A Russian translator.. The core purpose of this role is to Lead Group IT SW category and in doing so Lead Key Transformational Sourcing programmes e.g. Digital BSS Sourcing Strategy and Execute delivery against Ooredoo’s key strategies whilst delivering significant savings.
A Russian translator in Qatar
job required / Russian Linguist CAT III
What are the required conditions?
- Must have proficiency in Russian and English speaking and writing Level 3/3 of Interagency Language Roundtable (ILR)-Native proficiency preferred.
- Extensive knowledge of Russian culture with previous work in the region-Native familiarity preferred.
- Experience interpreting and translating Russian into English.
- Ability to understand the essentials of all speech in standard dialect and vocabulary, rarely requiring the need for paraphrasing or explanation.
- Familiarity with the local culture and customs with the ability to operate within the local populace.
- Must be a U.S. citizen.
- Clearance Required: Top Secret SCI.
How to hire a Russian translator?
Here are some tips on how to hire a Russian translator:
- Decide whether you want to work with a freelancer or a translation agency. Freelancers are often more affordable, but they may not have the same level of experience or expertise as a translation agency. Translation agencies typically have a team of translators with different specializations, so they can be a good option if you need a translation for a specific industry or topic.
- Do your research. Before you hire a translator, take some time to research their qualifications and experience. Look for translators who have a native understanding of both Russian and English, and who have experience translating in your specific industry or topic.
- Get quotes from multiple translators. Once you’ve found a few potential translators, get quotes from each of them. This will help you compare prices and services, and it will give you a better idea of which translator is the best fit for your needs.
- Ask for samples of their work. Once you’ve narrowed down your choices, ask each translator for samples of their work. This will give you a good idea of their style and accuracy.
- Be clear about your needs. When you’re communicating with the translator, be clear about your needs. This includes the type of translation you need, the deadline, and the budget.
- Provide clear instructions. When you’re providing the translator with your text, be sure to provide clear instructions. This includes the tone and style you want the translation to have, as well as any specific terminology or formatting requirements.
- Review the translation. Once the translator has completed the translation, be sure to review it carefully. This includes checking for accuracy, grammar, and style.
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