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Associate Game Producer

Sega Europe
Horsham, United Kingdom
29 days ago

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This is a fantastic opportunity to be an Associate Game Producer working with the multi award winning Total War team.

The position on the team is to work alongside and assist the Game Producer to manage the development of game projects from pre-production through to release. You would own one area of a large game, or a small independent team.

Supporting the day-to-day and week to week process of a cross discipline team, you will provide support to keep the projects appropriately resourced and the team moving forward in a positive, informed and focused way. The Associate Game Producer will also work collaboratively with the Game Producer and project leads to create the project schedule for the area owned, identifying dependencies, solving problems, helping to prioritise work and drive project delivery.

Key Responsibilities

As an Associate Game Producer, you will look to continually move your team forward. Working with the team, you will assist with the planning and estimation process to help produce fully scoped plans for upcoming milestones. You will also help manage the development team schedule, ensuring that milestones are adhered to and tech and decision pipelines remain unblocked. You will be responsible for communicating changes within the teams’ schedule/progress to all relevant parties and ensure the schedule is adapted accordingly. You will also provide clear, detailed analysis on team performance, risks and areas for improvement.

Knowledge, Skill and Experience
Essential
Desirable
We offer a fully bespoke funded relocation package for you and your dependants and you’ll be supported through the process with our dedicated Relocation Specialist. We also have an excellent range of benefits to support your work life balance, including:
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