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Living and Working in China- Russian Speaker needed- Job Post

Posted by w_thames_the_d on July 21, 2010


Here is a job post for a native Russian speaker:

Transcription Proofreader. You will be required to listen to an audio file (MP3 format) while reading the script to check if it is an exact transcription of the audio/video file.

• If there are any imperfections in the script (spelling mistakes or if the script does not exactly correspond to the audio or any other mistakes), you must highlight these mistakes and make the necessary corrections.

Requirements

• Native Russian Speaker
• Mastery of Russian spelling
• Mastery of Russian grammar.
• Mastery of reading, writing, and listening to Russian
• Quick and efficient.

 Job Duration

• Contract basis for around 2 ~ 3 months.
• Monday to Friday
• 9 am ~ 6 pm (8 working hours / day)

 On-Site Test / Qualification

• We will require you to come to our office for a test to assess your ability and overall competence to do this job. The test may take anywhere from 2 ~ 4 hours.
• If you pass the test, we will make you a salary offer.
• If you do not pass the test, we will inform you about it.

 Permanent Employee Status

• After the contract job is over, if we determine that you did a good job, we may offer you a full-time position as an in-house Russian proofreader and/or translator.If you are interested, please send to this number 186-0115-0402 the following details:

1. Full Name
2. Email Address
3. “Russian native speaker”

2 Responses to “Living and Working in China- Russian Speaker needed- Job Post”

  1. nikolay said

    Hello, my name is Nikolay
    why I want to go to China, because
    1. to teach Chinese students (more and more practice – oral language)
    2. share with Chinese students some knowledge about Russia (I had been in many cities like Moscow etc.)
    3. to visit some cities in China and compare with Russian cities, to know more about culture in China, maybe to learn Chinese language.
    But I have question, if you pick me will you provide a visa, because I really want to visit country rich of ancient history and culture

    • wtdevflnt said

      Hello Nikolay, I am sorry and maybe was not clear in the post. That job is for a company in China with which I have no contact. What I mean to say is that saw the job, but I do not know the company. You can contact them directly. It sounds like you have a good reason to come and their may be plenty of opportunities. Please feel free to let me know if you need help.

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