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Full-Time Language Specialist job at Netflix (FR, TK, RU, DE, DA) October 24, 2011

Posted by Jill (@bonnjill) in Translation.
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Wow, I wish I were a native speaker of German. This job sounds awesome!

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Join the team responsible for localization at Netflix. We are looking for experienced linguists with the ability to translate and customize marketing, UI and content materials for the target market.

We are looking for highly motivated individuals with the right mix of technical, organizational and communication skills to provide localization for the Netflix experience in the following languages:

French, Turkish, Russian, German, Danish

Native fluency, localization experience and creative writing in one or more of the above languages is essential. Knowledge or prior experience in the film/entertainment industry is definitely a plus.

Specific responsibilities will include:

-Ownership of linguistic quality
-Creating and maintaining glossaries and style guides
-Working with CAT tools, approving translations and maintaining memories
-Working with external vendors
-Representing linguistic and cultural nuances in cross-functional meetings
-Hands-on translation and editing tasks
-Planning and executing linguistic QA tasks on multiple devices and platforms
-Originating, monitoring and resolving linguistic bugs as necessary

Required Experience/Skills:
-Degree in Applied Linguistics, Translation and/or equivalent experience
-Native fluency in one of the languages mentioned above
-Knowledge of the movie/entertainment industry in the specific locale
-Mac and PC proficient
-Experience with translation & terminology tools
-Basic knowledge of Content Management Systems and web localization tools

To apply, email your resume to linguists@netflix.com.

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Comments»

1. Maxim - October 25, 2011

Is it a freelance or an in-house position?

Jill (@bonnjill) - October 25, 2011

No clue. You’ll have to write them and ask. I would assume in-house.

2. dondu1946Dondu N. Raghavan - October 25, 2011

And how about the pay compensation package?

Regards,
Dondu N. Raghavan

Jill (@bonnjill) - October 25, 2011

Again, I know what I’ve written here and nothing else. It was forwarded to a Kent State alumni listserv.

3. Dondu N. Raghavan - October 25, 2011

There you are. If it turns out that for a job of such wonderful specifications the pay is ridiculusly low (lower than that of a cobbler), then the offer will no longer be awesome.

Regards,
Dondu N. Raghavan

Jill (@bonnjill) - October 28, 2011

Well, one won’t know what they pay unless someone writes and ask them. I’d rather know for sure before speculating and getting all up in arms about it.


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