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PlayStation also strives to create an inclusive environment that empowers employees and embraces diversity. We welcome and encourage everyone who has a passion and curiosity for innovation, technology, and play to explore our open positions and join our growing global team.

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Nous recherchons un·e Producteur·trice Technique expérimenté·e pour rejoindre notre équipe. Vous serez chargé·e de diriger des équipes d'ingénierie pluridisciplinaires, de piloter les feuilles de route des produits, de planifier les exigences, d'identifier les risques techniques et de fournir des analyses et des recommandations aux parties prenantes du projet. Vous travaillerez en étroite collaboration avec le directeur technique, le directeur du jeu et le directeur de production pour donner vie à la vision créative du projet. Vous gérerez une équipe multidisciplinaire d'ingénierie du gameplay, vous établirez les priorités de leur travail et vous piloterez le développement du produit.



Le·a Producteur·trice Technique relèvera du Directeur de la Production.

Responsabilités et tâches

  • Planifier les livrables avec les chef·fe·s de projet et les directeur·trice·s, valider la faisabilité et diriger le développement tout au long du cycle de vie du projet.

  • Tirer parti de vos connaissances et de votre expertise pour assurer l'alignement technique, coordonner les dépendances, attribuer les tâches et diriger le processus de prise de décision.

  • Décomposer les livrables techniques complexes, créer et gérer la feuille de route du projet et tenir les parties prenantes informées, conscientes des risques et des compromis.

  • Motiver et permettre à des équipes pluridisciplinaires de faire avancer des sujets techniques complexes.

  • Gérer les opérations quotidiennes d'une équipe multidisciplinaire dans un environnement agile tout en gardant un œil sur la santé de l'équipe et l'état du développement.

  • Encadrez et développez les membres de l'équipe, notamment en établissant des plans de développement, en évaluant leurs performances professionnelles et en veillant aux opportunités de carrière et à leur bien-être.

  • Participer au processus de recrutement ; mener des entretiens, évaluer les compétences, l'expérience et la compatibilité des candidats avec la culture de l'équipe et de l'organisation.


Qualifications recherchées

  •  Diplôme de bachelor en informatique, en ingénierie ou expérience professionnelle pertinente équivalente.

  • 5 à 7 ans d'expérience professionnelle pertinente dans un environnement technique ou de développement de logiciels, dans la gestion de projets impliquant des équipes d'ingénieurs pluridisciplinaires.

  • Expérience de la gestion directe de personnes ou d'équipes d'ingénieurs pluridisciplinaires.

  • Solides compétences organisationnelles et capacité à résoudre efficacement les problèmes grâce à un bagage technique complet.

  • Compétences démontrées en matière de leadership pour diriger des sujets, susciter l'adhésion et faire avancer les sujets.

  • Capable de décomposer des projets techniques complexes, d'élaborer des plans de développement solides et de diriger le développement de produits.

  • Vous êtes à l'aise pour discuter de sujets techniques complexes avec des programmeur·euse·s et capable de synthétiser l'information dans un format facile à comprendre pour les parties prenantes non techniques.

  • Excellentes compétences en communication, tant à l'écrit qu'à l'oral. 


Qualifications souhaitées

  • Expérience des méthodologies de développement de logiciels comme Agile et Kanban.

  • Expérience approfondie de JIRA.

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