Temporary Translation Position (German and Dutch) in Seattle: Expedia

Through one of the ATA listservs, we heard about this six-week job with Expedia in Seattle. Read on for more information.

German or Dutch Language Translators Needed

Support the Paid Search Online Marketing Channel at Expedia! We are looking for localization specialists for German and Dutch that could translate thousands of destination names, landmarks, airports, and train stations. The project impacts multi-million dollars to the bottom line and we want you to be part of this!

- Localization experience
- Microsoft Excel knowledge
- Native Speaker or PhD Graduate in Language Specialty
- Familiarity with destination names worldwide in native language
- Hard working individual
- Specialize in one of the following languages:
o Dutch
o German
- Competitive pay
- Timeframe: 6 weeks
- Short-term project
- Location: Bellevue, WA

Expedia delivers consumers everything they need for researching, planning, and purchasing a whole trip. The company provides direct access to one of the broadest selections of travel products and services through its North American Web site, localized versions throughout Europe, and extensive partnerships in Asia. Expedia serves many different consumer segments — from families booking a summer vacation to individuals arranging a quick weekend getaway. www.Expedia.com

To Apply:
Please send your résumé to apply for this position.


Helena on August 14, 2012 at 7:16 AM said...

I worked in this area for many years but I´m not a native speaker. May I apply for this job? Thanks.

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