Webinterpret is a leading e-commerce specialist solution that helps facilitate cross-border trade. Its operations center is in Warsaw, Poland, and headquarters in Sophia Antipolis, France. Over the last year, Webinterpret has grown by more than 300% and it shows no signs of slowdown.
To support this growth, we are looking for a self-motivated and experienced:
Language Quality Assurance Specialist
Location: Warsaw, Inflancka 4a
Responsible for maintaining linguistic resources for specific domains and languages
Act as a consultant providing insight to solve interesting linguistic challenges in the field of linguistic technology
Identify linguistic patterns and deal with words systematically using grammar rules, syntactic information, etc.
Propose improvements to the existing solutions and work on new processes and workflows
Innovative and interesting e-commerce project on a big scale (working with partners like eBay and Amazon to scale their international sales)
Work with young, dynamic, international team
Friendly atmosphere and many opportunities for professional development
Free coffee and fruit
Free English and Polish lessons for all employees
University degree in Linguistics, Translation or in a related discipline.
Native or C2 level German speaker
Native or C2 level French speaker that will be able to work in the following language combination: German -French
Experience as a translator or linguist
Open mind and eagerness to learn new things
Ability to work independently
Nice to have
Interest in computational linguistic and machine translation engines (eg. Google Translate) or willingness to learn new things in this field.
Knowledge of e-commerce industry
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