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Game development management job descriptions and salary ranges in the UK.

Job Title/Salary Alternative Titles Job Description
Development Director £50,000-£100,000  Director of Development, VP Product DevelopmentHead of Development Head of Studio  The Development Director is responsible for ensuring the successful delivery of all projects within a development studio on time and within budget. They control the financial and other resources needed for all projects and co-ordinate the work of all production teams. 
Executive Producer £40,000-£70,000  Head Producer, Senior Producer, Senior Development Manager, Production Manager  The Executive Producer is responsible for ensuring the successful delivery of multiple projects within a game franchise, on time and within budget. They control the financial and other resources needed for a project and co-ordinate the work of several production teams, making sure that the quality and vision of the game is maintained across different formats, whatever problems may arise. 
Producer £28,000-£55,000  Development Manager, Project Manager The Producer is responsible for ensuring the successful delivery of a game, on time and within budget. They control the financial and other resources needed for a project and co-ordinate the work of the production team, making sure that the quality and vision of the game is maintained, whatever problems may arise. The Producer has to know the value of everybody’s contribution to a game and keep an overview of the entire process from start to finish. 
QA Manager £25,000-£50,000  Head of QA, Playtest Manager, QA Project Manager, QC Manager, Test Manager  A manager of testers and lead testers. Responsible for handling personnel issues, equipment needs, and costs incurred by their teams.

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1 comment to Game development management job descriptions and salary ranges in the UK.

  • Josh Dixon

    Hey,

    Im still in high school but am looking for which colleges to apply to. Id love to do something with video games when i go to work since it is one of a few things i am really passionate about and can do for hours. Id like to have some information so i could know which colleges would suit the courses i need to take to pursue a career in game development.

    Would appreciate some info :)

    Cheers,

    Josh