• Data Relevance Analyst with French

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    Data Relevance Analyst


    GlobeTech is a global provider of software localisation, translation, QA and data analysis to the multinational IT sector. We provide market leading solutions to our clients with the core objective of helping them to expand and grow their business in the personalised and data driven age.

    Established in 1997 by two expert Engineers, our bespoke services have allowed us to grow to over 300 employees around the world and become a trusted partner with our clients. Why? Because we work with excellent people!


    Job Summary:

    We are currently seeking a Data Relevance Analyst to join our expanding team. In this role you will focus on the international aspects of dictation.


    As a Data Relevance Analyst your responsibilities will include:


    • Classifying the relevance of a variety of data
    • Improving the accuracy of data through analysis and then evaluating the results
    • Focusing on all languages under testing, identifying potential issues with localisation
    • Any other duties that may apply


    • A Degree in It or linguistics would be desirable
    • Native level fluency of the language required along with cultural awareness of the native country is essential
    • A strong grasp of spelling and grammar in both the native language as well as English
    • Excellent Oral and written communication skills required
    • Have a strong technical aptitude




    A competitive salary is on offer with this position. You will also receive benefits including:


    • Individual health insurance
    • Pension contribution
    • Subsidised canteen
    • On site parking


    Location: Onsite in Cork.


    This is an excellent opportunity to join a highly technical firm with a vibrant company culture where you will receive incredible exposure to the latest technologies. GlobeTech is an equal opportunity employer.


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