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African French Linguist (Virginia)

Company Name:
Legal Interpreting Services
Company Overview
LIS is accredited and certified by multiple U.S. and international entities, reflecting the competency, authority, and credibility of LIS within the language service industry. Our key officers maintain official certificates and adhere to the quality and security standards incorporated by the U.S. government, state and federal agencies and Fortune 500 companies. LIS is a certified woman-owned business and a certified small business.
Description:
The ideal candidate would perform the simultaneous, consecutive or escort interpreting from African French into English. This assignment will be onsite taking a course. This five-week course is designed to enable (24) participants to detect, identify, classify, respond to, and resolve border intrusions in rural environments. Training is focused on small unit tactics, firearms handling, tracking, land navigation, emergency medical care, border security concepts, and operational planning.
As mentioned above, there are three categories and broken down into teams: 2 simultaneous interpreters, 4 consecutive interpreters and 1 escort interpreter.
There are two locations for this assignment, one in Montross, VA & the other in Chesapeake, VA.
This task starts on April 11,2014 and ends in May 17. Interpreters are required to attend the graduation on the last Friday of the course (May 16) but can leave the evening of May 16th (After 7pm) for their personal residence OR the morning of May 17th depending on availability. Interpreters are also required to attend badge and uniform issuance at 8am the morning of Sunday, April 13th.
Interpreters must bring appropriate business attire for the graduation and khakis and collared polos for daily exercises.
Must be in good physical condition to perform tactical exercises.
There is some classroom in this course, but the majority of the course is field exercises with consecutive interpretation.
Compensation: TBD.
Please email your resume to employment@lis-translations.com

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