•Translate Arabic and English documents contents covering different subjects.
•Verbal consecutive or instantaneous interpretation during events, meetings or workshops held by the company.
•Assist consultants and project managers in translating work documents.
•Review translated documents and perform necessary proof reading and editing of texts and scripts.
Dajani Consulting a Jordanian management and development consulting firm has a full-time job opening for a Translator/Interpreter (English –Arabic)with the following qualifications:
•A or preferably Master degree in English Literature, Linguistics, Translation or related fields.
•Fluent Arabic and English language skills. A third language would be advantageous.
•At least 5 years experience in translation and interpretation.
•Excellent computer skills (MS Applications).
•Excellent Report preparation skills.
•Excellent Editing skills.
•Dedicated for Full-time and able to work for long hours.
- Job Location:
- Amman, Jordan
- Company Industry:
- Business Support
- Company Type:
- Employer (Private Sector)
- Job Role:
- Joining Date:
- Employment Status:
- Full time
- Employment Type:
- Monthly Salary Range:
- Manages Others:
- Number of Vacancies:
- Career Level:
- Mid Career
- Years of Experience:
- Min: 5
- Residence Location:
- Bachelor's degree / higher diploma
About This Company
As a private company, Dajani Consulting offers management, economic and technical consulting, and training services to governments, private sector, NGOs, civil society organizations, and donor agencies in the Middle East and North Africa region. We espouse excellence in our services and strive to provide value to our clients, setting for ourselves the highest possible standards of performance.
At the center of our practices, is the objective of supporting the public and private sectors of the region in fostering prosperous economies and resilient, stable markets.
We pride ourselves for maintaining a strong research and development focus, and constantly review the content of all our services in order to understand what represents best practices locally, regionally and internationally. We also modify these offerings regularly, either through adopting innovative practices or through creating our own innovations.