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Energy Services Group ( ESG )
141 Longwater Drive, Suite 113
Posted: September 10 2015
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 3 Part-time, Paid
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Energy Services Group (ESG ) is the retail energy industry's leading provider of transaction management (EDI) , billing , CIS and wholesale energy services. Offering the industry's only end to end business process solution, ESG provides comprehensive and proven solutions for the unique business process needs for a start up retail supplier or well established, experienced global suppliers of natural gas and electricity, and everyone in between.
ESG's superior technology and experienced operations staff have helped clients achieve consistent growth and profitability for more than a decade. ESG delivers solutions that ensure rapid market entry, reduce regulatory and operational risks, improve overall business performance, and deliver superior financial results.
ESG's 100 plus retail supplier clients support over 8 million residential, commercial and industrial customers in production behind over 120 gas and electric gas and utilities in the United States.
Please indicate experience in the following areas: (These are not prerequisites)
Student language tutor
Japanese Tutoring for business
Translation software (any type of automated translation tools)
Energy or sustainability certifications
Any other certifications, credentials
This prestigious Massachusetts South Shore company is seeking "A Level" Japanese World Class Translators. We are looking for the best in the business.
Our "A Level" Translators understand, interpret and perform translation services for US and foreign clientele in the energy industry. Translations will be edited and proofed by our translation team for 100% accuracy.
Incumbents must have the ability to assist our JP team and independently translate complex transactional documentation, interpret workflows and apply accurate technical translations for multiple business processes and business documents over the course of the work assignment.
Incumbents should have the ability to interpret, translate, edit and proof documentation with 100% accuracy. All documentation will be vetted for all aspects of technical subject matter to ensure translations are accurate and can be understood by both English and Japanese employees, prospects, and our clients.
Our "A Team" World Class candidates possess a HIGH level of skill and experience in IT, Computer Science and Business Administration.
Translator Technical Requirements:
Our “A Team" Translators must possess an overall background in IT. They must think quickly on their feet and enjoy the challenge of problem solving and seeking business solutions to problems. Verbal and written communication skills are guiding principles for the position but are a given.
Our new A Team translators must have the ability to fully comprehend IT terminology and industry specific terms to interpret and perform accurate translations and independently create new technical documentation in both English and Japanese.
Candidates must have a full command of both English and Japanese languages. Our incumbents must also possess a full comprehension and understanding of industry & technical business terminology and must be able to interpret and translate in word for word scenarios.
Incumbents will be required to perform accurate translations for data such as field names and system codes.
All data must be translated into documentation explaining how existing Japanese codes map to the newly created system codes.