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LINGUIST List 17.3623

Thu Dec 07 2006

Jobs: Freelance Language Learning Course Writers, Random House

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        1.    Zviezdana Verzich, Irish Gaelic, Thai, Greek, and Polish: Freelance Language Course Writers, Random House

Message 1: Irish Gaelic, Thai, Greek, and Polish: Freelance Language Course Writers, Random House
Date: 07-Dec-2006
From: Zviezdana Verzich <zverzichrandomhouse.com>
Subject: Irish Gaelic, Thai, Greek, and Polish: Freelance Language Course Writers, Random House

Organization: Random House
Department: Living Language
Web Address: http://www.livinglanguage.com
Job Rank: Rank Open
Specialty Areas: Irish Gaelic, Thai, Greek, and Polish

Living Language (Random House), the premier publisher of self-study foreign
language courses, is looking for native speakers of Irish Gaelic, Thai, Greek,
and Polish to write a beginner-level course in their respective language. Native
proficiency in Irish Gaelic, Thai, Greek, or Polish and excellent English
writing skills are required. Candidates with language teaching and/or course
development experience will be preferred.

If you are interested in this opportunity and would like more details about
submitting a sample lesson for consideration, please submit your resume/CV to
Christopher Warnasch at cwarnaschrandomhouse.com for Polish and Greek, and to
Zviezdana Verzich at zverzichrandomhouse.com for Irish Gaelic and Thai.

Application Deadline: 01-Jan-2007
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