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Get a job: Join the Deep Silver Volition team as a Sr. Project Manager

Project Managers are the primary keepers and managers of the project schedules, working closely with other devs to ensure they are managing the project on-time, to established quality bars, and on budget.

March 13, 2019

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Senior Project Manager, Deep Silver Volition

Location: Champaign, Illinois

Project Managers are the primary keepers and managers of the project schedules, working closely with Producers, Project Directors, and Studio Leadership to ensure they are managing the project on-time, to established quality bars, and on budget.

Responsibilities: Scheduling and Prioritization

  • Organize and maintain the project schedule.

  • Assist teams with scope and deadline management during sprints and milestones.

  • Work with Producers and Directors to establish a project and feature roadmap.

  • Assist in evaluating and confirming project staffing requirements.

  • Partner with Producers and Directors to manage scope, quality, and prioritization of work.

  • Responsible for full operational aspects of game development, including establishing development framework, reporting, risk management, capacity planning, and resource management.

  • Ensure the project makes use of best practices regarding project management processes and frameworks.

  • Support the building and maintenance of a high-performance team structure.

  • Plan, manage, and meet the project quality objectives the Executive Producer establishes.

  • Challenge internal and external issues that could impact the project constraints.

  • Provide strategic and tactical direction when it comes to project management.

  • Contribute to major process innovations at the studio and project levels.

  • Participate in long-term strategic planning for the business.

Employee Relations and Communication

  • Identify, analyze, and help resolve team organizational issues and monitor progress.

  • Proactively identify project risks, issues, and triggers. Establish contingency plans as needed.

  • Communicate regularly with key stakeholders to provide project status updates.

  • Collaborate with team to achieve project deliverables and goals.

  • Manage the change-request process to ensure all workflows and processes are defined and documented clearly.

  • Facilitate communication amongst teams as needed.


  • Minimum of 10 years of experience in game development as a Producer, Project Manager, or Development Manager, and must have led at least 2 teams through a full project cycle.

  • A great team player, ready to share knowledge and learn from others. Excels at self- and team organization. Inspires the team through charisma, work ethic, and analytical abilities.

  • Able to create, manage, and maintain custom team reports using Excel, Hansoft, Word, VISIO, and other standard tools.

  • Experience managing two or more projects, including establishing project plans and budgets, determining task dependencies, assigning tasks, and implementing operational changes.

  • Capable of identifying and mitigating risks. Able to take appropriate steps to resolve difficulties, including changes to work methods, technologies, and project schedules.

  • Ability to take ownership of projects and move the team forward despite obstacles and issues.

  • Able to learn quickly and apply new concepts, principles, and processes.

  • Maintain a solution-oriented approach to development.

  • Professional communication and interpersonal skills, including conflict resolution.

Interested? Apply now.

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