41 OFFICES in 22 COUNTRIES
At AMPLEXOR we innovate, we are experienced and committed to our clients and employees. We provide digital state-of-the-art solutions that are both universal and tailored to our clients’ needs. At AMPLEXOR we think global, we think ahead and we think about the future. At AMPLEXOR we give you the space to grow and the opportunity to develop an international career in a multicultural environment.
We are looking for a student to be a Translation Project Manager Assistant, responsible for the day-to-day management of customer orders according to the customer requirements and AMPLEXOR standards. This person will be a part of our Language Service team and he/she will work on customer service deliveries under the responsibility of a Service Manager at our office in Berlin.
Process execution according to the service portfolio throughout the whole project life cycle process (initiation, planning, execution, control and closing).
Monitoring of overall workflow timelines including service delivery (translation, revision, DTP, etc.).
Project financials including revenue and gross margin, preparing Invoicing.
Client relationship management at first level operational contacts, representing the organization to the customer.
You are a BA or MA student, preferably in a language, communication and/or business related degree.
Basic experience in service/project management or in similar roles/businesses (preferably related to Language Services) is an asset.
You have excellent knowledge of German and English; additional languages are an asset.
You have excellent communication skills (email, phone, presentations).
You have strong organization skills, as well as stress management skills, in order to meet tight deadlines and organize heavy workloads or complex project situations.
You have demonstrated ability to work individually or as part of a local or virtual team.
Good knowledge of commonly used computer desktop applications and services (e.g. MS Office, production applications, Adobe Acrobat, Internet, etc.); knowledge of computer translation tools (e.g. TRADOS) is an asset.