Product Management MBA Intern- Summer 2019

Job typeGame Development/Publishing, Mobile, Product Management
LocationUnited States - San Francisco, California
Posted DateMay. 07, 2019
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment seeks an MBA Intern to join our Central Product Management team.

What part will you play?

The MBA Intern, Central Product Management is responsible for assisting with the methodologies and research behind Warner Bros. Interactive’s efforts to optimize game appeal, retention, and consumer value. Working with the VP, Games – Asia, you will have the opportunity to learn and gain experience in guiding our game teams on how to develop for the Asian market.

Exposure or experience creating marketing, merchandising or customer facing communications are a distinctive advantage; as is knowledge of some of the following technologies : Swrve, Braze, Unity, Looker, Sensor Tower/App Annie, Tableau, Big Query.
  • Live game insights.
  • Games market research.
  • Best practice live operations of a free-to-play mobile game.
What do we require from you?
  • BA or BS degree required.
  • MBA in progress from an accredited school.
  • Continued education in the areas of technical communication, psychology, and statistics a plus.
  • 2+ years experience in video game industry ideal
  • 2_ years experience related to consumer research, and/or the use of statistical methods for understanding consumer behaviour in the entertainment industry ideal.
  • Broad knowledge of the games industry, including an understanding of various game mediums: consoles, mobile, Free-2-Play games, and social games with team-based multi-player mechanics.
  • Clear understanding of various market segments and their purchasing and play behaviors including, youth, casual, and core demographics.
  • Solid knowledge of Microsoft Office, - especially PowerPoint. This position will be creating a lot of PPT “Decks”. Word, Excel, and Online/internet skills, etc.
  • Statistical experience and data modeling desired.
  • A passion for self-education in diverse areas such as prediction/forecasting, psychology, statistics, and complex systems.
  • Highly organized and self-directed; able to keep on an assigned track without supervision.
  • Must display resourcefulness, enthusiasm, intellectual curiosity and self-motivation.
  • Self-starter with high level of initiative/energy, conscientious with a strong sense of ownership.

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