Assistant Producer

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July 1, 2021
Full Time

We’re looking for someone to assist production with the day-to-day management of tasks, bugs and teams to ensure smooth development of our projects. The role will require you to work with a wide range of people from across disciplines in our small, multi-project studio to ensure the successful delivery of titles. The role will be fully remote (we are a fully distributed multi-cultural studio).

You will be responsible for managing several projects throughout the development life cycle (development, QA, CERT, distribution,...). You will be required to follow up the project from beginning to end. 

You will be required to monitor tasks, bugs and schedules, and regularly present updates to other team members, prepare different reports using Excel or our internal tools (including game sales reports and data analysis). 

Minimum requirements

  • Experience with the game development processes, either professionally or as part of a games degree
  • Experience with Microsoft Office, especially Excel and be able to to produce reports from existing sales data
  • Great and diplomatic speaker and listener across written, verbal and video call communication
  • Strong organisational skills
  • Passion for games in all forms
  • Keen to learn new skills
  • Put the needs of the team & project above your own ambitions
  • Creative and innovative
  • Familiarity with project management and bug tracking software is advantageous
  • Good English oral and written communication skills
  • Good positive attitude and outlook, self-motivated, and a great team-player
  • Good communication and problem-solving skills
  • Have a proactive work ethic

Desired requirements

  • Experience with Playstation, Xbox and Switch console backends
  • Worked in administration & production before. 
  • 1+ published titles: Game production can be long and/or complex. However, having at least one published game can show that you are familiar with the full development process and the challenges that are ahead
  • Availability in the EU timezone


As an Assistant Producer  you will be part of the production and development team, working closely with designers, producers, artists, game programmers and external stakeholders and service providers (localization, audio, playtesting…).


  • A good working environment within a group of motivated colleagues from around the world
  • Flexible schedule, core hours are 10am to 4pm CEST
  • Horizontal and agile organization
  • Passion for video games
  • Full time, 36h week 
  • Weekly team building activities, such as playing games together or having remote social drinks.

And many more things that you will discover... join us to find out

How to Apply

Please send your application to: jobs at 2awesomestudio dot com, using the following subject line: 2Awesome Studio - Assistant Producer.

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About 2Awesome Studio

2Awesome Studio is an independent game development studio and indie publisher whose mission is to add awesomeness to reality by developing video games with new and addictive mechanics and finding games that are equally awesome to publish. No matter the genre, platform, or IP, we bring great ideas to life. Our teams work, among other titles, in our new unannounced title, a 2D cyberpunk action platformer with a focus on combat and mobility, Aeon Drive, the Switch version of Othercide (a AAA game from Focus interactive), the Xbox one/Series X version of Alba: A Wildlife Adventure (by Ustwo games) and more…. for all major consoles and PC.

We are hiring a Game Programmer and Assistant Producer. You can view (and share) all of our open roles here.

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