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Senior Translation Project Manager vacancy

Posted 06/07/16

Do you have a degree level qualification in translation, and experience in a Project management role for a translation company?

betterlanguages.com is looking for a Senior Translation Project Manager to join our team based in our modern head offices in Nottingham. Reporting directly to the company directors, you will be responsible for co-ordinating complex multi-lingual translation projects, leading a team of Project Managers, freelance translators and other suppliers.

The work requires effective communication with both suppliers and clients, and efficient account management of a our regular customers. Our intention is to grow the business. You need to be a dynamic self starter, with the ability to work effectively with large corporate clients, to lead a team of translators and other suppliers. Essential are excellent communication skills in English and another major language, a good understanding of the role of the translator, and the ability to co-ordinate complex projects, and plan work in accordance with our strict quality requirements. An eye for detail, the ability to form an essential part of an effective and close knit management team, and to be able to work under pressure are also important. More details of the vacancy can be found on our Translation Manager job page, including both person specification and job description. If you would like to apply, please submit your CV , stating current job role and salary, relevant experience and qualifications, together with a covering letter stating how you think you meet our requirements, submit this by email to enquiries(at)betterlanguages.com replacing the “at” with “@”.

Please note that you must hold a translation relevant qualification, be working in a translation project a management role within the translation industry, and be eligible to work in the United Kingdom. Candidates who do not meet these requirements will not be shortlisted.

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