Producer (Hybrid)

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Posted 17 May 2023
Salary £35000 - £45000 Per Year
Job type Permanent
DisciplineGame Production
Contact NameDaniel Butcher

Job description

Super Rare Games are looking for a Producer to join their digital publishing team.

The studio are a leading publisher of physical video games, releasing more than 70 games on the Nintendo Switch alone. With a passionate aim to support indie developers of all levels, physically preserve great video games, and offer collectors playable and displayable delights, they live by the mantra to be indies' best friend.

To date, Super Rare Games have announced 7 original indie titles, with many more in the pipeline behind closed doors. The position is a full-time, flexible hybrid role, usually working Tuesday to Thursday from the London office and remotely Monday and Friday. 

Your responsibilities…

  • Production and budget responsibility for all the games that you are assigned
  • Identifying, track, and mitigates risks to each project
  • Regularly present and report on each games status to stakeholders and leads
  • Liaise with platform-holders such as Nintendo and PlayStation and partners for submission and delivery of projects
  • Work closely with the various internal teams such as production, QA, and marketing
  • Act as the point of contact for your projects with external teams including outsource vendors, licensors, and publisher teams
  • Identify and plan for opportunities for short- term and long- term efficiency improvements to the production department
  • Foster and support a positive, creative, feedback- focused culture in your teams
The skills and experience you’ll bring to the role…
  • 2+ years as an associate, producer, or project manager (Ideally within publishing) with experience across the full development lifecycle from concept to post-launch
  • Submissions experience across a majority of platforms
  • Experience with project management processes and methodologies
  • Comfortability learning new methods and tools and teaching others
  • Excellent organisational, interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills
  • Understanding of games and what it takes to make them