Not many it's hourly. as an interpreter.
Most of the time gets spent in travelling which is not payed for. You don't get many hour's
Its only as and when needed
One or two hours a day. But better than doing nothing you can get out and about.Answered 11 September 2019
What tips or advice would you give to someone interviewing at LanguageLine Solutions?Asked 20 July 2020
This job is self-employed, and you will have to travel. The trainers are very kind and open to every questions.Answered 20 July 2020
It will be a good experience of using both languages to help people in hospitals. The company gives enough information for you to know.Answered 20 July 2020
If you were in charge, what would you do to make LanguageLine Solutions a better place to work?Asked 9 February 2020
- paid travel depending on the distance from home -> it would encourage people to do more jobs that are inconveniently far.
- it would be fantastic to be able to "save" or search for previous clients (eg. patient numbers) in our private database -> Patients often complain about having different people interpreting for them, so in my opinion, it would be a nicer experience for the patient if the same interpreter could be there throughout the patient's whole treatment.Answered 9 February 2020
Phone interview, then a 10-15 minutes phone "exam", which is a roleplay and you have to translate, and if you succeed, there is an induction and criminal record check. Then you're good to go :)Answered 14 July 2019