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Hi

Is it OK: He is looking for an employer who can provide him with an interesting and developing job and will allow him to gain more experience. He likes doing translations and it gives him a lot of satisfaction. He is always very responsible for his job.

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Hi Newguest. "He is always very responsible for his job," is off-topic - that is, only remotely related. (You're speaking about the type of work he wants.) Also, it would be more natural as, "He always shows great responsibility toward his job," or "He is always very responsible in his work."

It's not clear if he wants the employer, or the job, to allow him to gain more experience. It sounds to me like the former, but I suspect you mean the latter. If I'm right, you should say, "which will allow him to gain more experience," not "and will allow . . .

The expression, "developing job" is uncommon, and I don't think it conveys a clear meaning, although I believe I understand what you mean. I'd suggest spending a few more words on it, possibly a separate clause.

- A.
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Thank you very much Avangi!!!