Job 30052: Translators needed for government contracts
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Translators needed for government contracts: Job 00030052 Source language(s): All languages
Target language(s): English
Details of the project: Piedmont Translations is seeking qualified translators for over 25 different languages listed below. Contractors must be United States citizens currently residing in the US who are willing to undergo a government background screening.
Please don’t apply if you have a criminal record and/or serious credit problems. Keep in mind it may take 3-6 months for you to get approved.
Contractors will primarily be translating audiotapes. Work is flexible and pay is competitive.
Please send your resume or you can apply on our website
Languages include: [All to English]
5- Portuguese Kriol
10- French Lingala
22- French Congo
We will pay for this job 30 EUR per hour
Who can apply: Freelancers and agencies
Deadline for applying: 01/01/2016
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IP: 126.96.36.199 (Reston, United States) * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
Posted on Thursday, 29 Jan 2015, 05:32:21 Number of applications already submitted for this job: 0
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