Creative Producer H/F

Job description

About the job :


We’re looking for a Creative Producer to join us here at Focus Home Interactive, based in Paris, France. As part of our Editorial team, you'll work in both the Marketing and Production departments on our full catalogue of exciting releases!

You will be responsible for taking ownership of a variety of marketing and production tasks, including:


  • Creation of marketing creative guidelines

  • Participating in Production meetings, discussions and decisions on games

  • Meeting journalists or partners and presenting games at industry events

  • Writing of marketing materials (including PR texts, back of box, trailer scripts, etc.)

  • Producing game feedback and summary documents for specific Production department requests

  • Recording gameplay for trailers, PR or partners

  • Editorializing and providing feedback on interviews with developers

For these tasks you will work under the Senior Creative Producer, in conjunction with the Brand team, Trade Marketing team, Video team, PR team, Line Production team and our Game Development partners.


Job requirements


Requirements

  • Professional experience in a marketing, production, journalism, consultancy, or other related role within a creative industry (3+ years)

  • Excellent written and spoken english

  • Wide knowledge and passion for video games and the industry

  • Ability to work autonomously on a variety of projects and tasks

  • Creative and eager to push new ideas with confidence

About Focus : 

OUR PASSION. YOUR STORIES.

Focus offers fresh and unique experiences to players around the world. Our editorial policy stands out thanks to innovative concepts, inventive gameplay and original worlds that transcend the boundaries of video games. With over 20 years’ experience and success, we put our passion and creativity at the service of gaming by creating unforgettable stories. For everyone's entertainment.

  • This position is onsite at our Paris office, with a relocation package offered.
  • Knowledge of the French language is not necessary for this role, but lessons will be offered as part of the relocation process.