In-house Translator (m/f/d)

at KPMG AG Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft
Location Mitte, Germany
Date Posted 26. July 2019
Category Writing / Editing / Translation
Job Type Full-time
Street + Number Klingelhöferstraße 18
City Berlin


Support KPMG with meeting the future challenges of our clients. Become inspired by the diversity of our topics — and together with us, make the difference.  As part of the Translation team, support our clients and service areas by providing translations (German/English or English/German) covering business, finance, tax and law topics.

Join our team in Berlin.

Your challenges

  • Translate complex business, finance, tax and legal documents from German into English or English into German
  • Proofread and edit translations for terminological consistency
  • Develop our terminology database

Your profile

  • Degree in translation (bachelor's / master's) with a focus on business/law (or similar)
  • First working language English with excellent German skills

Your benefits 

  • Intensive guidance right from the start from a colleague in your immediate working environment
  • Diverse training programme to promote transfer of sector-specific knowledge and interdisciplinary skills
  • Flexibility in the form of variable working time models and provision of technical equipment for location independent working
  • Cross-divisional, global collaboration within the KPMG Network

At KPMG, our work lies at an important intersection of business, the public sphere and society. For this reason, we seek people to join us in order to tackle future challenges and to engage in lifelong learning. Learn about graduate and career development opportunities at KPMG and the issues that drive us.

Become part of our team, and together we will tackle the challenges that propel the business world. We look forward to receiving your online application. Learn about the application process here, or request further details from Kirsten Kronberg-Peukert at 0800 5764 562 (0800 KPMG JOB).

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