We are looking for an experienced Germany to English (GB) translator who is well-versed in translating official/administrative documents for five school documents (diplomas, certificates, etc).
The translations should be new Microsoft Word documents that approximate the look of the originals in respect to design, tables, textboxes, fonts, etc.
Please also use [square brackets] to describe visual elements, such as stamps, logos, seals, signatures, etc. E.g.: [signature], [stamp: official seal of....], etc. For in-text dates, use the format 14 March 2019, 3 September 1999, etc. Otherwise, use the format DD/MM/YYYY.
It would be great if you could deliver this no later than the Thursday noon London time.
This should be a relatively quick job but will be followed by lots more work of various kinds. We are really looking for somebody for a long-term partnership and will be providing regular work.
Please post your best rate per word.
Please note that all of our translations are checked for accuracy and authenticity and we need somebody who can provide perfect, error-free translations into British English and knows both languages inside out.
PS: The budget is just a placeholder for now as the collaboration will be on-going if successful.
5 freelancers are bidding on average $17/hour for this job
Hi there, I am a reliable copy typist with a speed of over 38wpm at 90% accuracy. I anticipate your consideration on this project. Looking forward to hearing from you.