Words travel worlds. Translators do the driving.


Without our amazing team of translators, we wouldn’t be able to do what we do. It’s this way of thinking that proves why our most valuable assets are our translators, both in-house and freelance. Our way of partnership combined with their expertise is what really helps us stand out from the crowd.

Rather than using translators like a resource, we do all we can to create a close personal and long-term relationship with our translators!

We understand that collaboration is a two-way street, which is why we put as much effort in as we can. We do everything to support our freelance translators, making them feel part of the team.

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We are always looking for professional freelance translators with a good track record. If you are an experienced translator with a passion for translation and an eye for detail, then you might be the one we’re looking for.

We take good care of our Translators

Interesting and varied assignments

Flexible working hours

The possibility of working from anywhere

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  • You are experienced
  • You are a language expert
  • You know your grammar
  • You are thorough
  • You adhere to instructions
  • You deliver on time
  • You respond promptly to potential jobs

If you can see yourself being part of the COMUNICA team, then please send us an application by filling out the form below.

Freelance translators wanted

Comunica is always looking for professional translators with a good track record. We can offer you a flexible collaboration with interesting and varied assignments.

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