Join the Diction team

Diction is always on the hunt for enthusiastic individuals with a gift for languages, brilliant translators, outstanding proofreaders, creative copywriters, committed project managers and other experts. What do we offer? An amazing team, great clients, the option to work from home and much more. Or maybe you’re even interested in relocating to Canada?

We also place great value on our professional relationship with our incredible freelance partners. If you are interested in freelancing for Diction, you can find more information below. If you are highly motivated and want to work in a position with plenty of responsibility for renowned clients, you might be interested in one of the following roles:

Freelancing for Diction: expert minds think alike

The jobs listed above are full-time vacancies. We also work with a network of trusted freelancers. Are you a freelancer who is interested in supporting our in-house team? We have pretty high standards. If that’s something you can relate to, then you could be just the person we’re looking for. So if you do excellent work as a translator, proofreader or copywriter, have documented experience working with legal, financial or technical texts, know how to use SDL Trados Studio and/or Across, send your application. We look forward to reading your application!

Sie interessieren sich für eine feste Mitarbeit?
Want to work full-time for Diction?

If you’re interested in working for Diction full-time, you can send your application via the job portal above. Our Head of Human Resources, Corina Ramsauer, looks forward to receiving your application.

Sie möchten uns als Freelancer unterstützen?
Want to freelance for Diction?

Sonja Brass, Head of Vendor Management, enjoys working with qualified experts. If you want to work with Diction, send us your application.
vendormanagment@diction.ch

Interested? Meet your future colleagues

We work extremely hard, and overtime is not unheard of. And despite the wealth of multilingual expertise we have at our disposal, there is one word that we still struggle to understand in every language: impossible. So, if you are interested in joining us, see what the team has to say about life at Diction (video currently only available in German). Want to be part of the team?

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