Authored bySamurai Punk
Authored onWednesday, 22 December, 2021 - 10:33 AM
Samurai Punk is a Melbourne-based independent game developer that creates dangerously great games. Starting in 2014, we have focused on always pushing ourselves to build new and interesting games. Our notable releases include Screencheat, Roombo: First Blood and Feather as well as our upcoming title Justice Sucks: Recharged.
Full Time - Onsite Preferred
As the Samurai Punk Community Manager you will be the brand ambassador within our existing community spaces and pioneering new online spaces. You’ll work closely with the team to produce content about existing and upcoming titles to engage the community and grow the audience. Samurai Punk prides itself on making weird and wonderful games and we hope you will have a passion for such strangeness as well.
- Engage with community via Discord, Twitter and TikTok on a regular basis
- Produce content for our social media platforms in collaboration with the dev team
- Work with and grow the Discord moderator team
- Plan and execute online, and offline, community projects and events.
- Utilize community analytics, establish KPIs, and craft reports to assess the efficacy of employed strategies and campaign initiatives.
- Facilitate interaction between community and dev team
- Coordinate with Spunk PR efforts to promote releases and PR beats
- Strong collaboration and communication skills
- Strong copywriting ability
- A deep understanding of games online cultures
- Ability to organize multiple projects and deadlines
- Experience engaging, growing, and maintaining communities across at least one of the following platforms: Discord, Twitter, TikTok, Instagram, or Facebook
- Video/Photo editing experience
Things that are a +
- Experience with streaming software such as OBS.
- Experience in games or related media field
- Flexible WFH
- Dedicated Personal Development week every two months
- Flexible work arrangement opportunities and family-friendly considerations.
Samurai Punk encourages applications and enquiries from women and other underrepresented developers.