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Recruitment Starts for 60 Foreign Interpreters

February 3, 2009

The Ministry for Health, Welfare and Family Affairs is recruiting 60 foreigners as interpreter-translators for foreign residents who cannot speak Korean. 

Those hired will provide services for hospitals, schools, judiciary organizations or other administrative offices. Applicants should have resided in Korea for more than two years with diplomas beyond the high school level. Speaking and writing Korean fluently is also required. 

They will work at local “Multiculture Centers” five days per week, with occasional business trips. They will receive professional training from Hankuk University of Foreign Studies on counseling, information provision and education, beforehand. 

Click Here for the Full Story (The Korean Times)

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