DDC seeks Chinese interpreters

27 Jan 2020 | View : 108

BANGKOK(NNT) - Thailand’s Department of Disease Control (DDC) is seeking Chinese interpreters to help screen passengers who arriving at Suvarnabhumi, Don Mueang and U-Tapao airports to interview passengers along with the disease investigation team.

In conducting screening interviews with passengers from risk areas, there will be a team to take care of body protection equipment, including N95 masks and infection prevention gowns. They will be taught how to wear the gown properly. The working hours are divided into two shifts: 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and 8 p.m. to 8 a.m.

The interpreters responsible for interviewing passengers will conduct the conversations via Intercom and follow up on contact persons along with the disease investigation team. If it is necessary to conduct an in-person interview, there will be a team to take care of body protection equipment. The working areas are in Bangkok, Nonthaburi or in other provinces.

The Chinese interpreters can be both male and female aged 20-45. They must understand basic medical and public health terminology. There is a daily payment of 5,000 baht or an hourly payment from 400-600 baht per hour. In case they have to travel outside Bangkok and its vicinity, travel expenses will be paid for the journey from their house to the DDC and back. For more information, please call 061-998-1116.

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