In-House Translator Position: German->English

A few days ago, we received this interesting job posting from an American Translators Association Colleague who works at Credit Suisse. He asked us to pass this along, so if you are looking for that rare in-house position in the German->English combination, read on!


Credit Suisse is looking for a new German-to-English translator for its Language Services team in New York. This is a full-time, in-house position. Candidates should apply here. The job ID is 1041495.


This is all the information we have, but it sure sounds exciting. If you apply, please do keep us posted!



1 comments:

Brunner translations on September 13, 2012 at 4:54 AM said...

I´ve read it but it doesn´t sound interesting..

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