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Localization project coordinator on multiple mobile games, mainly focused on localizing Asian languages to English and English to Asian languages
What You Will Do:
Regularly check progresses, schedule, and deliverables from the external vendors
Manage overall project cost under the approved budget
Work closely with the mobile team in a daily basis to share progress, provide localization input, and feedback upon request
Work with internal localization team and LQA to secure the localization quality in each language
Manage bug report and make sure all issues are solved in-time
Assist Localization Manager’s job in various ways
Skills and Experience:
Fluent in English/Japanese to communicate with locals, both verbally and written
Experience in Localization project management from Asian languages to English and European languages, ideally on mobile games or games that runs long term operations.
Experience in vendor management
Basic knowledge of the industry standard localization management tools
Able to manage AAA title(or equivalent in size) on their own
Take leadership in communicating with vendor and loc assistant
Play an active role in problem solving
Actively shares the knowledge to the other team members
Have full understanding of the workflow of game localization
Able to communicate well with other departments in furtherance of a shared goal
Familiar with mobile games in Asia
Familiar with Microsoft office
Keys to success in this role:
Being able to think and work independently, while also collaborating with multiple internal stakeholders
Proactive to try new things, or always give suggestions for improvement
Communication skill to explain your thoughts in the most logical way
Strong passion for the mobile games
Cross-department negotiation skill
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