ISO Information for Service Providers
The Interpreting Services Office (ISO) works with service providers in our mission to provide quality communication access services to deaf and hard-of-hearing students attending SDCCD classes and programs. We are committed to the pursuit of excellence in serving our students by increasing their communication access and empowering them to meet their education and career goals. Our service providers play an important role and are our treasured partners in this work. Scroll to the FAQ below to learn more about partnering with the ISO team.
Are ISO providers in charge of their own schedules?
Yes. As hourly, non-classified, non-academic employees, our service providers have control of their schedule and work with the ISO on a substitute or ongoing assignment-by-assignment basis.
WHERE CAN I FIND THE ISO’S POLICIES FOR SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETERS AND TEXT-TO-SPEECH SERVICE PROVIDERS?
The ISO maintains handbooks that include policies and procedures for sign language interpreting and text-to-speech service providers. To obtain a copy, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by the office at 3375 Camino Del Rio South, Room 275, San Diego, CA 92108.
WHERE CAN I FIND A CALENDAR OF PAYROLL DUE DATES, DISTRICT HOLIDAYS, AND IMPORTANT EVENTS?
Please see the aforementioned handbook for the payroll due dates. As a courtesy, we try to remind service providers of approaching deadlines, but it is the contractor’s responsibility to make sure paperwork is submitted in a timely, efficient manner. Time cards turned in after the deadline will be processed and paid the following month. Significant errors on time cards may also result in a delay in the paycheck.