Localization Project Manager

KRAFTON, Inc. is currently seeking a talented, highly motivated, passionate, and experienced Marketing Manager to join our team. The Marketing Manager will be a key member of an unannounced project and will be responsible for helping to guide the execution of marketing plans within the Americas. The ideal candidate is a thinker and doer with outstanding communications skills, proven experience in the games industry, and a successful track record of supporting AAA products.

You will be a part of the PMO team and work closely alongside multiple teams to support existing and new gaming titles, to improve and support our publishing team’s mission and vision.  


  • Experience in localization, or equivalent project / program management in a fast-paced role with accountability for delivering projects with multiple components and multiple partners and collaborators 
  • Ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects simultaneously 
  • Experience maintaining relationships with vendors 
  • Experience working with publishing and/or development teams 
  • Basic understanding of the engineering and software development processes 
  • Comfortable working with multiple content management tools 
  • Strong track record in delivering global products, and understanding of localization challenges 
  • Strong organizational and communication skills 
  • Experience communicating across a variety of cross-functional stakeholders, working across time zones and international offices 
  • Skilled in building and optimizing complex workflows 


  • In this role, you will take a lead in making sure we provide our players with a truly localized experience across all our products and marketing efforts, respecting their values and cultures 
  • You will report to the PMO lead and work closely alongside publishing and development teams to improve and support our localization efforts 
  • Manage localization projects for campaigns and marketing content, CRM, e-mails, product and web content, coordinate localization, and QA workflow 
  • Ensure work is done within budget and that vendors adhere to their service level agreement 
  • You will facilitate communication of localization requirements, share insights, resolve any issues and ensure that we operate according to our overall localization strategy 
  • Work closely with existing teams responsible for localization tasks, tools, and practices, analyze the gaps and work on opportunities for improvement 
  • Bridge the gap between multiple teams working in the same space, take initiative to educate and align their roadmaps 
  • Coordinate the localization review workflow with internal and external resources 
  • Review, prioritize, and supervise the resolution of bugs that affect localized product content quality and functionality 
  • Manage localization budget and delivery timelines 

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