Tripwire Interactive is looking for talented and passionate individuals to join our team! Founded in 2005, Tripwire is a leading video game developer and publisher known for acclaimed titles like Red Orchestra/Rising Storm, the Killing Floor series, and Maneater. After becoming a part of The Embracer Group in 2022, we are now laser-focused on what’s next for the studio.

Tripwire is proud to be located at the heart of Georgia’s bustling entertainment industry in a historic and affordable suburb of Atlanta: Roswell, GA. Yet modern work standards have allowed us to open our doors to developers across the continental U.S. and beyond. Whether you’re working remotely out of state, commuting to our office, or somewhere in between, we offer a flexible environment designed to help all developers produce their best work. 

If you’re a talented, dedicated, and passionate individual ready to join a dynamic team, we’d love to hear from you! For more information on Tripwire’s Next-Gen Remote Work Policy click here.


  • Oversee all of Tripwire’s internal Production
  • Lead pre-production efforts to speak to project schedules and critical dates, laying production groundwork for games
  • Develop schedules with internal and external teams/team leads and with executive management
  • Manage projects to schedule, highlighting task priorities, departmental interdependencies, and resource issues and risks
  • Maintain communications with all team members, team leads, and executive management, internally and externally
  • Partner with supporting functional teams, including publishing, marketing, finance, licensing, quality assurance and customer service
  • Partner with QA team closely to ensure clear flow of game from development pipeline into QA testing process
  • Understand and plan for all project deliverables, including internally and externally required build and marketing/PR needs
  • Identify production issues and conflicts between schedule, cost, and project scope targets and offering solutions
  • Handle risk management, raising them early and often, with suggested contingency plans
  • Assist in producing and maintaining the related budgets and cost forecasts for the projects
  • Oversee the hiring of production staff including participating in resume reviews, interview screens and active recruiting
  • Supervise the work of the production team by providing individual feedback and/or organizing group reviews to ensure that the team’s work meets quality standard and remains in line with the production vision
  • Maintain a creative environment, motivate all developers, nurture team health and foster a culture of success
  • Understand and contribute to company goals and core values while bringing a positive and collaborative approach to all project related activities


  • A minimum of 10 years in the production field as a Senior Producer or Executive Producer, and 15+ years in the video games industry
  • Multiplayer games experience with post launch live ops model
  • Demonstrated record of shipping multiple AA/AAA games on PC/console
  • Project management experience, including Scrum, Kanban, and traditional waterfall methodologies and tools, as well as the ability to prioritize and solve problems.
  • Expert knowledge of working with systems and processes that support chosen project management approach
  • In-depth experience with working in JIRA
  • Strong communication and inter-personal skills, leading to a demonstrated ability to work within a team structure
  • Strong conflict resolution skills
  • Recognized ability to build and lead large teams
  • Assertive and outstanding team player with a high level of emotional intelligence
  • Exhibited ability to mentor employees at all levels
  • Strong knowledge of Video Game Industry/Market Awareness
  • Bachelor's degree, or equivalent work experience


  • Profit Share
  • Medical, Dental, & Vision 100% of premiums for the family covered by Tripwire
  • Up to 30 days of PTO
  • 16 paid Holidays
  • Short Term Disability & Long Term Disability
  • 401k Match
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • Flexible Hours
  • Employee & Family Team Building Events
  • Volunteer Days


Tripwire Interactive offers a highly competitive salary and benefits package (401K, health care, quarterly profit share) and a professional but non-corporate environment.

REMOTE (Please note: you must meet the legal requirements to work in the USA, including visas and work permits, if you are not a US Citizen.)

Core Hours 10am to 4pm EST

Salary: Up to $150,000-$175,000 Depending on Experience




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