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Producer

We don’t do endless client handholding; we ARE the client.

–So, we get to produce things really quickly!

 

A little about us

Founded in Denmark in 2001, SteelSeries created the first gaming surface, headset, and mechanical keyboard. We’ve gone on to become the most winning brand in the history of esports. We’re looking forward to telling you what’s next.

 

 

The job

We’re looking for a producer that helps us make ideas happen.

We’re in rapid growth and rubbing shoulders with mega-brands that have 100x the marketing budget but lack the creative will.

You’ll be taking an active role in guiding creative the world hasn’t seen before.

 

You

You don’t have to be a big gamer nerd, but you need to be fascinated by it.

You specialize in keeping film productions on track and have the capacity to take on project management tasks.

You know that creativity comes first.

You’re an octopus that thrives in a vibrant, sometimes chaotic, fast-moving environment.

You’re super organized.

 

Aspirations

The top

 

Us

We develop global branding, design, and advertising for digital channels first, and sometimes TV / outdoor.

We’re an in-house creative agency, with 10 of the best creatives in the industry.

Our audience is global, and our office is in Copenhagen.

 

The tasks

  • Production planning for multiple parallel productions, films, and campaigns.
  • Project / Traffic management
  • Link up with external agencies, and other internal teams
  • Negotiate contracts with externals

 

Requirements

  • 5+ years of experience with agencies or film studios
  • Available to link up with other time zones; US and Asia 2+ days pr. week.
  • Experience with planning media and versioning

 

What we provide

  • A safe place to play
  • Challenge to be the best of you
  • Whatever hardware/software/training you need

 

How to apply

  • Resume
  • Examples of 3-5 projects you’re proud of + a breakdown of your role in them (no free riders)
  • A bite-sized cover letter

 

 

 

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