We are looking for a Producer to project manage the development of Chorus: An Adventure Musical and work with the team as we grow.
We are passionate about hiring the right people and encourage diverse applicants to apply. Perspective and life experience are valuable and important. We are a team diverse on a number of axes, and are excited to explore and expand in order to make the very best games we can.
This role is a full-time, permanent position located in Melbourne, Australia. It is open to Australian citizens, residents, and those legally able to live and work in Australia (such as NZ citizens/residents) and live in or are prepared to move to Melbourne (once COVID restrictions lift). Unfortunately, we are not able to support international work visas, and this is not a remote role.
You will be working to refine Chorus’ production timeline and proactively assist the team in creating and meeting milestones, creating process, removing barriers to work, and finding ways the team can be more efficient.
At its core, this role is about people and relationships. Our ideal candidate is an empathetic role-model who embodies servant leadership and has the ability to coach a team to achievement in positive and healthy ways.
The remuneration range for this role is $70-80k AUD package depending on experience. The role would ideally begin January 2021.
If you meet most of these criteria, we encourage you to apply. We are more than happy to talk to applicants from other industries with equivalent experience. We are particularly welcoming of diverse applicants, but are interested in anyone and everyone who feels they would be a valuable addition to our team!
To apply, send an email to email@example.com with “Producer Role” in the title, along with your cover letter and resume.
Applications close November 29th, 2020.
About Chorus: An Adventure Musical
Chorus is an adventure musical -- one part narrative-driven adventure and one part interactive musical, written by former BioWare lead writer David Gaider, scored by award-winning composer Austin Wintory, voice directed by acclaimed actor and director, Troy Baker, and starring the extremely talented Laura Bailey.
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