

Coordinator, Deaf and Hard of Hearing Student Services
Closing date: Open Until Filled.

Western Kentucky University (WKU), Office of Student Disability Services (OSDS), is seeking applications for a Coordinator, Deaf and Hard of Hearing Student Services. This full-time, 12-month, state, grant-funded position is designed to meet legislative requirements for servicing academic interpreting and captioning needs of deaf and hard of hearing students. The Coordinator, Deaf and Hard of Hearing Student Services is responsible for the coordination of services to provide communication access and support to the University's deaf and hard of hearing student population. The Coordinator, Deaf and Hard of Hearing Student Services reports directly to the Director, OSDS.

Read their position announcement.

 

Training for DUI Instructors for DHH Communities
Closing date: April 15, 2014.

Below is a copy of an email from Michelle Niehaus.

Hello!

In an effort to expand the services available to Deaf or Hard of Hearing individuals in their preferred mode of communication, the Department is working to recruit Deaf or Hard of Hearing trainers to do the Prime for Life curriculum required of individuals with DUIs. This three day training will be provided free of charge and will prepare those who pass the certification test to deliver the curriculum in ASL or the individual's best language. Trainers generally charge $200-300 per 20 hour session.

Training dates for 2014 are February 4th-6th, May 6th-8th, and October 7th-9th. Each will take place in Lexington.

More information about the curriculum can be found on their Web site.

Please complete the application form it and return it to Michelle.Niehaus@ky.gov or to my attention at (502) 564-9010. All applicants must have a bachelor's degree to be eligible. We would like to have trainers representing each region of the state if possible.

Many thanks,
Michelle Niehaus, LCSW
Program Administrator
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services
KY DBHDID

 


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