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The Producer will work closely with the project’s key leaders and other production team members to successfully execute on a new, ground-breaking, original IP.

January 16, 2019

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Producer, Velan Studios

Location: Troy, New York

About the Role: 

We are looking for an experienced Producer to support the production of a new title in development at Velan Studios. The Producer will work closely with the project’s key leaders and other production team members to successfully execute on a new, ground-breaking, original IP. The Producer will help manage the project development from pre-production through to product launch, working with key internal and external stakeholders to deliver on all critical milestones. 

If you’re an experienced game producer we want to hear from you!


  • Work with project leads and sub-leads to define and delineate project requirements and milestones.

  • Facilitate communication and planning across project teams and sub-teams.

  • Build and maintain project backlogs, roadmaps, schedules and documentation.

  • Conduct regular, effective retrospectives and post-mortem reviews.

  • Collaborate and support in solving problems and resolving issues across the development team. 

  • Coordinate the work of cross-functional development teams to manage features and content from idea generation to in-game implementation.

  • Ensure features and content follow established documentation and development workflows.

  • Manage the prioritization of tasks, bugs, design iteration, and user/tester feedback.

  • Anticipate and address potential problems like resource blockers, quality concerns, andscope changes.  Communicate effectively to ensure these problems are resolved quickly.

  • Lead and provide mentorship to Associate Producers, Production Coordinators and QA team members.

 Requirements & Qualifications

  • 3+ years of game industry experience, including at least one shipped AAA title. 

  • Experience managing teams or sub-teams of 5 to 20 developers.

  • Ability to create, track, and maintain schedules across multiple teams or sub-teams.

  • A deep understanding of software development processes, project management, and agile development methodologies.

  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail.

  • Exceptional oral and written communications skills.

  • Demonstrated ability to be successful in technical environments.

  • Experience coordinating and/or managing engineers, artists, and/or game designers.

  • Strong understanding of development workflows, production processes, testing,outsourcing, licensing, and development project management.

  • An internal drive to keep team members working efficiently and effectively toward project goals.

  • Passion for continuous improvement.

  • Experience and understanding of localization requirements of different types of game assets for world-wide product releases.

 Big plusses:

  • Diverse experience with Jira for task management and bug tracking; including database setup, organization, and maintenance.

  • PMP Certification.

  • A passion for making and playing great games, with an awareness of current titles and industry trends.

  • Experience with speaking to press, publishing partners and game community members in an official development capacity.

Interested? Apply now.

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