Video game testers jp

THE PERSON WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR

  • Testing and evaluating the linguistic quality of video games (linguistic testing)
  • Creating bug reports
  • Proposing solutions to linguistic issues

ARABIC CHINESE GERMAN FRENCH ITALIAN SPANISH

VIDEO GAMES TESTERS

 

Workplace: Warsaw, Poland
Reference Number: QAL

 

THE PERSON WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR

  • Testing and evaluating the linguistic quality of video games (linguistic testing)
  • Creating bug reports
  • Proposing solutions to linguistic issues

 

EXPECTED SKILLS

  • Fluent English
  • Experience in PC or console games
  • Extensive knowledge of grammar, orthography and stylistics (linguistic testing) of their mother tongue
  • Strong communication skills
  • An eye for detail
  • Ability to work in a team and under time pressure
  • Proficiency in MS Office
  • Secondary or higher education

 

ADDITIONAL ASSETS

  • A degree in linguistics
  • General knowledge of gaming industry
  • Experience on PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 or Xbox One
  • Experience on a similar position would be an advantage

 

WE OFFER

  • Basic & advanced training, as well as the ability for newcomers to develop their skills in the video game localization industry
  • A young, dynamic, and diversified international working environment
  • Possibility to work with the latest technologies used in the video game industry
  • Interesting job in a young and diverse team
  • Contact with the newest digital entertainment technologies

 

Anything else? Sure, fresh fruits delivery and work-life-balance 🙂

 

The position will be based in our office in Warsaw, Poland.  Should you be interested and meet our requirements, please send us an e-mail with your CV and a cover letter to careers@q-loc.com. Please include your name, surname and “QAL” reference code in the e-mail Subject field. Please include the following statement:

“I hereby authorize QLOC S.A. to process my personal data included in my job application for the needs of the recruitment process (in accordance with the Personal Data Protection Act 29.08.1997 no 133 position 883).”