Summer 2017 Product Management Intern - GameSpot
CBS Interactive, a division of CBS Corporation, is the premier online content network for information and entertainment. With more than 280 million people visiting its properties each month, CBS Interactive is a top Web property globally. Its portfolio of leading brands, which include CNET, CBS.com, CBSNews.com, CBSSports.com, GameSpot, TV.com, TVGuide.com and Last.fm, span popular categories like technology, entertainment, sports, news and gaming.
The Product Management Intern will work closely with GameSpot’s Product Management team. The intern will run an A/B test or User Study in order to help us better understand video consumption and interests, and to design a feature that will improve the experience and overall amount of video views. Not only is this an interesting way to be involved in a Product process, this is a contained project that will also improve business goals.
- Time commitment: full-time, 40 hours per week during our regular office hours (Monday – Friday, 8:30 am – 5:30 pm) but times may vary per team
- This is a paid internship and can also be for university credit if it meets your university’s guidelines
- Proficient in analytical thinking and basic statistics
- Strong written and verbal communications skills
- Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
- Self-starter with genuine interest in product management, business technology and is actively pursuing a career in product management
- Proficient in MS Excel, PowerPoint and Word, experience with Google Apps is a plus
- Interest in tech and product management
Nice to have:
- Experience with user studies a plus.
- Intern must be a student currently enrolled in an accredited college or university
- Must be at least 18 years old
Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled
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