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Brand Marketing Manager
Date started in position
Brand Marketing Team - Fighting Games
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The role of the Brand Marketing Manager is to lead a larger brand marketing team to maximize the sales potential of Capcom's Fighting Games. The Brand Marketing Manager may also be assigned to other Capcom products and campaigns.
This position will also have interaction with Capcom’s emerging Esports programs and will work with internal stakeholders on fighting game community activities and work collaboratively to grow the competitive Esports scene through Capcom Pro Tour and other related Esports events.
Responsible for managing effective, innovative, and cost-efficient marketing campaigns in North and South America territories, and working collaboratively with Capcom’s European and Japanese promotional teams, as well as R&D. The Brand Marketing Manager should be capable of managing a large AAA marketing campaign with limited oversight, as well as management of Associate Product Managers if applicable.
Manages Associate Brand Manager(s) when applicable
Lead and supervise marketing campaign team
Job Title: Associate Brand Marketing Manager
Department: Brand Marketing
Reports to: Brand Marketing Manager
FLSA Status: Regular, Fulltime, exempt
The role of the Associate Brand Marketing Manager is to assist a larger brand marketing team to maximize the sales potential of assigned Capcom's products with a focus on the Monster Hunter series and other titles as assigned. Responsible for managing effective, innovative, and cost-efficient marketing campaigns in North and South America territories, and working collaboratively with Capcom’s European and Japanese promotional teams, as well as R&D. Should be capable of contributing to large AAA marketing campaigns, or taking leadership of a smaller digital product.
Job Title: Director, Brand Marketing
Dept: Brand Marketing
Reports to: Sr. Director, Marketing
FLSA: Regular, Full-Time, Exempt
Title: Bilingual Translator/Production Coordinator (Temporary to RFT)
Department: Production Management
FLSA Classification: Exempt
Capcom is looking for a Translator/Production Coordinator 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.
The Translator/Production Coordinator will assist the Associate Producer to facilitate internal and external communication regarding both game production and marketing tasks. Specific tasks include the translation of e-mails, documents, and materials as well as providing interpretation services during video conferences and face to face meetings. Translation and interpretation are provided in both directions (i.e. – Japanese to English and English to Japanese).
Job Title: Bilingual Project Coordinator
Reports to: QA Manager
Department Name: PD: Product Operations
FLSA Classification: FLSA - Exempt
The Project Coordinator will act as a liaison between Capcom USA and Capcom Japan (CJ) QA teams on assigned projects. English/Japanese fluency is required. Will be responsible for the translation and interpretation of daily communication such as email, reports, bug write ups, and other design documentation. Will be responsible for translating and interpreting bilingual meetings with CJ QA counterparts. The Project Coordinator will also be required to facilitate QA activities with respect to the project schedule in order to ensure that all QA stakeholders are informed of the latest project information in a timely manner.
Title: Associate PR Manager (Temporary to RFT)
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.
Job Title: Associate Director of Esports
Reports to: Sr. Director, Licensing & Esports
FLSA Classification: Exempt
Responsible for all production and content management of the Capcom Pro Tour and Capcom esports initiatives, including live streaming, asset creation and post launch content.
Responsible for the strategic creation of online content surrounding all Capcom Esports brands, building and maintaining community content channels, and creating new revenue through content monetization and community outreach.
Manages and supervises the Digital Marketing Manager and Esports Specialist
Job Title: Sr. Manager, Events
Reports to: Director, Marketing Operations, Creative Services & Events
Department Name: Creative Services & Events
FLSA Classification: FLSA - Exempt
Reporting directly to the Director of Marketing Operations, Creative Services, and Events, the Sr. Events Manager is chiefly responsible for all aspects related to managing and executing the planning and implementation of the organization's participation in domestic and international trade shows, exhibitions and special events.
The type of company events will include tradeshows, consumer events, private media events, and the company’s internal events.
This position plays a key role in the designs, development and implementation of the organization's participation in high profile events to achieve industry-standard outcomes and results.
The Sr. Events Manager works closely with internal clients from the Product Marketing and Public Relations team to efficiently target event goals while staying within budget. Major tasks include mentoring the Events Manager, directing and managing the processes of scouting and securing event venues/booth space, budget forecasting and management for marketing operations and events, exhibit layout creation, sourcing and overseeing all on-site vendors, tracking hardware/software needs, negotiation of staff hotel blocks, on-site trouble-shooting, receipt and organization of event assets post-show, and processing of all corresponding paperwork.
Manages the Events Manager
Supervises Events staff – Freelance, Contracted and/or Temporary