Haitian Creole Transcriber/Interpreter for Law Enforcement (work from home)
Company: Net Transcripts
Posted on: November 9, 2018
Net Transcripts is looking for independent contractors who can transcribe and interpret Haitian Creole into English. You will be transcribing audio content of criminal investigations, jail calls, and various law enforcement audios. You must be fluent in both Haitian Creole and English. You should have prior transcription and interpreting experience. The most successful candidates will have experience transcribing for a law enforcement agency (police department, sheriff's department, etc.), court reporting experience, or similar. You must be able to type 70+ WPM, have outstanding accuracy and proofreading skills, have experience with MS Word, and must demonstrate strong computer literacy. A full criminal background check is required for individuals completing this work. There is an initial assessment period before any individual is able to complete client work. Therefore, it is essential that you have prior transcription and interpreting experience and be able to proof your work to be at least 98% accurate. To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to Kimberly@nettranscripts.com. If you have a sample of your work and/or customer references, please include these in your email as well.
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