LINGUIST List 10.1141

Thu Jul 29 1999

Jobs: Japanese Lang, Portuguese Ling

Editor for this issue: Scott Fults <scottlinguistlist.org>


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  1. Richard Hammond, Japanese Language: Opportunity In Tokyo
  2. Dennis Chai, Portuguese Ling: Software developer in Washington

Message 1: Japanese Language: Opportunity In Tokyo

Date: Mon, 26 Jul 1999 12:44:02 -0700
From: Richard Hammond <richardclausman.com>
Subject: Japanese Language: Opportunity In Tokyo


Clausman Legal Staffing, Inc., a Houston based company provides
contract staffing to several firms and corporations throughout the
nation. One client in particular has asked us to locate several
individuals that are bilingual in the English and Japanese language to
perform document review. The right candidate should have experience
in reviewing and/or working with banking / lending type documents and
real estate experience is preferred. Certain areas within these
documents are needed to be "flagged" for the attorneys on this
particular case. Travel expenses and accommodations are fully paid
and a highly competitive hourly salary will be paid on a weekly basis.
A one to two month commitment is required for this project, however,
the project is scheduled to last for quite some time. Qualified
individuals can send a resume via email at: richardclausman.com or
via fax at: 310-284-3145.

Should there be any additional questions, please feel free to contact
our Los Angeles office at: 310-284-3144.

Best Regards,

Richard H.
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Message 2: Portuguese Ling: Software developer in Washington

Date: Wed, 28 Jul 1999 09:23:53 PDT
From: Dennis Chai <v_dennischotmail.com>
Subject: Portuguese Ling: Software developer in Washington

Redmond Washington's largest software company is looking for a native
Portuguese speaker with a passion of technology and language to work
on software QA for a six month project. All candidates interested in
this position, please email your resume/CV to v-dougkemicrosoft.com
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