Are you a native Thai speaker with interest in gaming?
Do you want to play the latest PlayStation, Xbox and PC games before anyone else?
If so, a friendly and diverse company is seeking a passionate and committed Thai speaker to join its team in Glasgow. The right candidate will be paid hourly at £8.72 and will be able to work from home or remotely.
This exciting company needs a talented translator who is fluent in Thai and English. You'll need to ensure that the text and speech in the game you are testing has been correctly localised, both in terms of spelling and grammar and also from a cultural standpoint.
Your primary QA Language Tester tasks will include:
Testing games for any language errors and suggesting fixes
Making sure games are fully localised and adhere to any cultural differences
Writing reports on bugs and other issues you find
Ad hoc translation throughout the project
Ensure diversity is represented
What we're looking for:
To be successful for this role, you must have fluency in Thai and English as well as a cultural understanding of the language and the nuances. The job requires someone with an excellent eye for detail and the ability to work quickly and without error. You may be working on repetitive tasks due to the nature of how testing works, so it's crucial that you can be self-motivated and proactive in your role. Having a general knowledge of the gaming landscape is a big plus, although not essential. Due to the current restrictions of COVID-19, the role would initially be done remotely. With that in mind, we would need any candidate to have a suitable home set up - broadband, computer, microphone, speakers and a quiet work environment.
In return, you will be joining a fun and diverse team where you will get to experience new video games months before their release. Interested? Apply today or call Sinead Quinn in the Glasgow Office for further information.
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