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Kelly Services
Interpreter was asked...4 December 2020

Why do you apply for a job at Kelly Service?

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I am a previous KellyOCG employee for almost 5 years with no issues I only had an overall positive experience. Therefore I would love to return to such an amazing company with a unique training and employment experience. Less

I would like to obtain a position that I can use my skill set. Some of which was obtained during my time with KellyOCG to grow with this great company. Less

Please consider me for any positions you feel can benefit from my knowledge and extensive wide range work experience. I am always open to new opportunities with new direction. I enjoy learning new skills and career positions and feel if you look hard enough you can benefit and learn something from everyday. Less

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Interpreters unlimited

how is your previous job experience related to this position?

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I have plenty of experiences in the past 20 years working as an interpreter/ translator Less

I have 5 years of interpreter/ translator experience with US army and some other companies in Afghanistan. Less

Tasks; interpretation and translation for intelligence forces like ( US army, DEA and SIU ( sensitive investigation Unit) Less

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Cyracom International

What is your mother tongue? Primary language.

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Spanish

Pashto

Darei

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SOSi
Interpreter was asked...16 February 2018

Where have you previously worked?

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I just retired in October 2017 after proudly serving 25 years in the Army.

united emarates

I have extraneous With Sosi company

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LanguageLink

What would you do if the patient (LEP) is using grotesque words?

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We're glad to hear that this has been a smooth process for you!

The interpreter renders all messages accurately and and completely, without adding , omitting, or substituting (Strongly Agree) Less

The interpreter renders all messages accurately and completely, without adding, omitting, or substituting. Less

Sidra Medicine

Describe a usual day at the office

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My work as an interpreter requires me to communicate with the patients or medical devices by phone or in person, so my work requires a lot of flexibility. My work usually start with a table of places, phone's numbers and order of tasks. Less

Could you tell me the questions? Have you been selected?

What they asked you in medical. Interpreter interview question? Have you selected? Less

LanguageLink

If I was comfortable interpreting legal calls because I will be receiving some of them.

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I told them that I did interpret some legal appointments, and took the class for legal/court interpreting, but I don't have a lot of experience in that field. Less

Okay

Of course

Awi

Can you translate mechanics ,electronics terms.

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Yes, I can.

Yes

LanguageLink

They ask fairly straightforward vocabulary interpretation and the standard questions about interpreter protocol for example "Should you insert your own personal opinion when interpreting for a client?"

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Obviously the answer is no.

No

Cyracom International

how did you prepare for this language check-up, you can describe it down to details.

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I read through the check-up workbook carefully, and check every part of it that I didn't understand, and I did some research about what types of questions that you maybe asking , and also did a research on whtat the company 'cyracom' really is , dig in the guidelines and find our where my strength and weaknesses are and be well prepared and confident about this check-up. Less

You will get the job. Everyone gets the job. I was vacationing, I had gone to the beach, had some cocktails and when I got home, I went on craigslist. I saw the add, sent an e-mail with the resume. I didn't expect to hear from then 10 minutes later! (that should have been my first clue). Therefore, I was on the phone doing the first interview while tipsy! The vocabulary test was 2 days later, nothing crazy or too difficult. I got an offer the next day. It's a very easy process and when you start working there, you will see why. You will meet people from other cultures, learn so much and you can use it if you want to make a career out of it. Those are the only good things I can say. I wish you luck! Less

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