international language services
Language Access in the New Reality
Dec 03, 2020
Conference on changes in the interpreting and translation profession during the pandemic, including updates on the National EtoE Study from CCHI.
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Interpreter Health and Safety: COVID-19
Mar 21, 2020
Practical tips and conversation about the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on healthcare interpreters.
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Infection Control and Industrial Safety for Medical Interpreters
Mar 16, 2020
Resources for how medical interpreters can maximize personal safety and infection control during on-site interpreting encounters.
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Become an ILS Interpreter.


Every interpreter at International Language Services is an expert in their language. In order to continue to offer the highest quality in interpreting service and the widest variety of languages, International Language Services is always interested in expanding our list of professional interpreters. If you are interested in joining our team, please contact us using the form below. Please note that while knowledge of terminology in the Healthcare, Legal, Insurance, Finance, and Business Services fields is preferred, it is not required.


Personal Information

First Name:


Last Name:


Phone:


What is the best time of day to contact you?


Street Address:


City:


State:


Zip Code:


Email:


Are you over 18 years of age?
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No

What languages (other than English) do you speak?

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If the language(s) you speak aren't on the list above, please list them here:




Additional Information

How did you hear about this opportunity?


What days and times are you available?


Do you anticipate any change in your availability in the next year?
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No

Please attach a copy of your resumé here:




Statements

Please read and answer the following:

I understand that there is no guarantee of hours; assignments are based on clients' needs; this is a freelance position.
Yes
No

I understand that I must complete a 65-hour training session on medical interpreting before I can begin as a freelance interpreter. The course consists of two and 1/2 consecutive weeks, and there is a $250 registration fee.
Yes
No

I understand that an internship consisting of a minimum of three observations and three evaluations must be completed. I understand that internships are unpaid and must be completed before accepting paid assignments.
Yes
No

I understand that Medical Interpreting Certificates are issued after 150 hours of paid interpreting. I understand that ILS may not issue me a certificate if I do not complete this requirement.
Yes
No

I understand that I will be required to be available to take assignments on at least two weekdays to be considered an active interpreter.
Yes
No

I understand that I will be required to get a TB test, at my own expense, and supply documentation of TB test to ILS before I am allowed to interpret in healthcare facilities.
Yes
No

I have been vaccinated against, or had the following common diseases:
Rubella (Measles)
Rubeola (German Measles)
Varicella (Chicken Pox)