IT'S A GREAT TIME TO JOIN DARK BURN CREATIVE

Dark Burn Creative, a division of Trailer Park Group (TPG) is one of gaming's most prominent and growing entertainment marketing agencies, specializing in global content creation, trailers/promotions, and gameplay capture. We combine our creative storytelling expertise with large-scale production resources, uniquely positioning us to create, market, and distribute gaming content for our diverse client portfolio of top gaming development companies and major brands.

Dark Burn Creative is hiring entry-level Game Capture Artists based in Woodland Hills, California. Your mission will be to work alongside our creative team to help create epic gameplay trailer footage! 

Get paid to play games!   

Please note this position requires on-site/in-office work in Woodland Hills, California.

The opportunity:

Are you passionate about gaming? Do you know every nook and cranny of your favorite video game? Would you like a career in capturing and saving video gameplay moments? If so, we'd love to learn more about you!

What you will do in this role:

  • Get paid to play video games.
  • Provide feedback for the game and check for bugs.
  • Quality control related to game content and continuity.
  • Report and communicate those bugs with the Gaming Development Team.
  • Capture and save incredible gameplay moments.
  • Craft precise shot lists detailing great gameplay sequences, camera angles & unique elements.

About you:

  • You’re a walking encyclopedia on all things video games and you LOVE playing those games.
  • You have a keen eye for detail and love pointing out inconsistencies in sports or game play by plays.
  • You have experience with at least one of the following: Photography, Cinematography, or Digital Art
  • You pride yourself in proficient PC skills and familiarity with popular mainstream gaming consoles (Xbox, PS5, Nintendo Switch, etc.).
  • Your communication and time management skills are excellent.
  • You're a positive influence in the workplace and a great team member.
  • 1 year experience in game capture experience preferred.

Our people and culture

We strive to make Trailer Park Group one of the most rewarding places you will ever work. We work tirelessly to create an inclusive culture that empowers our people to be who they are, contribute their unique perspectives, and make a difference individually and collectively. It enables us to leverage different ideas and perspectives and bring creativity and innovation to everything we do.

Professional and creative development

From on-the-job learning experiences to formal development programs, our staff has a variety of opportunities to continue to grow throughout their career. We believe there's always room to learn from entry-level employees to senior leaders. We offer a best-in-class editor training program and opportunities to build new skills, develop as managers and leaders, and connect and thrive through mentorship.

We see you

Trailer Park Group (Trailer Park Studios, Trailer Park, Dark Burn Creative, Art Machine, Mirada Studios, MXW, TPG Studios, White Turtle Studios) is proud to be an equal-opportunity employer committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We view everyone as an individual and understand that inclusion is more than just diversity – it's about belonging. We celebrate that everyone is unique, which makes us so good at what we do. We pride ourselves on being a company that embraces difference and represents the global clients for whom we create beautiful work.

We can't wait to do great work with you. Apply today!

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COMPENSATION:

If your requirements fall outside of the below pay range, we’d still love to talk. Trailer Park Group is a growing organization with opportunities at all levels, and we are always in the market for great talent to come join us in achieving our mission.

We can’t wait to meet you!

Hourly pay range for this position is below. If your requirements fall outside of the below pay range, we still encourage you to apply.
$17$17 USD

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