Saturday, May 12, 2007

Human Rights Watch in Jerusalem finds Hebrew "also very desirable"

Human Rights Watch is seeking "highly-qualified applicants for the position of Researcher on Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories." The job includes managing the Human Rights Watch office in Jerusalem.

Knowledge of Hebrew, the majority language in Jerusalem and throughout Israel, is not a requirement for this expert position.

Human Rights Watch states that the requirements include "excellent skills speaking and reading in both English and Arabic and writing in English."

Proficiency in Hebrew, while not required, is "also very desirable," according to the help-wanted notice.

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