Highest-Quality Professional Interpreters
Sorenson Communications hires the most qualified ASL interpreters in the industry. Sorenson believes that besides being “certified,” there are many skills and qualities interpreters must have in order to provide the highest-quality VRS interpreting. Some of those qualities include experience in a variety of settings in the deaf community, fluency in ASL, English and/or Spanish and, of course, a positive attitude.
See what customers say about Sorenson interpreters:
“The Sorenson interpreter was professional and signed everything very clearly. Thank you for doing a great job and making the call smooth.”
“The wonderful interpreter understood me with me no problem and did not make me repeat my signs!! I want to say thanks. I appreciate you doing great interpreting for me!! Keep it up and many thanks!!”
“Outstanding interpreter – personality, lots of patience, helpful, charismatic, tops!!”
“Just wanted to let you know that I was very impressed with the two wonderful interpreters who interpreted for me for over one-and-half hours. They were very professional and friendly, and they did a wonderful job. You are fortunate to have them. Thank you for having the best interpreters.”
“Sorensen VRS has an excellent interpreter who did a superb job conveying the message between two people. His receptive and expressive skills are SUPERB! His attitude and his smiling face were wonderful! I sincerely hope to see him again on the screen.”
What are the qualifications of an SVRS interpreter?
Our SVRS interpreters are certified by either the National Association of the Deaf (NAD) or Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID), hold a state interpreter certificate at the Intermediate or Master Certificate skill levels or have years of professional interpreting experience. All SVRS interpreters receive on-going training and support.
SVRS interpreters are considered the most qualified in the industry because of the high standards they must meet. These standards include:
- A minimum of three or more years of professional working experience as a certified sign language interpreter in a variety of settings.
- Certifications at NAD level IV/V; or an RID CI, CT, CI/CT, CSC; or NIC, NIC Advanced, NIC Master; or a state interpreter certificate at the Intermediate or Master Certificate skill levels or hold a state interpreter certificate at the Intermediate or Master Certificate skill levels or have the professional interpreting experience subject to skill set verification and screening.
Do you know any interpreters looking to join a great team?
We’re constantly seeking full- and part-time interpreters for our SVRS interpreting centers located throughout the United States.See available jobs here