LINGUIST List 13.2010

Tue Jul 30 2002

Jobs: Translation: Translator, Berkshire UK

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Message 1: Jobs: Translation: Translator, SDL International, Berkshire, UK

Date: Tue, 30 Jul 2002 15:14:29 +0000
From: mholguin <mholguinsdlintl.com>
Subject: Jobs: Translation: Translator, SDL International, Berkshire, UK


University or Organization: SDL International
Rank of Job: Translator
Specialty Areas Required: Computational Linguistics, Translation, Machine Translation, IT, Automotive, Financial, Medical
Required Language(s):English (Code = ENG); French (Code = FRN); German
(Code = GER); Italian (Code = ITN); Spanish (Code = SPN)

Description:

Editors of machine translation output required
Languages: French, German, Spanish, Italian, English

You will be reviewing translations produced by our machine translation
engine in order to improve the quality before publication. You will
have experience in at least 1 technical translation field and will
have worked with machine translation for at least 2 years. In-house as
well as freelance positions offered. Selected applications will be
submitted to test.

If you are interested, please send details of your experience, studies
and languages to Margarita Holguin, MT Linguistics Manager, SDL
International, email: mholguinsdlintl.com , address: SDL
International, Sierra House, St Mary's Walk, Maidenhead, Berkshire SL6
1QZ, UK. Please indicate your 2 main languages in the subject field
and whether you are applying as a freelancer or for an in-house
position.


Address for Applications:

	Attn: Mrs Margarita Holguin
	Machine Translation
	SDL International
	SDL International, Sierra House
	St Mary's Walk
	Maidenhead, Berkshire SL6 1QZ
	United Kingdom 
Position is open until filled.


Contact Information:
	Mrs Margarita Holguin.
	Email: mholguinsdlintl.com
	Website: http://www.sdlintl.com
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