Title: Associate PR Manager
FLSA Classification: Non-Exempt
Capcom is looking for an experienced PR pro with a passion for video games to join our team. We’re a dedicated, hard-working group that loves what we do and loves the brands we get to work on.
This role will lead PR initiatives to help maximize awareness for Capcom’s world-class brands and provide a strong supporting role for the senior members of the team. The Associate PR Manager is responsible for developing, coordinating and directing all communications for titles as assigned. This is an integral part of the larger marketing team, and the individual will be working closely with other PR, social media, brand managers, development and other internal teams.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Education and Experience
Licenses, Certificates and Other
A valid California Driver’s License
Passport holder able to travel internationally
(Performance of the essential duties of this position includes the following physical demands and/or working conditions. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.)
Working Environments (The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.)
Work is generally performed in an office environment and the noise level is usually moderate. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individual with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of duties, knowledge, skills, abilities, or requirements, as any one position in this classification may be assigned some or all of these duties, in addition to other duties not explicitly listed here. The various duties, responsibilities and/or assignments of this position may be unevenly balanced and changed from time to time based upon matters such as, but not limited to, variations in shift schedules, work demands, seasons, service levels and management’s decisions on how to best allocate department resources. Any shift, emphasis or rebalancing of these assigned duties, responsibilities and/or assignments does not constitute a change in the job classification.