LINGUIST List 15.2253

Sat Aug 7 2004

Jobs: Translator, ASET International, VA, USA

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Message 1: Jobs: Translation: Translator, ASET International, VA, USA

Date: Thu, 5 Aug 2004 19:13:06 -0400 (EDT)
From: live <>
Subject: Jobs: Translation: Translator, ASET International, VA, USA

University or Organization: ASET International Services Corporation
Department: Conference Services Division
Rank of Job: Translator
Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics


Applicants must know English and at least one of the listed languages
and be US citizens. Applicants with clearance who are based in the
Washington, DC, area are especially encouraged to apply. The work will
include transcription of live conversations, translation into English,
and other duties.

(1) Arabic, Mandarin linguists to work on-site in the Washington DC
area for two months in the near future. We are accepting bids on two
months of full-time in-house assignment as government linguist.

(2) Amharic, Somali, and Haitian Creole linguists to work for up to 4
years in the Washington, DC area. Relocation expenses will be paid.

(3) Korean, Mandarin, Dari, Pashto, Hindi, Albanian, Farsi, Punjabi,
Dutch, Norwegian, Russian, French, Arabic, Albanian, Czech, Slovak,
Macedonian, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Polish, German to work on short-term
or long-term projects in the upcoming years in the Washington DC area.

We accept emailed resumes at, with an
indication of the applicant's citizenship, clearance, and language
proficiency tests as well as the number of the project (1, 2, 3) For
project(1), indicate required pay, please. 

Applications sent ASAP are appreciated. Thanks!

Address for Applications:

	Attn: Interpreter Management
	2009 North 14th St Suite 100
	Arlington, VA 22201
	United States of America 

Position is open until filled.

Contact Information:
	Interpreter Management.
	Tel: 703-516-9266
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