This page contains the different roles within the Localization International Marketing team path. Choose the relevant role you want to learn about. You can also enter the “Professional Path” to access the relevant skills and resources (coming soon). 🔙
Entry level. Not yet available.
Knows the product and its features well enough to identify new launches, bugs and needed changes.
Takes part in important projects such as new feature localization, identifying market needs and creating structures to meet them.
Provides localization service and attention to internal stakeholders when needed.
Solution-oriented approach when facing problems. Able to push back and challenge ideas and concepts in a positive way to maximize the impact of projects. Open for collaboration with all stakeholders in the company.
Owner and responsible for language quality throughout the entire product, constant effort to catch mistakes, inconsistencies, bugs, cheese, etc…
Can handle issues within the domain of ownership while providing needed services to stakeholders.
Self-starter for projects and initiatives. Constant quest for improvements in the product – from a localization/market-specific focus, and finding areas of opportunity.
Takes part in more advanced and complex projects and initiatives, looking for areas of opportunity to completely own.
Fully understands metrics, company and team KPI and how they connect to the team strategy.
Maintaining and growing existing relationships. Role model for team members and others in the company.
Ability to lead larger-scale projects after the opportunity was recognized. Gather the relevant resources, and sets goals, execution guidelines and timeframes.
Maintaining existing relationships and fostering new ones in light of new projects.
Influences stakeholders in the company in order to obtain and allocate the right resources to pursue all opportunities with little intervention from the team lead.
Leads and manages all aspects of the localization efforts with vendors and stakeholders while providing support to internal teams.
Leveraging insight and data to shift focus and initiate actions to affect positive business impact.
Trusted advisor throughout the company both within and outside area of focus.
Overlooks the team’s work while being connected to their work and their relationship with language specialists, product managers, developers, internal business partners, external vendors and other departments.
Strives for team’s success by mentoring and guiding to improve every member’s performance.
Develops team high-level goals, plans and workflows. Managing time, budget, resources, and quality control.
Responsible and accountable for quality, strategy, and execution on their team.
Responsible for team strategy, goals, growth and execution.
Has the ability to grow talent, constantly challenge it, and sets demanding yet reachable goals.
Ownership of budget, price quotes, and payment to vendors (easy translate).
Leads project meetings, including project kick-off meetings, weekly and ad-hoc, issue solves and performs post-mortems.