■具体的な業務内容

重要なゲーム研究開発パートナーと関係を生かして、事業戦略に取り込みます

日本でローカルチームを成立して、ゲームプロジェクトを開始させます

インターネットプロトコルまたはブランディング連携を協議します

潜在的な共同開発または製作スタジオとクロス地域事業関係を設立して、事業拡大を行います

グローバルなブランドとの協力を含め,地域的なマーケティング協力について話し合いします

 

 

◆必須の経験/能力

ゲームまたはエンターテイメント業界に十分な知識および12年間以上の経験を持っている方


優れたコミュニケーション能力および人間関係スキルを持って、商業的な交渉に関与して、商務的な会話を行うことを要求されます


ゲーム開発プロセスおよび運営などに関する確実な知識を有して、優れた時間管理スキルかつマルチタスクに対応するフルー能力を持っている方


ゲーム業界に強い情熱を示して、ゲーム開発プロセスに詳しい方

 

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

 

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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