ABOUT THE POSITION
Private Division is a developer-focused publisher that empowers independent studios to develop the games that they are passionate about creating, while providing the support that they need to make their titles critically and commercially successful on a global scale. Announced as a new division of Take-Two Interactive Software, the label publishes Kerbal Space Program, The Outer Worlds, Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey, Disintegration, and more. Private Division is headquartered in New York City with offices in Seattle, Munich, Singapore, and Las Vegas.
A Release Coordinator is a junior role at Private Division that will assist the Release team (part of the Production department) to release our games, updates, submit ratings and other content on all supported platforms. This role will support Release Managers with first party submissions, and will also communicate across departments (Production, QA, Marketing) and with developers and first party partners. The Release Coordinator naturally excels at planning and organization, loves games and thinks deeply about them and most of all is willing to roll up their sleeves and learn a lot!
WHAT YOU’LL TAKE ON
- Supports the planning process for all game releases.
- Assist in the tracking of tasks involved in a release (game submissions, patch submissions, marketing materials submissions, international ratings submissions, etc).
- Prepare first party submissions: patch submissions, storefront updates, etc.
- Support the creation of international age rating materials for our games. This may entail capturing game footage, grabbing screenshots, creating documentation, communicating with our release team and the devs about game content, etc.
- Maintain internal documentation about first party processes, release management, etc., update as needed.
- Travel, both domestic and international, may be required (once it is safe to do so).
WHAT YOU BRING
- A love and understanding of games coupled with a curiosity for the full production and release cycle.
- Some experience in game development (production, QA, etc) and has experienced part of the development lifecycle in a commercial or student project.
- An enthusiasm to work on a game publishing team and learn new tools and a variety of processes that go into a release.
- An eagerness to tackle multiple projects at once.
- Attention to detail, able to both follow existing processes and apply creative solutions/help create new processes.
- Experience with first party submissions and tools (Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo, Valve, etc) is a plus.
- Highly adaptable to a variety of situations, and curious about potential improvements.
- Excellent organizational, interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills.
- Proficiency with current Microsoft consumer level products.
WHAT WE OFFER YOU:
- Great Company Culture. Ranked as one of the most creative and innovative places to work, creativity, innovation, efficiency, diversity and philanthropy are among the core tenets of our organization and are integral drivers of our continued success.
- Growth: As a global entertainment company, we pride ourselves on creating environments where employees are encouraged to be themselves, inquisitive, collaborative and to grow within and around the company.
- Benefits. Medical (HSA & FSA), dental, vision, 401(k) with company match, employee stock purchase plan, commuter benefits, in-house wellness program, broad learning & development opportunities, a charitable giving platform with company match and more!
- Perks. Fitness allowance, employee discount programs, free games & events, stocked pantries and the ability to earn up to $500+ per year for taking care of yourself and more!
Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc. (“T2”) is proud to be an equal opportunity employer, which means we are committed to creating and celebrating diverse thoughts, cultures, and backgrounds throughout our organization. Employment at T2 is based on substantive ability, objective qualifications, and work ethic – not an individual’s race, creed, color, religion, sex or gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin or ancestry, alienage or citizenship status, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, age, genetic information, veteran status, marital status, status as a victim of domestic violence or sex offenses, reproductive health decision, or any other characteristics protected by applicable law.