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Freelance Interpreter and Translator Jobs - Join Intonation

Translators tell us we're a good agency to work for and it's a reputation we have worked hard to achieve. We offer various professional translator jobs within different areas of our company.

If you are looking for freelance interpreter and translator jobs within our business then please send us your details. We are an enthusiastic and friendly team of language specialists constantly looking to strengthen our team.

We welcome applications from translators who:

  • Possess a minimum of five years' professional translating experience.
  • Translate exclusively into their mother tongue.
  • Hold a recognised qualification and/or membership of a professional body such as the Institute of Translation and Interpreting or Chartered Institute of Linguists.

We are always looking for new translators in any language and currently have a particular requirement for translators in the following areas:

  • Patent Translators
  • Hampshire based interpreters
  • Arabic Translators
  • Japanese Translators
  • Finnish Translators
  • Court Interpreters
  • Legal Interpreters
  • Medical Interpreters
  • Immigration Interpreters

Contact Us

If you would like more information on interpreter and translator opportunities then please send your current CV, including rates and capacity to info@intonation.co.uk

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