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Oct 282016
 

Oct 27, 2016

Opportunity to Serve
 
Bible Translation & Literacy E.A
 
Tachoni Bible Translators

(Re-Advertisement)

BTL, a faith-based organisation involved in Bible Translation, Literacy, Language and Community Development is seeking to recruit two highly motivated born again Christians of high integrity with demonstrated spiritual maturity, a good Christian Standing and a calling to serve, to fill the positions above. 

 

The candidates should possess excellent communication and people skills, strong analytical skills, proactive and capable of working both individually as well as in a team.

The Translators shall be responsible for translating Scriptures in the Tachoni Language in a natural, clear, and accurate manner. 

He/she shall work closely with the Translation Specialists, the Local Church, Local Community and other relevant Stakeholders.

Qualifications

  • A First Degree in Theology or Biblical Studies is preferred or a diploma in Biblical Studies with work experience. Any other degree or diploma in Social sciences may be considered
  • Minimum C plain in KCSE
  • Introductory Course to Translation Principles (ICTP) certificate will be an added advantage
  • Valid license and ability to ride a motor cycle will be an added advantage
  • Excellent speaker of Tachoni  language
  • Good  Computer Skills
  • Ability to work with minimum supervision
  • Ability to meet strict deadlines
  • A team player who is honest and of high integrity and respect within the community
Applications with a detailed CV, copies of certificates, and three referees (Professional, Social and Church), Office and mobile telephone contacts for both applicant and referees be emailed (preferred) or sent to the address below by Friday 11th November 2016

Human Resources Manager
Bible Translation and Literacy,
P.O Box 44456 – 00100
Nairobi


Email: careers@btlkenya.org
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