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    Ich möchte neben meinem NHS job gerne als Freelance Übersetzer für Deutsch-Englisch arbeiten und etwas Geld dazu verdienen. Nun hab ich über HMRC schon was hinsichtlich Self employment und Tax return herausgefunden. Ich frage mich jedoch, wie fange ich am besten an? Ich bin kein professioneller Übersetzerin, würde gerne anbieten, proofreading zu übernehmen, Webseiten oder Flyer zu übersetzen. Hat das hier aus dem Forum schon jemand angefangen und kann mir Tipps geben wo ich mich am besten vorstelle und wieviel Pfund ich pro Wort/Hour verlangen kann? Ich hätte jetzt gedacht, dass ich für den Anfang zB bei gumtree eine Anzeige erstelle.
  2. Hello, We are looking for a German speaking ( Native level ) representative able to travel to RM3 8SB where our office is located.    Duronic is a global brand based in Romford in Essex. We began in 2005 producing Consumer and home products and have since expanded in to Health, Home, Kitchen and business products. We sell online, to resellers and to wholesalers in UK and Europe.   We are looking for a self-motivated individual to be in charge of our German sales channels. If you can speak both English and German (native level) then it's you we are looking for The role will include a few pointers as below. • Providing after-sales email support (a few hours each day in German). • Speak to customers in German • Translate documents from English to German • Monitoring customer product reviews • Participate in social media content creation with Media team We are looking for a flexible team player who is interested in becoming an essential part of our business. You would be reporting to the International Team leader and there is a lot of scope to develop the position based on your performance. The main qualities we are looking for are a genuine interest in directly increasing sales, particularly our Amazon.de sales channel, as well as a proactive willingness to get involved with other aspects of the business. Skills and attributes needed: • Excellent written and verbal communication skills in German - Must be able to translate from English to German • Positive, enthusiastic and team-orientated • Exceptional attention to detail • Confidence to pro-actively suggest and implement ideas • Ability to manage time and work on several projects simultaneously • Initiative to keep all projects moving on time • You need to be IT literate, familiar with Words/Excel. Training given. The role is Full-time, our working hours between 8.30am and 5.00pm Monday to Friday. The job does require you to come in everyday. We can be flexible on the hours, if you have the right ingredients for the job. If you need some flexibility then we can work around you. Our offices are an easy walk from Harold Wood over ground station which is 30 minutes from Stratford station (Central Line). You will need to be available to start as soon as possible. Salary: competitive, depending on experience. Please also let us know your salary expectation. If you think you are suitable for this position, please apply with a CV and covering letter highlighting how you believe your characteristics and experience make you suitable for this role.    Send your cv to jobs@shinemart.co.uk
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