University of Rochester Spanish Interpreter - 230164 in Rochester, New York
Spanish Interpreter Job ID 230164Location Strong Memorial Hospital Full/Part Time Part-Time Favorite Job Regular/Temporary Regular Opening
Part Time 20 hours Grade 006 Interpreter ServicesResponsibilities
Age of Patient Population Served: All
X Pediatric: age 1-12
X Adolescent: age 13-17
X Adult: age 18-64
X Geriatric: age 65
The Spanish interpreter provides interpreting services for all clinical and professional University of Rochester Medical Center staff, patients and family members/significant others who are with the patient. All Interpreters on staff generally provide these services during normal business hours at the Medical Center, Outpatient Clinics, and Hospital Affiliates.
Completes scheduled training and other required staff activities.
Yearly mandatory online policy and procedure training
Yearly health updates
Attends staff meetings
Other training/activities as necessary
Completes all paperwork and administrative duties.
eRecord completed at the end of each patient interaction
Database entries based on completed schedules and requests
On-Call log (blue book) if applicable
Yearly certification update if applicable
Professional development transcripts
Other paperwork and assignments as necessary
Performs clinical duties.
Interpreter carries a pager assigned by the hospital responding to all pages immediately.
Interpreter interprets all assignments, whether prescheduled or via pager, in a timely and professional manner in accordance with hospital policy.
Supervision, Accountability, and Evaluation
The Spanish interpreter is supervised by the Lead for Spanish Interpreter Services.
The Spanish interpreter is accountable to the Lead of Spanish Interpreter Services for implementation of the job responsibilities set forth in this job description, adherence to Hospital and Social Work and Patient & Family Services policies, procedures and standards of interpreter conduct and adherence to the NCIHC Codes of Ethics and Standards of Practice.
The Spanish Interpreter arranges coverage and contacts supervisor if commitment to scheduled work cannot be fulfilled.
An evaluation is conducted at the end of the first six months of employment, and annually thereafter by the Lead for Spanish Interpreter Services.
Experience interpreting in a health care setting is required.
Minimum of 48 hours training in Medical Interpreting preferred.
Certification by IMIA, CCHI, NCIHC or ATA preferred at time of employment or within 18 months of employment.
Bachelor degree strongly preferred .
How To Apply
All applicants must apply online.
EOE Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled