Working for ITC
Applicants for all casual interpreter or translator positions with ITC must send a written application and résumé to:
Interpreting and Translating Centre
GPO Box 292
Adelaide SA, 5001
or email to email@example.com.
Applications will only be considered from Australian-based practitioners or persons with the right of abode in Australia.
The Interpreting and Translating Centre is focusing on recruitment in rare and emerging languages in order to provide equitable and accessible interpreting services throughout South Australia, especially in the health sector.
ITC is currently seeking applicants who have completed or expressed their interest in the TAFE SA Interpreting Skills for NAATI Certification course (ISNC), especially for:
Dinka, Hazaragi, Kirundi, Kurdish Sorani, Nepali, Pashtu, Portuguese, Rohingya, Swahili, Tagalog, Tigrinya and Uyghur.
Further information about the ISNC can be found at the TAFE website.
The conditions of casual employment include hourly remuneration, superannuation and flexible working hours. You should ideally have your own transport, a mobile phone, broadband access to the Internet and be willing to travel intrastate and work outside of normal hours.
We are only able to offer employment to interpreters residing in South Australia with Australian residency or a valid Australian work visa. Where NAATI Certification or Recognised Practicing Credentials exist for a given language, these interpreters will be given priority for employment.
NAATI Certification (National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters).
ITC is not able to outsource our assignments to overseas practitioners.
The Interpreting and Translating Centre is also seeking NAATI Certified and Recognised Practicing translators in Amharic, Tigrigna and Dinka languages.
The conditions of casual employment include remuneration commensurate with market rates, superannuation and flexible working hours. You must have broadband access to the Internet.