• Mentor, supervise, and support performance management of fellow designers
  • Allocate/delegate duties and follow the evolution of the team’s progress on game design deliverables
  • Assist fellow leads and managers in implementation of company policies and department initiatives and processes to help grow the team
  • Assist in the recruitment and onboarding of new game designers
  • Work with and participate in decision-making with managers and producers in determining project scope, resources, and priorities for the design team and project
  • Work closely with other disciplines (programming, art, producers, QA, etc.) to help align the team on the design direction of a project
  • Communicate directly with the client or external partners with respect to design aspects of the project
  • Set the design direction of a game by composing concept proposals and pitches, game design documents, feature specifications, game pillars and the intended player experience
  • Critically analyze, deconstruct, and test own and team's designs and address feedback
  • Contribute to design prototyping, testing, balancing, and gameplay refinements
  • Remain up to date with tools, methods, trends and technologies, share these with the team and apply them


  • At least 4 years of experience in game design, shipped at least 2 titles (regardless of platform)
  • A passion for games, making games, and leading people
  • Has excellent interpersonal skills and is a highly organized clear thinker
  • Strong command of English and effective verbal and written communication skills
  • Knowledgeable in various gaming platforms, trends, and game production developments
  • Proficient in wireframing and graphics tools such as Photoshop or Figma
  • Experience in the basic use of game engines (either Unity, Unreal), maneuvering tools and/or whiteboxing
  • Ability to mentor and lead fellow game designers
  • A history of successfully leading a team or taking on project leadership roles

Work-from-Home Requirements:

  • Stable Internet Connection
  • Means to be trained/work properly online and engage on at least voice calls for meetings and discussions