Jobs: English->German Translator, European Central Bank

We recently heard about this English->German translation position at the prestigious European Central Bank in Frankfurt, Germany. Many thanks to our colleague who shared it. We are posting the information here in case you are interested. The application deadline is February 11, 2014, so don't delay!

We oftentimes spread the word about job postings here on this blog, but please note that we do not have any additional information on this position nor do we have any connection to the European Central Bank. It's a pleasure to share this information with our colleagues, especially since in-house translation positions are relatively rare.

Here is a direct link to the posting. You can also go to the European Central Bank's main website, choose "job opportunities" and search for the translator posting, but that would take significantly longer. 


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