LINGUIST List 12.1212

Wed May 2 2001

Jobs: Linguist at National Security Agency, MA USA

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  1. KiKi Tsamouras, Linguist: at National Security Agency, Maryland USA

Message 1: Linguist: at National Security Agency, Maryland USA

Date: 30 Apr 2001 21:31:55 -0000
From: KiKi Tsamouras <>
Subject: Linguist: at National Security Agency, Maryland USA

Rank of Job: 
Areas Required: Linguist
Other Desired Areas: Asian, Middle East, Slavic Languages
University or Organization: National Security Agency
State or Province: Maryland
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: open
Contact: KiKi Tsamouras

Address for Applications:
9800 Savage Road, Suite 6779
Ft. George G. Meade
MD 20755-6779

Few careers put language skills to a more steady and compelling use
than a position with us. As an NSA linguist, you will be involved in
activities that focus on the expert translation, transcription,
reporting, and analysis of materials of national concern. You may be
involved in projects that have global ramifications. We are
particularly interested in those individuals who are proficient in
Asian, Middle Eastern, or Slavic languages.

A linguistic career with the NSA develops your ability to evaluate
communications, taking into account cultural and political factors of
current and historical value. You may also be called upon to further
your understanding of a culture in which a certain language is spoken,
expanding your horizons more than a comparable career in business,
commerce, or academia normally would. In short, your language skills
will make a world of difference here.

Let's speak about your advancement potential. As an NSA linguist you
may take on additional research and reporting responsibilities; apply
for field assignments abroad; elect to teach at our National
Cryptologic School using live language broadcasting via SCOLA
(Satellite Communications for Learning Association); learn new
languages at our National Cryptologic School or through reimbursed
language courses at prestigious local colleges and universities.

The NSA advantages are hard to ignore-important work, real-world
impact, strong growth potential, and the world's best language
resources. Interested candidates, please forward your resume to: US Citizenship is required of all applicants.

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