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Translator (English to French) /Traducteur ou traductrice (anglais vers le français)

  • Translation, Localization, Interpretation Jobs


  • You will be responsible for translating from English to French various documents.
  • You will ensure the consistent use of terminology, as well as the application of internal standards and clients’ preferences.
  • Writing and revisions could also be part of your responsibilities.
  • You will liaise with stakeholders to resolve potential issues regarding translation.
  • You will occasionally attend virtual meetings for information purposes.


  • Level of education, training and experience equivalent to a degree in translation, linguistics or equivalent
  • Five years or more of directly related experience
  • In-depth knowledge of theory and practices of translation, revision, proofreading and terminology research
  • In-depth knowledge of LogiTerm
  • Excellent organizational skills, an ability to observe multiple deadlines and to work independently or as a part of a team
  • Clear, concise and effective communication skills
  • Assets: Knowledge of medical terminology; certification in translation or willingness to obtain it; interest and experience in writing and editing.

Hard Skills

  • Advanced language knowledge
  • Advanced writing skills
  • Proofreading and editing skills
  • Audio translating experience
  • Document interpretation
  • Simultaneous translations experience

Soft Skills

  • Communication
  • Team player
  • Time management
  • Multitasker
  • Organized

We offer

 Salary ranges from $69,143.00 to $86,429.00
We are dedicated as an organization to adhere to public health guidelines for our employees and their families. Remote work arrangements for most of our teams is currently in place until further notice. Flexibility is key in our new world.
In order to maintain a healthy and safe workplace, all persons entering the Royal College premises must provide the organization with evidence, acceptable to the Royal College, that they are fully vaccinated.
Acceptable evidence of vaccination will include a physical or digital vaccination receipt or passport issued by a province or territory, presented with government issued photo ID, on request. Vaccination status will be confirmed at reception, or as set out in the procedures.