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Intern

GlobaLexicon offers a successful internship programme to give candidates like you the opportunity to take their first steps into the working world.

Apply knowledge and skills, and build long lasting relationships

We offer a work placement experience that university students and graduates will find to be useful and fulfilling. We are always on the look-out for bright, enthusiastic candidates with a love for languages and an eye for detail, eager to learn how a translation company works.

At GlobaLexicon, interns do not only learn to apply their knowledge and skills, but also how to build relationships and make great friends. They are involved in the fast-paced daily life of a growing company and in a team which features a diverse mix of nationalities. What better way to enter the translation and language services world?

" I really have to say that I have learned so much! I would have never imagined being involved that much in projects and having such responsibilities to support the project delivery. I felt very useful and helpful. The internship programme has been very enriching for me. I decided to also do my Master’s degree since I enjoyed it that much. Thank you! "

Lena, former PM Intern (2015) - Currently studying for an MA in Language & Translation Science

Process and profile

Internships are for a minimum of 4 months and the recruitment process includes a remote timed test and, for those candidates who pass the test, a Skype interview.

We are mostly looking for candidates with a BA or MA in languages, but, if your profile is interesting, we also consider candidates from other backgrounds. We have different positions available, so you should be able to find what you are looking for!

Several exciting intern positions are available

  1. Project Management Intern: Learn how to address clients’ needs and manage projects from quote creation to the job delivery. You will be helping with invoicing, purchase orders, contracts, payments, expense management, filing, archives, and maintaining records and databases. Recruiting for June 2017 (Antwerp), March/April 2017 (London), June 2017 (Seville).
  2. Quality Assurance Intern: Get involved in the essential final quality check which ensures that projects are delivered to the highest professional standard. Learn to analyse any language, using CAT tools on a daily basis, and gain exposure to a range of topics across different industries. Suited to individuals with a keen eye for detail and excellent analytical skills. Recruiting for March/April 2017.
  3. Vendor Management Intern: Be a part of the crucial first step of the translation journey, helping to source the best talent for a range of projects. Ideal for individuals with a background/interest in recruitment and a passion for languages. This role offers a unique insight into the world of freelance translation.
  4. Linguist Intern: Put into practice the skills and knowledge acquired during your university studies. Support our Linguist Team in various linguistic tasks, improve your knowledge of translation memories and other tools, and become an expert in terminology research. Recruiting for March/April 2017 (DE, FR), July 2017 (ES, Seville office).