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Sep 092017
 

Lionbridge (an international company for localization and linguistic expertise) has a part-time job opportunity for native or near-native speakers of Ewe (Ghana).

You can work from home and you need to understand English instructions, as our company language is English.

Our projects include but are not limited to: transcription, accent rating, linguistic annotation and audio recordings. Please see below the details of the current project:

Input Method Testing for Ewe (Ghana)

Profile: Native or near-native speakers of Ewe with access to a personal Android 5.0+ device, English skill to understand elaborate guidelines, stable internet connection.

Estimated start date: As soon as possible.

Task: Install and test specific Ewe (Ghana) keyboard for emailing or messaging on the Android device. (Keyboard software will be provided)

Deliverable: filled in online questionnaire.

Rate: please contact us for the rate.

Location: Flexible, the worker can be located anywhere as long as there are a computer and a stable Internet connection.

The requirements for participation in our project would be native or near-native language skills in Ewe (Ghana) as well as ability to understand elaborate guidelines in English.

The post Lionbridge Job Vacancy : Translator and Input Method Tester of Ewe appeared first on Jobs in Ghana | http://jobwebghana.com/.

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