We are currently looking for German-speaking candidates to fill the position of Language Analyst in Cork, Ireland. You will work for a global IT company that delivers tailored, high-quality language and IT solutions to customers around the world.
- Relocation package: airfare paid and one month's rent paid
- Development and career opportunities in the company
- International colleagues
You will work with various projects, where your role will be to act as a German language expert so that apps and programs are as user-friendly as possible.
- Make use of language technology (NLP), where you ensure that the German language content is comprehensible and grammatically correct.
- Communicates across several departments in the organization.
- With a focus on linguistic, you will perform analyzes and evaluate user-based data, where you improve and adjust the linguistic content.
- Work with localization, where you, among other things. researching whether city names and other information are in the right places.
- You will collaborate with the development department, where your considerations and feedback will be communicated to developers.
- Education in IT, linguistics or other relevant experience.
- German and English at a professional level.
- You have strong communication skills in both writing and speaking.
- You have a technically oriented profile.
- You can work interdisciplinary and thrive in a changing work environment.
About the company, The company is 22 years old and has offices in Cork in Ireland and Barcelona in Spain. The company is in rapid development, and it has approximately 520 employees, of which come from 50 different countries. The position opens up many developments and career opportunities, as in the long term you will have the opportunity to work with areas that you find exciting.
If you are interested in the position or just want to know more about the position, please feel free to contact our recruitment consultant.
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