[J-Info] Fwd: Amazon Contract Positions
Amy Snyder Ohta
aohta at uw.edu
Fri Mar 2 15:07:59 PST 2012
FYI--positions at Microsoft for two native speakers of Japanese and one
native-speaker of Chinese (full-time positions).
If you are interested, send Andrew Kim (the sender, below and cc'd) your
resume. He is a kind UW alum and Microsoft employee who forwards
Japan-related positions to me to forward. He is *not* the recruiter and
will not contact you about the job or answer your questions. He will
forward resumes to the recruiter. The recruiter will contact applicants
that s/he is interested in.
---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Andrew Kim <ajk9683 at gmail.com>
Date: Fri, Mar 2, 2012 at 8:47 AM
Subject: Amazon Contract Positions
To: Amy Snyder Ohta <aohta at uw.edu>
Hi Ohta Sensei:
Below is a contract position at Amazon if you know any potential graduates
and graduated students that are interested. If people are interested,
please have them email me their resume (ajk9683 at gmail.com). Also give them
a heads up that I can't answer any questions about the job, they can ask
the recruiter after they are contacted about it.
***Manager is looking for native Japanese and Chinese speaking candidates.
He will be hiring 2 Japanese speaking candidates, and 1 Chinese speaking
candidate. HM is looking to have the Chinese speaking candidate, and one of
the Japanese speaking candidates start ASAP. The remaining Japanese
speaking candidate would ideally start at the end of March or beginning of
The Kindle team is looking for data quality operators to assist with Kindle
content. This role involves manual assessment & enhancement of some of the
top Kindle book titles in the US and UK. The project is a mission critical
one where the need for a high quality bar is paramount.
Voracious reader with wide knowledge of literature, history, and culture.
Bachelor’s degree in library science, liberal arts (such as English or
History), social studies, or equivalent
1-3 years experience in editing, quality assurance or publishing-related
Diligent work ethic, strong attention to detail, and rigorous
organizational and time-management skills
Team player with demonstrated capacity to work in a fast-paced environment.
Experience working with digital content and researching information on the
Excellent computer skills.
*Amy Snyder Ohta, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Japanese Applied Linguistics
Dept. of Asian Languages & Literature
University of Washington
Box 353521, Seattle, WA 98195
Office phone: (206) 543-6315 Dept. Office: (206) 543-4996
Office location: Gowen M231*
*email: aohta at uw.edu*
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