Freelance translator jobs

Due to an increased volume in medical work we’re looking to expand our team of medical translators, revisers and assessors.

In addition to medical experience, we need proof you have one of the following:

  • Recognised graduate qualification in translation from an institute of higher education
  • Equivalent qualification (degree level) in any other subject (eg medical), plus a minimum of 2 years’ professional experience in translation
  • At least 5 years’ full-time professional experience in translation

If you’d like to join our team, please send your CV to

Freelance interpreters

Andiamo! is always looking for professionally qualified, experienced business interpreters in all languages but specific combinations requested are: English <> French, French <> Italian, English <> German, English <> Japanese, English <> Spanish, English <> Italian.

What you need to do

To be considered as a translator or interpreter for Andiamo! we require you to send us the following:

  • A full CV including details of your qualifications, your experience, your specialist areas and – if you are a translator – the technical software at your disposal
  • Evidence of your qualifications – e.g. scanned copies of any certificates, membership numbers of professional bodies
  • Names and emails of at least TWO professional referees for whom you have recently worked, or recent academic referees
  • Your current rates
  • For translator applicants, subject to initial approval, you will be required to complete a 300-word test piece before being accepted onto our database.

Please send all of the following information to, putting your language pair(s) and whether you are a translator or an interpreter as the subject field of the email (e.g. ‘French – English Interpreter’).

Please do NOT phone as we can only consider your application once we have received all the information above. We will email you when our review is complete.

Please note that due to the large volume of applicants we receive, we might take some time to get back to you.