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Translations Team

Freelance Medical Translator, Estonian




Freelance (20–30 hr/week for 2–3 months)

Short info

We are looking for an Estonian native speaker with a medical background. If you’d like to help us reach people from Estonia, translating our medical database and products, we’d love to hear from you.

About Infermedica

At Infermedica, we develop AI-driven apps that allow insurance, healthcare and pharmaceutical companies to pre-diagnose, triage, and connect patients with the appropriate medical services. We are on a bold mission to guide every patient to the right care.

Every day, we work on the most exciting challenges in the healthcare industry: using artificial intelligence (AI) in medical diagnosis and natural language processing (NLP) in chatbots and voice assistants. Our core technology is science-driven and built on the firm foundation of the latest medical papers and internal research.

We are known for our outstanding products and customer service experiences. Since 2012, we’ve helped companies from all over the world increase efficiency, improve patient flow and reduce costs.

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Your role

Translations are crucial for our products to work properly. Users rely on these translations when they describe symptoms, and when they receive potential diagnoses. Right now we support 13 languages and we’re still adding new ones.

In this part-time role, you will translate and localize our medical content i.e. symptoms, conditions, risk factors, diagnostic questions, and more. You will also be responsible for translating apps and product descriptions.

You will use your in-depth medical knowledge to translate medical terminology, and your language skills to write content that people understand. You will make sure that your translations are accurate and clear for both physicians and ordinary people. Finally, you will identify and address lingual issues.

Requirements and skills

  • Medical background (a medical student, a graduate, or a physician)
  • Native proficiency in Estonian, and proficiency in English
  • Experience in English–Estonian translations
  • High writing skills
  • Ability to describe complex topics with simplicity and clarity
  • Ability to deliver on a tight schedule
  • Ability to work independently
  • Ability to work 20–30 hr/week for 2–3 months, less hours afterwards
  • Good knowledge of plain language will be a plus

Perks and benefits

We're committed to build an open and supportive environment where you can enjoy your work and develop your skills. In order to do that, we provide you with a neat package of benefits, including:

  • Flexible hours and location. This is a fully remote position, so you can work from anywhere, on your own schedule.
  • Flexible form of employment.

Next steps

If you’re excited by the idea of seeing yourself in this role, please apply with your CV and a cover letter. Describe your previous work experience and qualifications. Tell us why you are a good fit and what are your motivations. You can also include links to your online profiles (like LinkedIn).

We will review all applications and reach out to selected candidates. If you have any questions regarding the job offer, requirements or recruitment process please contact, Tomasz Domino (Chief Operating Officer) at

We’d be more than happy to have you on board!

We look forward to hearing from you

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