Authored onSaturday, 16 January, 2021 - 3:39 PM
At League of Geeks, we care as much about the craft of making videogames as the videogames we craft. We’re looking for a producer to empower our talented team to work autonomously, yet with purpose, clarity and efficiency towards extraordinary outcomes.
As a producer at LoG you will shepherd communication, collaboration and exceptional decision making across all departments, delivering upon the game’s commercial, critical, and cultural visions.
As the Australian Studio of the Year, we are committed to building one of the best working environments in the world, with a genuine focus on well being, skill development, and the correct ratio of pot plants to humans.
If you’re keen to work with one of the world’s leading independent studios and help us create our new and exciting, original IP, we'd love to hear from you!
Women and other underrepresented developers, please apply! We pride ourselves on our inclusive work environment and output, so we’d love to work with you.
- 3+ years experience working in a production role in videogame development.
- You have shipped a commercial videogame title on PC and/or console.
- Excellent communication, creative collaboration and teamwork skills driven by a high level of emotional intelligence.
- Knowledge of the game development process from start to finish.
- The initiative and autonomy to strategise and spearhead deliverables whilst exceeding quality standards.
- Fluency across production tools (Atlassian, Google suite, etc) and agile methodology.
- Ability to work to deadlines and maintain high performance levels in stressful, high-pressure scenarios.
- Exceptional organisational and time management skills - both for yourself and supporting others.
- Detail sensitivity, a proven aesthetic eye and strong design sensibilities.
- A commitment to working in a professional, inclusive and supportive environment.
- Facilitate communication and planning across project teams and company departments.
- Coordinate the work of cross-discipline development teams to manage features and content from idea generation to in-game implementation.
- Anticipate and address potential problems like blockers, quality concerns, budget compromises and scope changes. Communicate immediately and effectively to ensure these problems are resolved quickly before they arise.
- Ensure task and epic workflow follows proper procedure, involving relevant stakeholders when appropriate.
- Safeguard and champion quality, timeliness, and financial prudence.
- Manage the prioritisation of tasks, bugs, design iteration, and user/tester feedback.
- Build and maintain project backlogs, roadmaps, schedules and documentation.
- Collaborate, facilitate and support the team in solving problems creatively, rapidly resolving issues across the development team.
- Weekly bring-your-dog-to-work day on Monday. Yeah, dogs!
- Talent development, mentorship and support.
- Monthly self-directed professional development days.
- Flexible work arrangement opportunities and family-friendly considerations.
- Menstrual, Menopause and Parental leave.
- Sustainable working hours, environment and life-work balance.
- Friday afternoon team social events.
- Annual Summer family picnic, Winter Feast and Melbourne Games Week party.
- Located in The Arcade, one of the world’s first videogame co-working spaces.
- Located in Melbourne, Australia. World’s most liveable city seven years in a row.