The Court Interpreter Certification Board is a ten-member body under the supervisory authority of the Supreme Court of Florida (and created by the Court), to supervise the certification and conduct of persons that provide foreign language interpreting services in the trial courts. The duties of the board include:
- The certification, regulation, discipline, suspension, and revocation of certification of court interpreters;
- The authority to adopt rules governing its operating procedures; and
- The authority to make recommendations to the Supreme Court regarding amendment of related rules.
The board is comprised of the following persons appointed by the Chief Justice:
- Two county court judges;
- Three circuit court judges;
- Three trial court administrators; and
- Two federally certified court interpreters.
Applications are currently being accepted for one of the federally certified court interpreter positions.
How to Apply:
Please complete the attached, writeable form and provide on a separate sheet any additional information that you feel may be of interest to the board or the Supreme Court in consideration of your application. You may send the document (and accompanying attachment(s)) electronically by clicking on the “Submit” button located at the top right-hand corner of the application.
Alternately, the form (and additional relevant information, if applicable) may be sent via mail to:
Hon. Ronald N. Ficarrotta
c/o Lisa Bell
Office of the State Courts Administrator
Supreme Court Building
500 South Duval Street
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1900
The deadline to apply is May 3, 2013
Please direct all email inquiries to Lisa Bell