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Japanese-speaking Localisation Tester

A world famous video games company is currently looking for a Japanese-speaking localisation tester for its Lincoln office.

You should be...
- a native Japanese speaker who is able to read and write in Japanese as well as being fluent in English
- a video gamer who is familiar with various genres and platforms such as PS, Xbox, Nintendo and PC
- a person who can write reports in good and clear English
- a person who can meet deadlines, work accurately and possess strong IT skills

The responsibility for this role is to ensure games, before they are released to the general public, are accurate in their content (e.g. in-game words are correct for spelling, punctuation and grammar, any spatial or contextual issues, etc).

This is an exciting permanent opportunity beginning immediately. If you are currently available and have the required skillset please send your CV in MS WORD format.

Thank you for your interest in Euro London Appointments. Please be advised CV's will be treated in the strictest of confidence and that your application will not be forwarded without your permission. We aim to respond promptly to your application however, due to the high level of CV's we receive we are only able to respond to applicants whose profile matches our Clients requirements. For more jobs please visit our website at www.eurolondon.com.



Kenny Tsang

Team: Translation Division

I specialise in: Translation & Interpreting

Languages: Cantonese & English

I’ve been at Euro London since: October 2016

About me: My background is in sales and management. I have provided translation and interpreting for colleagues, friends and family. I am intrigued by the intricacies of different languages and I like to read Japanese literature.

If I were a famous person, I would be: Sigmund Freud because I am fascinated by the many facets of the human mind.

Fun fact: I appeared in a few advertisements as a child growing up in Hong Kong! 


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