The American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) is looking for native Quechua speakers to serve as part-time language proficiency testers. You must be based in the U.S., have valid work permission in the U.S., and attend one in-person training session, with all expenses paid by ACTFL.
At the in-person training, you’d learn how to use a rating scale of speaking proficiency. Then, once someone needs to be rated, you’d talk on the phone with someone who is learning Quechua and determine that person’s speaking rating. We don’t expect you’d have more than a few of these appointments per month, with each lasting about 30 minutes.
Attending an ACTFL language proficiency tester training is an opportunity to support learners of your native language, meet language professionals, and become involved in the work of a highly recognized foreign language association. There is payment available for undergoing this training; in addition, certified language testers are paid per test conducted.
Go to the application at [https://www.actfl.org/professional-development/training-certification/ilr-opi-candidate-application](https://www.actfl.org/professional-development/training-certification/ilr-opi-candidate-application) for more information.
[ACTFL](http://www.actfl.org) is a US-based nonprofit organization dedicated to the improvement and expansion of the teaching and learning of all languages at all levels of instruction.