Hot Job: Nancy Drew's Marketing VP

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The position: Vice president of marketing for Her Interactive, maker of the Nancy Drew game.

Location: Bellevue, Wash.

Job duties: Responsible for planning, directing and executing the company's public relations and marketing strategies and goals. Will develop and manage annual marketing budgets, develop new project proposals and participate with the executive team in the development of strategic company goals. Will monitor and analyze sales and marketing activity against goals. Will also recruit, train, supervise and evaluate department staff. Also must establish and implement short- and long-range goals, objectives, policies and operating procedures for marketing functions.

The company: Her Interactive is an interactive adventure entertainment company specializing in games that appeal to women and girls. The company designs, develops and publishes mystery adventure games, including a series of Nancy Drew computer games, as well as games based on The Hardy Boys and the Cody Capers.

Requirements: Must have college degree in sales/marketing, business administration or a related field, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. MBA is preferred. Requires five years experience managing staff, plus seven years experience in gaming, software and/or consumer marketing. Applicants must have demonstrated analytical skills, experience in strategic planning and execution, excellent writing and public speaking abilities and proficiency in MS Office applications. Must be able to able to meet tight deadlines, and be willing to work a flexible schedule with occasional travel. Requires ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects simultaneously.

Extra perks: Job provides the opportunity to preview cool adventure computer games.

Interesting info: Compensation is in the form of a base salary plus the potential for substantial additional compensation in the form of bonuses and stock options, which will be based on tactical and strategic success of the employee and company.

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