Producer - Team Junkfish
Updated: 7 days ago
Junkfish is looking for a producer to join our Scottish BAFTA nominated development company in the UK. You will have the opportunity to join our expanding team to work on the multiplayer sequel to our cult-classic horror game, Monstrum 2. As the producer, you will help with the day-to-day management of our latest games, as well as assist the senior producer in planning and task management. It’s essential you are well-organized and approachable as you will be a key player in helping the team deliver to schedule.
We encourage candidates to apply regardless of gender, race, disability, sexual orientation, religion, age, or any other diversifying factor, as we strive to improve equal opportunities and accessibility within the industry.
Assist the senior producer with the day-to-day running of our active projects
Collaborate with the senior producer on planning and laying out key milestones
Work with the team to make sure scrum board and project tracking is kept up to date
Track and report on project milestones and provide status report to Senior Producer
Effectively manage project scope by ensuring any changes to scope are documented and approved with project change request forms
Create changelogs and make sure documentation is kept up to date
Ensure all projects documents are safely archived following project completion
Help with testing and getting feedback to the development team
Help identify risks and make sure they’re properly reported
Be involved in the creation, operation and improvement of production systems
Encourage and support the development team
Resolve any issues and solve problems throughout project life cycle
Skills & Requirements
Must have 2 years relevant experience working in a relevant field within the games industry
Knowledge of agile production methodologies including scrum and kanban
Excellent written and verbal communication
Working knowledge of Trello, Jira and Google Docs
Experience working with 3rd parties for localization or quality assurance for example
Knowledge of the game development pipeline
Must have a good attitude and be a team player
Has shipped at least 1 title.
Bachelors degree in a relevant field
One released title worked on from start to finish
Worked on a live ops game either on mobile, PC or console
Salary: £27k - £40k
Location: Dundee, UK (Remote options available)
Dive into indie with Junkfish - a leading, independent video game development studio based in Scotland and Singapore. We develop and deliver unique, innovative titles for a worldwide audience; best known for the BAFTA-nominated, cult-classic horror, "Monstrum". Most recently, Junkfish became the proud winners of the UK Game of the Show with our multiplayer horror sequel, “Monstrum 2”.