Translation Project Honorarium
The Loaded Ladle is hiring 1 honorarium position for a translation project.
Our goal with this project is to make the Loaded Ladle more accessible to more people across campus and community. We hope to have our website and key materials available in languages that represent the diverse population of students and community members who frequent or might be interested in the Loaded Ladle.
We are looking for individuals fluent in Mandarin, Spanish, and/or Arabic. You may apply for more than one honorarium position at once. Preference will be given to people who are native speakers of these languages.
Honorarium amount: $ 450 per completed translation project.
Applications will be accepted until June 30th at 4pm
Please send resume and a short cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Loaded Ladle
The Loaded Ladle is a non-profit open food cooperative based out of the Dalhousie Students’ Union Building. We operate by students and for students and strive to address injustices within the global food market, particularly in how it affects university campuses and marginalized communities under capitalism.
The Loaded Ladle recognizes that with regards to peoples’ experiences and job qualifications, a ‘level playing field’ does not currently exist because of the structural injustices of our society. We believe that employment equity is a necessary practice to challenge some of these injustices.
The Loaded Ladle sees Employment Equity as a pro-active measure to recruit people from historically disadvantaged groups. A non-comprehensive list of these groups includes First Nations people, women, people of colour, Black Nova Scotians, Inuit and Métis people, lesbian, bisexual, gay, two spirit, transgender, transsexual, queer and intersex people, people with disabilities, Acadians, and working class people. This policy seeks to act as an extension of the Loaded Ladle’s Anti-Oppression Mandate.
If you would like to be considered under the Employment Equity policy, please state so in your cover letter. You are not required to state under which basis you are applying.