Written test/Interview at EUIPO (European Union Intellectual Property Office)
Thread poster: Catherine Meunier

Catherine Meunier
France
Local time: 07:30
Member (Sep 2020)
English to French
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Nov 21

Hello,
EUIPO is recruiting linguistic assistants. Does anybody knows what the written test and interview are like?
Thank you


 

Teresa Borges
Portugal
Local time: 06:30
Member (2007)
English to Portuguese
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Bonjour, Catherine Nov 22

I worked for 20 years (1986-2006) as staff translator at an EU institution and I was admitted through an open competition but as things have changed a lot my experience will probably not be of great help. Anyway, as most of EUIPO’s work is machine translated I suppose the linguist assistant job will consist mostly of PEMT, proofreading and translation revision, so the written test should reflect these tasks. Check these sample tests: See more
I worked for 20 years (1986-2006) as staff translator at an EU institution and I was admitted through an open competition but as things have changed a lot my experience will probably not be of great help. Anyway, as most of EUIPO’s work is machine translated I suppose the linguist assistant job will consist mostly of PEMT, proofreading and translation revision, so the written test should reflect these tasks. Check these sample tests: https://epso.europa.eu/how-to-apply/sample-tests_en

Good luck!
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