Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at LanguageLine Solutions
- Interpreter (10)
- Spanish Interpreter (6)
- All-call Interpreter (3)
- Customer Service Interpreter (2)
- Customer Service Representative Spanish Interperter (2)
- Telephone Interpreter (2)
- Over the Phone Interpreter (1)
- Customer Service Representative Spanish (1)
- Marketing (1)
- Senior Market Manager (1)
- Interpreter/Translator (1)
- Spanish Phone Interpreter (1)
- Customer Service Representative WAH Spansh Interpreter (1)
- Arabic Interpreter (1)
- Spanish Medical Interpreter -work At Home (1)
- Spanish Interpreter Work At Home (1)
Spanish Interpreter Interview
I applied online – interviewed at LanguageLine Solutions.
I don't remember if there was more than one interview, but the lady who interviewed me was very friendly and made me feel at ease from the beginning. Since I was applying to be a Spanish interpreter, some of the questions she asked in Spanish and I was expected to reply in Spanish. I received immediate feedback on my performance and I believe was offered a second interview right then and there.
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1+ week – interviewed at LanguageLine Solutions (Arlington, VA) in February 2011.
I submitted my cv and they sent me an automated email informing the time frame they will get back to me to test me over the phone with mini scenarios from english to spanish and viceversa. Depending on your performance during that test they give you a job offer or they let you know that you need to polish your language skills a little bit more before applying again.
- Be ready to interpret in both languages, you need to have a vast terminology in both languages. Answer Question
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I applied online. The process took 2+ weeks – interviewed at LanguageLine Solutions (Mexico, Distrito Federal (Mexico)) in January 2015.
A lady called me to confirm my personal information, scheduled a date for the training sessions. She said she had to test my English, asked a couple of questions in English, I replied, that was the end of the interview. She said they would send my the information to log in in the system and carry on with the training.
- Where did you learn English? Answer Question
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I applied online. The process took 4 weeks – interviewed at LanguageLine Solutions in March 2011.
I was contacted by e-mail to have a phone intervew. I was asked questions about my education and expirence, had to answer some in english and some in spanish to know how fluent i was in both languages.The intervew lasted an hour. A week after the intervew I have a test to take interperting over the phone.
- What expirence do you have interperting in a job? Answer Question
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I applied online. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at LanguageLine Solutions in October 2009.
I applied online, got an answer 3 months later, and when I explained that I had already plans for vacation time, they told me to call back after my vacation.
- What is your experience as an interpreter Answer Question
No negotiation. You either take it or not.
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at LanguageLine Solutions in January 2007.
Over the phone interview, then role playing.
No negotiation as far as salary, but can negotiate hours and schedules.
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