Interpreter | Charlotte, NC | Contract
You are a positive person, love to work face-to-face with people, and you are a good listener. You are passionate about helping others and making the world a better place. You do not judge others, and you are able to keep sensitive information completely confidential. Being bilingual, you have helped friends and family overcome language barriers from time to time, and you might have professional interpreting experience already. Choice Translating provides training for all of our interpreters, regardless of their level of experience.
Being independent and a free spirit, you enjoy being in motion and working in different locations around the city, with many different people. Having a lot of variety and flexibility in your work is important to you. As a contractor, you like to set your own schedule and work as much or as little as you want. You want to work with an established company that values quality and integrity, yet has a young and energetic personality. You are an intellignet, curious and positive person, and you enjoy working with other people. You have a track record of demonstrating your ability, positive attitude and accountability.
Choice Translating helps reduce the risk of miscommunication for health care providers, social services organizations, schools and law enforcement agencies. Choice Translating interpreters are the communication bridge that enables non-English speakers to overcome the language and cultural barriers facing them in difficult situations. You would work closely with our global team of schedulers and project managers to carry out interpreting assignments in and around Charlotte, North Carolina.
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Own a car and enjoy driving
Own a cell phone
You know how to use road maps and/or own a GPS
You have drivers insurance
You have authorization to work for any employer in the USA
You speak and write English and at least one other language fluently
Able and willing to work in health care, social services, school and law enforcement situations
Minimum 21 years of age
Compensation: Depends on experience