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French Translator

Hobart, Australia

Reference: 5741173

The Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR), an intergovernmental organisation with its Secretariat headquartered in Hobart, Tasmania, invites applications for the position of French Translator. This is a 12-month contract role at 0.5FTE, with the possibility for extension.

Shortlisted applicants will be required to sit a translation test in Hobart.

What does it take to impress us?

You'll have a tertiary qualification in areas relevant to the role, and experience in the use of translation memory software, with specific experience using Transit an advantage.

And how can we impress you?

A promise that you'll be working in an exciting organisation that has a global impact, generous salary options, onsite parking, and many other benefits.

If you're looking to make your mark in a role where you get to work with people from different cultures and backgrounds and are wanting an adventure, then what are you waiting for?


To apply for this job, please see the position description and send your CV containing 3 referees along with a cover letter and statement addressing how your skills and experience best meet the requirements of the role. Please address the Essential Criteria listed in the ‘academic and other qualifications' and ‘work experience and skills' areas listed in the position description as a minimum. Applications must be submitted in English.


To be eligible for this role you must already have the right to work in Australia as this role cannot be sponsored by a working visa and be a national of a country which is specifically listed as a Member of CCAMLR - you can review the list here:

If you need further information regarding this position, please contact Angie McMahon, Human Resources Officer, on + 61 3 6210 1140.

Applications close 5pm AEDT 6 December 2021

CCAMLR promotes equal opportunity, gender equality and cultural, linguistic and ethnic diversity in the workplace.

Applications Close: 06 Dec 2021