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English Writer & Editor

We are seeking an English Writer/Editor who is willing to learn and can empower our client to achieve their global expansion goals.

Location:
Shenzhen
Company:
CSOFT
Details:

Key job responsibilities:

- Editing user guides, marketing collateral, interface strings, etc. that have been translated from Chinese to English. Specifically, this involves ensuring clarity, native-like style, technical accuracy, standard grammar & mechanics, cultural appropriateness, and adherence to client-specific requirements.

- Referring to Chinese source materials to understand the intended meaning

- Discussing decisions about content with translators and other team members

- Evaluating document quality and providing widely applicable suggestions for improvement

- Contributing to team training meetings

Qualifications:

Necessary skills & qualifications:

- Native English speaker familiar with US English writing standards (any nationality may apply)

- 1 year of editing, writing, or translation experience

- Bachelor's degree or Master’s degree

- Intermediate Chinese reading ability (HSK 4 and above)

- Strong independent research skills

- Logical and critical thinking skills

- Willingness to accept and incorporate critical feedback

- Some familiarity with Chinese work culture

Desirable skills & qualifications:

- Familiarity with enterprise IT (data management and protection etc.) or related fields

- A writing or technology- oriented educational background

Other information:

- The focus will be on enterprise IT, but other editing, content creation, and transcreation opportunities may also be available pending strong performance.

- This position involves receiving training and feedback from a senior editor who is preparing to be transferred to another client.

- The position will be full-time based in office at Ping’an Finance Centre, Futian District.

- Onsite work in Bantian, Shenzhen may be occasionally required.

Responsibilities:

Language(s) Required:
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Full-Time
Salary:
Contact Name:
Charlie Edmonds
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