Executive Producer
Film - Universal City, CA

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Role Summary:
The Executive Producer is a senior-level position within the Universal Digital Platforms Group.

Essential Responsibilities:
  • Strategic planning with DPG & UP&L management to develop game and digital product positioning, content roadmaps, and revenue projections.
  • Participation in new business pitches to potential game/digital partners.
  • Key Universal liaison with product development personnel at 3rd party game partners, on a project-by-project basis and to build relationships in both the publishing and development communities.
  • Oversight of all aspects of the game development processes, including review/management of game concept creation, schedules, budgets (where appropriate) and approval process.
  • Creation/implementation of digital product development processes where appropriate.
  • Evaluation of emerging technology platforms for future game development and content delivery opportunities.
  • Management of game production consultant(s).

    Basic Qualifications:
  • Proven track record as a games executive producer at either the publisher or developer level. Substantiated game credits required.
  • Thorough understanding of the game development process, from conception to finished game; from technology evaluation to quality assurance. Working knowledge of a variety of gaming platforms including console, online, and mobile.
  • Strong relationships in the game publishing and development communities.
  • Ability to create and manage game development schedules and budgets.
  • Outstanding verbal and written communication skills, as well as presentation skills, appropriate for internal and external audiences.
  • 4-year college degree.

    Eligibility Requirements:
  • Interested candidates must submit a resume/CV online to be considered
  • Must be willing submit to a background investigation
  • Must be 18 years or older
  • Must have unrestricted work authorization to work in the United States
  • Must be covered by Solutions, NBCU’s Alternative Dispute Resolution Program

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