Noémie Gabriault

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offlineJoined May 16, 2017Environment and/or ecology, General, Human rights, Marketing, PR and/or market research, Media/multimedia
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A few things about me

France
Editing and Proofreading, Subtitling, Transcription, Translation
English, Spanish
French
French

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My fields of expertise and areas of interest

Environment and/or ecology, General, Human rights, Marketing, PR and/or market research, Media/multimedia
Education and/or pedagogy, Health Care, Journalism, Literature and/or poetry, Mental health, Psychology

My education

Universidad de Alcalá
Université de Pau et des Pays de l'Adour
Université de Poitiers
Master “Intercultural communication, Translation and Interpretation in Public Services"
Master “Translation and documentation professions”
Bachelor’s degree in foreign languages, literature and civilizations
2016
2015
2013

My biography and experience

My name is Noémie and I am a French native translator.

I translate from English and Spanish: of course, I have learned them at school, high school and then University; but I also spent 9 months in Scotland and 9 months in Spain, an experience that I consider as essential in my language learning process. As I think you never know a language too much, I keep reading and watching movies/series in these languages almost daily, and also travelling when I can.

Now let's talk a bit about my education/working experience. After graduating with my master's degree in translation and interpretation (a French-Spanish double-diploma), I worked six months as an in-house translator for a company that develops softwares for the banking industry. I learned a lot there: team work, respect of deadlines, use of CAT tool, TM and glossaries, etc. But I also learned that working in a company was not something I wanted to do over the long term, for all the goods reasons any freelance translator can tell.

So here I am, I decided to establish myself as a freelance translator. As I already did at University and during my in-house experience, I am committed to always provide high-quality work within the deadline agreed together with the client.

A bientôt !