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General Description Primary responsibilities include interpreting the spoken and written word from and into English and Spanish languages; translation and documentation; research and development. The essential function of the position within the organization is to interpret legal proceedings for non-English speaking or hearing impaired persons to ensure due process....

The Office of the Executive Secretary of the Supreme Court of Virginia is seeking applicants for the position of Spanish Language Court Interpreter. This position reports directly to an Interpreter Team Leader in the Department of Judicial Services, or the Foreign Language Services Coordinator in...

Provides language interpretation services for the court. Schedules and coordinates interpreter services for the court and department. Interprets as needed during therapy sessions and office visits. Distinguishing Characteristics: This is the third in a series of three interpreter-related job classifications within the Administrative Support job family. This...

Description Salary Information* Court Interpreter I Minimum Salary: $68,141.53 Maximum Salary A: $91,922.90 Maximum Salary B: $94,256.43 Court Interpreter II Minimum Salary: $72,230.00 Maximum Salary A: $103.575.09 Maximum Salary B: $106,204.44 The Union Vicinage is seeking a Court Interpreter I or II, who is highly motivated, organized and detail oriented. Under the general direction of...

The US District Court, District of New Mexico is seeking a talented court interpreter to provide interpretation and translation services for Spanish-speaking defendants, witnesses, sureties, and family members in judicial proceedings. Successful candidates must be federally certified by the Administrative Office of the US Courts for...

This position works in the Judicial Information section of the Research and Court Services Division which is responsible for analyzing and presenting data for judicial branch issues and initiatives. The position is a full-time temporary position, with funding up to two years. Performs advanced (senior-level)...

Spanish-English Interpreter Position Announcement The Translation and Interpretation Department of Federal Defenders of San Diego, Inc. -- the Community Defender Organization for the Southern District of California -- seeks applicants for a full-time staff position. An eligible applicant must be qualified by the Administrative Office of the United States...

Description Every applicant should be aware that if selected for this position, you must be prepared to work in Somerset, Hunterdon and Warren Counties. Should additional positions become available within five (5) months of the closing date, the applicant pool from this posting may be used...

SPANISH-ENGLISH INTERPRETER PORTLAND, OR The Federal Public Defender of Oregon is accepting applications from certified Spanish-language court interpreters for the position of Staff Interpreter in the Portland office. The Federal Public Defender provides defense services in federal criminal cases and related matters in the federal courts. The...

Full-time court interpreters receive full benefits (medical, dental, vision and retirement same as other regular court employees). Part-time and/or Pro Tempore positions do not include benefits but may accrue an annual leave balance or holiday time on a pro-rated basis. This is a single level...