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LANGUAGE SPECIALISTS / TRANSLATORS

13/05/19 22:48
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Job Type:
Full Time
Salary:
[n/a]

The Language Specialist / Translator is mainly responsible for copywriting, translation and localization of software and websites, as well as all kinds of documents. The responsibilities also include terminology management and quality assurance.


Responsibilities:

  • Copywriting, translation, editing and proofreading
  • Quality assurance
  • Terminology and glossary management
  • In-house resource development

 

 

Requirements:

  • Must be a native speaker
  • Good knowledge in various industries is a plus
  • Excellent command of English
  • Proficiency in using CAT
  • Good knowledge in software and computer-related technologies.
  • Excellent team player and self-motivated.


Educational Requirements:

  • Degree in Linguistics, Language or equivalent.

 

 

We regret that only short-listed candidate will be notified for the interview.
The candidate will need to complete a simple translation test piece.
Intensive training will be provided to the selected candidate.

 " If you are interest, please submit the resume to [email protected] "






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