Young_Career Unit DCA Part 2
By: Stormi Young
The career I want is called an Interpreter and Translator.
Explain the meaning of information to others. Get information needed to do the job. Perform for or work with the public. Update and use job-related knowledge. Communicate with people outside the organization. Communicate with supervisors, peers, or subordinates. Establish and maintain relationships. Process information. Organize, plan, and prioritize work. Make decisions and solve problems. Document and record information. Think creatively. Identify objects, actions, and events. Assist and care for others. Use computers. Schedule work and activities. Analyze data or information. Monitor events, materials, and surroundings. Evaluate information against standards. Coach others.
Sit for long periods of time. Repeat the same movements. Understand the speech of another person. Speak clearly so listeners can understand. See details of objects that are less than a few feet away. Hear sounds and recognize the difference between them. Use fingers to grasp, move, or assemble very small objects. see differences between colors, shades, and brightness. Use stomach and lower back muscles to support the body for long periods without getting tired.
Schools, hospitals, courtrooms, and conference centers.
Interpreters and Translators Job Description