You will need to click on the ‘forgot password’ link. An email will be sent to you with a link to reset this.
Providing you have all the relevant documents available it can take up to 10 minutes. If you are unable to complete the application, you may come back at any time when it’s convenient for you.
Documents that required are:
- Photo (Passport size)
- Right to work, etc.
- Professional body memberships (if applicable)
- Qualification certificates
- DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service) certificate
However, you will receive all the information in the Welcome email, so it is important you read through it.
Unfortunately we are unable to upload any documents on your behalf as we do not have access to edit your profile. We can assure you that our websites and servers are secure.
Underneath each upload button, it will show you which types of documents we can accept.
You will need to provide this as it is important that we assign you to the right Band rate. You may contact your educational provider directly or the Local Education Authorities (LEAs) for advice on how you can retrieve it.
Yes, you can start at entry level. However, we advise you to be fully qualified or have some voluntary experience.
Yes, as long as it is linguist related and you are able to provide proof of qualifications.
You can add your education (school / college) just to show what you have been doing.
No, you are only required to provide reference details for the last 3 years, plus any referees for additional Linguist experience you have.
Your application is screened by our Vetting team who will inform you of the decision. Please be aware that you may be asked for additional information about the conviction.
If you have a student visa you can work up to 20 hours per week during term time, and full time hours out of term time. A copy of your timetable will need to be provided to confirm term dates.
This will depend on your availability and how many jobs we have available within your area.
An ICA is an Interpreter Competency Assessment. It is design to check your basic interpreting knowledge and consists of 30 questions. This will be conducted over the phone with a member of the Linguist Registration Team.
When you are logged in to your application, you will see an option on the left hand side to ‘submit application’. Under this section you can pick a date and time suitable for yourself. You will then be assigned to an assessor who will contact you at that time. Should there be any problems, the assessor will contact you directly to reschedule.
Yes, it costs £7 for your ID card to be created. This will be deducted from your first assignment.
If you refer 3 or more qualified interpreters (they need to take at least 3 or more assignments), we will waive off the charge. If you lose your ID card, it will incur a £7 charge for a replacement.
When you have completed and submitted your application, it will be reviewed by a member of the Recruitment team. They will then be in touch within 5-7 working days.