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Tue Mar 9 2004

Jobs: Localization Specialist: Tester, Volt

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Message 1: Localization Specialist: Tester, Volt Computer Services

Date: Fri, 5 Mar 2004 19:14:08 -0500 (EST)
From: v-ands <v-andsmicrosoft.com>
Subject: Localization Specialist: Tester, Volt Computer Services



University or Organization: Volt Computer Services
Department: Redmond
Rank of Job: Tester
Specialty Areas: Software Localization Testing
Required Language(s): English (Code = ENG)


Description:

Senior Software Localization Tester needed urgently to work in
Seattle, Washington

One of our clients requires a Senior Software Localization Tester to
work with them on the national launching of their (until now) local
Travel web site. This company provides a service to businesses that
require travel arrangements for their staff. They have been quite
successful and are now launching their product on a nation-wide basis.

They have a team of developers and testers but they are in URGENT need
of a Senior Localization Tester to come in and help them with their UK
pages. This is a contract position that will last until the end of the
year.

The requirements are very simple, but not negotiable:

* Native UK language skills
* 3 years of software testing
* Localization experience

Pay will be around $23-24 per hour. Starts immediately in Seattle,
Washington.

A n d r e a ( B u r d m a n ) S c h w a r t z 
volt senior technical recruiter | quadrant willows redmond 
v-andsmicrosoft.com | 800 253 9605 xtn 1350 

	

Address for Applications:

	Attn: Ms Andrea Schwartz
	11261 Willows Road NE
	Redmond, WA 98052
	United States of America 	

	Applications are due by 19-Mar-2004 

Contact Information:
	Andrea Schwartz
	Email: v-andsmicrosoft.com
	Tel: 800 253 9605 xtn 1350
	Website: http://www.volt.com

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