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The quoting deadline for this job passed at Dec 1, 2019 15:00 GMT.
Ongoing translation of medical reports & documentation
Job posted at: Nov 27, 2019 15:54 GMT(GMT: Nov 27, 2019 15:54)
Job type: Potential Job
Service required: Translation
Languages: Arabic to English, Greek to English, Polish to English
Lexxika are looking to recruit responsive, helpful and experienced translators to join our small network of professional translators to help us provide urgent translation services to the clients we serve.
IMPORTANT: the clients & industry we serve require translations urgently to aid with the care of international travellers and patients. This means translations could be sent at any point during the day (within reason, of course) and required within a few hours.
We understand this isn't for everyone, so please do bear that in mind.
Applicants will be required to complete a short translation test for compliance purposes.
We're particularly interested in speaking to translators based in the USA and Australia & New Zealand.
Agencies - do not apply. You will be ignored and just waste everyone's time.
Poster country: United Kingdom
Service provider targeting (specified by job poster):
Membership: Non-members may quote after 12 hours Subject field: Medical (general) Quoting deadline: Dec 1, 2019 15:00 GMT
About the outsourcer:
This job was posted by a Blue Board outsourcer with a "likelihood of working again" average rating of 4.6 out of 5
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