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Interpiter and translator
transator and interpreter (Former Employee), Columbus, OHAugust 16, 2014
Pros: free lunches
Cons: healtcare
I worked as a interpreter and translator with USA army in Afghanistan.
and I translate the documents.
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work is work and by hard working and smile I can make it fun
Dari / Pashto linguist (Former Employee), Kandahar AfghanistanJuly 23, 2014
work is fun for me and I am a hard worker the hardest part of the job is to being late and hate to be late I am always on time
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work in Military envirnment
Contract Linguist (Former Employee), GermanyJuly 11, 2014
Pros: barbecues every month
Cons: flexible schedule
work normal office work and learn from senior coworkers, make your own decision then then submit to QC .
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Great company
DEPUTY PROGRAM/SITE MANAGER (Former Employee), Fort Dix, NJJuly 8, 2014
Great place to work, probably my favorite job that I ever had.
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Fun place to work
Senior Finance Manager (Current Employee), Columbus, OHJune 3, 2014
A typical day involves leading team through their daily tasks. They have a great attitude motivate me to lead them. The day goes by quick with the workload that we have. It's a pleasure to work with them all.
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new experience working with USA Militry
Assistant for the MEZ (Current Employee), mazar sharifJune 3, 2014
I was a local National Linguist working with US Armed forces in afghanistan. I have learned how to keep the work envoirment happy. I have managed over 500 Linguists. I have impporved my computer skills with working as the local national assistant
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pretty useful website
Pashto/Dari proffesional Linguist (Former Employee), PIAMay 12, 2014
its easy to communicate with recruiters and easy for employees to find the suitable jobs in their proffered fields
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interperetion
Linguist/Interpreter (Former Employee), afghanistanApril 30, 2014
• Aided U.S military officers in training Afghan soldiers, which facilitated and teach them to learn necessary combat skills and Informed both U.S.Armed forces and their Afghan colleagues regarding security concerns in the area of their work
• Translated engineering documents from Dari, Pashto to English and vice versa to inform U.S and Afghan Armed – more... Forces about engineering concerns
• Translated sensitive reports oral conversations and security documents for U.S. Armed forces and Afghanistan National Department of Security, Afghan National Army, Afghan National Police, Leaders, governors, and sub-governors
• Worked as a combat interpreter to accomplish U.S armed and their afghan colleague’s mission
• Translated the Agriculture material in terms of assistance with Afghanistan government. – less
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careless management
Linguist (Former Employee), Military Base OverseasFebruary 22, 2014
very unsecured job
careless management
extremely poor living condition
very unsecured job
careless management
extremely poor living condition
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Office and fie job.
Assistant Site Manager, Camp Phoenix Afghanistan (Former Employee), Phoenix, AZFebruary 11, 2014
US Army contractor, support troops with Interpreters (US citizens and local employee) in daily needs.
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Not what I expected
Knowledge Manager (Former Employee), Kabul, AfghanistanJanuary 6, 2014
Pros: compensation
Cons: management
Not what I expected from the senior leadership and the quality of the employee's were lacking
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Soccer
Translator/interpreter/liaison (Former Employee), Kabul, KABDecember 29, 2013
Pros: free lunch
Cons: some off days
Job Work/life Balance was reasonable.
Compensation and benefits was not that bad.
job security was good.
management was good.
job culture was good
Working with that company we didn't had any health insurance,
Retire payment and transportation,
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Professional PM/SM's and a decent experience overall
Active Geolocation Operator (Current Employee), Augusta, GADecember 16, 2013
Have only been employed for a year but I think MEP has received some fairly hard knocks for having to adjust salaries and contract bids in response to defense budget cuts...same like everyone else. Compared to other companies however, the small perks that I've been hearing about from other company employees such as company retreats, free iPads, gym – more... membership, and such are simply not there. The management team is very responsive and professional and treats everyone fairly. – less
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Good company with fair salary for work in Afghanistan
Translator/Interpreter/Cultural Adviser (Former Employee), Jalālābād, NangarharDecember 13, 2013
Pros: taking good care of our livelihood
Cons: pay cut
A typical day at work was on the base working whenever I was required. I actually liked my job very much. I learned a lot about American customs and culture.
I was working with a great group of people who respected me and I respected them.
I liked the job but the hardest part of the job was going out on combat operations specially the ones getting shot – more... at and getting blown up. And I must that the most enjoyable part of the work was when we went over to the Police Headquarters or the Afghan National Army base where we advised, mentored and drunk tea. – less
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Confidential
Linguist (Former Employee), confidentialDecember 1, 2013
Confidential. The job required travels. Enjoyed working with my co-works.
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Great employer
CAT III Linguist/Cultural Specialist (Current Employee), Afghanistan (with the US armed forces)October 21, 2013
Working in a warzone supporting the US Armed forces with my linguistic/cultural skills/knowledge.
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I was assigned to armed forces in Kabul
Interpreter / Translator (Former Employee), Kabul, AfghanistanOctober 15, 2013
in 2008 I was hired by Ages company in phoenix and assigned to air division of CAMP eggers. since then I've worked with different units advising AAF and ANAAC. I've worked in different positions, but my last assignment was with AAF commander.l
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Good company to work for
Linguist/Culture Advisor for US Army (Former Employee), Columbus, OHSeptember 5, 2013
Good Company to work for. Good Environment. Excellent Benefits.
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resigned
Senior linguist and Cultural advisor (Former Employee), Helmand, AfghAugust 30, 2013
I did worked with MEP company and i learned a lot. the managements were good. being a linguist is the most enjoyable part of the life.
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Wonderful Job....Shady Company
Medical Coordinator / HR Administrator (Former Employee), Linthicum, MDAugust 28, 2013
Its contracting...what can you say? Black people don't get promoted...just hired to meet a quota.

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