SENIOR COURT INTERPRETERS

R226 611 – R266 943 per annum. The successful candidate will be required to sign a performance agreement.

CENTRE : Ref No: 07/18/NC; Magistrate Office Kimberley (3 Posts) Ref No: 08/18/NC; Magistrate Office De Aar (1 Post)

REQUIREMENTS : NQF Level 4/Grade 12; National Diploma: Legal Interpreting at NQF Level 5 or any other relevant tertiary qualification at NQF Level 5; Three (3) years’ practical experience as a Court Interpreter; Knowledge of Policies, prescripts, legislation, court proceedings and cultural diversity; Drivers’ license will be an added advantage. Language Requirements: isiXhosa, Tswana, English, and Afrikaans are compulsory. Sotho, Sepedi, XiTsonga, Tshivenda and isiZulu will be an added advantage. Skills and Competencies: Computer literacy (MS Office); Good communication (written and verbal); Administration and organizational skills; Ability to maintain interpersonal relations; Accuracy and attention to detail.

DUTIES : To interpret in Court of Law (Civil and Criminal matters), confessions and commissions; Entering of criminal cases in the criminal record book / register; To interpret in small claims courts, disciplinary hearings and Conciliation and Arbitration; Interpret in re-trial proceedings and consultations; Consecutive interpreting from source to target language during Court proceedings, pre0trial, consultation, quasi and judicial. Interpret non-verbal gesture, dramatization and confessions; Ensure that subordinates conclude performance agreements; Review performance and give feedback to Court Interpreter; Collect, monitor interpreting register, calculate and compile statistics; Making arrangements for foreign languages interpreters in consultation with the Prosecutor; To perform a variety of routine interpreting duties related to the Core function of the Department; To attend to all other duties that can be assigned to him / her from time to time and to assist with the necessary Administrative duties. ENQUIRIES : Mr R Muller  (053) 802 1300

NOTE : Separate application must be made quoting the relevant reference number. Applicants will be subjected to a Language test

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