LRS - Trilingual Translation Project Manager

Language Recruitment Services (LRS) is currently looking for a highly language talented Project Manager. Our client is a busy and well-established company, which provides high quality translation services within the scientific sector.
Duties of the role Translation Project Manager:

  • Building relationships with key accounts

  • Coordinate translation projects including quotations, and quality control

  • Be responsible for final wording and processing of projects to be compliant with regulations

  • Formatting, preparing and translating of documents as required
    If required, you might work paid overtime, which might include evenings and occasional weekends.
    Requirements of the Translation Project Manager:

  • Fluency in English and fluency/business proficiency in at least 1 other European language required. Additional languages advantageous.

  • Medical/scientific/regulatory experience and understanding of scientific publications is a bonus

  • Previous experience of project management experience required

  • Previous experience or exposure to scientific literature ideal but not essential

  • Excellent MS-Office and computer skills must be very familiar with formatting documents

  • Experience with working with CAT

  • Knowledge of TMS would be beneficial but is not required

The successful candidate is positive minded, flexible and a well experienced multilingual project manager who would like to work in a small and busy team and is always striving to find creative solutions.
Applications can only be accepted from individuals who are eligible to work in the UK.
We may not be able to reply to you due to the volume of applications received.
In the event there are no suitable roles available for you at the moment we may hold your details on our database and contact you in the future should a suitable vacancy arise.
Languages Required: Austrian German, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, German, Hungarian, Icelandic, Latvian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Russian, Scandinavian, Slovak, Swedish, Ukrainian, Belarussian