We are looking for a marketing director that will define, implement and own our marketing strategy to reach out to parents worldwide about our upcoming subscription-based educational app. As such, you will be in charge of finding, testing and iterating marketing campaigns on various channels, including major ad platforms like Facebook and Google. The position is full-time, but we can consider part-time candidates.
What you’ll be working on
Nice to have
If you do not tick all of the boxes above, we still encourage you to apply. These are preferred guidelines but we are more interested in candidates with the right passion and attitude towards educational games and marketing, than those without.
We are an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for this role without attention to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, parental status or disability status. We particularly encourage applications from women, gender minorities and people of color as these groups are underrepresented in our industry.
If you’re interested in this position, please send your CV and cover letter to email@example.com.
What we do
Playing is learning. We create games that transform kids’ understanding of complex subjects through gameplay. Most importantly, truly understanding a subject positively changes their feelings about it. We have shipped award winning games like Slice Fractions (Apple Best of 2014) and its sequel (App of the Day). We’re a small team in the creative city of Montreal, Canada.
How we do it
We have been able to get visibility worldwide because we apply strong game design principles in the field of kids educational apps, where real games are rare. Our current project is an ambitious service which tackles several complex subjects in primary school mathematics.
Our mission is to offer video games that are fun and pedagogically sound. The games focus on learning content directly inspired by mathematics and science curriculums.
We believe we can show that video games can offer much more than they do right now. We believe games can help kids develop an interest in science and mathematics. This naturally leads to better perseverance and performances at school, but also in career opportunities.