TransPerfect

Project Coordinator

ID
2017-9579
Category
Project Management
US-MA-Wilmington

Responsibilities

  • Be responsible for the entire life-cycle of all language/translation projects assigned to the individual
  • Juggle multiple projects and priorities simultaneously in a fast-paced environment
  • Understand and abide by individual project instructions
  • Liaise with sales staff to clarify project parameters
  • Establish and maintain excellent relationships with contract translators and proofreaders globally
  • Coordinate with quality personnel to ensure that the translation perfectly complies with instructions and is linguistically perfect
  • Communicate any issues/problems/caveats or additional information to sales staff as soon as that information is available     

Qualifications

  • Minimum Bachelor’s degree 
  • Excellent communication (written and verbal) skills in English
  • Excellent problem solving and analytical skills
  • Experience coordinating projects and assignment of resources a plus
  • Effective time management

Overview

Translations.com is a world leader in website localization, software localization, GMS (Globalization Management System) software products, and enterprise-level, professional translation services. Our translation solutions allow a diverse array of clients to deliver local language products, services, applications, training, and content in a culturally appropriate manner.

We were founded on the principle that great service is, and always will be, a key differentiator in the localization industry. Our dedication to client satisfaction is what we consider to be our most valuable asset. From President to Project Manager, we believe that making our clients' lives easier and delivering language services that exceed expectations allows us to develop and maintain strong client relationships, and hence to grow our business.  Please visit us at www.translations.com.

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