Why work for Lingua Translations?

At Lingua Translations, you will be surrounded by incredibly passionate, talented, experienced, smart, and friendly people from a myriad of backgrounds. The background of everyone on the team is very diverse, and the aggregate level of expertise is amazing. Everyone has a specialty (be it Project Management, Marketing, Web development and of course languages), and everyone is very willing to share their knowledge and experience. You can be assured that everyone at Lingua Translations will happily take time out of their day to share documents, best practices, or information that was requested.

Work Environment

With regard to workplace practices, it’s easy to see what makes working for Lingua Translations so appealing. Aside from the friendly office environment, our Management is always very understanding of her staff’s other commitments. Flexible working and culture of trust is promoted so that all the staff at Lingua Translations can achieve a great work-life balance.

Professional Career Development

If you’re looking for a position with learning opportunities then you’ve come to the right place. Not only are there opportunities to learn within Lingua Translations, but it is expected that you do so, on an ongoing basis. Regular meetings with senior team members and management ensure that you have the resources to develop your skills in the area you want.

TUI TRAVEL GROUP

Ian Chapman – Director of Holiday Experience –

“Lingua Translations provides instant multi-lingual options for TUI’s 24/7 Holidayline, so 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year TUI’s customers are connected to an interpreter instantaneously. This service is designed to help holidaymakers who find themselves in difficulty and require non-English language assistance.

The service offered by Lingua Translations provides us with instant translation for every destination we travel to, and has proved invaluable.”

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The difference between a dialect and a language

According to the database Ethnologue, there are 6909 living languages in the world. An immense number. This includes those, which some people (myself included) might have considered as dialects but which are given language status in the Ethnologue and other publications. Whilst working at Lingua Translations I have been able to interact with translators and …

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