【職務内容】

1.弊社タイトルのプロモーション・マーケティング等における戦略の企画・立案・実行をご担当頂きます:
■ デジタルプロモーション戦略の企画・実行
■ 交通広告、TVCMの企画・発注・進行管理
■ インフルエンサー施策の企画・運用
■ オンラインオフライン問わずのキャンペーン及びイベント企画・実行
■ IP提携
■ 異業種コラボ
■プロモーションクリエイティブ制作のディレクション
■スケジュールやコストなどの管理

2.ビジネスパートナーなどのリソースを拡大、代理店やメディア等との調整や折衝。

3.ゲーム市場の情報を収集してプレイヤー動向の調査及び分析、マーケティングの改善に対する提案など。

 

【求めている人材・必須条件】

■大学卒(専攻不問)
■ゲーム業界及び広告代理店でゲームアプリのマーケティング及びプロモーション経験者
※想定3年以上
■ゲーム・アニメ・漫画等エンタメコンテンツが大好きな方
■高い論理的思考力、学習・思考・問題の発見と解決に得意な方
■ストレスにもうまく対処でき、 開拓者精神を持つ方
■高いコミュニケーション能力を持ち、共同作業に際し、周囲の人と連携でき、チームワーク重視の方
■データと数字が得意な方

 

 

勤務要件:

■勤務時間:09:30 ~ 18:30

■勤務開始日:ASAP

■給与:社内規定により、交通費支給、社会保険、健康保険など

 

勤務地:

■住所:東京都渋谷区渋谷 2-24-12 渋谷スクランブルスクエア 45F

■最寄り駅:

JR 山手線  直結

東急東横線 / 東急田園都市線 渋谷駅 直結

東京メトロ 銀座線 / 副都心線 / 半蔵門線 渋谷駅 直結

京王井の頭線 渋谷駅  徒歩5分

 

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at Tencent:
Diversity, equity and inclusion are important, interdependent components of our workplace. As an equal opportunity employer, we firmly believe that diverse voices fuel our innovation and allow us to better serve our users and the community. We foster an environment where every employee of Tencent feels supported and inspired to achieve individual and common goals. 

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