The Italian Linguist position will be based at our HQ in Dublin, Ireland. You will join a team of 300+ highly dedicated professionals providing world class language services and testing to the video games industry internationally. Based at our HQ in Dublin, this position is to be part of a team focusing on localizing world-renowned video games and assure a high quality standard.

  • Review translations in Italian to assure consistency and quality
  • Give feedback and collaborate effectively with Italian vendors (freelance translators, recording studios, etc.)
  • Provide detailed language quality reports on text reviewed
  • Translate content from English into Italian with high quality standards
  • Work closely with other Italian linguists to ensure translations meet the standards
  • Collaborate and communicate effectively with all members of the team to improve processes and achieve common goals
  • Assess the amount of workload to ensure timely task deliveries
  • Participate in the creation and maintenance of glossaries, terminology and style guideline
  • Ensure that the text is consistent and only correct approved terminology is used


Requirements

  • Native level of Italian.
  • Linguistics background:

o Solid experience as either freelance or in-house translator/reviewer from English to Italian is a must.

o Educational qualification in linguistics. Degree level desirable.

  • A gamer:

o Passion for the video game industry. Solid experience playing text-heavy genres (RPGs, MOBAs, RTS, TCG, Visual Novels).

  • Strong interest in fantasy literature and media, science fiction and pop culture.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills both in Italian and in English.
  • Must be self-motivated and able to operate in a dynamic and fast-paced gaming environment.
  • Strong interpersonal skills. Used to working with different cultures.
  • Working knowledge of CAT tools.
  • Direct work experience in a Localisation QA capacity an advantage.
  • Knowledge of HTML an advantage.
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