Experience Level Mid-Senior level
- Support other project managers in day to day ask and activities related to translation and localization
- Project management on some localization and translation related projects for Commerce in the Cloud and Commerce Web Experiences.
- Support product squads defining and adopting internationalization and localization best practices, like use of CLDR libraries and use of pseudo-localization to prevent localization issues.
- Coordination of LQA activities, including testing, validation, creation of videos for review.
- Geo feedback implementation in content management systems.
- Various translated and localized collateral, quality evaluation results.
- Consulting reports.
- Managing JIRA tickets with translation requests.
- Updating TMs and other collateral with new strings as needed.
- Experienced – You have a minimum of 3 years of experience directly related to project management (agile methodology, preferably in the localization industry)
- Good communicator in written and spoken English – you are able to clearly present the localization life-cycle to clients
- Able to successfully lead projects or individual tasks to completion without supervision
- Able to meet deadlines and work under pressure
- Able and equipped with necessary skills to attend discovery meetings clients and gather all necessary information that is needed to successfully complete the project
- A born leader – you have strong organizational and leadership skills
- Problem-solver – you are able to foresee potential problems ahead of time. You can figure out problems that rarely have textbook solutions. “Let me figure this out” is a sentence you use often.
- Focused on quality work – you pay attention to details and can’t stand sloppy work
- Able to navigate in ambiguous environments
- A strong team player in a multi-language/multi-cultural environment
- Interested in continuing learning and identifying new technologies and new tools
- Knowledge of translation tools (Trados, SDLX) preferred
- Able to focus on process improvements by documenting best practice
- Open to receiving feedback — you focus on solutions and improvements rather than finding excuses why something doesn’t work
- Positive — you have a “nothing is impossible attitude”. You believe that everything can be done
- Self-starter — you see a clear link between your actions and their outcomes. You don’t sit around and wait for others to tell you what to do
- Clever and fast — you understand things quickly and are not confused about simple things
- Resourceful — you have a head with plenty of good ideas.