StevieThank you for your interest in Amara! We are looking for individuals with strong English skills and experience in captioning/subtitling videos who can translate, review, and edit subtitles for special projects.


This is a paid position. We are looking for extremely reliable individuals who are passionate about making video content available to more people around the world. 


We accept applications from native speakers of any language. Some languages are needed as soon as possible, and others for projects in the future. Right now we especially need native speakers of Arabic, Bokmål, Chinese (simplified and traditional), Danish, English, Finnish, French, German, Hindi, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Swahili, Swedish, Turkish, Urdu, Vietnamese — please get in touch if you are interested!


Email us at subtitling-team@pculture.org. Use this as the Subject line: "Translators With Amara Experience Needed (your native language)". This will ensure that your application is forwarded to the right person and gets reviewed promptly. We would love to know a little more about you:

  1. Your name.
  2. Your Amara username. You can find it on your profile page right under "User Details" header.
  3. Your Skype ID.
  4. Your preferred email address.
  5. Your native language. If your native language is spoken in more than one country (e.g. Arabic, English, Spanish, French, Portuguese), please include your country of origin.
  6. Your skills in other languages (if you have any language proficiency certifications, please list them).
  7. When you would be ready to start with us.
  8. How many hours per week you can contribute.
  9. Do you have any skills or expertise that would be good to note (such as  a background in medicine, computer science, engineering, politics, etc.)? Please elaborate.
  10. Where did you hear about this opportunity? 


If you have not used Amara before or have not subtitled any new videos lately, we would like to see a few samples of your work made with the use of Amara. So please select two short (under one minute) videos from YouTube and subtitle them by going to Amara.org and following the instructions there.

  • The videos must be in English (uncaptioned, although automatic captions are OK).
  • If your native language is English, please subtitle these videos in English.
  • If your native language is other than English, please subtitle the video in your native language. There will be no need to create English subtitles in this case.


Thank you for your interest in joining Amara's subtitling team!



Best regards,

Stevie

Amara On Demand Recruiter