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  • Serves as first point of contact for project intake, triaging requests based on established priority guidelines and resource availability.

  • Partners with project stakeholders to ensure requests contain all relevant information prior to being assigned.

  • Coordinates the communication pipeline for multimedia asset approval with Japanese-speaking teams at Nintendo Company, Ltd (NCL) via JIRA, email, and/or MS Teams.

  • Supports A/V producers in filtering communication, connecting resources to find solutions, and keeping production team on track with key milestones.

  • Organizes feedback on deliverables from stakeholders for production team; ensures all relevant approvals have been provided before asset release.

  • Transcodes existing video files for final delivery based on client specifications, as needed.

  • Facilitates file transfers with NCL, Nintendo of Europe (NOE), Engineering, Product Testing, remote offices, and marketing agencies.

  • May provide additional support to Operations Team by updating process documentation, assisting with game footage capture, and/or other administrative duties.


  • One to three years related experience.

  • Five or more years of experience translating (J/E and E/J).

  • Strong organizational skills with a mindful attention to detail.

  • Project intake & coordination experience with a proven understanding of the audio/video production pipeline; experience in video post-production or creative agency preferred.

  • Excellent organizational, written and verbal business communication skills in Japanese and English.

  • Basic experience with non-linear audio/video editing programs and graphic design programs preferred (Adobe Premiere, Adobe Photoshop, etc.)

  • Familiarity with both Windows and macOS X equipment, software, and terminology.

  • Knowledge of video games and industry helpful

  • Bachelor’s degree strongly preferred or equivalent experience