German speaking Translator

A hugely successful translation company is looking for a native-level in-house German speaker to translate a variety of financial documents from English to German. The role is based in the London office.

It is essential that you have native-level German and near-native English. Ideally you will have at least three years professional translation experience, with experience translating financial, legal or marketing documents. A degree in translation is desired and knowledge of SDL Studio is advantageous.
Working at this company will give you the chance to be part of a sociable team and experience the exciting changes and growth happening within the company. Now is the optimum time to join the organisation as it goes through these dynamic and vibrant changes.
The ideal candidate will not only be a passionate and excellent translator, but should also be able to interact with clients and have an interest in the business as a whole.

The company offers private healthcare as well as a great pension scheme.
This is a permanent position starting immediately. If this is what you are looking for and you have the required skillset please call me on 020 7029 3799 or email your CV in Word format to n.paladina@eurolondon.com

Please be advised CVs will be treated in the strictest of confidence and that your application will not be forwarded without your permission. We aim to respond promptly to your application, however due to the high level of CVs we receive we are only able to respond to applicants whose profile matches our Clients requirements. For more jobs please visit our website at www.eurolondon.com.

Consultant

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Nancy Paladina

Team: Translation Division

I specialise in: Translation Recruitment (Temporary & Permanent)

Languages: English, Spanish & Italian 

I’ve been at Euro London since: 2016

About me: I’ve always wanted a career that centered around working with people and one that presented me with new challenges every single day. Working at Euro London has given me this opportunity-  and also has the additional bonus of being a multilingual and multicultural workplace. Learning a language is so much more than the words on a page because you also find out a lot about the culture attached to it. I started studying Spanish at school and enjoyed it immensely from the offset, involving myself in two Spanish drama productions and choosing to continue learning it until the end of Sixth form. Having family and friends based in Italy allows me to travel there regularly, taking full advantage of the wonderful cuisine every time I go!

I would say that my  main hobby is lacrosse. Training/competing still occupies a lot of my spare time.

If I were a famous person, I would be: Adele – her voice is amazing and she’s so down to earth

Fun fact:  I was once interviewed for an article that was published in Miss Vogue

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