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IZAR.COM has openings for translators who work from English into the following languages: Arabic, Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Farsi, Flemish, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hindi, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Portuguese (Continental) Portuguese (Brazil), Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, Vietnamese.
For further details visit:translators@izar.com

WHO NEEDS TRANSLATORS? WHERE?

The demand for professional translators, terminologists and interpreters in Canada comes from several sources: government (federal and provincial, through the Translation Bureau or not), private translation firms, corporations, and individual.

In Canada, translations for the government (English to French, mostly) account for 35% of jobs! Otherwise, the translation industry in Canada is quite fragmented, composed mainly of small firms and independent professionals. There are about 800 firms in Canada whose principals are translators, terminologists and interpreters. Scarcely thirty of them have annual sales greater than $500,000. 85% of firms are based in Quebec and Ontario. British Columbia is the home of 6% of the firms, and New Brunswick, 2%. In addition there appear to be about 4,500 independent full- or part-time professionals in translation, terminology or interpretation.

For further details browse this page: home.ecn.ab.ca/~pa2/career.html


NZTC INTERNATIONAL
CENTRE FOR TRANSLATION

Career Opportunities at NZTC International
Freelance Editors/Revisors

NZTC is interested to hear from experienced Editors/Revisors to edit and revise translations in most commercial languages.

Editors/Revisors should have experience as a translator in a wide variety of subject areas, have an eye for detail, and significant experience in revising translations in their working languages.

If you are interested and feel you have the right skills, then please send your resumé to our Human Resources Manager, Sabine Fehrmann at sabine@nztrans.co.nz

We receive many applications, so please be patient if you experience a delay in our response to your e-mail.

Freelance Translators: English to European, Asian and Pacific Island languages

If you have the following attributes we would like to hear from you:

Excellent skills in English and your native language
tertiary qualification
an ability to work to tight deadlines
good interpersonal skills
clear and precise communication skills
a commitment to producing high quality translations
a high level of proficiency in spelling and grammar

(Applicants for French would need Bac+3 or equivalent)

If you are interested and feel you have the right skills, then please send your résumé to our Human Resources Manager, Sabine Fehrmann for further information at sabine@nztrans.co.nz

We receive many applications, so please be patient if you experience a delay in our response to your e-mail.

General Information for intending candidates

New Zealand Translation Centre Ltd is located in Wellington, New Zealand, and has a full-time multi-national staff of more than 35. The company has representative offices in Britain, United States and Europe, and over recent years has built a broad and expanding client base around the world.

Work is generally offered to applicants on a freelance or contract basis. However, from time to time NZTC will advertise full time positions for translators who may consider emigration to New Zealand or appointment on an annual contract basis. Financial assistance with removal expenses and fares to New Zealand may be given to successful candidates for full time employment.

Selections are made on the basis of a written examination, and starting salary is by negotiation.

Postal correspondence in relation to employment at NZTC should be addressed to:

The Human Resources Manager
New Zealand Translation Centre Ltd
PO Box 27-312
Wellington
New Zealand

Fax:+64-4-3848554
e-mail: sabine@nztrans.co.nz

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