Working as a member of the Lotcheck translation team supporting internal and external communication, concerning the 1st, 2nd and 3rd party submissions of games to be tested by Nintendo Lotcheck
Professionally translating in both directions between Japanese and English, including (but not limited to):
Translation of internal communication in forums and emails, as well as various documents (Workflows, presentations, meeting minutes, etc.)
Live interpretation during meetings and video conferences
Participating in translation-related internal communication and assisting in reviewing translation related systems and workflows to improve overall translation process and quality
A relevant degree in translation and/or several years of equivalent professional experience as a translator
High level of proficiency in written and spoken Japanese and English
Strong writing and verbal communication skills
Curiosity and a willingness to keep learning
Good knowledge of PC and MS Office
Experience in using memoQ or other Computerassisted translation tools would be a plus
German language skills would be a plus
Strong IT/gaming affinity
Open minded, logical and pro-active approach to work
Are you interested? We look forward to receiving your application, including your earliest possible starting date and salary expectation.
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