Internships at Comms Multilingual
We have a regular requirement for interns who either have a degree in translation or who are currently studying for a degree in translation who want to gain experience in Project Management. We provide a quality environment for interns to learn about the translation business after gaining their academic qualifications. When vacancies for full Project Managers arise, our policy is to promote from among the interns.
If you are interested in an internship for a minimum of 6 months, please complete the form below, making sure to include your covering letter and attach your CV.
Alternatively, if you’d like to find out more, please contact our Internship Team Manager, Annalisa at email@example.com.
Project Management Internship Application
Frequently Asked Questions
What does Comms Multilingual do?
We are a language services company. Translation is our main service, but we also offer other related services, such as SME review of translations, multilingual typesetting, voiceovers, subtitling, etc.
Where is the internship based?
We are right in the centre of Epsom, which is about 35-40 minutes from Central London by train.
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Who are our clients and vendors?
Our clients are leading companies in different fields. Most of our clients are based in the UK and US, although we also have some clients in Europe (mainly in Scandinavia, Germany, The Netherlands and Belgium) and Australia. We cover virtually any language in the world as we outsource most of our work. Our providers are mainly freelancers, although we also partner with some companies for specific services. This allows us to choose the very best provider for each job according to their qualifications and experience.
What does the recruitment process entail?
Our recruitment process for this internship includes several steps: an initial screening of CVs to select the most qualified candidates according to our requirements, a couple of exercises (a proofreading exercise in the candidate’s native language and some simple exercises in MS Office) and a final interview with our Internship Coordinator.
What are a Project Coordinator's main duties?
The duties of a Project Coordinator include: assisting Project Managers, managing our databases of providers (this includes selecting and recruiting new providers, testing them out, etc.), proofreading documents, completing Quality Assurance (QA) checks to files before delivery, using CAT Tools (to analyse files, create TMs, do QA checks, etc.), preparing quotations, preparing documentation, doing internet research and, when ready and required, managing simple projects.
What are the working hours?
It’s a full-time internship. We work from Monday to Friday from 9.30 am to 6 pm (with a 45 min break that can be taken at any time).