Feb 072018

  • Translate and revise (annual) reports, leaflets, reports and websites
  • Terminology management
  • Quality assurance

You are able to speak the English language on a native level and are fluent in Dutch.

In addition, you have proven work experience and or a degree in Translation.

Translation is this company’s core business! Our client focus on ensuring the best possible translation of various texts. Their in-house translators have years of experience in a wide variety of fields.

Due to their extensive network of translators they are also able to take care of very specialized translation work from and in to all world languages.

Match criteria: Translation and Localization, Customer Support/ Client Care, Job, Administration, 2300 – 2700 Euro, Taal en cultuur, Other, 1 year, Company hire, Prov. Limburg, English, Administrator

Company name: Undutchables Recruitment Agency BV

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