#174958

Programme Manager Video Games

Ville:
LONDON- remote for now
Conditions:
Temporary
Rémunération:
£122k plus bonuses
Date de début:
20/12/2021
Publié par:
Nikita Vyas
Date d'entrée en poste:
11/26/2021

Description du poste:

Aquent is helping one of the biggest names in tech company find a Gaming Programme Manager to join their collaborative team, and the role comes with an interesting day to day , positive workplace culture and great work-life balance.

 

In this Gaming Programme Manager role, you will partner effectively with cross-functional content stakeholders to help deliver gaming vision through impactful game evaluation analysis and managing game developer programmes.

 

Your key responsibilities in this flexible role will include:

  • Managing game developer programs

  • Writing detailed game evaluation analysis

  • Enabling the partnerships stakeholder team to forecast title success,

  • Ensuring game quality guidelines are followed

  • Analysing payment yields and monetisation flows

 

To succeed in this Gaming Programme Manager it is essential that you have a gaming background together with great communication skills. It would also be advantageous if you had an additional language (in particular Mandarin, Korean, or a European language).

 

If this Gaming Programmer opportunity excites and motivates you or to find out more, please contact Aquent today. We look forward to hearing from you.

 

Description du client:

Our Client is the largest social media company in the world. They have substantial B2B and B2C advertising and media platforms, as well as a nonprofit initiative. With the mission of bringing people together, they now boast over 2 billion users, and are rapidly developing as they influence the world around us.

 

Aquent is dedicated to improving inclusivity & is proudly an equal opportunities employer. We encourage applications from under-represented groups & are committed to providing support to applicants with disabilities. We aim to provide reasonable accommodation for any part of the employment process, to those with a medical condition, disability or neurodivergence.