Multicultural NSW is currently seeking expressions of interest from highly motivated and experienced Telephone Interpreters in all languages for our new telephone interpreting service.
About Multicultural NSW
Multicultural NSW is launching a new telephone interpreting service. The service will provide on-demand and pre-booked telephone interpreting services to NSW clients and agencies 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Our interpreters are employed as a casual employee under the Multicultural NSW Telephone Interpreters Remuneration and Conditions of Employment Determination 2017.
Important Note: Registration on the Multicultural NSW casual panel of telephone interpreters will be for a period of up to twelve (12) months with a possibility for re-engagement.
Candidates MUST have:
Candidates MUST be an Australian citizen, permanent resident or Temporary resident with a valid work visa to apply.
Please submit your expression of interest by completing the online application - click the “Apply Now” button.
Please note: It is strongly recommended that you upload the required documents at time of application. Failure to do this will delay the progress of your application.
Candidates must submit documents in Microsoft Word or PDF format only.
The Language Services Division will review all applications against the requirements of the role and candidates will be shortlisted.
If your application progresses through to the next stage, you will be provided with further information.
All candidates will be notified of the outcome of their application.
Click here to view the role description
Closing date: Ongoing recruitment campaign
For enquiries: Rema Nazha, Manager Panel and Industry Development via email email@example.com
If you have any questions about Multicultural NSW we would love to hear from you.
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