Publishing Manager

Crazy Labs is looking for a Publishing Manager to join our sometimes crazy, always awesome team.

Come be part of a fun environment where playing games and working are one and the same.

As Publishing Manager, you’ll own the relationship with indie developers and Gaming studios, spark their interest and build lasting partnerships, launch their games and make sure it’s a hit!

You’ll also need to be a research and data-oriented people person to get the job done.


Responsibilities

  • Work with a team to evaluate and analyze games.
  • Negotiate agreements with game developers/studios.
  • Maintain continuous contact with developers/studios in order to receive feedback and improve game KPI.
  • Develop and maintain an excellent, trusting relationship with game developers/studios.
  • Ensure timely and quality production processes; identify risks and come up with mitigation plans.
  • Make strategic and tactical decisions based on mobile game economy KPI’s.
  • Conduct competitive research; analyze game data to maintain and improve strong KPI’s.
  • Be a focal point for the studio with related departments (R&D, BI, Marketing, etc.) to ensure full sync and resource optimization.

Requirements

  • Solid experience in Partner Managing or Business Development.
  • Solid experience in leading mobile app production.
  • Strong analytical skills and data-driven decision making.
  • Native speaker of Mandarin.
  • Fluent English - a MUST. Knowledge of other Asian languages is a plus. I.e. Japanese, Korean, and Vietnamese.
  • Flexible with the schedule and can work in the evenings due to time difference between Israel, Europe, and Asia. Evening work can be done remotely.
  • Proven ability to lead partnerships with cross-functional disciplines.
  • Passion for creating innovative, fun and compelling games.
  • Ability to adapt well to a dynamic and rapidly changing environment.
  • Highly inventive thinker that will provide insightful and innovative solutions.
  • Knowledgeable of relevant gaming trends - an advantage.
  • Production experience in the gaming industry - an advantage.
  • Position may require traveling abroad.