1 day for interview. 1 day for verbal testing and get hired immediately and start working within days.
The hiring process is quick like two weeks
Call interviews (about 3 total). Start training in classroom (3weeks) live call practice and transition (2 weeks). And graduation day ( you graduate and get to go home early for the day ). Ps: a LOT of people are fired or quit before graduation.
Answered - Interpreter (Former Employee) - Phoenix, AZ
Right away. No experience needed.
Answered - Spanish Interpreter (Former Employee) - Phoenix, AZ
Usually pretty fast you get a phone interview where they ask you question in both English and your second language, they will give you a call to see if you qualify and if you do, you train for 3 weeks(you get paid for those weeks), and after you take an assessment that will determine weather you get to stay on the job or not you have 2 chances to pass.
Answered - Interpreter (Former Employee) - Tucson, AZ
Depending how close you apply to the time when they're getting ready to start a new training class or how badly they need interpreters. And this happens rather frequently. It is something like a recycling center. They have one of the highest turnovers I've ever seen anywhere.
Like a month
Answered - Spanish Interpreter (Former Employee) - Houston, TX
2 weeks and longer because they never get your information right
Answered - interpreter (Current Employee) - Tampa, FL
1. send resume. 2.contact process. 3.personal interveiw plus quick test.
*It took me approximately a week.
Answered - Telephone and Onsite Interpreter (Current Employee) - Arlington, TX
Not that long. The recruiters do a good job. Maybe less than 2 weeks.