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Potentially-qualified applicants are screened for their linguistic proficiency, professional experience and academic background. Interested applicants who meet the minimum requirements and would like to submit an application can download the application questionnaire (see Downloads below) to apply.
Minimum requirements (additional information about these requirements can be found in the application questionnaire):
Prior interpreting and translating training and/or professional experience are not required, but are desirable and may receive preference in recruitment.
Please complete the application questionnaire (resume and cover letter optional) and address it to:
Office of Court Interpreter Services
Administrative Office of the Trial Court
2 Center Plaza, 9th (TC) floor
Boston, MA 02108
ATT: Training Manager
You can also email your questionnaire to: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on OCIS’s operations, please review the Standards and Procedures of the Office of Court Interpreter Services (see Downloads below).
For information regarding the profession of court interpreting, please visit the sites of interpreter organizations, such as the Association of Judiciary Interpreters and Translators, www.najit.org.
Selected applicants will be invited to a written exam, an oral assessment and an interview. Those applicants who pass the written and oral tests and want to work with OCIS must attend the 2-day Introductory Mandatory Training and complete the mentoring requirement. OCIS will then conduct a final evaluation of the candidate and approve his/her inclusion on the list of OCIS Screened interpreters.