The Senior interpreter performs advanced, interpreting work in a highly dynamic, technical business environment via video conference and in-person for high-stakes and sensitive meetings, employee webcasts, and negotiations with external customers and organizations. They work autonomously, building and maintaining rapport to expand professional relationships with customers, vendor-colleagues, business partners, and mixed collaborator groups. They are a thought and action leader with high-risk interpreting-operations projects that remove communication barriers, ensure seamless communication access for all participants, and model the highest quality of professionalism. They proactively engage with peers and contractors to appropriately prepare for assigned meetings, mentors team interpreters and are open to feedback from peers and consumers to continuously improve their craft. Demonstrated commitment to adherence to the RID Code of Professional Conduct, knowledge of power, privilege, and oppression inclusion practices and other national professional standards critical.

This is a remote position available in the following states: WA, CO, TX, KS, IL, GA, VA, MD, NJ, and FL


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Job Responsibilities

  • The Senior interpreter must be expertly adept in handling conference call interactions, in-person meetings, and multifaceted, sophisticated language needs for several hours per day with a large, diverse group of Deaf employees.
  • Interprets high-risk communication predominately from ASL to English involving peers, contractors, and employees.
  • Acquire and review relevant linguistic prep materials and contribute to the assessment of interpreting talent matches per event/project to ensure the accuracy and efficacy of the interpretation.
  • Engages in professional development relevant to the position, provides peer mentoring, and brings learning to the team to stay up to date on trends and standard methodologies in this environment.
  • Optimally provides tactile/pro-tactile interpreting and basic co-navigating needs for DeafBlind professionals in the workplace and professional settings.


  • Bachelor’s Degree o or equivalent professional experience in lieu of degree

Work Experience

  • 2-4 years Working with individuals who are DeafBlind and using tactile/pro-tactile communication
  • 6+ years post national certification – Expert-level communication facilitation between English, American Sign Language, and Conceptually Accurate Signed English
  • 6+ years – Professional interpreting experience in technical settings
  • 6+ years – Experience in interpreting in remote settings including but not limited to Webex, Zoom, MS Teams, and others

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Business Acumen: Senior Interpreter demonstrates superior ASL to English interpretation skills specific to business settings involving multiple Deaf and hearing participants
  • Tactile/Pro-Tactile interpreting specialization skills
  • Confidentiality: Ability to handle confidential information
  • Task Management: Ability to multi-task and juggle between different meeting platforms during conference calls
  • Video Conferencing: Expert knowledge in maneuvering a variety of virtual interpreting platforms and multiple screens; Webex, Zoom, Microsoft Teams, and others simultaneously
  • Microsoft Office: Intermediate skills in Microsoft Office applications

Licenses and Certifications:

  • Certification in the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID), BEI Master or above
  • State licensure as residency (Required)


  • At least 18 years of age
  • Legally authorized to work in the United States


  • Travel Required (Yes/No): Yes, up to 25% based on business needs.

Colorado Pay Range : $35.06 – $47.43


Washington Pay Range : $36.39 – $49.24

The pay range above is the general base pay range for a successful candidate in the state listed. The successful candidate’s actual pay will be based on various factors, such as work location, qualifications, and experience, so the actual starting pay may be above or below this range. At T-Mobile, employees in regular, non-temporary roles are eligible for an annual bonus or periodic sales incentive or bonus, based on their role. Most Corporate employees are eligible for a year-end bonus based on company and/or individual performance and which is set at a percentage of the employee’s eligible earnings in the prior year. Certain positions in Customer Care are eligible for monthly bonuses based on individual and/or team performance, while Retail and Business Sales roles are eligible for monthly or quarterly sales incentives. And since we are ALL owners, EVERY employee at T-Mobile is eligible for an Annual Stock Grant.


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At T-Mobile, our benefits exemplify the spirit of One Team, Together! A big part of how we care for one another is working to ensure our benefits evolve to meet the needs of our team members. Full and part-time employees have access to the same benefits when eligible. We cover all of the bases, offering medical, dental and vision insurance, a flexible spending account, 401(k), employee stock grants, employee stock purchase plan, paid time off and up to paid 12 holidays – which total about 4 weeks for new full-time employees and about 2.5 weeks for new part-time employees annually – paid parental and family leave, family building benefits, back-up care, enhanced family support, childcare subsidy, tuition assistance, college coaching, short and long term disability, voluntary AD&D coverage, voluntary accident coverage, voluntary life insurance, voluntary disability insurance, and voluntary long-term care insurance.

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