Expressions of Interest – Community Manager
This opportunity is for expressions of interest in a part-time role that would commence in January 2019 under a new entity. At this time, this position would only be open to applicants that can work on-site in Melbourne, Australia.
You would be part of a colourful, data-driven, creative team of game makers and marketers. You would play a key role in defining and launching a new brand for the business in early 2019.
About Lumi Interactive (Entity name TBC):
Lumi Interactive is a publisher and developer of games that focus on games for women, particularly games that focus on customisation, community and humour.
With a strong background in marketing, PR and player data analytics, our team partners with skilled developers to create amazing game experiences. Our team are headquartered in Melbourne, with development partners in Shanghai.
You will be a trailblazer, an entertainer, a leader to a group of incredible and inspiring players. They will look to your channels to discover, what’s new, what’s now and what’s next. You will be instrumental in crafting the community voice, the strategy and the growth across platforms, new and existing.
You will be responsible for the communications with our consumers across several social and game-specific channels. The role will also include some English language customer service duties, and will primarily liaise with our marketing, QA and development team.
You will be assisting the Marketing Director in researching and crafting a stellar community strategy for our games and our new brand.
In addition to contractor fees, a successful candidate would also receive regular professional mentorship and exposure to international work processes.
While this opportunity would begin as a part-time contract (minimum 3 days per week) for 3 to 6 months, the contract may be extended or transitioned to full-time employment.
Who are you?
You’re an ambitious and creative maker. A lover of games. You have a strong aesthetic and initiative to take your ideas and bring them to life. Supporting and helping groups sets your heart on fire. You want to take and shape a community into a positive, powerful entertainment platform.
Previous community management experience
Previous customer service experience
Social content creation and management
Marketing art/asset creation
Excellent written and spoken communication skills
(The below additional skills are not required, but any of these skills would be positively viewed)
Previous games industry experience
Video editing experience
Advertising experience highly regarded
Additional language skills (Mandarin especially)
Experience with Slack, Asana and Buffer
To express your interest in this position so we can keep you updated, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the job title in the subject line.
We require a cover letter and resume and a link any communities you manage. Your resume must include professional references. Creativity encouraged <3 You can choose to do a video instead of a cover letter if you prefer.