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Rocío Viéitez Ferro (English, French and Spanish Translator and Liaison Interpreter) C/ Transv San Bieito 8ºB Atico O• Gondomar • Pontevedra • 36380• Spain Tel: 34-986 363906• Mobile: 34-670678960 • E-mail: rociovieitez@[login to view URL] English/ French © Spanish (European)/Galician Services: Translation, Liaison Interpreting, Editing & Proofreading Specialty: Technical and Scientific Translations Education, Training & Qualifications: University 2001-2004 Translation and Interpreting Degree (University of Vigo, Spain) Languages: Spanish, Galician, English and French 1993-1998 Degree in English Filology (University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain) Further education 1998 Public Relations and Protocol Course 1993-1997 Three years of French Language instruction at the I.O.I (Official Institute of Language, Santiago de Compostela) Employment History: 2003 Tridiom Ref. marta@[login to view URL] • Translation projects with Tridiom ( Translation Agency) 2003 Geology Department – University of Vigo ( Spain)- Ref. fjhernan@[login to view URL] 2003 Pontevex. Vigo, Spain • Proofreading and reviewing translations 2003 Traductores sen Fronteiras (translators NGO) © Translations related to the oil spill of the tanker Prestige in Galicia, Spain 1999 - 2000 Tesec, S.A., Santiago de Compostela, Spain © Translation for European Parliament Conference in Santiago de Compostela 1999-2004 English and French Teacher in different academies (General, Conversation, Business) Additional Information: Computer proficiency Word, Excel, Access, Power Point, Trados, web-page design Languages Spanish (native), Galcian (native), English (fluent), French (fluent),
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