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Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Pashto Dari Linguists Afghanistan

Pashto Dari Linguists Afghanistan

We are looking for someone who can speak both Pashto and Dari and is at least a US citizen.
We will sponsor your clearance if you are just a US citizen, but are also looking for people who have SECRET and TOP SECRET clearances as well.

Pashto Dari Linguists Afghanistan
You will be working in Afghanistan alongside the troops. Your main function will be translation.
That could be in the form of face to face translation, listening to radio intercepts, and reading documents. Most of your time will be on a base there, but there could be some patrols as well.
All with the US military with them at all times
For US citizens without a clearance, we are paying 81k
For US citizens with a secret clearance, we are paying 101k
For US citizens with a top secret clearance, we are paying 130k.
These are federal tax free.
This will be for a one year contract in Afghanistan, where your room and board are paid for.
This is a renewable contract.
We also offer world class benefits, there is an R&R Incentive of up to $2,500 per R&R up to three times in a 12 month period.
Company 401k, where we will match up to 4% of your total compensation and you are vested immediately.
Additionally, you will receive Profit Sharing at the end of every quarter.

Please note that WE ARE the only DLITE company with a universal participation profit-sharing plan.
Please send resumes to lucy@military-civilian.com with the job title in the subject line. 310-455-2002


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