Barcelona | Posted 02/15/2019
Outsourcing Art Supervisor
We are a world reference social game developer and publisher for Mobile and Facebook. Ever heard of Dragon City, Monster Legends, World Chef or Dragon Land? That’s us! Our Social Point egg hatched in 2008 and we’ve only been growing since then!
A few numbers: We have over 50 million fans worldwide and there’s just about 350 of us to create super cool games for them all from 1 unique office in sunny Barcelona.
Over the years, we did so well that Take Two Interactive asked us to join their gaming family in February 2017.
Our dream and our purpose:
To work together to make games that connect players through social gaming and to provide the most enjoyable, immersive playing experience.
Your mission: (if you accept it!)
The Outsourcing Art Supervisor is responsible for revisions on processes, briefs and documentation.
You will be responsible for providing feedback to vendors based on art guidelines, as well as prioritizing and ensuring the delivery of tasks in alignment with product and management.
You will ensure art and technical requirements are met based on product definition and guidelines.
You will ensure and facilitate communication with internal departments and external vendors.
You will be passionate about motivating and developing team members acting as a mentor, providing training in technical, artistic and industry knowledge and assist in recruitment.
You will execute sound judgment, clear decision making and poise during stressful situations
What’s in it for you?
First, we can offer you an exciting and challenging role within a dynamic and friendly team.
Sounds like what other companies also say they have? Hold on, there is way more than just that!
If you are new to sunny Barcelona you can also join our Newbies Club: we offer weekend activities once a month, Spanish lessons and help with all your boring paperwork!
The list just goes on and on...
Working at Social Point
I work with great people, and when you have a team around you that you feel good with, work really becomes a pleasure.
We work hard, but there are so many rewards. I’ve worked in different studios and environments, so I can really appreciate the feel-good factor here.