Our freelancers work remotely, they choose which projects to accept and are paid per project. And they do it on their own time – night owls, early birds and everyone in-between – while making sure to respect our deadlines.
Freelance linguists and specialists who work with us aren’t just names on a screen – they’re at the core of what we do, and their success is truly our success. That’s why we provide comprehensive feedback on projects and recognize outstanding freelancers for going above and beyond.
Please note that at this time Multilingual Connections is accepting applications exclusively from individual freelancers, and not from groups of freelancers or representatives of such groups. Additionally, due to a recent change of employment rules, we currently are not accepting applications from freelancers located in the state of California.
What makes a great translator or transcriptionist?
Our freelancers possess the relevant education, training and experience to handle projects that require specific tools and expert skill sets.
Our freelancers are detail-oriented, able to follow complex instructions and interested in researching unfamiliar terms or concepts as needed.
Our freelancers respond promptly and clearly to emails, and show flexibility in adapting their work, both to incorporate feedback and to accommodate our clients’ evolving needs.
Freelancing isn’t for everyone. Our most successful (and satisfied) professionals are experienced, organized, motivated self-starters who work independently while regularly communicating with our team and sharing updates on their assignments.
If that sounds like you, it’s time to get in touch!
Get started with Multilingual Connections as a freelancer
If you want to apply to become a translator, transcriptionist, subtitler, DTP professional or voice-over provider, fill out the online application to begin
(Please note that for certain languages, we may ask transcriptionists to take a very brief transcription test. This allows transcriptionists to demonstrate their skills and get a better feel for the type of work we handle.)