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Which role are you interested in applying for?
We hire regularly for the following roles...
Assessor (CI): involves providing feedback on role plays and sight translations, as well as writing reports to assess performance during mid-course and final assessments.
Tutor (DPSI/DCI): involves providing feedback on role plays, sight translations and written translations. Must hold level 6 qualification in the same option.
Tutor (DipTrans): involves providing written and oral feedback on written translations. Must hold level 7 translation qualification.
Examiner (DPSI Law/ DipTrans): involves translating exam papers, marking and writing a detailed report of exams.
Assessor: Level 3 Community InterpretingTutor: Level 6 DPSI or DCI Law CoursesTutor: Level 6 DPSI or DCI Health CoursesTutor: Level 7 Translation coursesExaminer: DPSI LawExaminer: DipTrans
Here's our description of the ideal person for these roles.
At least 5 years experience as a qualified interpreter or translator.
Preferably has some experience training and/or assessing interpreters.
Is eager to step into a trainer role to prepare students to become skilled professionals.
Is passionate about raising the standards in the industry.
*MUST* hold the qualification that they will be preparing candidates for.
Now we'd like to ask a few questions about you.
What language(s) do you work with?
Where are you currently based?
How many years experience do you have as a qualified interpreter or translator? and as an interpreter trainer (if applicable)?
Describe, in detail, your experience as an interpreter trainer?
Please upload an up to date CV for us to review.
We also need to see proof of your qualifications. Please only attach interpreting or translation qualifications for us to review.
What motivates you to work with DPSI Online?
Can we get the link to your LinkedIn profile?
DPSI Online’s flexible courses give you everything you need to train and gain qualified status in the public service interpreting profession, whatever your starting point.
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