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LanguageLine Solutions - Hull, North Humberside, North East, UK

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Oncall Interpreters Ltd - UK

ONCALL is a Global organisation with offices in London, Brussels, Buenos Aires and Australia. It was established with the primary objective of providing professional language services using the most qualified...

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Bulgarian Telephone Interpreter  

LanguageLine Solutions - Redhill, Surrey, Surrey, South East, UK

Work-at-Home Bulgarian Telephone Interpreter

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Mandarin Interpreter Required  

24-7 Language Services Ltd - London, ENG, GB

How to Apply: If you are keen to work for an interpreting agency which works with organizations who have large public sector contracts and can offer you a continuous flow of work, then please send your... Interpreter Work careers...

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Dari Speaking Interpreter Volunteer  

Hestia - Hounslow, ENG, United Kingdom

Please note – We are required by law to review original documents for the DBS check, the options available for this are as follows: Visit a Hestia service which could be the one you are going to be volunteering... Interpreter careers...

from: glassdoor.com - Today

Freelance or Contracted CSW / Communication Support Workers or Trainee Interpreters TSLI (Midlands)  

Sign Solutions - Alstone GL20, Gloucestershire, South West

To deliver high quality Interpreting services to all clients and student support BSL Level 3 required for CSW (Communication Support Worker) NRCPD registered TSLI for (Trainee Interpreter) Qualifications... bengali interpreter...

from: joblookup.com (+1 source) - 4 days ago

Part Time Amazon Fulfillment Associate  

Amazon - Alcester, United Kingdom (+4 locations)

- Strong health and safety measures in place for COVID-19: increased cleaning, screens, social distancing, free face masks, hand sanitizer and more. • Scan, sort and divert packages containing the full... interpretation...

from: jobswipe.net - 2 days ago

Language teacher - Vietnamese  

Language Trainers | In-Company and Skype-Zoom Language Courses - Manchester, England, United Kingdom

Classes should be held once a week, ideally on Monday at/after 6pm or Saturdays morning or late afternoon. We are currently looking for a Vietnamese language teacher for one of our clients in Manchester... interpreters...

from: linkedin.com - Yesterday

Cantonese language teacher needed in Belfast  

Language Trainers - Belfast BT1, County Antrim, Northern Ireland

Students are either in-company or self-funded who need to learn a language at their office or their home for work, family or travel reasons. Make sure to read the full description below, and please apply... court interpreter...

from: joblookup.com (+1 source) - 19 days ago

BSL Teaching Assistant  

Horizon Teachers - London EC1A, City of London, London

To protect the health and welfare of our team, teachers, and teaching support staff, we will be holding video interviews and consultations for the foreseeable future. • Work with schools on a part time/supply... latvian interpreter... 75.00-120.00 day

from: joblookup.com (+2 sources) - 3 days ago

IAPT Senior Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner  

Recovery Focus - Birmingham, ENG, United Kingdom

As well as a qualification gained on a PWP training course (or equivalent), you will need to have an inclusive and enabling personality, lots of enthusiasm and a calm demeanour, even under pressure. You’re... remote spanish interpreter...

from: glassdoor.com (+1 source) - 4 days ago

Language teacher - Danish  

Language Trainers | In-Company and Skype-Zoom Language Courses - Kenton Bank Foot NE13, Tyne and Wear, North East

Classes should be held once a week, on Wednesday evenings (5pm onwards) would be best but any weekday evening other than Friday is suitable, and she wishes to start asap. If you would like to join our... interpreter holland...

from: joblookup.com (+1 source) - 4 days ago

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IAPT Senior Support Worker  

Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust - Bracknell RG12, Berkshire, South East

attending Pulmonary Rehab, Cardiac Rehab and community diabetes groups) and will liaise with health professionals in community and hospital settingsThere will be opportunities to undertake administrative... interpreter hitchin... 23677.00-26127.00 annum

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Interpreters are required to convert spoken words from one language into another language in situations where people do not speak the same language. There are three different interpretation types including public service, simultaneous, and consecutive. The first type is for conversations of two p…

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  • Interpreting as a career Beenaeem

    Im thinking to opt interpretimg as my career. I dont have any formal qualification in it and no experience at all. With few agencies i registered but i havent got any call from them .i failed in an interview for telephone interpreting which made me very disappointed. Should i go for a course? How to gain an experience ? I cant find any voluntary jobs near my area! How can i gain a voluntart experience in telephone interpreting?

    • Grace:

      Your question is a difficult one to answer. I personally believe that if you can take a course you’ll always be at an advantage. I’m not sure whether you have it easy, but if you can volunteer in some organization, interpreters’ cooperative or NGO you’ll probably be opening a door for yourself. As long as it gives you experience you should do it and should look at it as an investment. Having said that, each company works differently, and what might account for experience for some may not do so for others. In any case, I’d advise you to take a course as soon as you can. As for over the phone interpreting, I’ve no idea how it works and whether finding opportunities in that field is or not easy. Best.

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  • Interpreter Jobs Merche

    I'm 29 and British by birth. My parents come from Spain and at home we've always spoken in Spanish, so in effect I'm totally bilingual. I completed a degree in English language and literature, but my real passion is interpretation (though not translations). I love the thrill that goes with it. How can I enter the field if I have no specific qualifications? Thanks for your help!

    • Jana:

      My advice is that you try and get jobs through organizations such as cooperatives of translators without expecting any pay. If you're fit for the job this will probably open doors for you to get "proper" jobs with time. Be patient though.

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  • Interpreter not Translator. Isaalu

    Hello Bilinguals

    I am fluently speak both French and English back into my country in Ethiopia I have worked in the interpreting industry for some years and do understand the field very well. That is why i am looking for to go back in the field and put my expertise in practice. I will appreciate any advise provided. Please allow me to say that language is my natural gift from God as when i travel across African States i never feel i am in a foreigner land as most of the use French or English as a national language not only that but i also speak Swahili, Amharic, Rwandan and others. Thank you.

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  • My dream job Jobisjob

    If you could choose a dream job whether it be in your current field or something else what would it be?

    • Simi Khanna:

      I am looking for a job as an Interpreter. Am proficient in English, Hindi, Punjabi and Urdu. I am also a qualified Conventional and Complementary Medical Doctor. I am a British Indian citizen.

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