I’m really good with gestures!
American Sign Language Interpreter (ASL)
The Stepping Stones Group is currently interviewing American Sign Language Interpreters like YOU for the 2020-2021 School Year!
Join us in our mission to positively impact the lives of children and give a voice to those who need it most. If you're new to the school-setting, we've got you covered with first-class clinical support and our Foundations Mentoring Program.
How we support & invest in your career:
Dedicated clinical manager
Professional development stipend
Complimentary access to our CEU Library
Live CEU events monthly
Foundations Mentoring Program
Online resources & tools
Professional certification offerings
Benefits made for you:
Full time, part time, local contract and travel eligible positions - nationwide
Student loan repayment plans
Full health benefits
Health & wellness spending stipend
401(k) and More!
Job Requirements for American Sign Language Interpreters:
EIPA Score with AL License
Full Time; New Grads Accepted
Suzi's Cover Letter:
Dear Finger Fellows,
I learned sign language as a kid, and I was good! I need a refresher course, but I can probs get that on YouTube.
I love kids, plus I can wear the cutest jewelry to accent my hands while signing. Let’s kick this up a notch!
Signed (get it!),
I’m no Chelsea, but I’m a handler!
Southern California – Part-time
Job Title: Shieldy Handler
Location: Southern California
Classification: Part-time (Non-exempt)
USA Water Polo is seeking an outgoing, organized and motivated candidate to serve as a handler for its official costumed mascot, Shieldy. In this position, individuals will gain hands-on experience within and across a diverse set of game day promotional roles and functions, including theme night marketing and promotions, fan engagement and on-deck entertainment. This position is part-time, on an as-needed basis aligning with the USA Water Polo 2020 events calendar.
Escort and accompany Shieldy while performing game duties and designated off-site appearances.
Aid Shieldy and guide them throughout games and other relevant events.
Act as the “eyes, ears and voice” for the mascot performer, including awareness of game progression, in-game run of show, fan requests and potential hazards.
Carry mascot supplies (autograph cards, giveaway items, etc).
Assist mascot performer with preparation and execution of on-field routines, giveaway tosses and provide logistical support during games and appearances.
Serve as a fan liaison by providing exceptional customer service, including taking pictures, improving overall guest experience, etc.
Ensure that Shieldy is ready and appropriately dressed before entering the public.
Support the maintenance of Shieldy’s outfit, communicating necessary suit repairs.
Provide Shieldy feedback in order to ensure that Shieldy’s satisfying fan, guest and customer expectations.
Maintain a positive attitude and consistently greeting fans and guests.
Increase fan engagement by interacting directly with fans and guests with enthusiasm and excitement.
Must be able to work flexible hours, including afternoons, nights and weekends, as scheduled.
Individual must be comfortable approaching fans, have strong communication skills and a confident demeanor in order to help our team create a fun and lively game day atmosphere, strong improvisation skills a plus.
Ability to work well under pressure, in a high activity and heavily crowded venue for extended periods of time.
Must be able to relate with fans of all ages and demographics.
Ability to work in a high activity and heavily crowded venue for extended periods of time.
$13.00 Per Hour
Suzi's Cover Letter:
Dear Agents of Shield,
Who doesn’t love a mascot? Or hanging out with mascots? And even though I would be down with being one, at least I’m not the one inside sweating from places I shouldn’t. Plus, I think those costumes hide my best assets, which can be used to our advantage. Wink, wink.
I think is the perfect job for a woman since we are used to shields, like panty shields, so…
I would love to be Shieldy’s hand. It’s so Game of Thrones. Without the nakedness and murder. Which is good.
Ready to Armor,
I speak in tongues!
Exciting career opportunities in the language access industry are waiting for you at LanguageLine Solutions. Whether you work in the corporate office, in one of our satellite offices, at our Interpreting Call Centers, or work from home, you can help make a difference in someone’s life every second of every day.
The Fukienese Telephone/Video Interpreter is responsible for handling calls on demand, and renders the meaning of conversations between Fukienese and English speakers. The interpreter breaks the communication barrier in a wide range of industries that LanguageLine Solutions serves: Healthcare, Government, Insurance, Financial, Utilities, Travel & Hospitality, General Business, Law Enforcement, Court, and 911.
The interpreter processes information quickly, concisely and recognizes sensitive cultural differences. He/She is professional and courteous at all times. The interpreter uses appropriate terminology and understands common industry procedures and practices. The calls may involve simple or complex, technical or non-technical subjects.
This position does not involve written translation however translators and other skilled linguists are encouraged to apply. Telephone/Video interpreters translate verbally.
Suzi’s Cover Letter:
I didn’t know other people spoke Fukienese. I thought it was just me who was a pro in telling people to Fuk off!
I’m great with calls, cuz that’s what I do now. I’m a phone actress. So, I’m about helping and fulfilling others, and doing this would be more fulfillinger.
Let’s Fukieng Do This!
My dad wears Wranglers!
Ghost Ranch - Abiquiu, NM
Lead trail rides through Georgia O'Keeffe Landscape while sharing the history of the ranch and life stories of Georgia O'Keeffe, Wrangler will be speaking to groups of up to 6 riders at a time so must be able to project your voice and feel comfortable talking to groups. You must be able to quickly and efficiently catch, groom, and saddle multiple horses. You will care for 25 horses which will include but not be limited to feeding, grooming, saddling, doctoring, corral cleaning and maintenance. Wrangler must be able to lift 60 lbs and be able to quickly mount and dismount horses up to 16hh. Western work clothing, collared shirt, hat and boots are required. Customer service and people skills are essential. Must enjoy working with and talking to people. Position is currently open and can continue through November. You will work approximately 40 hours a week and 5 days a week. Room and board provided.
Suzi's Cover Letter:
Dear Cowboys and Cowgirls,
We all have a little cowboy in us. I mean, I really did the summer I dated a bull rider. Good times... "Save a horse, ride a cowboy" was my mantra!
I'm good at telling stores, and good with horses. They're so cute. And cool. And you can braid their hair. Plus, I would look so cute sitting on a horse with my pink cowboy boots and matching cowboy hat. Yay!
Horse Whispering All Day Long,
I'm just your average girl who wants a kick-ass life and... love! If I could be a superhero, that would be AWESOME! I'm currently a "phone actress" looking for a really cool career. Don't get me wrong-- I love giving a hand to dudes who need someone to chat with. Everybody needs somebody! But, my parents keep telling me I need a respectable job. Sigh.