American Sign Language Interpreters
Contractors Positions – American Sign Language Interpreters
LSA is continuously accepting qualified interpreters and transliterators to the LSA network of independently contracted professionals to service a wide range of interpreting assignments. To participate in the LSA network, contractors must possess RID/NAD, BEI or your state’s QA equivalent level certification and proof of your state’s required License or Registration.
Independently contracted interpreters and transliterators that participate in the LSA network are able to negotiate competitive fees for services based on their experience, professional credentials and market factors such as demand for their language competencies. Interpreters and transliterators participating in the LSA network are able to accept client assignments and control their own schedules/assignments.
Independently contracted interpreters and transliterators that join the LSA network are provided opportunities to accept challenging assignments and gain competitive industry experience.
LSA, in cooperation with participating independently contracted interpreters and transliterators, seeks to provide all clients a high level of service. Accordingly, independent contractors participating in the LSA network should be familiar with and comply with industry best practices and recognized industry professional standards, which include:
Self directed schedules (track your availability online on our online scheduling system)
Timely payment for your services (submit invoices online)
RID's standard practices
Professional interpretation courtesy, protocols and confidentiality
Independently contracted interpreters and transliterators that participate in the LSA network have access to the Interpreter Community section of our website.
LSA offers independent contractor ASL assignments in each of the following service areas:
American Sign Language Interpretation
English/Oral English Transliteration