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Are you enthusiastic about translation and want to join the industry? Ethnolink is a rapidly-expanding team of passionate, dedicated linguists who are working on some of the most exciting multicultural communications projects in Australia.

We're on a mission to connect Australia through language. Come and join us!

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Translator (Freelance)

If you are a tech-savvy, professional translator who maintains high standards and is open to learning new technologies, apply to join our pool of freelance translators!

We work with governments, not-for-profits and private organisations, translating across any topic, any medium of text and any language.

Our applications are open to translators across the globe. A NAATI Certification is highly desirable, in languages where NAATI credentialing exists.

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What projects will I be working on?

These are just some of the types of impactful projects you'll have an opportunity to work on.

Major Road Projects Victoria

Major Road Projects Victoria (MRPV) partnered with Ethnolink to conduct a comprehensive study on the challenges faced by culturally and linguistically diverse communities regarding road projects in Victoria. The study aimed to understand how road projects impact multicultural communities and iden...

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Department of Families, Fairness, and Housing

The Department of Families, Fairness, and Housing engaged Ethnolink to conduct community consultation for a series of community profiles aimed at providing insights into multicultural communities in Victoria. The project sought to ensure the accuracy of information, cultural resonance and inclusi...

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Department of Employment and Workplace Relations

Ethnolink collaborated with the Department of Employment and Workplace Relations to enhance accessibility and awareness of their Self-Employment Assistance program. This initiative involved comprehensive research, community consultation, translation, and creation of culturally relevant videos and...

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eSafety Commissioner

Ethnolink collaborated with Little Rocket to create translated online animated video resources for eSafety Commissioner and First Nations communities. These videos aim to inform individuals how to deal with the different types of online abuse. Through professional translation and voice-over, the ...

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Women NSW

Ethnolink is proud to have collaborated with the NSW Government to develop translations for the Menopause Toolkit, an informative initiative with the support of Jean Hailes for Women’s Health aimed at sparking conversations about perimenopause and menopause. By providing translations in 8 differe...

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Australian Securities and Investments Commission

Ethnolink collaborated with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) to address key concepts in the Australian financial system to new migrants and diverse linguistic communities in Australia. ASIC aimed to translate essential financial information into 10 languages with 8 web ...

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Frequently Asked Questions

Absolutely! We are strong believers in lifelong learning, and we provide our team with lifelong training and support. This includes robust training modules, mentoring from experienced language professionals and more.

For our freelance translator network, we also offer free, monthly professional development webinars, and we provide Certificates of Attendance upon their conclusion which can be used to obtain NAATI PD points.

We advertise Graduate-level positions several times in a year, which students are welcome to apply for. For the right person, we offer a flexible arrangement that enables you to work while completing your studies.

Enquire with our team for more information.

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