WANTED! English/Russian interpreter intern

Hungarian Civil Liberties Union (HCLU/TASZ) is looking for English/Russian interpreter intern for voluntary internship for a 3-months session.

YOU need: practical experience in translating and interpreting to English<>Russian; vocabulary in spheres of human rights, advocacy, gender and health; extensive practice in speaking Russian and English; ready to devote 15 hours/week to this internship

WE provide : materials for translation; opportunities to practice speaking Russian and English; comments and grades (if necessary) for your translation; explanations and examples of word use; training with TRADOS, search engines, websites,transcribing and subtitling; training in blind typing in Russian; recommendation/ comments for your future employers

The position is open every 3 months.

Please send your CV and a short letter of interest in Russian and English to Aliya Rakhmetova at tasz@tasz.hu or call HCLU/TASZ at (06 1) 209 0046.

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