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Nov 082019
 

Join Vodafone’s support functions, where we work within the heart of our business, providing top notch support, expertise and guidance across our Qatar operations. Here at Vodafone we’re always moving, always growing and adapting. It’s this attitude and approach that has allowed us to create a continuous culture of development. What makes our corporate function a great place to work? It’s simple really. We challenge the business to move forward, and in return can offer you no shortage of exciting projects designed to encourage growth and success. Hard work is valued and rewarded with us and we can offer you a world of opportunities for future development, and a culture that makes you truly proud to work here.
 

As a Translator with us you will be responsible for providing the company with key English & Arabic translation and language support to ensure all that’s communicated internally and externally is delivered in high quality language. You will work with a number of functions and interact with senior management in your role as the company’s language champion and guardian.

Sound like the corporate function you’d like to be part of? Submit your application today!

Job Details

Posted Date: 2019-11-07
Job Location: Doha, Qatar
Job Role: Legal
Company Industry: Telecommunications

Preferred Candidate

Career Level: Mid Career
Degree: Bachelor’s degree

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