Dow Jones, Translation Editor - Japanese Language Service (London)
Dow Jones Newswires is looking for an experienced translation editor for its Japanese-language service (JLS).
You will be part of a team that selects the lineup of English-language stories from Dow Jones Newswires and The Wall Street Journal to be translated for the Japanese audience.
The successful candidate will be joining a team that is actively embracing new trends in translation, ranging from machine translation to automation. You will be responsible for editing and assuring the quality of both human- and machine-translated articles.
In addition, you will be expected to guide translators to produce fast, accurate translations under deadline pressure to increase both quantity and quality of JLS.
- Excellent English and Japanese language skills.
- Strong news judgment and knowledge of finance and business, as well as an interest in international affairs.
- At least several years of experience translating or editing translations of English-language news stories into Japanese, preferably in a high-paced newsroom environment.
- Digital skills and an open mind to new technology including machine translation.
- A team player
Dow Jones offers an opportunity to work for one of the world's leading financial and business news companies. We invite interested candidates to click 'APPLY' and submit a cover letter, detailed resume and expected salary.
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