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1. The assignment will be to translate 30 pages of medicolegal text from French into English.
2. Proficiency in both, English and French is required.
A native French speaker from is preferred.
3. The text that will be given (in French, not in English) will be similar to this one:
Laboratory Supervisor Qualifications. The embryo laboratory must have one or more qualified supervisors who, under the direction of the laboratory director, provide day-today supervision of laboratory personnel performing assisted reproductive technology laboratory procedures. In the absence of the director, the laboratory supervisor must be responsible for the proper performance of all assisted reproductive technology laboratory procedures. The laboratory supervisor must—
a. Possess a current license issued by the State in which the laboratory is located, if such licensing is required.
b. Meet the qualification requirements for an embryo laboratory director under paragraph 1. of this section, or meet the following:
i. Have an earned master’s or bachelor’s degree in a chemical, physical, biological, clinical laboratory or medical technology science from an accredited institution; and
ii. Have documented training which includes performing, at a minimum, each laboratory component of the human assisted reproductive technology cycle 60 times
4. If you are able to conduct medicolegal research in French (not required for this assignment), you should write in the beginning of the message:
"I AM ABLE TO CONDUCT MEDICOLEGAL RESEARCH IN FRENCH" (in capital letters).
The rest of the message should be in small letters.
Medicolegal research means finding and analyzing the legislation that regulates the activities of a particular field of medical business in France.
For this purpose, a freelancer from France (not only proficient in French) is preferred.
The research is NOT for this project and thus NOT included in the bid.
This is for me to know whether I should consider you for any of my more serious projects.