Good Trouble Introduction
Good Trouble’s mission is to create games that put player experience and accessibility at the forefront, striving to raise the bar for equity, diversity, and approachability in games. As a remote-first studio, we welcome applications from US-based collaborators regardless of race, ethnicity, age, gender, religion, sexual orientation, identity, or ability.
Are you interested in working at Good Trouble, but don’t see a job posting that quite matches your skills and experience? No worries! We’re always looking for the best people to join our incredible team. If you're passionate about making engaging and accessible games, we wholeheartedly invite you to reach out. There might not be a spot for you at the moment, but you never know! Please send any relevant materials such as your personal site, portfolio, LinkedIn page, and a short 1-page (max) letter explaining why you should join the team.
Regardless of role, Good Trouble is a remote-first team. This means everyone should be thrive in an asynchronous work environment, where colleagues might be +/- 3 hours compared to your time zone.
Being an exclusively remote studio, autonomy and accountability are key. As a Good Trouble employee, you will not be micromanaged or expected to micromanage others. Team members are expected to keep their own schedules and organize their own tasks. Our structure means that we all share a great deal of trust in the completion of labor, and that we’ll stick on task and on schedule.
In general, we seek teammates that have at least 1 shipped game. As the studio and our ability to support entry-level and junior folks grows, we'll refine this requirement.
Deep familiarity or certification with the Unity game engine
Experience with shipping a Real-Time Strategy and/or Multiplayer game
Who You Are
You're detail-oriented and thrive with autonomy. You know how to give constructive and empathetic feedback, and have great communication skills. Regardless of role, you're comfortable sharing in-progress work, and you're comfortable proactively checking in throughout the day to keep everyone informed.
Ready to Apply?
Please submit the following to email@example.com with the subject line “Open Application”
Resume and relevant materials
Equal Opportunity Disclaimer
We strongly encourage people of color, women, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and non-binary people, parents, and individuals with disabilities to apply. Good Trouble is an equal opportunity workplace and welcomes everyone to our team. If you need reasonable adjustments at any point in the application or interview process, please let us know.
In your application, please feel free to note which pronouns you use (For example - she/her, he/him, they/them, etc).