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  • Transcription Supervisor - Thai Language

    Job Locations AU-Chatswood, New South Wales
    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(3 weeks ago)
    ID
    2018-3409
    Category
    Supervisor
  • Overview

    Appen develops high quality speech and language technology solutions namely used in car navigation systems, mobile phones, word processing packages, directory assistance, speaker verification tools and hand-held machine translation devices. Our staff comprises Linguists, IT professionals and Project Managers who collaborate to produce quality work in over 100 different languages for many of the world’s leading companies.


     


    Position Summary:


    The work will primarily involve the management and supervision of a transcription project in Thai language. The role will involve communicating with a team of freelance distributed transcribers; data entry; monitoring the throughput of transcribers; assisting with quality control of the project; some translation work.


     


    Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:



    • Must be a native level speaker of Thai

    • Good working knowledge of English

    • Efficiency and attention to detail

    • Good computer and typing skills

    • Must have intermediate skills in Microsoft Office (including Excel) and Google sheets


    Preferred Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:



    • Translation experience

    • Experience in project management is preferred but not essential

    • Decent knowledge of popular media in Thai speaking regions


    Project Details:



    • Duration: 6 months

    • Work Hours: 30-40 hours (hours varying based on the stage of the project)

    • Work Location: Chatswood office, New South Wales, Australia (in-office)

    • Compensation: AUD$25.70 p/h incl. superannuation

    • Australian working rights essential

    • This is ideally a full-time role, but a part time work load can be considered for the right applicant

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