OPM’s client is one of the UK’s leading independent online games studios. They are looking for an exceptional, passionate and creative Brazilian Translation Team Leader to join their Localisation Team.
You would be working to oversee the quality of Brazilian translations, manage projects and maintain strict schedules as well as working closely with the Localisation Manager to help improving the current processes, recommend new tools, plan the localization of our new games and liaise with the development teams to make sure the localization runs smoothly.
This is an exciting opportunity for a candidate with ambition and initiative to join a fast paced, rapidly expanding online games company based in Cambridge and help achieve ambitious goals for 2014 and beyond.
Key Duties Include:
?Managing the Brazilian translation team, monitoring team’s productivity and translation quality
?Providing strong leadership, managing team members’ motivation and tracking professional development progress
?Assigning tasks, maintaining schedules and managing allocated projects
?Responding quickly to changes in priorities and respecting deadlines
?Reporting to Localisation Manager in clear manner
?Providing linguistic guidance and support to team members and the company
?Communicating clearly and concisely in both English and a native language
?Outstanding Brazilian Portuguese and English written/spoken skills
?Excellent Project Management skills
?Excellent knowledge of the games industry
?Previous Translation experience
?Experience in or good understanding of Localisation QA
?Ability to adapt quickly to changes in priorities
Previous Management Experience
To apply please send a copy of your CV in Word format to email@example.com
Paige Hornabrook | QA & Localization Consultant
OPM Response Ltd
Direct Line: + 44 (0) 1206 214417 |
Email: Paige@opmjobs.com |
The salary bracket is approximate and is no guarantee of the income on offer. Salary and benefits will be discussed with candidates at interview with the company and are individually negotiated by OPM.