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Comic Book Jobs: Tokyopop

Posted by Tom Mason Categories: Editorials, TokyoPop,

LivesIf you think e-commerce is selling tabs to college kids at the local warehouse rave, not only is your career going to be short-lived, you’ll soon be a third act plot twist on Gossip Girl or 90210.

Tokyopop, the Los Angeles-based manga publisher is looking for an E-Commerce Associate or Manager, (title depending on your experience).

You’re expected to maximize “product sales through Tokyopop’s e-commerce activities.” This involves “e-commerce storefront management, online promotions, quality assurance testing and key performance metrics, and demonstrated understanding of web technologies, browsers, analytics and content management systems and processes.”

They want you to bring your A-game and “hit the ground running” so they want you to have “several years of e-commerce experience” and be “entrepreneurial in nature with a service-oriented mindset.”

But you’d also better know the manga and anime offerings at T-pop so you can “be totally into the products you’ll be selling.”

And the other end of the T-pop spectrum, the company is also looking for an Intern for their Founder and CEO, Stu Levy. You’ll “gain hands-on experience working directly with a successful entrepreneur on a range of projects.” But the job is no piece of cake as it comes with this warning: “Not for the faint-hearted!”

Good luck, job seekers!

[Artwork: Lives, from Tokyopop]



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