18 Mar 2023
Full-Time Foreign Language Translator – Bahrah
There are a number of ways the Translator helps parents, community members and school staff communicate. Education-related texts are translated by the incumbent(s) and a glossary is kept up to date.
Job Title : Foreign Language Translator
Location : Bahrah, Mecca, Saudi Arabia
Salary : $ 26.9 per hour.
Company : Van Wagner
Job Type : Full-Time
- Execute clerical duties, such as answering phones, greeting visitors, addressing general inquiries, opening and sorting mail, creating purchase order requests, verifying invoices, and preparing stipends to be paid.
- Translates education-related papers such as forms, urgent notifications to parents, notices of medical concerns, legal and confidential matters, handbooks, advisories, surveys, school newsletters, and other District resources.
- Creates and maintains databases containing information on the temporary employee pool, including evaluation findings, hours spent, training status, and other associated data.
- When it comes to delicate topics such as student academics and student disciplinary issues as well as medical crises and other sensitive situations, a school’s interpretation service may help.
- Make sure your translations are accurate by going through them many times to ensure that nothing has been omitted or altered from the original.
- Translations of any kind, including flyer, social media posts, district-wide announcements/press releases, and other documents, must be accurate.
- In general, writing may capture geopolitical, regional, ethnic, and cultural factors. Word choice and expression typically conform to target language (TL) norms and ways of expression relevant to the subject area (s) and are strong enough to enable the translator to function sequentially in that field.
- Make the most of your research time and effort. In order to generate textual translations and goods, one needs have a basic grasp of Microsoft Office and the Internet.
- Researches medical and technical terminology in both the source language and the target language to make sure that both can be understood and that the translations are correct.
- Revises the work of others in the District who have translated papers. It aids in the training of school district employees and consultants that give translation services to schools.
- Making a demonstration in a designated language that is superior to conversational skill in order to allow constituencies with limited English language capacity to engage fully in the identified process.
- Bachelor’s degree in Translation, Foreign Language, or a similar profession, or an equivalent combination of education and experience, as well as proven interpersonal and writing and vocal communication abilities, are necessary.
- Involving and supporting communication skills when communicating with supervisors, employees, students, and other individuals in order to communicate information
- Fluency in two languages at an educated native speaker level, with a grasp of the culture that underpins the language.
- Valid driver’s license and willingness to translate in school and community contexts using one’s own vehicle