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Friday, July 27, 2018

HAUSA/ENGLISH INTERPRETER

We need a Hausa interpreter over the phone for about 90 minutes to speak to 5 young women in Nigeria.

If you are available, please contact us at careers [at] worldlanguagecommunications [dot] com

You can also register with us here:

http://www.worldlanguagecommunications.com/careers

Thank you! 

Friday, July 6, 2018

ARABIC TO ENGLISH TRANSLATION

We have a 20,000 word film script to translate from Egyptian Arabic to English. You must be 100% NATIVE in English and we need to see samples of your work to be considered. 

ALL FINAL CANIDATES will be interviewed over Skype, FaceTime or Googleout. No exception. 

If you qualify, please send your CV to careers [at] worldlanguagecommunications [com] 

Please also register with us to be considered for future work. 

http://www.worldlanguagecommunications.com/careers


Thank you! 

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

INTERPRETERS NEEDED

SPANISH, HMONG, VIETNAMESE, MANDARIN, KOREAN

PLEASE READ SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS FULLY. 

APPLICANTS NOT FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS WILL BE DISREGARDED. 

SUBMISSION INFORMATION AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS SCREEN

We need the following types of Interpreters for this 3 year contract:

1) IN PERSON INTERPRETING IN CALIFORNIA

2) OVER THE PHONE INTERPRETERS (NATIONWIDE)

1) IN PERSON INTERPRETING

We need CERTIFIED interpreters for Spanish, Vietnamese, Mandarin and Korean and REGISTERED interpreters for Hmong, for a multi-year California state contract at prisons, jails, detention centers and meeting facilities in the following cities, listed below.

We will accept 2 types of certifications:

A) The certification must be defined by the Judicial Council of California Administrative Office of the Courts (JCCAOC) as “an interpreter that has passed the Judicial Council’s Court Interpreter Certification Examination in one (1) of twelve (12) languages,” or, a registered interpreter defined by the JCCAOC as “One who interprets in a spoken language for which there is no state certification exam and has passed the English Fluency Examination.”

B) ATA certified interpreters.

CALIFORNIA CITIES WHERE INTERPRETERS ARE NEEDED: 

Auburn
Bakersfield
Berkeley
Ceres
Chico
Eureka
Fresno
Hanford
Merced
North Highlands
Oakland
Oxnard
Red Bluff
Redding
Sacramento
Salinas
San Francisco
San Jose

2) OVER THE PHONE INTERPRETING 
We will accept resumes from all qualified interpreters in the languages listed above. Interpreters must be available on an on call basis, to accept calls in a quiet, office environment.

Please follow this submission procedure 
exactly as explained below:

In the subject line of your email, write ONE of the following:
CERTIFIED IN PERSON & OPI- YOUR LANGUAGE - INT,  CITY or CITIES

OR 

CERTIFIED OR QUALFIED OPI - YOUR LANGUAGE - INT

For example, if you are a certified Spanish interpreter in person only, the subject would read:

CERTIFIED SPANISH INT, Bakersfield
or
CERTIFIED SPANISH INT, Berkeley, SF, Oakland

If you are a certified or non-certified interpreter anywhere in the US available for PHONE interpreting, the subject would read:

CERTIFIED (or QUALIFIED) OPI SPANISH - INT

For in person interpreting, we are seeking LOCAL interpreters when possible, so only list cities that are within normal driving distance for one day of travel.

Send your CV to careers [at] worldlanguagecommunications [dot] com

Thank you!




Wednesday, May 30, 2018








100 Best Things to Do in Iceland


Land of the Vikings, craft beers, and jaw-dropping scenery, Iceland has really come to the forefront of hipster and iconic-photographer’s attention in recent years as a hotspot (pun intended) for all things cultural, tartan-patterned and artisan coffee-orientated. With views and natural beauty to impress even the most underwhelmed of more party or sun-seeking travellers, Iceland caters for all and has experienced a surge of economic growth in the past 15 years, welcoming over 1,000,000 visitors in 2015. With this wide variety of interests and nationalities in mind, we’ve compiled a comprehensive list of 100 of the best things to do in Iceland, from scenic walks and nature tours, to the best craft beers and bars to visit, to . Here goes our list of 100 things to do in Iceland!
1. Swim in an Open Air Hot Tub (Reykjavik)
The notorious Blue Lagoon has produced many iconic images of travel in Iceland, and while it’s less than an hour outside Reykjavik city centre, the rather expensive ticket (€65 a pop!) and crowds of tourists may be off-putting for some. Alternative options include the more localised (and cheaper!) Laugardalslaug, and Vesturbaejarlaug in the west of the city, which are both only 10-20 minutes away from the centre. Either way, a dip in a hot spring thermal pool with hot taps and steamed saunas to contrast the chilly temperatures outside is an absolute must to experience when visiting Iceland.
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Wednesday, May 2, 2018

ENGLISH TO NORWEGIAN

ENGLISH TO NORWEGIAN 

We have 3347 words to translate in two excel documents.

Due date: 9 am PST Thursday May 3rd (tomorrow)

Please let us know if you are available to translate right away.

You can email us at careers [at] worldlanguagecommunications [dot] com

You can also register with us here: www.worldlanguagecommunications.com/careers

Thank you!