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We are looking for a Hebrew linguist for the position of Language Analyst for the Hebrew market based at the client's office in Cork, Ireland.
Start date : end of September/ beginning of October
Duration: 12 months
Analysing data in a given language and identifying potential issues.
Communicating with various departments.
Meeting daily KPI's to meet project requirements.
Any other duties that may apply.
- In-depth knowledge of native culture, staying up to date with day-to-day news and happenings in the target country and regular use of the language required.
- Preferably a Bachelor’s degree qualified or similar ideally in languages or similar.
- Mac OS proficiency preferable.
- Passionate about technology and good technical skills.
- Self-motivated and able to work as part of the team or independently.
- Adaptable to changing environments.
Salary: 34000 euro per annum pro rata
Office hours Monday - Friday
Relocation package provided that will cover flights over and first month's accommodation.
Applications can be submitted to [HIDDEN]
Poster country: Ireland
Service provider targeting (specified by job poster):
Membership: Non-members may quote after 12 hours Subject field: Computers: Software Quoting deadline: Aug 17, 2018 00:00 GMT
About the outsourcer:
This job was posted by a Blue Board outsourcer with a "likelihood of working again" average rating of 5 out of 5
Note: You cannot quote because the quoting deadline has passed.
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