Join a web company working on new technologies that will disrupt the language industry and create innovative services within the translation market. You will work with an international team that is using artificial intelligence technology and web information retrieval to help more than 100,000 professional translators being more productive and to provide more efficient services to more than 30,000 customers through automation and agile disintermediation.
You will support, as a modern Atlas, the whole IT show with your system skills and will manage an in-house infrastructure with enough firepower to support millions of transactions per day!
You will be responsible for the overall hardware and network infrastructure at Translated. The productivity of our on site team, thousands of professional translators, and almost 10M unique users per month is on your shoulders.
Our engineering team will leverage the indestructible infrastructure you'll build over commodity hardware to deliver the quality products we profit on. You will be involved in all stages of our engineering life cycle, from architectural design to troubleshooting unexpected halts, and will be expected to write very effective automation code, agile software prototypes, document the procedures.
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Translated is a language service provider that is changing the language industry by using NLP and AI technology to make translators’ life easier by minimizing repetitive tasks and making customers happier by reducing traditional agency intermediation.
Translated was founded in 1999 and currently manages over 100,000 translators in 110 countries to provide translation services to more than 30,000 customers.
Thanks to its innovative approach to language technology, Translated has been chosen by Google to create new services for flagship products such as YouTube (http://techcrunch.com/2013/02/20/youtube-partners-with-gengo-and-translated-net-to-make-ordering-paid-caption-translations-easier/) and, recently, the translation of the apps in the Google Play Store (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LiTZkJtgntM&t=1m)
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