LINGUIST List 12.2993

Fri Nov 30 2001

Jobs: German Translator: SDL Int'l, Berkshire UK

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  1. Tânia Bertholdi, German Finance Translator: SDL International, Berkshire United Kingdom

Message 1: German Finance Translator: SDL International, Berkshire United Kingdom

Date: 28 Nov 2001 14:29:09 -0000
From: Tânia Bertholdi <>
Subject: German Finance Translator: SDL International, Berkshire United Kingdom

Rank of Job: 
Areas Required: Finance Translator
Other Desired Areas: 
University or Organization: SDL International
Department: Translation
State or Province: Berkshire
Country: United Kingdom
Final Date of Application: 15/02/02
Contact: Tânia Bertholdi

Address for Applications:
Sierra House - St Mary's Walk
Berkshire SL6 1QZ


SDL International ( is a leading supplier of
localisation services to the IT, engineering, e-business & Multimedia.
Its unique combination of web management products such as SDLWebflow
and multilingual services provide the total e-business solution to
target a global audience.

We are now looking for an English to German qualified
translator/editor in the area of Finance and Banking to join on a
permanent basis our multilingual in-house localisation team in
Maidenhead, UK.

The successful candidate should meet the following requirements:
- Specialization in Finance/Banking area with at least 2 years of
professional experience in the sector
- Excellent proficiency in the target (native) language and excellent
computer literacy
- High level of interest in software and computer-related technologies
- Detail-oriented and quality-focused
- Be organised, able to work in a busy environment and have excellent
communication skills
- Be successful in our test translation

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

If you are qualified and interested please send your CV via e-mail to
Tânia Bertholdi ( and quote LIN �Euro" German
Finance in your subject header.
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