Ubisoft is currently building out our Gameplan team, which is focused on creating gameplay videos that help our players improve their skills, enabling them to get the most out of their experience with Ubisoft products. This requires working as a team to capture thousands of hours of gameplay, process footage into short-form pieces of content that are distributed both in-game and on Ubisoft owned channels.
The successful candidate will play a key role in connecting the various content creation powerhouses available to the team. This includes internal resources, external agencies, and content creators within our communities.
The ideal candidate for this position is motivated by seeing their work published on highly visible channels, and consistently improving their craft with feedback and performance optimizations. They’ll have experience contributing to large projects while delivering videos on-time and at the highest quality.
The position will be based out of the Cary. NC Ubisoft location.
Candidates for this position should have a thorough understanding of modern video game genres and platforms, including hands-on experience in gameplay capture, video production editing, and content publishing. It’s also expected that this person can play games at a high level.
Skills and Knowledge
Ubisoft is committed to creating an inclusive work environment that reflects the diversity of our player community. We are an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age or disability status.
Skills and competencies show up in different forms and can be based on different experiences, that's why we strongly encourage you to apply even though you may not have all the requirements listed above.
At Ubisoft, you can come as you are. We embrace diversity in all its forms. We’re committed to fostering a work environment that is inclusive and respectful of all differences.
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