The EU Monitoring Mission in Georgia is looking for an interpreter in its Field Office in Zugdidi. Only applicants meeting minimum eligibility criteria will be considered, successful completion of university studies of at least 3 years attested by a diploma at Bachelor’s level and after having fulfilled the education requirements, a minimum of 3 years of relevant and proven professional experience in interpreting and translating between Russian, Georgian and English.
The EU Monitoring Mission in Georgia (EUMM) is an unarmed civilian monitoring mission. It was established by the European Union on 15 September 2008. The Mission’s mandate consists of stabilisation, normalisation and confidence building, as well as reporting to the EU in order to inform European policy-making and thus contribute to the future EU engagement in the region.
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