• Monday Jul 01, 2013

    Trilingual Translator/Interpreter

    Position Title: Translator/Interpreter

    Position based in: CONCACAF Headquarters - Miami Beach, FL

    CONCACAF is seeking an in-house, full time trilingual English/Spanish/French translator and interpreter. This position requires a Bachelor's degree, proficiency in English, Spanish and French, and two to three years of documented professional translation and interpretation experience. Recent experience working as a full-time translator for an agency, company, or as an independent contractor preferred.

    The incumbent would assist with the following duties:

    -          Provide translation of documents, publications, letters, presentations, press releases, etc.

    -          Interpret simultaneously from English to French or Spanish and vice versa for small to large audiences

    -          Support all departments within CONCACAF in an administrative capacity when needed

    He/she must have an excellent command of all three languages listed with exceptional grammar skills. Solid experience interpreting simultaneously to large audiences using microphones and headsets is a plus. Knowledge of soccer is a plus.

    Salary: commensurate with experience

    CONCACAF is an equal opportunity employer and we welcome applications from all backgrounds regardless of race, color, religion, sex, ancestry, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or any other classification protected by law.


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