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Qualified Independent Contractors Work Opportunities

American High-Tech Transcription & Reporting uses independent contractors for some translation and transcription projects.


Independent Contractors (Work from Home)

We often outsource work projects to qualified independent contractors who are U.S. citizens or legal U.S. residents living and working in the U.S. when the workload is too great for our in-house staff to handle quickly. See requirements below.

English Transcription Qualifications

Applicants must have a newer personal computer with 200GB RAM memory available, 20GB unused hard drive space, MicrosoftWord 2007 or higher, as well as a minimum of 45 MBS for download speeds. Our proprietary transcription software may not work with any Apple hardware or software.

We don't hire students who are studying to enter another profession or those who only wish to work with us for a few months. English must be your native language.

The materials to be transcribed often contain language that can be offensive, violent, or otherwise very disturbing.

You must:
• Possess a current Global Online Entry System card (GOES), not a TSA Precheck, or
• Share a Standard Report from Goodhire.com at your own expense

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Foreign Language Translation

We are adding select foreign language translators to our list of independent contractors. We need court-certified Spanish translators, preferably living in the state of Florida. We also need Spanish translators, who have an active federal security clearance with the Department of Homeland Security.

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Translator Qualifications 

  • U.S. citizens or legal U.S. residents
  • English must be your native language
  • Pass FBI and State Police Criminal Background Checks
  • Share a Standard Report from Goodhire.com at your own expense
  • Provide evidence of Recent Federal Security Clearance, if applicable
  • Possess a current Global Online Entry System card (GOES), not a TSA Precheck
  • Translators must be certified or tested in their language through a state or federal court interpreter's program, or the American Translators Association (ATA), Academic Language Therapy Association (ALTA), American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL), or another nationally recognized certifying agency. Proof of current certification is required.

We are looking for Spanish translators who are court certified or have DHS clearance.

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How To Apply

We only accept inquiries by email. Please state whether you are applying for a translator's position or for general transcription. When requesting additional information about independent contracting opportunities, cut and paste your resume into the body of the email. We don't open attachments. Please use your own personal email address when requesting information. Due to a very large volume of inquiries, we do not keep resumes on file or a mailing list. We do not accept phone call inquiries. Please email us at frontoffice@htsteno.com.