Brighton and Hove, United Kingdom
Permanent | Full Time
Project Manager in Brighton – or fully remote!
Are you an experienced Project Manager that’s excited by the future of VR and AR and wants to use your love of emerging technology to help people connect and work together in these unique times?
A Brighton based interactive studio is looking for someone to help with numerous projects including their own in-house platform and a VR Esports platform.
As Project Manager you will manage multiple projects and have a real impact on the delivery of the company. In exchange you will be able to work fully remotely, even when everyone else goes back to the office!
Project Manager Responsibilities:
Work with Gantt charts (other similar visual project planning software) to track and manage project dependencies
Managing the budget across projects
Co-ordinate the team to ensure everything is delivered in the expected timeframe
Track the progress of the project by carrying out monitoring and control activities
Manage risks throughout the process and identify any others as they arise
Building QA documentation for bug tracking, session testing etc
Provide weekly reports to document project status
Upon delivery of the project you will evaluate successes and challenges
Requirements for this role:
You will need demonstratable experience and success with each responsibility in the above list
Experience in either games development or real-time 3D applications.
It would also be beneficial if you have worked with Unity engine previously
Tags: Project Management, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality
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