Recruitment Drive

Following a successful Workshop in Mauritius, and the increase in demand from the tourism industry, Web-Translations seeks to expand its Leeds based teams. To keep up with growth in demand we are looking to fill four positions in our Leeds office. The positions include:


Operations Administrator

The successful candidate will have strong organisational skills and well-developed interpersonal skills as they will be responsible for ensuring that other roles are supported and that the business runs smoothly. Advanced computer literacy and bookkeeping skills are preferred.

For more information, see here.


Account Executive

This job’s responsibilities include liaising with clients on a daily basis, prospecting for news business and being heavily involved with the sales process and developing client relationships. If you have an enthusiasm for languages, an excellent telephone manner and a passion for the thrill of sales then you could be suited to the job. Some experience in sales is required.

For more information, see here.


Web Project Manager

This role entails corresponding with clients, developers and other team members to ensure that projects are completed on time, on budget and that the client is always pleased with the service. We ask that applicants have excellent communication skills, at least 18 months experience in web projects and a good knowledge of HTML5, CSS and WordPress.

For more information, see here.


eMarketing Project Manager

This job is part of the production team for helping to promote multilingual websites. The successful candidate will manage freelance bloggers and social media promoters for different clients and ensure that client sites reach desired traffic levels. You should be able to work both independently and as part of a team, possess a high standard of English and have a computing/web/marketing related degree.

For more information, see here.


If you think you are suited to any of these roles, then please send a cover letter and CV to Thank you!

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Goldman Sachs to help Web-Translations prosper

 Web-Translations is pleased to be part of the Goldman Sachs Business Growth programme. This unique business education scheme has been organised by Goldman Sachs to support small businesses throughout Yorkshire and the Humber. It is run by the Business Schools of Leeds and Oxford Universities, who also devised the programme.

Our founder and managing director, Daniel Rajkumar, is one of the 25 entrepreneurs selected from 150 applicants to be invited to attend business management courses and receive mentoring and support from a senior member at Goldman Sachs.

The idea behind the project is to help small businesses in the region achieve their maximum potential, and also to help create job opportunities, in order to alleviate the effects of the current economic crisis. As the main focus of the programme, the entrepreneurs will undertake a four-month business and management course which will have an emphasis on real-life practical experience, allowing the participants to implement the ideas and strategies they learn as they go.

Daniel says of the scheme: “The Business Growth Programme has been excellent so far. The topics covered have given me a better strategic understanding and practical skills to aid the decisions I make in the business. I’m learning to step back from the day-to-day activities of running the business, which allows me to work on my overall business vision and direction. I’ve had the chance to learn from the experience of 24 other successful entrepreneurs, and have met inspirational leaders and been taught by some leading business lecturers. I would recommend it to other business owners.”

We all look forward to seeing Web-Translations expand and flourish thanks to the support of Goldman Sachs.