LINGUIST List 10.558

Sun Apr 18 1999

Jobs: Lexicography/Japanese-Eng, Military Linguists

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  1. Alan, Technical lexicographer, Japanese-English
  2. default, Military Linguists

Message 1: Technical lexicographer, Japanese-English

Date: Sat, 17 Apr 1999 12:39:50 -0400
From: Alan <aengelintlscience.com>
Subject: Technical lexicographer, Japanese-English

ISTA is seeking a technical lexicographer (Japanese-English) with a
strong background in one of the following areas:

Chemical engineering
Automotive engineering
Biomedical engineering
Mechanical engineering
Electrical engineering

For details, please see

http://www.intlscience.com/TechnicalLexicographer.html


- 
Alan Engel
ISTA, Inc.
ConvertedKokai(tm) machine translations of Japanese patents
http://www.intlscience.com
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Message 2: Military Linguists

Date: Fri, 16 Apr 1999 15:57:02 -0700
From: default <defaultemh4.usarec.army.mil>
Subject: Military Linguists

Hello, my name is Staff Sergeant Bill Hudon, I am a military linguist
qualified in both Korean and Spanish. Just recently I have been sent to
help the Army's recruiting command find qualified personnel who are
interested in learning a foreign language at the premiere language
school in the country The Defense Language Institute. We are also
looking for people who can already qualify in a foreign language. Target
languages right now are : Arabic, Korean, Chinese Mandarin, and Russian.
There is a wealth of bonuses and benefits for qualified personnel. The
only prerequisites are U.S. Citizenship and to be in good general
health. For those interested, call me at (702) 639-2009 or my partner,
Staff Sergeant Sarah Chapman at (702) 639-2010. We are here pretty much
9 to 5 M-F on PDT. Or since you obviously have access to a computer: Im
at ssghudonhotmail.com and Sarah is at 6bde-clausarec.army.mil we
are here to give you information only!!! Your local Army recruiter would
be the one doing that.

 Come on, call us!!!
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