Language Interpreter Resume

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Libby Harkins

1531 Haymond Rocks Road

Waldport, OR 97376



Job Objective To obtain a job as Language Interpreter and perform my duties with full dedication.

Highlights of Qualifications:

  • Relevant experience of providing language-specific interpretations and translations
  • Sound knowledge of grammar, syntax and history of native and specific foreign languages
  • Commendable knowledge of interpretation and translation of verbal and written information
  • Familiarity with linguistic and cultural differences and caseload management
  • Ability to speak, understand and write in languages known, fluently
  • Ability to interact with individuals of all ages and from diverse cultural backgrounds

Professional Experience:

Language Interpreter

Lee College, Baytown, TX

August 2012 – Present


  • Received and responded to phone calls and messages from clients.
  • Attended and interpreted for client meetings and conferences, as assigned.
  • Interpreted and translated a variety of documents, correspondence and written procedures.
  • Performed and rendered translations from one known language to another known language and vice versa.
  • Checked translated information and protected its confidentiality, effectively.
  • Interpreted and followed all applicable Interpreters’ Code of Conduct and Practices.

Language Interpreter

Glendale Community College, Glendale, CA

May 2009 – July 2012


  • Met with clients and evaluated their language needs, accurately and efficiently.
  • Provided language-specific services and performed language interpretation of oral information for clients.
  • Interpreted and translated various documents and written materials into target language.
  • Reviewed, proofread and revisedtranslated documents to ensure their accuracy.
  • Selected and used appropriate amount of articulation, paraphrasing and nonverbal expressions.
  • Followed interpretation related established norms and practices and maintained applicable quality standards.


Bachelor’s Degree in Sign Language Interpretation

Northern State University, Aberdeen, SD

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