Hiring Portuguese > English Freelance Academic Translators: Job 00023097
Source language(s): Portuguese, Brazilian Portuguese
Target language(s): English
Details of the project: About Us:
Edisense is an ISO-certified organization (ISO 9001:2008) of member brands providing English language solutions to individuals and corporate customers in the Far East. Our member firms deliver services in three professional areas: Editing, Translation and Transcription.
We have served more than 200000 clients, translated over 40000 documents in various languages and are proud to be amongst the top three editing players in the world. Our organization is dedicated not only to customer satisfaction but also to converting that satisfaction into delight.
" Since our inception in 2005, we have moved from strength to strength and now have a team of several hundred freelancers operating all over the globe.
" We have also successfully partnered with Japan's largest academic publisher, Maruzen and Dai Nippon Publishing (DNP), the second largest publisher in the world, for their editorial needs.
" We are the proud winners of the elite Red Herring Global and Asia Awards 2010/2011, as well World Quality Commitment Award 2012.
Special requirements to the applicants: Our Requirements:
- Should have minimum 3 year of experience in Academic Translation.
- Should be a native speaker of Portuguese/English with proven language/translation skills.
- Should hold at least a bachelor's degree in any field
- Certifications in translation and/or academic translation would be preferred
Our company is committed to the highest levels of translation quality and we expect our freelance translators to be of the same caliber. If you feel you have the mettle and the translation experience required, come on board!
We will pay for this job 0.08 EUR per word
Who can apply: Freelancers and agencies
Deadline for applying: 04/30/2013
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Edisense - Crimson Interactive
IP: 22.214.171.124 (India) * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
Posted on Thursday, 21 Mar 2013, 11:01:07
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