Wired Productions is an award-winning video games publisher. Wired have produced and published multi-platform award winning-games covering music, horror, adventure, ARPG’s and many more, building an incredible community of gamers that support the great games our developers create.
There is a Wired Way of Working. We look after our own, whether it is our team, or our customers... fans even, and just as importantly our developers and partners from all over the world. We work hard, go the extra mile and spill blood when necessary (metaphorically of course). Why do we do this? Because we care about our games, our people, the creative geniuses of developers behind them, the gamers that buy the games and the industry we are in.
Wired Productions positively encourages applications from qualified and eligible candidates regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation. Wired particularly welcome applicants from black, minority, ethnic (BME) communities and disabled people as they are currently under-represented within our workforce. All applicants will be interviewed based on merit.
Location: Watford, UK
Salary: Depenant on Expierience
Wired Productions is looking for an enthusiastic, motivated and organised Product Manager to join our award-winning marketing team and help drive our global product strategy for independent games. The successful candidate will join the Product Management team and help define core product messaging, strategy and budget; driving strong product launches across a variety of platforms with both physical and digital distribution. From getting your head down in our HQ as you work on the latest product plans, to flying to San Francisco for meetings with key platform holders, or travelling across Europe on press tours, your role is key. You’ll help create strategies that ensure the games we choose to publish are heard, seen and most importantly, played. The Product Manager will be attending events globally and must be able and willing to travel.
A must-be evangelist for video games with unparalleled attention to detail, the successful candidate will possess the following:
What we can offer you:
You’ll work on some of the best independent games on the market. You will be working a 40-hour week, 9.30am to 6pm, with a 30-minute lunch. You will receive 20 days holiday, plus bank holidays and the office shuts over Christmas and the new year. There is free parking on site and we’re a 10-minute walk away from the Watford train station.
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