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If your CV needs to be provided in French, and you're not a native French speaker, you may want to enlist the services of a translation company to make sure your application (in particular the covering letter) is as accurate as it can be.  If you're lucky enough to have already received a job offer, you may still need the services of a translator to help you understand the small print on your contract, especially someone qualified to do legal translations!  Take a look at some of the linguistic services below that have been recommended to us:

ADR traductions Officiel
021 312 76 84
021 312 76 86  fax
www.traducteur-officiel.ch
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Provides legal and medical translations, interpreting services, official translation service for documents in French, English, Russian, Italian, German, Arabic, Chinese, Romanian, plus other languages for driving licenses, certificates, etc.

Jura Editorial Services sarl
Ward Rinehart
Sarah Johnson
0033/450 41 90 85
www.jura-eds.com
Offers English-language consulting, editorial, and publishing services to the international health and development community. Over 30 years of experience.

Helene Kubasky
Master of Arts in Translation
Diplom-Volkswirtin
076 576 15 81
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Top-quality translations of your English and French documents into German by a German-speaking professional translator.

Tracey Translations
David Tracey
021 807 06 09
www.traceytranslations.co.uk
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Translations from German to English by a professional translator and native English speaker with many years of experience.