|Position:||Danish Localisation Tester|
|Employer:||OPM Recruitment Ltd|
|Location:||UK - North West|
|Date posted:||Thursday, March 7th 2013|
Excellent opportunity for a Danish Localisation Tester to work for an Industry powerhouse. This is a chance not to be missed.
Reporting to the Localisation Lead Tester and the Localisation Testing Supervisor the principle purpose of job is to provide Quality Assurance of assigned software products throughout QA test phase
Main Duties and responsibilities:
• Localisation testing
? Test software once localised text has been implemented in-game.
? Report all language bugs found during beta phase in a clear, concise and effective manner via the QA language database.
• File review/Correcting files
? Proof-read and correct translations provided by external companies for software product.
? Ensure that quality, accuracy and consistency is maintained throughout files/game/manual.
• Translation work
? Occasionally provide in-house translations
? Assist occasionally in the translation work for the packaging text for console and peripherals
• Good command of the English language, both orally and written
• Team orientated
• Detail conscious
• Flexible towards responsibilities and working hours
• Ability to cope under pressure and to work to tight deadlines
Skills, knowledge and experience:
• Competent games player
• Fluency (written and spoken) in one or more European languages
• Good knowledge of computer games across multiple platforms
• Working knowledge of MS Word and Excel
• Basic understanding of the development cycle and constraints.
This is an excellent opportunity to work for a fantastic client.
To apply please send a copy of your CV in Word format to email@example.com
Natalie Whiting | QA & Localization Consultant
OPM Response Ltd
Direct Line: + 44 (0) 1206 214415 |
Email: Natalie@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.