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Job Opportunity: Portuguese UX Writer and Specialist for Product Localization

 
Date   Dec 08
 
Listing No.   IE262383
 
Sector   Technical/Content/Copy Writing & Marcom
 
Region   Center
 
City/Yishuv   Tel Aviv
 
Language(s)   Portuguese
 
 
Portuguese UX Writer and Specialist for Product Localization
 
You are:

A native Portuguese speaker with professional writing experience, including technical or product writing, media, advertising, or marketing. You have the flexibility to handle multiple projects in a deadline-driven environment, and are highly motivated. You love to learn and develop your skills.

You have the mind to understand product decisions, and are committed to assisting in the creation of fully localized products. You’re passionate about product localization and have a keen sense of curiosity when it comes to learning about the technical backend of making products look and sound perfect everywhere.

As a Portuguese UX Writer & Specialist for Product Localization, you will:

Localize text from English to Portuguese in the company tone and voice.
Understand how to apply the essence of the company language.
Manage the localization of products in Portuguese.
Be a localization expert which includes understanding best practices for product localization.
Join an expert team for your target market.
Collaborate with other product managers, developers, and other stakeholders across the company internal stakeholders.
Juggle multiple projects at once, while prioritizing your tasks and meeting tight deadlines.
Check that all text achieves the company's communication objectives and brand alignment.
 
 
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