Job Call for Translators and Interpreters – First Nations Languages

All Languages (perhaps this company) has a listing on Workopolis for translators and interpreters of Canadian aboriginal languages. A translator is a person who works on written documents, and an interpreter does oral or signed work.

The posting says translators and interpreters working in all aboriginal languages are welcome although Cree (cre), Kanata (intended language unknown), Mohawk (moh), OjiCree (ojs) and Ojibway (oji) are mentioned by name.

The areas mentioned are Ottawa, Toronto, Whitehorse, and Yellowknife.

The requirements are a post-secondary degree and at least one year in the language industry.

Workopolis charges for employers to advertise jobs. Responding is free. Read more at Wikipedia.

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3 Responses to “Job Call for Translators and Interpreters – First Nations Languages”

  1. wakablogger Says:

    Mathias points out at SAVIUS that the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History is now accepting applications for linguists to work on Native American languages.

  2. David Dacey Says:

    Alpha Language Services are looking for Interpreters and Translators who are either native speakers or hold the DPSI certificate.

    They can be contacted on recruitment@alphalanguage.co.uk

  3. Interpretariat Says:

    Interpretariat…

    […]Job Call for Translators and Interpreters – First Nations Languages « Living Languages[…]…

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