The Spanish Localization QA Tester will analyze in-game texts to validate grammar, syntax, spelling and proper location on a variety of different platforms to ensure compliance with all console and handheld manufacturers localized official terminologies. In addition, he/she will also review and perform exhaustive Spanish language tests to ensure text and audio respect the cultural aspects of a game’s local edition remains in context and is consistent throughout.
The Spanish Localization QA Tester is responsible for testing, identifying, recording and suggesting fixes to potential bugs in video and computer games relating to language, implementation, user interface (UI) and compliance issues.
Please note: Some projects require testers to work in office. In order to be eligible for all temporarily remote projects, you must be located in Dublin or surrounding areas as specific equipment will be delivered to new employees.
Verify linguistic accuracy in the Spanish version of the in-game text and check for typographical, grammatical and punctuation errors.
Verify cosmetic integrity of in-game text and ensure that all text is correctly displayed.
Verify the contextual consistency of in-game text.
Assess cultural appropriateness and check politically sensitive content.
Verify the correct implementation of the localized text.
Ensure that the correct approved terminology is used throughout the game.
Verify the correct functionality, within the localized version of the game.
Verify testing results across all languages in test.
Maintain high level of focus throughout the project.
Identify, isolate, and document bugs clearly and concisely in a bug database.
Run test-cases and checklists.
Follow the documented processes at all stages of the testing process.
Verify that bugs have been fixed and implemented correctly.
File review/Correcting files: Proof-read and correct translations.
Ensure that quality, accuracy and consistency is maintained throughout files/game/manual.
Translation work: Occasionally provide Spanish in-house translations.
Attend meetings with testing team, team lead and other interested parties, on a regular basis.
Communicate through the appropriate channels.
Provide daily status reports about the status of the project testing.
Support lead by taking ownership of side tasks, such as daily report, bug vetting, coaching of new team members.
Excellent spelling and grammar in Spanish language.
Outstanding attention to detail.
Must be motivated and able to remain focused until project completion.
Reliable and punctual.
Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills in both English and Spanish.
The ability to write accurate, unambiguous and concise documentation in English and Spanish.
Good PC knowledge and proficient knowledge of MS Office products is essential.
Must be a team worker.
Experience of Software Localization as a QA Tester is a definite advantage.
University Degree, equivalent qualification and/or relevant experience in related field an advantage.
Competent games player.
Basic understanding of the development cycle and constraints.
Flexible towards responsibilities and working hours.
Ability to cope under pressure and to work to tight deadlines.
This is a project-based, flexible contract. Project dates and duration are determined and controlled by our clients.
€12.12 per hour (overtime is 1.5 x €12.12)
Potential for growth with internal permanent openings
Please note that due to a high volume of applications we can only respond to suitable candidates.
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