Internship in Localization Management - English (m/f)
Games Jobs - QA / Localisation - Germany
|Job Title||Internship in Localization Management - English (m/f)|
|Job Description||Goodgame Studios is Europe’s fastest growing gaming company and one of Germany’s most successful technology businesses. With more than 700 employees at our headquarters in Hamburg we develop innovative online games which are played by more than 180 million players in 25 languages across more than 200 countries. Our talented, motivated team of experts and newcomers forms the basis of our success. Become a part of the success story and apply now!
The position is subject to an employment contract. We kindly request that freelancers and companies who would like to offer us their services do not respond to this advertisement.
As an intern in localization management for English you will help us coordinate the localization of our online games and will work with a range of departments and external service providers. In addition you will be tasked with translating a range of texts from German into English.
Hamburg is one of the most beautiful cities in the world and provides a fantastic range of leisure activities as well as a great nightlife. A maritime atmosphere and its Hanseatic cosmopolitan flair enable an especially high quality of life – and safety. We will make relocating simple, help you find a flat, offer you a German course, and make it easy for you to get to know your new home town.
Please send your application (cover letter, CV and references) as a single PDF file with the keyword “Internship- Localization Management English” to Lena Boge, <a href="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org">email@example.com
</a>Please also let us know how you found out about the position. Learn more at www.goodgame-jobs.com Goodgame StudiosTheodorstraße 42-90, Haus 922761 Hamburg
|Job Category||QA / Localisation|
|Recruiter||This job is advertised on behalf of Goodgame Studios using their internal reference .|
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