Appen

  • Transcriber, Turkish speakers in Turkey

    Job Locations TR-Remote
    Posted Date 1 month ago(3/21/2018 2:29 AM)
    ID
    2018-2823
    Category
    Transcriber
  • Overview

    Appen, the #1 Employer on Flexjobs’s Top 100 Employers for Flexible work, is hiring for work from home roles.  We offer competitive pay, free training and the ability to set your own work schedule.

     

    Appen is working on a speech to text development application for a major technology company and we are seeking native Turkish speakers in Turkey to participate in this project.

     

    Location: Remote

     

    Hours: Minimum 20 hours per week

     

    Length: ~10 weeks

     

    Required Language: Turkish

     

    Task description:

     

    • The task involves transcribing/converting audio and video recordings to text in Turkish. You will be using a browser-based Appen transcription tool to carry out the task.
    • You are expected to work 20 hours weekly. You can choose to spread the required working hours throughout the week, including weekends.
    • Upon completion payment will follow via Paypal/Skrill

     

    Requirements: 

     

    • Native speaker of Turkish language
    • Understands basic English
    • Access to a computer with reliable internet and the latest version of Mozilla Firefox
    • Minimum availability of 20 hours per week. You can work more if desired.

     

    If you or someone you know meet the requirements and are interested, apply now!

     

    Detailed instructions will be provided via email shortly after you have applied. 

     

    Appen constantly seeks motivated freelancers to support their translation, transcription, annotation and data collection teams. To learn more about Appen and how we help technology companies by utilizing freelance workers around the globe check us out at www.appen.com or type in "appen jobs" in your favorite search tool.

     

    We are looking forward to receiving your application.

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