May 13, 2019
Cupertino, California

Video Localization Lead/Producer (Ref#: 9189301)
12 Months Contract
Cupertino, CA

Job Description
Videos Localization Producer
As a Videos Localization Producer, you will lead localization projects catering to Movies and TV shows on all platforms, collaborate with vendor resources locally an internationally, work independently with engineers, EPM’s and producers, as well as perform in-context QA of I user interface elements. The role is in our Cupertino headquarters.

Key Qualifications
 3-5 years experience in a localization QA and Project Management
 You have exceptional cross-functional, verbal, and written communication skills
 You have excellent organizational skills and attention to detail with an ability to see the big picture and accept a level of ambiguity
 You have experience in international marketing, editorial or localization
 Proven ability to manage weekly, sometimes daily deadlines and work effectively with various teams across multiple time zones
 You are familiar with different videos platform ecosystems
 You have worked with Content Management Systems and you are eager to learn how to use new tools
 You have broad and up-to-date knowledge of worldwide culture norms, current events and pop culture
 You have a real passion for movies and tv shows, including streaming, downloading and viewing
 You have an understanding of software development cycles
 You are results-oriented, upbeat, positive and maintain these traits through strict deadlines and hi-paced environments
 You are proficient in another language besides English
 Background working with movies, tv shows, video content, and video content providers are a plus

 Cross-functional coordination with key partners to ensure the tools and process needs of the documentation engineering team are communicated
 Bug tracking, troubleshooting and resolution
 Overseeing prioritization, creation, and maintenance of QA plans
 Communicating risks and priorities in order to deliver on time and high quality localized documentation
 Communicating project status to stakeholders
 Identifying and managing schedule risks
 Identifying gaps or inefficiencies in tool and process within and between teams and drive improvements

Bachelors degree or equivalent with experience in video content, localization QA, and project management.