Company Description

RIDI, a market leader in the Korean digital content space, is quickly establishing itself as a key player among the global content providers. In November 2020, RIDI successfully launched Manta, a global subscription-based webcomics service, offering readers around the world the most delightful and accessible experience to enjoy diverse webcomics. Today Manta is a 3 million users’ favorite app and continues to reach fans in every corner of the world.

Team Description

The Localization team is responsible for localizing content so that all our readers across the globe can enjoy our webcomics. Our work is not just about translation; it is about delivering the same experience, nuance, and fun that local readers are able to enjoy in their native language. Our editors, designers, and project managers work closely with one another to achieve this goal.

Job Description

As a Localization Project Manager, you will work cross-functionally with various stakeholders to manage projects through the entire localization process from the receipt of materials to the delivery of content to Manta’s readers.

The ideal candidate is a highly motivated individual who works comfortably with others, proactively manages priorities and projects, and has the right mix of organizational and communication skills.


  • Oversee projects through the material preparation, scheduling, localization process, publishing, and follow-up stages
  • Communicate with external vendors, freelancers, and in-house teams to produce localized content with the help of various creative contributors
  • Train newly onboarded vendors and freelancers on our processes and standards
  • Collaborate closely with internal team members on specific projects while working towards the overall goals of the team and company
  • Partner with other project managers to develop and improve workflow management, process guidelines, and internal standards and policies


  • At least 2 year of experience in project management or content localization
  • Business-level proficiency in both spoken/written English and Korean
  • Ability to build strong relationships with both internal and external stakeholders
  • Knowledge and interest in media content and localization business
  • Organizational, planning, and management skills for small and large-scale projects
  • Excellent communication skills to coordinate between company peers, vendors, and freelancers

Preferred Qualifications

  • More than 1 year of operation experience in Localization/Post-Production/Media environment
  • Proficiency in Latin Spanish, French, German or Japanese
  • Experience managing freelancers or communicating with external vendors

Additional Information

Required Application Material

  • Resume

※ Please include the following information in your resume. 
1. Required:

- Personal information: name, date of birth, email, mobile phone number
- Academic background: school name, major, graduation status
- (If applicable) Military service details
- (If applicable) Career details: start and end dates of each job, type of employment, reason for leaving each job  
- Foreign language skills and global experience
2. Optional:
- Explanation of career and academic gaps
※We strongly recommend submitting all documents in PDF. 
Screening Process
- Application Review > Interviews > Offer
*It may take up to 4 weeks for the result of each stage to be communicated. This schedule is flexible, and if there is a delay in the hiring process, we will notify promptly. 
*During the application review process, an assignment stage may be added.
*A phone screening call with HR may be added.

Probation Period
- A 3-month probation period will be applied to all new hires. Depending on the performance review results, the probation period may be extended or the employment may be canceled. 

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Application Document Return Procedure 
In accordance with Article 11 of the Fair Recruitment Procedure Act (Recruitment Procedure Act), below is the procedure of returning application materials. 

- In accordance with Article 11, Paragraph 1 of the Recruitment Procedure Act, applicants who did not receive employment offers may request the return of their application documents.

  However, this is not the case if the application documents are submitted via website or email in accordance with the proviso to Article 11, Paragraph 1 of the Recruitment Procedure Act, or if they are submitted voluntarily without RIDI’s request. If a document is lost by natural disasters or any reasons that were not the fault of RIDI’s, it is considered that the returning obligation has been fulfilled. 

- Applicants who wish to request the return of application documents must submit the Return of Application Documents Form via email. In accordance with Article 2, Paragraph 1 of the Recruitment Procedure Act, RIDI will return the documents by mail within 14 days from the receipt of the Form. Please be advised that the costs incurred are to be borne by the claimant. 
   * Email: ******@*******.*** (please indicate [Return of Application Documents Form] in the subject)
   * [Return of Application Documents Form]:

- Unless there is a request for destruction or return, RIDI retains the application documents for 5 years from the date of the final hiring decision is made, and then destroys the documents without delay in accordance with the Personal Information Protection Act. 

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