We are hiring a Localization Project Manager (M/F)!

Ciklopea 3 years ago 3 min read

Ciklopea is offering a permanent position of Localization Project Manager.

Your tasks:

  • Organizing complex translation and localization projects, priority management, financial aspects and other resources;
  • Preparation and management of project documentation and translation quality control;
  • Building and maintaining professional relations with clients and vendors;
  • Day-to-day work in specialized professional software.

Your profile:

  • C1 level in German or English (required);
  • Language proficiency;
  • Administrative and data entry experience;
  • Excellent computer literacy (MS Office package);
  • Work experience in similar corporate environment;
  • Preferred: familiarity with CAT tools;
  • Education and experience in an international environment;
  • Work at the similar position in the language/IT sector of at least one year;
  • Minimum professional experience of 3 years;
  • Preffered: University degree in linguistics.

Your traits and skills:

  • Positive professional attitude;
  • Dedication, credibility and loyalty;
  • Excellent organizational skills and deadline respect;
  • Proactivity, leadership and team work;
  • Professional independence and responsibility;
  • Efficient problem solving skills;
  • Good challenge solving skills and multitasking.

We offer:

  • An opportunity for work in a dynamic and international environment, team spirit;
  • An opportunity to work in foreign languages with interesting clients on the global market;
  • An opportunity for professional success and career development;
  • Professional development and excellence stimulation;
  • Stimulative pay;
  • Continuous education, growth and development.

Employment type: Contract/permanent

Please send your CV to hr[at]ciklopea.com

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