Associate Product Manager

Job Locations US-MD-Hunt Valley | US-TX-Austin | US-WI-Madison
Job ID
2023-2765
Category
Design
Type
Regular Full-Time

Overview

As an Associate Product Manager for The Elder Scrolls Online, you will work cross-functionally to create plans, products, features, and experiences that drive engagement and monetization. Successful candidates have a passion for great gameplay paired with successful monetization strategies, and the ability to leverage data to inform product decisions. We are seeking a self-starter who relishes the challenge of finding innovative solutions to enhancing KPIs. This individual is player-focused but also understands and can deliver on business goals.

If you love digging into data, working with talented cross-discipline teams, and delivering best-in-class experiences to players, this position may be right for you. 

The preferred location for this role is Hunt Valley, MD, Austin, TX, or Madison, WI. Will consider remote.

Responsibilities

  • Co-lead the planning, creation, and implementation of multiple components of Live Operations for The Elder Scrolls Online, including the Crown Store, with business forecast goals; measure and communicate results to help improve game health
  • Help to develop and manage economy and monetization components of The Elder Scrolls Online
  • Provide development teams with guidance to ensure core monetization, retention, and engagement KPI goals are met
  • Work with teams to ensure success of offerings, updates, events, and features; define measurable business objectives and KPIs; analyze, communicate, and memorialize results
  • Work with Business Intelligence and Data Science teams to collect and analyze data to identify opportunities and propose solutions
  • Drive new initiatives to improve revenue and re-engage the customer base
  • Capture learnings and present findings and best practices for LiveOps within the studio

Qualifications

  • Understanding of game design and monetization fundamentals
  • Strong data analysis skills
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Excellent organization skills and ability to multi-task priorities
  • Strong communication, writing, and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced and confidential environment
  • Passion for making great games

Preferred Skills

  • Previous game development experience
  • Previous product management experience
  • Bachelor's in a quantitative or design discipline or equivalent experience

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