The German Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection (based in Berlin) is offering a permanent position for a translator/interpreter with German-French and German-English language combinations.
Munich Re’s English Language Services team is expanding. They are looking for an experienced DE>EN translator – preferably with expertise in legal, financial or (re)insurance translation. Regulatory and financial reporting or corporate governance expertise would be a particular asset. To be based in Munich, Germany. Continue reading
A reader of the blog has asked me to post the following job: “Rare opportunity to join a team of legal translators at CMS Hasche Sigle in Stuttgart. CMS is a leading commercial law firm in Germany with 600 lawyers in Germany and abroad. Permanent, full-time post with prospect of promotion in due time. German-English with native English speaker preferred.” Continue reading
The Translation Centre for the Bodies of the European Union has opened a selection procedure to establish a reserve list for the recruitment of temporary staff as translators with English as principal language, French as first source language, and Spanish or German as second source language. Continue reading
The European Central Bank (ECB) is recruiting a lawyer-linguist with Dutch as a main language, on a fixed-term contract which may be converted into a permanent contract after three years subject to individual performance and organisational needs. Continue reading
Under the authority of the Registrar of the Court and the Head of the Language Department, the incumbent will review the linguistic quality of specified categories of the Court’s draft judgments and decisions drafted in English by Registry lawyers who are not native English speakers.
The Directorate General Communications of the European Central Bank (ECB) is seeking a translator of German mother tongue for a full-time position (seven-month short-term contract until 31 December 2017) in the Germanic and Finno-Ugric Languages Section of its Language Services Division.
The ECB is also looking for a Principal Translator (on a two-year fixed-term contract), as well as a trainee terminologist, and is offering translation traineeships in Swedish, French, Romanian and European Portuguese.
The European Central Bank (ECB) is seeking to appoint a Lawyer-Linguist with English as his/her main language to work in its Legislation Division, which is part of the Directorate General Legal Services.
The European Central Bank (ECB) is seeking several experienced and suitably qualified English Translators to work in the English Translation and Editing Section within the Directorate General Communications (DG/C).