Licensing Manager, Toys & Games for The Pokémon Company International

Date April 29, 2016

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The Pokémon Company International is searching for a Toy & Game Licensing Manager to plan and develop long and short term strategic plans to grow the licensing business. This fast-paced, cross-functional managerial position involves managing product development (2D/3D) for all hard goods and electronic games and/or retail promotions developed in conjunction with the Trading Card Game and Video Game Retail team, and financial responsibility. Manage Master Toy Licensee and lead. Territories cover the Americas, Australia, and New Zealand. The target demographics are youth, teens, young adults and adults. The Licensing Manager will communicate TPCi’s brand licensing strategy effectively to licensees and retail/other partners to ensure all activity and brand representation is in alignment with TPCi’s overall objectives and guidelines.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES
· Licensing Expert – Be the go to person on analyzing white space in the category and pull together cohesive programs for retail and licensees to gain placement. Possess deep understanding of retail landscape, key categories for each target demographic, market potential, consumer insights and trends, and top tier players in the field.

· Drive the Business – Work alongside the Licensing Director to identify and assess new licensing product categories and partners, anticipating roadblocks and proactively taking measures to address them. Negotiate business terms and contracts to build the licensee roster.

· Research, Strategy & Marketing Plans – Research retailers, products, brands and companies for new business opportunities across the toy industry. Prepare overall marketing plans for identified categories and territories and manage the implementation of these plans through the licensees. Assist with the development of marketing materials, promotional events and licensing presentations that support the execution of TPCi’s strategic direction and goals.

· Communication –Provide key updates to senior management in clear and concise reports. Build relationships with licensees and embrace face-to-face meetings internally and externally. Assess marketing materials needed and implement. Create presentations that support licensing’s goals as well as TPCi’s strategic direction and goals. Must be able to communicate complex deals effectively. Ensure alignment across divisions, especially with merchandise development and creative. Play leadership role in coaching and mentoring Toy & Game Coordinator. Must be a great presenter with storytelling skills. Read the rest of this entry »

Let Your Recruiting Career Soar at Alaska Airlines!

Date March 30, 2016

 

Alaska AirALASKA AIRLINES’ STORY

Alaska Airlines is one of the most respected names in aviation and flies throughout its namesake state and the Lower 48, as well as to Hawaii, Canada and Mexico. Our roots date to 1932 and are symbolized by the Eskimo painted on the tails of our aircraft. Guided by what we call the “Alaska Spirit”, we pride ourselves on providing a lifeline to remote communities while delivering renowned service to everyone we fly. This commitment has brought us national and international recognition. We’ve been honored with a variety of awards by readers of Travel + Leisure, Conde Nast Traveler, USA Today and others. Alaska is the dominant West Coast airline and, together with its sister carrier Horizon Air, flies to more than 90 destinations. The two airlines are subsidiaries of Alaska Air Group Inc. (NYSE:ALK) with annual revenues exceeding $4 billion

Make a career in one of the top companies in town! We are looking for two corporate recruiters to join the outstanding team at Alaska Air (located in SeaTac).  For more information contact: Chris Englin at Big Wave Recruiting, Chris@bigwave.com

HRIS & Benefits Analyst Opportunity at Abode Healthcare

Date March 30, 2016


AbodeGreat Opportunity at Abode Healthcare, a leading provider of home health and hospice services across the United States.

The HRIS & Benefits Analyst provides analytical, administrative, and business support in the development and administration of the HRIS, coordinates and plans the day to day operations of group benefit programs, and provides analytical and technical support in the delivery of the benefit programs. Supports on-going HR department activities including HRIS development, reporting, and end user support; benefits education and administration; and staff communication. Fosters strong relationships within the HR team, with the accounting team, and Abode-wide. Read the rest of this entry »

HR Coordinator needed in Seattle (Georgetown)

Date March 30, 2016

logoHUMAN RESOURCES COORDINATOR – CHARTER CONSTRUCTION

Charter Construction, founded in 1983 has grown to 210 Charter team members with offices in Seattle, Washington and Portland, Oregon with the corporate headquarters in Seattle’s Georgetown neighborhood.  (Position located in the Seattle office.)  They have proven expertise in four key areas: construction defect repair/remediation, emergency response and restoration, commercial construction, and high-end residential construction.

“Heroic” is used to describe Charter employees.  Every person is critical in providing above-and-beyond service to clients, a commitment to craftsmanship, collaborating with partners, and unfailing dedication.  This is their code and they are united by these principals.

Charter Construction is looking for a Human Resources Coordinator who is excited about delivering exceptional HR in an employee centric environment.  The HRC working closely with the HR Manager will assist in the day-to-day work and companywide projects in HR including being a primary contact for employees.  We are looking for someone who is passionate about people, organized and detailed oriented, provides a high level of customer service, has strong communication skills, great administrative ability, and exemplifies Charter’s values. Read the rest of this entry »