English to Chinese Translator Job in Leeds, UK
Jobs and career opportunities for English to Chinese translators with Leeds Translation Services Translation Agency
Thank you for your interest in becoming a freelance translator working for Leeds Translation Services. The below relates to a job as a freelance translator from English to Chinese. If you translate from Chinese to English instead, please see: Chinese to English translator jobs available in Leeds
English to Chinese Translator Role
An English to Chinese translator in Leeds translates documents, audio clips, videos and other materials from English to Chinese and delivers the completed work via email or electronic file transfer service.
Leeds Translation Services is looking to recruit 4 to 8 experienced English to Chinese translators for ongoing projects. This position is on a freelance / contractor basis, but may lead to a full-time position. Depending on the type of text, format, and timeline (e.g. rush or standard), this can rise dramatically.
Please note that the following minimum criteria are mandatory, and if you do not match all of these, please do not send your CV as it will be ignored.
We will endeavor to respond to all applicants, but due to high volumes of applicants, sometimes this is not possible. If you do not hear from us, rest assured we will hold your details on file and potentially contact you in the future.
Mandatory Criteria for English to Chinese translators
- University educated in English to Chinese translation
- Native Chinese Speaker (mother tongue as Chinese)
- Minimum 3 years experience as an English to Chinese translator
Additional (desired) criteria for English to Chinese translators
Please mention if you comply with these additional criteria in your cover letter or email.
- Centrally located in Leeds, or elsewhere in the UK (Please note, this position is available to work remotely, provided you match all the rest of the criteria)
- Can receive payments via PayPal or TransferWise
- Have experience performing Chinese Website Translations
- Are authorised by the appropriate government body to perform sworn or legalised translations from English to Chinese
How to apply for English to Chinese translator job at Leeds Translation Services
Should you wish to apply for this role, please send the following to firstname.lastname@example.org, with the subject of the email being: "English to Chinese Translator CV"
- Your standard freelance rates
- A direct link to your Proz profile
- Your availability over the next month
- Your CV (with references)
Before sending your CV, please review the summary of this occupation as listed below:
English to Chinese Freelance Translator
Description of the responsibilities of an English to Chinese Freelance Translator: A English to Chinese freelance translator translates documents, audio clips, videos and other materials from English to Chinese and delivers completed work to Leeds Translation Services via email or electronic file transfer service.
Estimated Salary: Approximately GBP £40 per hour
Location: Leeds, United Kingdom
Can work Remotely? Yes
This job was first posted on Leeds Translation Services on 2020-05-27. Leeds Translation Services is a professional translation agency with translators based in Leeds, United Kingdom.
There are many other related jobs that Leeds Translation Services requires to be filled apart from translators. Below are just a few of the many resources that Leeds Translation Services is often in search of. Again, this is always done on a project-by-project basis, so please feel free to send through your CV if you are experienced at any (or several) of the following:
- Chinese Transcreation Expert
- Chinese Web Development
- Chinese Interpreting
- Graphic Design
- Legal Consulting
- Medical Consulting
- Chinese Internet Marketing
Not sure if you are right for the role?
We would invite you to review (in detail) the services offered by Chinese translation agencies in Leeds, and consider how many of the translation services you would be able to provide. Be sure to indicate these services within your cover letter.