You are a creative problem-solver and enjoy wearing many hats. Producers at EA are inspiring leaders who manage the development team throughout the life of a project to maintain state-of-the-art gameplay. As a Producer at EA, you will ensure that Game Designers can deliver on game expectations, provide leadership on market trends, and recognize, find and develop economically viable and innovative new game ideas and concepts. Producers play a crucial role in ensuring the game is a success.
EA has Production Internship and Co-op opportunities for current students in Redwood City (CA), Orlando (FL), Austin (TX), Salt Lake City (UT), and Vancouver (BC).
- Currently enrolled in a Bachelor’s degree program in Game Design, BusinessAdministration, CS, Communication or related field
Able to multi-task with exceptional problem-solving, organizational, time and
resource management skills
Knowledge of MS Office productivity software such as Outlook, Project, PowerPoint,
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Familiar with video game industry past, present and future
- An avid gamer
Sarah, Assistant Producer, Office of the Chief Creative Officer – Redwood Shores
I love working at EA because it is similar to a college environment in many ways, which is particularly helpful immediately post-graduation. You have your friends, peers and coworkers here, who share your interests and ambitions, and they collaborate with you to make those ambitions a reality; and then you have mentors who facilitate your learning and guide you through your job’s challenges. And, it helps that this all is in the context of a game-filled, inherently playful environment. The Chief Creative Office is unlike any other workplace – there are no bounds in what you can attempt to do. The group’s goal is to explore unknown territory, a sometimes scary but always exciting task. EA is a large company, but each department functions as a small sub-unit with its own culture, and it continues to surprise me how much this place feels like a startup collective, rather than its perception as one big company.