We are looking for an experienced Localisation Manager to lead a team of translators working across multiple languages and regions around the world. In this role, you will set the strategy and define the roadmap for global localisation support including style guides, glossaries, production, vendor management, and localisation across the marketing, communications, ecosystem, growth and internal teams. You will work closely with leaders across the organisation to help define, prioritise and localise messages and content for different media.
As Localisation Manager you will:
Lead the localisation team with a focus on multiple languages/regions in the world such as Chinese, Spanish, Russian, and more.
Collaborate with teams across the organisation, manage external partners, and support the communities we serve.
Manage a portfolio of localisation initiatives spanning across various channels, regions, and audiences.
Aim for excellence and ensure quality standards are met for our localisation and internationalization efforts.
Design and implement localisation best practices across internal workflows and tools—from website CMS to content delivery.
Support global teams and leadership by identifying their localisation needs and opportunities.
Plan and manage the localisation budget and hiring.
5-7 years of experience leading a global localisation team.
A strong leader who can prioritise well, communicate clearly, and influence cross functional teams.
Expert-level knowledge of localisation tools and strategies.
Experience in working with LSPs and managing outsourcing solutions.
A strong track record of problem-solving and solid analytical skill capability to find solutions for a variety of challenges
Further Relevant Experience:
Hands-on experience with content management systems.
Strong analytical and quantitative skills; ability to use hard data and metrics to back up assumptions and evaluate outcomes.
Experience coaching and managing leaders, translation specialists, localisation engineers, and program managers within multi-layer organisations.