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We are looking for freelancer Localization QA Specialists to collaborate with our team!
- Experience with multilingual text QA
- Advanced written and verbal communication skills in the English language
- Writing, copy editing, and/or proofreading experience
- Proficiency in translation/localization suites, esp. Memsource Cloud, including TMs and TBs usage, and the Concordance feature; the purpose will be to make sure to check partial and subsegment matches against legacy translations, non-literal translations, error-prone items, and false repetitions (training to be provided by Commit Global)
- Good notions of desktop publishing
- Quality-oriented attitude
- Strong attention to detail, esp. regarding:
- typographic characteristics (additions/omissions, different punctuation, capitalization)
- common terminology and phrasing consistency in the provided document versions
- Experience working in a multilingual and multicultural environment
- Familiarity with the Life Sciences area will be considered a plus
- Perform multilingual QA of clinical trial-specific content types, namely:
- Check translations available into various languages and for various locales, manually comparing them to legacy content translations to ensure 1:1 exact match or confirm deviation from legacy when the given source text is deviating from the legacy source text
- Check correct use of punctuation and placement/completeness of formatting and other tags
- Use QA tools (Memsource QA, XBench) to check specific instructions have been followed
- Report any issues via used tools for the linguists’ team to re-check/fix/update
- Collaborate with different departments, PMs, QA specialists, and localization quality managers.
Specific training to be provided by Commit Global.
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The company offers internship programs to senior students of translation institutions. The internship duration is two to three months.
The curriculum may include the following items:
- Translation principles
- Introduction to localization
- Working with various translation/localization tools
- Project management
- Vendor management
The intern’s work is closely monitored by our project managers and linguists, and feedback is provided. Additionally, a certificate of internship is awarded at completion.
Please note that only CVs submitted through the button below or sent to email@example.com (Subject: Internship Request) will be considered. Do not send your applications to other email addresses.
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