Great service to the community
Administrative (Current Employee) – Columbus, OH – January 18, 2016
I've worked at Access for a few months now, and I have to say it is a well run organization. It is a small business that is constantly growing, and because of that, things change on a daily basis.
The dispatchers work really hard to coordinate and schedule assignments for the interpreters. Because the interpreters are independent contractors, they aren't obligated to take any assignments at all, which can be stressful for the dispatchers, especially when there are emergencies at the local hospitals.
The administrative staff works very hard to make sure that every assignment is billed and paid correctly. Invoice adjustments and changes to pay are rare occurrences thanks to their efforts. Keeping tabs on hundreds of interpreters and thousands of assignments is no easy task.
But backbone of the business is the interpreter. They do fantastic work for the customer and get to accept or decline whatever assignments are offered to them. Just like an Uber driver, they are their own boss. Interpreters even go through extensive field training and medical terminology training that prepares them for the real world of interpreting. It's demanding work, but highly rewarding.
Whether you are in the field or in the office, Access offers a fast-paced, exciting, and enjoyable place to work. For me, every day is different, and I know that my work is helping those in need.
Highly rewarding work.
Fast-paced, not for everyone.