Project Manager - Shanghai Game Studio
Riot Games will be working on its development in Shanghai, China, it is an early-stage project in development. You will work with the Executive Producer to create a game from zero to one, and together you will start a new chapter of Riot Games in China.
You will report directly to the Executive Producer, you will manage the progress of the project, you will be a problem solver and a content deliverer. You will also be responsible for project presentation and some translation during communication with HQ.
Responsible for establishing, tracking, communicating, and holding everyone accountable for project milestones
Document key meetings/create artifacts to build continuous improvement through review and new knowledge gained
Identify and remove impediments and provide the team with all the tools needed to succeed
Responsible for work related to project presentations, presenting in an easy to understand the manner
Skilled in meeting translation to help Shanghai game developers communicate smoothly with headquarters
3+ years of PM experience in the game industry
Real-time translator in Chinese and English with knowledge of American culture
Proficient in project presentation (e.g., easy-to-understand PPT creation)
Make diverse work plans and estimates
Passion for games and in-depth experience with many online games
Have a strong sense of empathy
Highly reactive, persistent, and patient
Deep understanding of games from both player and designer perspectives
Overseas study experience (both undergraduate and master's degree is a plus)
A spirit of excellence and perfection
Have participated in the development of successful game projects from 0 to 1
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