LINGUIST List 11.2544

Sat Nov 25 2000

Jobs: Spanish: Translator at SDL Sheffield, UK

Editor for this issue: Michael Appleby <>


  1. Katell Jentreau, Spanish: Translator at SDL Sheffield, UK

Message 1: Spanish: Translator at SDL Sheffield, UK

Date: 22 Nov 2000 15:11:06 -0000
From: Katell Jentreau <>
Subject: Spanish: Translator at SDL Sheffield, UK

Rank of Job: 
Areas Required: Translator
Other Desired Areas: 
University or Organization: SDL Sheffield
Department: Translation
State or Province: Yorkshire
Country: England
Final Date of Application: indefinite
Contact: Katell Jentreau

Address for Applications:
SDL Sheffield, 
Plantation House, 
261-269 Ecclesall Road
Yorkshire S11 8NX

With offices in Europe, Japan and the USA, SDL is a leading web,
software and multi-media company specialising in providing global
solutions for multinational companies.

Translator Required
English into European Spanish

(Sheffield offices - UK; �17 - �22K for Senior grade + Benefits)
Senior Translators
Experienced translators are required to manage mostly quick turnover
translations in the fields of IT, multimedia and the Internet, working
in an existing team of around 20 in-house translators. 

Successful candidates will be native speakers with a degree in
translation, have a minimum of 2 years experience in the field of
localisation and be familiar with management of linguistic aspects of
the localisation process. An understanding of IT with good MS Office
skills are essential, as is the ability to work under pressure. 
Experience with Translation Memory tools would be an advantage. 

We offer a unique opportunity for career development along with a
competitive salary, comprehensive benefits package and a great working
For more information please see our web site -

Please apply in writing stating which position you are applying for and
enclosing your CV to:

Katell Jentreau, SDL Sheffield, Plantation House, 261-269 Ecclesall
Road, Sheffield, S11 8NX
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