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Part-time Resource Coordinator (Linguistics Coursework Preferred)

Part-time Resource Coordinator (Linguistics Coursework Preferred) (Provo, Utah)
MultiLing, a premier employer located in Utah County, is looking for a part-time Resource Coordinator to work in-house at our Provo headquarters. Responsibilities will include providing support to our internal resource team. Responsibilities will include researching possible candidates for translation work which will include testing and screening. There will be some editing work and working with vendors.
Requirements:
College-level coursework in Linguistics or English (required)
Excellent computer skills (Excel and Word)
Knowledge of a 2nd language (preferred)
High level of intelligence
Exceptional interpersonal skills
Detail-oriented
Ability to work approximately 20 hours per week during normal business hours (required)
Known for its stable performance, supportive management practices, appreciation of diverse global cultures, and contemporary work environment, MultiLing, offers the opportunity to be part of a small and growing organization that is mindful of its influence in the industry and is focused on excellence and collaboration. The total rewards package for this role includes competitive pay, 401k with match, annual profit sharing, an attractive benefits package, paid time off, paid holidays, an extensive wellness program, and the opportunity to work in a collaborative environment.
About MultiLing Corporation
Founded in 1988, MultiLing specializes in translating for the patent, IT, chemical, medical technology, biotechnology and automotive industries. Current clients include many Fortune 500 companies such as Dell, Procter & Gamble, Siemens, TYCO, LSI Corporation, and Promise Technology. Currently, the company maintains offices in Provo, Utah, as well as China, Germany, Japan, and Peru. Please visit the Press Room for more information.
See above.
TO APPLY: Qualified and interested parties may apply online: http://www.multiling.com/AboutUs/Careers.aspx

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