Translator Experience Day – Where are Sheila and Val? + A Job Offer: English/French Translation

You must be wondering what happened to Sheila and Val. You haven’t heard about them for 2 weeks. Do you know why? They are WORKING! (But you’ll hear about them very soon, promised!)

By the way, and talking about work, do you think you can do a 30,000 word English to French translation, with a 16 August deadline? I must say the money is not really, really awesome, but it’s not too bad 🙂

The text is on “introducing IT into education”. If you are interested and think you are qualified, just contact me as soon as possble at this email (Remember the deadline is August 16, 2007). And also when you contact me, please remember to tell me why you think you are qualified i. e. experience, etc… Then I’ll give you all the terms and conditions and we’ll see if we can agree 😉

So, if you are going to get in touch with me about this job, you better hurry!


P.S. If this Job Offer is successful, i.e. if I can get the right candidate, you’ll probably be seeing more job offers on the Translator Power blog and through the Translator Power Online Network of sites


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