Vacancy for Paid Japanese Translator Intern in Frankfurt, Germany


Job description

We are looking for a Working Student – Translator for Asian Patents in Japanese (m/f) in Frankfurt / Germany (3-4 months assignment . 

As the world’s leading provider of science and health information, Elsevier serves more than 30 million scientists, students and health and information professionals worldwide. A global company headquartered in Amsterdam, employing more than 7000 people in 24 countries, we help customers advance science and health by providing world-class information and innovative tools that help them make critical decisions, enhance productivity and improve outcomes. 

Job Description:

We are looking for a working student with the main focus on the translation of Japanese Patents in English to strengthen our CQM (Content Quality Management) Team in Frankfurt. We have started with the collection of Japanese Patents for Reaxys, which is accompanied by a thorough examination of the excerpted data. According to this project, we are looking for a native Japanese speaker who is able to work together with a CQM expert in a team to complete this task.

 The regular working time will be 8-15 hours per week. The office is located in Frankfurt with the opportunity to work home based after being familiar with the task.

Your profile:

  • Your task: Translation of documents written in Japanese into the English language
  • Your language skills:
  • Japanese - native or comparable
  • English – proficient
  • Background: at least high school graduation or comparable, preferable student
  • Basic knowledge in chemistry is nice to have
  • Software skills: MS Word

Our offer

We welcome you to a truly global, dynamic and challenging environment with great opportunities to develop yourself. Elsevier is located in a building that provides a barrier-free access.

How to apply:

If you have any questions and the job profile matches your expectations, we ask you to send your application to the following e-mail address: recruitment.frankfurt@elsevier.com.