Selica International Ltd was founded in 2001 with the following mission is to provide the highest quality language services to leading businesses worldwide.
Put simply, we hire the most talented candidates and give them the guidance, resources, and opportunities they need to grow their career in an expanding environment.
Business Administration with Project Management
The position of the Business Administrator / Project Manager is responsible for managing and coordinating the completion of all language projects.
Essential skills and experience required:
The role of a Project Manager in a translation job is very important for many different reasons. Their responsibilities in the translation process not only ensure high quality translations but also outstanding service which delivers peace of mind for those not as experienced in dealing with such tasks. To help you better understand the crucial part a Project Manager plays in delivering a translation we’ll be taking a brief look the responsibilities that are part of their role below.
We will offer support for the right candidate to develop the skills to ultimately, enable them to carry out the following responsibilities
1. Quoting – Though in some agencies, the sales team provides costs, a Project Manager is well-placed for creating quotes. It isn’t just a question of providing some figures based on a rate card. A Project Manager will screen the text for complexities, gauge appropriate translators and analyse the text for things like duplicated copy to guarantee the word count is accurate.
2. Linguistic understanding – Understanding the text and what is required for a translating it is very important so having expert linguistic experience is vital. This knowledge is very important when it comes to accurately performing many aspects of their role. Project Managers are often the last native speaker who sees the text before translation and often pick up on anomalies that the client may not have noticed.
3. Select appropriate translators/trainers and teachers – A Project Manager must understand what a translator’s strengths are and if they have the ability to produce the desired style and standard in a translation. Appreciating a translator’s workload and knowing if they can complete the work on time is just as key.
4. Handle contractor queries – Once a project has been put into progress, the translator may have queries, from what is or isn’t to be translated to concerns about the terminology or content in general. They also even notice issues in the source text the client hasn’t. Once received from the translator, a good Project Manager will distinguish between queries the client needs to answer and those which can be dealt with internally, saving the client time and hassle.
5. Manage project timelines – Generally the turn-around time of a translation is non-negotiable and safeguarding this means managing many different aspects of the process. This includes things like receiving the original text from the client on time, handling queries effectively and selecting translators who can achieve the goals set at the beginning of the project. They will also know when time can be saved by taking advantage of different time zones or multiple translators, without of course compromising on quality.
6. Ensure quality – A good translator will have appropriate experience and be qualified to a high level. Whilst experience shows that not every translation needs proofreading, a good Project Manager will quality check their translators’ work before returning it to the client. This covers elements like un-translated text, formatting and layout and even questionnaire inserts, scales and coding.
7. Satisfy the client – On time delivery, high quality translation with the least hassle possible and all delivered with great service: this is what a Project Manager strives for and ultimately should deliver.
For any Project Manager worth their salt, these key responsibilities, combined with the right experience and skills, will see them deliver outstanding service throughout the project.
As Discussed during your interview that your tasks will be extended to the following:
Marketing responsibilities to support the sales team and expand awareness of the company profile on the market place.
To ensure the effective running of the Administration Department and deliver maximum quality
The responsibilities of the role include:
• Providing excellent customer service to clients and subcontractors on the telephone on a daily basis
• Customer support and complaints handling
• Management and processing of customer orders
• Sourcing and management of subcontractors
• Using in-house CRM software
• Undertaking videoconferencing sessions
• Data entry
• Diary management
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