Translator English (UK) – Japanese

Our CT team, located in Dublin is looking for experienced in-house translators


– Native level language skills in English plus fluency in Japanese

– Degree in localisation, translation or other language related studies preferred

– Previous translation experience, from the Japanese language into the English language, is essential, preferably in the videogame and multimedia entertainment or different technical fields.

– Professional experience in a Japanese company preferred

– Computer literacy (Microsoft Office knowledge essential); very good command of excel

– You should enjoy playing videogames and be familiar with their specific language needs, as this will be a major part of your daily work

– And you must feel comfortable working in an international environment, being a flexible and committed team-player, who is responsible, self-motivated and innovative

– Experience with CAT tools (Trados, etc.) desirable


– Working on translation and proofreading of in-game content

– You should be ready to meet the needs of stakeholders, cooperate with other teams and individuals to maximize efficiency and synergies.

– Working around project-specific limitations in order to achieve a high quality translation that would result in a better user experience, ease-of-use of the localised products and clear, concise and good understanding of game text and/or platform-specific messages.


Oliver Corbett, Senior Recruitment Consultant, Cpl Language Jobs

01 6146088, 

Cpl Resources plc, 83 Merrion Square, Dublin 2, Ireland.

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