Careers

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At Worldwide Interpreting and Translation, we’re committed to building our network of interpreters, translators and language tutors in all languages, so that we can offer our clients an even better service.

At present, we have a database of over 180 independent interpreters and translators nationally in more than 200 languages. If you’d like to join our network, read on for more information.

Who can join the Worldwide Interpreting and Translation network?

We encourage you to join our network if you are:

  • a practicing interpreter or translator
  • currently completing an interpreting or translating training course
  • thinking of starting a career in interpreting.
  • A language tutor

Do I need to be accredited?

Accreditation is a necessary requirement, but experienced interpreters are welcome.

The majority of our contractors hold NAATI accreditation at a professional level (Level 3 or higher). Where professional level accreditation is not available, we use paraprofessional accreditation (Level 2).

As part of our commitment to providing the highest standard of service available, we also prefer our interpreters and translators to undertake additional courses provided by AUSIT.

What is the working arrangement?

Worldwide Interpreting and Translation engages interpreters , translators and language tutors as contractors, so you will need to have an ABN, and be registered for GST, if required.

We offer our contractors:

  • competitive fees and prompt payment
  • friendly and efficient booking staff
  • regular industry updates

Our application process

To apply to join our network, please send an email to bookingsworldwideinterpreters@gmail.com.au including any of the following information;

  • Most recent Resume or CV
  • Relevant Training or NAATI Accreditation level
  • Tutoring Experience

If you’re successful, Worldwide Interpreting and Translation will contact you when suitable job requests arise. Contractors then accept jobs depending on their availability and location.