Public Health & Equity
Interpreter Program C.C.S.
Deadline to Apply - June 30th
This is a great opportunity for sign language interpreters. I thoroughly enjoyed the program. Tuition-free! Deaf-taught! Coda Director! Wonderful support staff!
One week in person in Rhode Island. Nine months online. 12 RID CEUS.
Please share with others that may be interested. In my cohort, we had both hearing and deaf interpreters. It was great!
Multiple positions available as part of a new program – a hospital unit specializing in working with patients who are Deaf within Bryce Psychiatric Hospital, located in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
Please help us get the word out. Thanks!
Director of Deaf Care Unit
#22-07 N2500 – Mental Health Registered Nurse I (Deaf Care Unit) (7AM to 3PM Shift) – Bryce Hospital – Tuscaloosa
#22-08 N2500 – Mental Health Registered Nurse I (Deaf Care Unit) (3PM to 11PM Shift) – Bryce Hospital – Tuscaloosa
#22-09 N2500 – Mental Health Registered Nurse I (Deaf Care Unit) (11PM to 7AM Shift) – Bryce Hospital – Tuscaloosa
#22-10 N1000 – Mental Health LPN I (Deaf Care Unit) – Bryce Hospital – Tuscaloosa
Deaf Care Worker Positions (multiple)
17 B3500 – (Deaf) Care Worker (Deaf Care Unit) – Bryce Hospital – Tuscaloosa
See http://apps.mh.alabama.gov/ADHR/ExemptJobs/default.aspx for more information or contact email@example.com.