Producer in London
Are you a talented Game Producer looking for an opportunity to make your mark on the industry? Like the sound of joining a continuously growing and thriving studio? If this has sparked your interest, keep reading for details!
As a Producer at this studio in London, you will be taking on a non-technical but essential and high responsibility role, which will be key to the future success of the team. Taking over management of the development team from the CEO, your role will include a range of duties, likely differing day-to-day. You should be prepared to wear many hats, and will be working closely with the CEO and technical director, supporting the development team as well as looking after other aspects of business such as social media, hiring, customer engagement and more.
This rapidly growing studio create indie games for PC, console, and mobile. With their small team approach allowing for great communication and innovative problem-solving, this studio is set for great success, so it’s a great time to join the team!
Essential requirements for this role in London:
Are you up for the challenge? If so, get in touch today! Contact Jack on email@example.com or apply online by submitting your CV below now.
Please be aware that while we would love to respond to every application we receive, due to high numbers we cannot guarantee this. We do however appreciate any time you invest into the application and will make sure to get in touch should anything in future more closely fit your skillset.
Tags: Producer, Game Producer, Game Production, Development Manager, Game Development, PC Games, Console Games, Mobile Games, SaaS, Indie Games, London Jobs, Remote Jobs
A little bit about the city: London
As the English capital, London is known to be a city full of opportunities. From cultures, foods, activities and greenspace, everything is at your doorstep in this city and there is something for everyone to enjoy. London Fashion Week, Michelin-star restaurants and festivals are just a few of the many delights London has to offer those looking for a taste of the city. London is, of course, famous for its extensive history, culture and attractions. Many of London’s museums and galleries are free to enter, meaning, especially as a newcomer to London, you are easily able to absorb the knowledge and arts the city has to offer.
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Years of experience and salary levels are shown purely as a guide. We will only consider applications from candidates that can demonstrate the skills or experience required for the role.
Whilst we would love to respond to every application due to the high numbers we receive we cannot guarantee this.
Jack looks after three areas, Games Design, Games Production and Game Analytics yet with the help of his near photographic memory he will always remember you and everything you’ve ever discussed. He’s no stranger to production himself, spending a few years producing incredible tapas as Head Chef of a Spanish Tapas restaurant. Jack also owns a pug called Pumba who was the ring bearer at his wedding and even got his own custom suit to match the groomsmen.