Language: Found 4 available freelancers (from NZD 25 to 60 per hour)
Contractors in the category "Language" provide translation services as well as interpreting, editing and proofreading for lots of languages. Many of them are native speakers. They often focus on a specific industry area.
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Professional background: BA in language and literature. Freelance translator since 2008, participated in localization projects mostly in technology, gaming and finance industries. Self-employed since 2008.
General qualifications: Financial analysis ++
Professional background: Master of Management at the University of Auckland. Master of Translation and Interpretation at Beijing Foreign Studies University. Worked as a professional interpreter for two years. Translated over 10,000 words in total for the past years. Consular assistant at the Consulate of Canada in Chongqing. Executive assistant. Self-employed since 2019.
General qualifications: Business analytic ++, accounting ++
Professional background: Sichuan International Study University: Major in English-Chinese translation and interpretation. Taught Chinese and English in China and Singapore. Customer services and freelancer for 7 years already. Self-employed since 2009.
General qualifications: Sales and customer service ++ Feedback: J. Vanderpyl: Very professional and skilled.
Professional background: All certified translators have a Masters in translation and/or specialist field and are qualified in translation in their specific field (e.g. engineering, law, etc.). Professional translation services since 2002.
Miscellaneous: Unlike the other contractors at Zealancer, this provider is not personally providing the service, but manages his pool of translators and makes their service available for a fixed hourly rate.
The term Language also occurs in the following 1 entries (from NZD 80 to 80 per hour)
Professional background: Knoware Limited (NZ) SAS DI (Data Integration) Studio (2013). SAS Institute (NZ) using SAS Management Console to Manage Your Environment (2005), SAS Programming II: Manipulating Data with the Data Step (2005), Querying & Reporting Using SAS Enterprise Guide (2006), SAS Macro Language 1: Essentials (2010). Westpac (in house) Doing the Right Thing, Anti Money Laundering. QuicKnowledge Achieving Personal Goals (2003). Themis Inc. DB2 SQL & Application Programming (2002). UnumProvident Corp. Experienced Programmer Orientation – MVS1/MVS2 (2001). Harvard Night School Java for Distributed Systems (incomplete) (2001). IBM mainframe - insurance, banking. 7 years used SAS 9.1.3, SAS Macros Enterprise Guide v4. Data Warehouse – SQL/DB2 feeding to & extracting from Oracle tables. Analysis, design, programming, SDLC (testing phases) skills, documentation and production support of projects and applications. Language skills: Base SASv9.1.3, (also 9.3) SAS Macros, SQL (Base SAS, DB2, MS Access – VBA). Self-employed since 2013.