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Translate the National Mental Health Programme’s Code of Conduct from English to Arabic

The National Mental Health Programme

22 Mar 2020 Apply now Share
22 Mar 2020 Apply now Share
Task
Background and objectives
Requirements
The National Mental Health Programme is looking for a professional translator to translate the programme’s Code of Conduct from English to Arabic, making sure to maintain the document’s original meaning, format, and tone. The translator’s responsibilities include: • Reading and thoroughly understanding the context of the given material. • Converting 12 pages of written text from the English language to Arabic. • Using specialized dictionaries and translation tools. • Ensuring translated content conveys original meaning and tone. • Proofreading the translated text for grammar, spelling, and punctuation accuracy. • Following up with internal stakeholders to ensure the translated materials meet their needs.
Translation
Translation and interpretation
The National Mental Health Programme translates internally developed materials for the purpose of spreading information, knowledge, and ideas within the programme. Translators are required to provide ready-to-use translated content that meets the National Mental Health Programme’s internal needs.
Volunteers: 1 needed
20+ hours per week / 2 weeks
To be successful in this role, you should have: • Bachelor degree in Translation or a similar field. • A keen eye for detail and be fluent in at least two languages. • Proven work experience as a translator or a similar role. • Time-management skills. • Excellent written and verbal communication skills. • Excellent writing skills and command of grammar. • Enthusiasm for acquiring knowledge. • Ability to work independently.
Lebanon
English, Arabic

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