Translation and Editing Application
Thank you for your interest in Glyph Language Services! Please fill out the form below to apply for translation and editing work. Once the form is complete, please email your resume to vendormanagement@glyphservices.com. Due to the amount of applications we receive, we're not able to respond to each applicant individually. However, please be assured that our Vendor Management team will reach out to you with more information if your skills meet our needs.
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First and Last Name *
How did you hear about Glyph?
Please provide a link to your online professional profile (Proz, LinkedIn, etc.). *
What are your top 2-5 specializations? *
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How many years of experience do you have translating or editing in your top specializations? *
What volume of words have you translated or edited in your top specializations so far? *
What native language(s) are you comfortable translating into? Please specify locale as well (i.e. French for Canada, Spanish for Spain, etc.). *
What kind of content have you translated in the past (related to your top specializations)? *
If you specialize in games, what type of games have you translated before?
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How comfortable are you with transcreation? (1 - not comfortable, 5 - very comfortable)
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What is your hourly rate for transcreation? Please provide rate in USD ($) only.
What is your hourly rate for general tasks (editing, in-context review, etc)? Please provide rate in USD ($) only. *
How many words per day can you translate, on average? *
What is your per word rate for translation? Please provide rate in USD ($) only. *
How many words per day can you edit, on average? *
What is your per word rate for editing? Please provide rate in USD ($) only. *
Are your rates flexible based on long term partnership, volume, and/or complexity? *
Are you familiar with the CAT tool memoQ? *
When do you start your workday in US Pacific Time? *
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Are your standard work hours flexible? *
Do you work evenings and weekends? *
Are you willing to take a small (under 500 words) translation test without getting paid for it? *
What else would you like us to know about you?
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