Interpret oral or sign language, or translate written text from one language into another.
American Sign Language ASL/English Interpreter, American Sign Language ASL/English Sign Language Interpreter/RID Certified, Audio Narrator, Bilingual Interpreter, Braille Transcriber, Braille Transcriber/Tactile Graphics Specialist, Certified Court Interpreter, Certified Court/Medical Interpreter, Conference Interpreter, Conference Translator, Court Interpreter, Deaf Interpreter, Deaf/Hard of Hearing Specialist, Diplomatic Interpreter, Diplomatic Interpreter/Translator, Educational Interpreter, Educational Sign and Oral Certified Interpreter, Sign Language, Freelance Interpreter/Translator, Freelance Translator, Full Time Staff Interpreter, Hourly Sign Language Interpreter, Interpreter, Interpreter and Translator, Interpreter for the Deaf, Interpreter-Bosnia-English and Albanian-English, Linguist, Medical Interpreter, Official Court Interpreter, Paraprofessional Interpreter, Per Diem Interpreter, Russian Language Interpreter and Translator, Sign Language Interpreter, Sign Language Interpreter, Deaf/Hard of Hearing Consultant, Spanish Interpreter, Spanish Interpreter/Translator, Staff Interpreter, Superior Court Interpreter-Spanish/English, Technical Translator, Translator, Translator and Interpreter, Translator/Interpreter
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