Posted: Nov 10, 2017 11:29 GMT(GMT: Nov 10, 2017 11:29)
Job type: Translation/editing/proofing job
Services required: Translation, MT post-editing
Languages: German to Dutch
Are you looking to collaborate with one of the fastest-growing and most innovative e-commerce businesses? Start freelancing for Amazon and help us contribute to expanding our product selection across our platforms.
As a native freelancer for the target language, you will be responsible for post-editing, translating and proofreading product descriptions to make them available to Amazon customers. You will mostly focus on post-editing projects. Using CAT tools, you will ensure that human and machine-generated translations meet Amazon's specific style guides and internal standards for product detail pages.
Amazon is currently looking for talented and highly motivated linguists to work as post-editors/translators in the German to Dutch (native) language pair.
We require a capacity between 2,500 and 18,000 words per week.
The rate we pay is calculated on a project-by-project basis with our projects usually being post-edited/translated at an output rate of 800-900 words per hour.
If you are interested, do not hesitate to follow this link and fill the form with your details:
Please note that following your application, you will be required to successfully complete a test of about 500 words.
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Poster country: Luxembourg
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Subject field: Retail Quoting deadline: Dec 29, 2018 23:00 GMT Delivery deadline: Dec 30, 2018 23:00 GMT
About the outsourcer:
This job was posted by a corporate member with a Blue Board record with a "likelihood of working again" average rating of 4.4 out of 5
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