- Cairo, EG
- £7 /hr
- Available now
I work in translation in the technical, IT, marketing, legal and automotive fields using the translation tools SDL Trados 2007 SP3 / 2009 SP1, Idiom Workbench, Microsoft LocStudiomore...I work in translation in the technical, IT, marketing, legal and automotive fields using the translation tools SDL Trados 2007 SP3 / 2009 SP1, Idiom Workbench, Microsoft LocStudio and Alchemy Catalyst Lite/Translator Edition, in addition to net search for the translation of scientific terms and acronyms, and text editing tools such as Microsoft Office 2003/2007 and Adobe Acrobat 7/8.
Area Covered: All English-speaking countries
Work Experience Summary: Past experience handling large jobs
• An Educational book of Japanese to Arabs (76k)
• Localization of the website of International Museum of Women (www.imow.org) (humanities)
• translation of Hardware, Software and networking manuals and localization of websites for HP (marketing brochures), Dell (Studio XPSâ„¢ 435MT), Microsoft (Customers\' Relations Management system) and Apple (iPhone 3G S)
• immigration department of Austria (legal documents and practices)
• Nokia (Nokia 5800 XpressMusic\'s manual, brochure, online store for accessories and music)
• Johnson Controls Incorporation (Code of Conduct and best legal and financial practices) (45K)
• Mayo Clinic (brochures and surgery info)
• Encryption Algorithms (pure mathematics) for Delta Computer Institution of Egypt
• W hotels Series (marketing for new branches in the middle east and GCC countries and general instructions about workflows and hierarchies.
• A group of press releases and brochures for World Health Organization (about 24K)
Education Summary: University Degree: B.A. in literatures and teaching of English language
University: Ain Shams University (Cairo)
Major: English Language
Graduation year: 2000
I had three IT courses; a six-month course in Microsoft Windows and Office, a course for one year in programming using Visual Basic 6 (no practical experience just theoretical study and virtual training), and a course in IBM-Egypt on database building using the DB2 software. The last course continued for eight months. At the end of it, some of my colleagues and I presented a virtual project of a database of a school in which users of the database can connect to it through a web page and we received a license from IBM-USA as certified IBM DB2 users. I had two Customer Relations Manager (CRM) training courses in the companies of Exceed and Telecom Egypt.