Job Opening: Academic Translators and Editors (Freelance)

Academic Language Experts

Academic Translators and Editors (Freelance)

Academic Language Experts is a company dedicated to helping academic scholars publish their research in prestigious academic fora around the world. We help scholars translate, edit and format their research for publication in academic journals, books, conferences, and more. All of our projects are completed by an expert in their field and then reviewed by one of our managing editors. We work with all major languages and can format according to all style sheets. Feel free to visit our website to learn more about our services.

We are currently looking to expand our team and bring in new freelance academic translators and editors. The ideal candidates have strong language and writing skills and are passionate about research and scholarship. We work with all major languages and all fields of academic expertise, including the humanities and social sciences. Work is from home and completed on a freelance basis. An MA and at least two years previous experience translating and editing academic texts are required.

Contact:

You can apply directly via our website here.

If you have additional questions you can be in touch with Gabrielle Fine, Director of Recruitment.

Email: gabrielle@aclang.com
UK Phone: 020-3769-0297
International Phone: +972-526-665-095

Website: https://www.aclang.com/

About Paula

Paula lives in the vortex of graduate life. She studies medieval Japanese history.
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