Any tips on finding in-house work?
Thread poster: Alex Jones

Alex Jones
United Kingdom
Local time: 22:06
Japanese to English
+ ...
May 10, 2004

I've searched the forums, but there's nothing specific.

Do companies actively search for in-house tranlsators, or is it better to start sending out your CV (resume)?

Are there any organisations/web sites that could point me in the right direction?

Thank you


 

Taranichev  Identity Verified
Local time: 23:06
Russian to German
+ ...
Just help yourself! May 10, 2004

Alex Jones wrote:

I've searched the forums, but there's nothing specific.

Do companies actively search for in-house tranlsators, or is it better to start sending out your CV (resume)?

Are there any organisations/web sites that could point me in the right direction?

Thank you


Would suggest you to start up your own job search: internet, friends, newspapers' job announcements. Just look around!
Brgds
A.Taranichev


 

Shang
China
Local time: 06:06
English to Chinese
visit translatoin agencys' websites May 10, 2004

Most agencies post positions onto their websites. You can try to use directories, such as google, to find them. Good luck.

 


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