Looking for a new job and want to work for a somewhat nostalgic company? The Pokémon Company International (TPCi), which is a subsidiary of The Pokémon Company in Japan, is headquartered right here in Bellevue. The international subsidiary is responsible for nearly all Pokémon products and content in the US, and you could be a part of that.
According to the company, the International Company is responsible for “brand management, licensing, marketing, the Pokémon Trading Card Game, the animated TV series, home entertainment, and the official Pokémon website.” Since its launch in 1996, it has become one of the most popular children’s entertainment properties in the world and still remains popular with many adults today.
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The company also has an office in London, United Kingdom but we’re focusing on the jobs available in Washington.
Currently, there are open roles in the following areas: accounting, data & analytics, IT, legal, people, marketing, operations, editing, localization management, and product.
Keep in mind that some roles require employees to be bilingual in both English and Japanese.
Each open role has a list of job requirements, expectations as well as salary ranges. Most jobs currently available require higher education as well as several years of experience in the listed role.
The company states that they have an “employee first culture” and offer “exciting benefits” like comprehensive health and well-being benefits, paid time off, and more. However, they also note that benefits can vary depending on role location and employment type.
Other benefits listed on open roles include things like employer-paid life insurance, 401k employer matching, fitness reimbursement, commuter benefit, LinkedIn learning, a comprehensive relocation package, and a hybrid work environment.
If you love Pokémon, why not be a part of its future? Check out their careers here.