The Department of American Sign Language and Interpreting Education (ASLIE) at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID) currently has three open positions:
- Non-Tenure Track Faculty ASL Lecturer [7289BR]
- Non-Tenure Track Faculty Interpreting Lecturer [7503BR]
- Tenure Track ASL Faculty [7499BR]
Our department is unique in that we offer a number of programs. We offer one of the largest bachelor degree programs in ASL-English Interpretation in the nation, as well as a Master of Science in Healthcare Interpreting. We deliver ASL programs to associate’s-level deaf and hard-of-hearing students; hearing, hard-of-hearing, and deaf bachelor’s-level students who take ASL as an elective or to satisfy their general education requirements; students from the community who are curious about ASL and Deaf culture; and students who are majoring in interpreting. Our department also offers several non-credit certificate programs: Healthcare Interpreting, Educational Interpreting, and Deaf Interpreting.
Our motivated and passionate faculty and staff from the Deaf and interpreting communities are committed to enhancing the quality of service interpreters provide to Deaf, hard-of-hearing, DeafBlind, and hearing consumers with a variety of language and communication preferences. As part of a team of more than 20 faculty members committed to collaborating and tailoring our curriculum to best support a variety of learners, you may have the opportunity to teach in one or more of our programs.
Do you or someone you know possess the qualities of an experienced ASL/interpreting educator who is an effective collaborator to help move our program forward? Please spread the word by distributing the information in this email to individuals within your networks.
In order to submit an application online, visit http://careers.rit.edu/faculty using the appropriate BR number. For us to consider your application, you will need to submit your application, curriculum vitae, a cover letter addressing the listed qualifications, and other listed documents. Once you are on that website, follow the online instructions for submitting these required documents.