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Austin Base Salary Range: 56,000 - 72,000 USD per year
As an Associate Localization Project Manager you’re responsible for ensuring the success of Indeed’s presence worldwide. You will have the opportunity to learn how to influence the internationalization and globalization strategy of a multinational company, and help develop our localization model to produce high impact results while shortening localization time-to-market. In this role, you will also learn how to present your ideas using a data-first approach. This position is a great opportunity for linguists and translators to switch careers, or for those on the provider side of the industry to join the client side.
What you will do
Manage localization projects from beginning to end, collaborating closely with internal teams and external vendors
Support internal teams and vendors in investigating and resolving concerns about translation quality
Educate stakeholders and collaborators in Product Management, UX, Quality Assurance, Engineering, and International on best practices for global success
Identify localization issues and solve them by mediating disagreements and developing corrective and preventive action plans
Lead the linguistic review and functional testing of all localized content, bridging the gap between requestors and translators to guarantee optimal translation, localisation (see what I did there?), transcreation and adaptation of our mission to help people get jobs in every language, in every country
Detect and report bugs in our products, track their resolution, and assist in debugging, troubleshooting and reproducing errors on the site
You’re someone who is tech savvy, loves foreign languages, and thrives in a cross-functional environment that includes people from all over the world. You enjoy working as part of a team, are passionate about delivering the highest quality product possible, and do not shy away when it comes to advocating for solutions and sharing ideas for improvement.
have excellent verbal and written communication skills
be familiar with foreign cultures and languages (multilingual or a polyglot)
be detail oriented and can deliver projects with different deadlines to multiple stakeholders and teams with differing incentives
be a self-motivated worker who excels at defining their own work
be inquisitive and eager to learn in a dynamic and fast-paced environment
use strong quantitative, analytical and critical thinking skills to recognize patterns and creative solutions
be willing to take on new commitments and adapt to frequently changing requirements
have experience with LSPs, translation, localization, QA, project or program management (major plus)
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