Welcome to Striking Distance Studios!

Driven by people. Inspired by challenges. Relentless to deliver creative excellence.

At the intersection of art, design and technology lies Striking Distance Studios.  Led by Dead Space and Call of Duty franchise veteran Glen Schofield, a new AAA development studio has risen within the San Ramon Hills of the San Francisco Bay Area. We have planted roots in beautiful Bishop Ranch and are now building our flagship state-of-the-art development studio establishing the East Bay as the new up and coming creative and technological hub we know it to be.  

LED BY DEAD SPACE AND CALL OF DUTY FRANCHISE VETERAN GLEN SCHOFIELD, the development team at Striking Distance Studios is hard at work on its first game, The Callisto Protocol, a single player and story-driven survival horror game set in a prison colony on Jupiter’s moon Callisto. Here at Striking Distance Studios it is amazing people, an immersive experience and a passion for excellence that drives us each day.  We are looking for people who push themselves creatively and learn with every new challenge.  We give you the setting and the opportunity to do work you are proud of.  We’re looking for the best to come join us and become part of a world-class team.

To us excellence is not a skill, but an attitude!

 

Responsibilities:

  • Using everything from internet search tools to meetup attendance to discover and engage top talent in the technology, gaming, and entertainment
  • Building engaged and managed pipelines with ready-now and ready-later top talent
  • Building relationships within industries and functions which will lead to the best talent in the market
  • Engaging top talent in the industry; inspiring them to explore opportunities with us.
  • Helping to define, design and implement a sourcing practice for Striking Distance Studios
  • Contributing ideas and practices to our fast-paced, dynamic, quality driven recruiting team as they relate to your area of expertise

 

Qualifications:

  • Artistic and/or Engineering Recruitment and Sourcing in video games and/or Entertainment a must
  • Ability to juggle and switch priorities while sourcing across various departments
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to effectively network and interface with all levels of teams and leadership
  • Experience engaging with hiring managers and establishing credibility with your deep understanding of their teams, objectives, and talent profiles
  • You thrive in a fast-paced, frequently changing environment, are results driven and always operate with a sense of urgency
  • Full professional proficiency in English

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