American Sign Language (ASL) Interpreter – Disability Rights Program, SF
Title: American Sign Language (ASL) Interpreter
Office: National Offices
Location: San Francisco, CA
Posted: May 23 2019
The Disability Rights Program of the ACLU’s National office in San Francisco seeks applications for a full-time American Sign Language (ASL) Interpreter.
The ACLU Legal Department is headquartered in New York and has two programs that are housed in San Francisco, the Disability Rights Program and the Immigrants’ Rights Project.
The Disability Rights Program litigates and advocates in our priority areas of voting, education, autonomy, and criminal justice and also provides support to affiliates and the National office on disability rights issues that intersect with core civil liberties.
For a limited term (September 2019 until September 2021), the Disability Rights Program has a need for a full-time ASL Interpreter in San Francisco.
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