LINGUIST List 11.1394

Thu Jun 22 2000

Jobs: French Translator, SDL International UK

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  1. Tania Bertholdi, French Translator at SDL International, Berkshire England

Message 1: French Translator at SDL International, Berkshire England

Date: 22 Jun 2000 09:35:30 -0000
From: Tania Bertholdi <>
Subject: French Translator at SDL International, Berkshire England

Rank of Job: 
Other Desired Areas: 
University or Organization: SDL International
Department: Translation
State or Province: Berkshire
Country: England
Final Date of Application: 31/12/00
Contact: Tania Bertholdi

Address for Applications:
Sierra House- St. Marys Walk
Berkshire SL6 8QZ

SDL International ( is a leading supplier of
localisation services to the IT, engineering, e-business & Multimedia.
We are urgently looking for an ENGLISH INTO FRENCH translator for
Quality Assurance to join us on a permanent basis or on a freelance
basis (short-term of 3 to 6 months).

The tasks involved in this position would be:
- Check all translations for quality assurance
- Provide a feedback report to the Translation Manager
- Interact with in-house and freelance translators to ensure quality

The successful candidates should meet the following requirements:
- Excellent proficiency in the native language and excellent computer
- High level of interest in software and computer-related technologies
- Detail-oriented and quality-focused
- Engineering or technical writing background, keen to make a difference
 in the final localised product
- Be organised, able to work in a busy environment and have excellent
 communication skills

Salary continuation scheme and pension. Competitive benefits package.
Great work environment.

Position based in Maidenhead (near London, UK). Please fax or email CVs
	 Tania Bertholdi, Translation Resource Co-ordinator, 
	 SDL International:
	 Fax: +44 1628 416 305

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