Aisling Consulting Sdn Bhd
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About the job Intepreter
In order to interpret communications, an Interpreter performs many different tasks. We analyzed job listings for Interpreter in order to identify these core duties and responsibilities.
Translate Verbal Communications
The bulk of an Interpreters job is to translate verbal communications, usually in real time. This can include speeches at conferences and events, meetings, classes and training sessions, or individual communications between two people or small groups of people. It is crucial that they interpret accurately and quickly in real time without leaving out or changing any information that is being communicated.
Translate Written Communications
Interpreters also translate written communications. These can include anything from documents and forms to meeting notes to emails to presentations. It's important that they effectively communicate the meaning of the text and maintain its core message.
Assist Clients
Acting as a liaison between two parties, the interpreters facilitate communications by assisting clients on behalf of their company. This can include helping them understand documents and information given out by the company, assisting them in filling out forms and paperwork and answering questions or addressing concerns on behalf of the client. They must also maintain a knowledge of the clients culture and be aware of any culturally sensitive issues that may arise.
Record Interactions
The Interpreter is often required to document and record interactions and translations. They record their interactions by entering data into a system, and that information is then used for various statistical reporting purposes. This includes recording in-person interactions as well as phone conversations and taking meeting minutes.

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