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Localisation Vendor Administrator (LVA)


The main responsibilities will be to help new linguists, from CV’s screening and shortlisting to testing to ensure they meet the company quality standards. 

This would also include onboarding linguists by negotiating rates, sending Service Agreements and other onboarding documentation and adding linguists to the live database and our TMS system 

The successful applicant would also help organising training and refresher sessions for linguists 

They would promote newly recruited linguists to the relevant Projects teams 


Core Duties: 

The LVA will Act as the first port if call for Mission Translate’s linguist community 

They will monitor and maintain our linguist database to make sure the information is up to date and accurate at all times. 

They will report back to VMs 

Support the Vendor Managers in meeting their recruitment targets 


General Duties  

Adhere to all company processes, policies and procedures 

Act as a point of contact for external enquiries and communication 

Attend regular meetings to discuss business needs 

Act as a positive advocate of the company at all times 

Ensure that safeguarding and health & safety policies are observed and positively implemented 

Carry out any other reasonable duties as required and agreed with your line manager 


You need to be 18-25 years old and on Universal Credit.

Skills required:

Excellent communication skills as you’ll need to liaise with linguists 

Excellent organisation skills as you will be expected to multitask on a daily basis 

An independent learner and ease with technology 

Training to be provided:

All kickstarts have training included as part of the programme. This will be employability skills programmes and training for the role.

Personal Qualities:

Enthusiastic and committed 

Keen to learn and develop skills, and willingness to embrace change 

Ability to think independently and work within a team 

Punctual and Reliable


Things to consider:
You need to be 18-25 years old and on Universal Credit.
Future prospects:
You’ll receive employability support to help you produce a new CV and portfolio so you can compete for positions after your six months on the Kickstart scheme. We will extend the contract after the initial 6 months providing they culturally fit is and they have demonstrated some of our core value and eagerness to work hard.