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Rare: we're not your typical developer. Our 30+ years in the game-making business have been dedicated to crafting one beloved title after another, constantly trying new things, and infusing the fun we have every day into the games we create. Check out the Rare Replay collection for three whirlwind decades of evidence! We strive to keep Rare a fantastic place to work, from its beautiful location and state-of-the-art facilities to a strong focus on work/life balance.
If you're a keen gamer, chances are you've already caught wind of our epic shared world pirate adventure Sea of Thieves, released in March 2018 and a journey we're committed to for the long haul even as we begin to think about what's out there beyond the horizon. With every day bringing new challenges and discoveries in equal measure, there's never been a more rewarding time to join our daredevil crew!
Location: Rare - Microsoft Studios – Twycross, Warwickshire
Want a role in the industry that puts you at the heart of development, where no day is the same? We’re looking for a Production Intern to work on our exciting game team!
As our Production Intern, you will be responsible for supporting the day-to-day processes across the team. You will be working closely with leads across various disciplines, attending daily team stand-ups and driving the delivery of roadmap features.
It will be a hugely exciting role where you will be heavily involved in the running of the team, with as much responsibility as you can handle and supported by a world class production team.
If you're interested in a production role in the games industry, there is no better place than Rare. Not only would you be working in our top-class facility, but you’ll be supported by some of the best game developers in the industry.
We value the fresh mindset and exciting ideas that come with our interns and support their growth wherever possible. In turn, we’re looking for individuals who want to make the best out of their year with us and develop as individuals.
We're a forward-thinking studio, always looking for ways to improve how we work, and we'd welcome your suggestions. Come and help us make awesome games!
- Support teams on a day-to-day basis through team catch-ups and daily stand-ups, removing blockers and championing the right level of complexity for features.
- Work to ensure that teams continue to be empowered to make decisions and define solutions.
- Work with teams to identify new work, and to understand priorities and dependencies before adding them to the roadmap.
- Support the wider production team by keeping the project moving forward at all times.
- Ability to work well in a team environment.
- Strong communication skills and confidence in dealing with complex situations.
- Strong self-motivation and attention to detail.
- Enthusiasm for games.
Please note: it is not essential to have experience in computer games development or to be on a games-specific course.
Microsoft is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, ancestry, color, family or medical care leave, gender identity or expression, genetic information, marital status, medical condition, national origin, physical or mental disability, political affiliation, protected veteran status, race, religion, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by applicable laws, regulations and ordinances.
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