When a newspaper comes out with such a headline on the front page, it is a clear sign that yet another eventful year is coming to an end. This is the time when we can forget all about politics and economics for a bit and – once the Christmas shopping is over – enjoy the winter sights of this beautiful city. At this time of year, reviews appear to have become mandatory practice and who are we to go against this tradition? See a calendar of 2013’s most important events and then forget about them, because 2014 is going to be an election year, so there will be plenty to read when The Budapest Times comes back from its winter holiday on 10 January. If all goes according to plan, the first paper of the New Year will have a different format.
Vacancy announcement - „French-German Translator” at the Secretariat of the Danube Commission (Budapest)
The Danube Commission is announcing the vacancy of the position of a „French- German Translator”. This appointment with an excellent compensation is to be taken up from January 2016. The selection process will take place in the first half of January 2016.
As the main responsibility of the translator is to provide written and oral translations from French to German, native German speaker candidates with excellent command of French are preferred. Good command of English and/or Russian and the knowledge of inland navigation terminology are of advantage.
Please send a motivation letter, detailed CV, copies of languages certificates and your eventual questions through e-mail at email@example.com not later than 10th December 2015.
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