Blizzard Jobs – Associate Manager Community Development
Blizzard Entertainment posted a new job opening for an Associate Manager, Community Development position.
|Associate Manager, Community Development
Blizzard Entertainment is seeking a highly motivated, organized, and proactive associate community manager to help lead community projects across all of our franchises through creative use of social media platforms, trends, and Blizzard Entertainment’s current communication platforms, including our newly recreated Battle.net system.
This individual will be a forward thinker capable of taking projects from start to finish and have strong communication skills both for internal and external situations (including international). Additionally, the associate manager will be a part of a larger team, able to play both the role as a leader and team member according to needs. This individual will have a strong desire to work consistently in supporting and evolving the way Blizzard Entertainment’s community grows and expands.
The ideal candidate will be well versed in the latest social media, gaming, and marketing trends. He or she will have a strong understanding in which these trends are headed and be able to use this knowledge to improve effectiveness of future and current community projects. Furthermore, this individual will be able to quantify results and achievements of projects through tangible metrics measuring engagement, influence, and make appropriate adaptations to hit striving goals. Lastly, this person will be highly motivated, conscientious, and detail-oriented, with excellent communication skills.
* Manage community projects.
* Previous experience working in community management, online marketing, and/or consulting
* Strong PowerPoint creation skills
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