Media Molecule - About Us!

We are a small, diverse studio with a family vibe. Self-motivation, knowledge of your craft, and willingness to push the boundaries of what is possible are important qualities for prospective Molecules. In return, we offer flexible working, inclusivity, a highly collaborative approach to development and really quite marvellous benefits and perks. 

Do you love creating with the Dreams tools and are looking for a way to make it into a full time job? Media Molecule are seeking an experienced content creator to join the community team… and creation experience in Dreams is the main requirement for the job.

We're after someone who is really proficient in Dreams creation, who can create quickly and efficiently and loves to use their imagination. In this role you’ll work on a variety of projects, be it creating content for our social channels, upcoming events, livestreams, marketing projects and more.

This is an exciting opportunity for folks who want to take their creating in Dreams to the next level.

What you’ll be doing

  • Working as an integral part of the Community Team at Media Molecule (with dotted lines to Art/Creative Directors).
  • Creating content in Dreams to support the needs of community, marketing and events. This will be include taking direction from those groups as well as thinking creatively about content for those areas.
  • Supporting Community education via creation of how to videos, forums, glossaries etc.
  • Collaborating with different departments at Media Molecule on content needs.
  • Participating in livestreams, live demos and other public facing opportunities.
  • Helping to shape and evolve this role – this position is new to us!

A little bit about you

You’re a Dreams expert! You know the tools and are happy to take on new challenges using them. When working, you'll happily sketch out ideas and draw up pitches for your proposals, as well as collaborating with the larger team to make sure project objectives are met. This is a new role so we’re looking for someone who enjoys a breaking new ground, creative problem solving and, of course, making!

Requirements

  • A strong portfolio of content made using Dreams.
  • Able to work on own initiative or work well in a team.
  • Be a creative thinker who enjoys problem solving.
  • Be able to create a variety of different looks or styles.

This is a permanent position.


Before you apply

Media Molecule is an equal opportunity employer. Recruitment selection is based on objective, job-related criteria, as well as a commitment to diversity. Applicants will be chosen on their merits and abilities.


Tips for getting hired!

Words are not enough! We need to see what you make: a portfolio, showreel, demo…send us a curated selection of your work that shows just the pieces you’re most proud of. Don’t be afraid to show us your personal work alongside your professional projects… just make sure we have your best creations to look at. We’re certainly excited to see portfolios made in Dreams as well.

Be yourself. We are a studio that encourages our team think creatively, to play with new technology and jam on individual ideas. We love seeing the personality of everyone at Media Molecule reflected in Dreams and so it’s YOU and YOUR STYLE that we are interested in learning about.

Embrace collaboration. Dreams is a very collaborative project and Media Molecule loves a game jam, so we need team members that can work well together – sometimes across departments that don’t traditionally overlap. Maybe you already work on a team, or manage a guild or play in a band – we’d love to hear how you get on collaborating with others.

Go for it. Media Molecule is filled with people with all sorts of previous experiences – straight from university, from jobs outside the industry, from AAA studios and indie ones, etc. We are after people who fit the roles we are hiring for not a specific number of years in the industry. Some roles benefit from certain experience, of course, but otherwise we are very open. We make creative games, and creativity is something we all enjoy. If you are interested then please apply – and don’t forget that portfolio!

What you get

On top of all the things we already mentioned, you’ll also get to be part of a talented, diverse team of people, get a tip top benefits package, including private health and life insurance, income protection and all that jazz, a competitive salary, a winning bonus scheme, London weighting, a personal development fund, being a name and not a number, organic fruit, really comfy chairs, and the occasional hug. Our main studio is based in Guildford, and we now also have a small office in Brighton.

Find out what it's like to work here


If the all of those job requirements seem to be describing you, and you like the sound of working at Media Molecule, then you should apply at once!

 

 

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