The Company:

Based in the heart of London’s theatre district, our talent lies in a good eye for collaboration and our commitment to refining the art of voice production and performance, drawing on our experience and expertise to deliver exceptional results. Founded in 2008, Liquid Violet was the first Keywords Studios UK acquisition, and is now part of a collective of 60+ international studios servicing the games industry. We built our dedicated facility in 2018, and expanded our services in 2019 to include exceptional English dubbing and original animation voice production.

The Role:

Producer, Interactive is responsible for all aspects of voice production for interactive clients across the Audio Development and Localisation service lines. Reporting to the Interactive Lead, this role oversees the project management of casting and dialogue recording for various high-profile games. Working within a small and agile team, the Producer communicates regular updates to internal and external stakeholders and suppliers, manages budgets and costs, tracks KPIs, and provides a pivotal point of contact for key clients such as Blizzard and Riot.

About You:

You will have significant experience in a similar role within a game developer or post-production facility, or perhaps you’re a Junior Producer or Production Co-ordinator looking to step up. You will be driven and able to work with a good deal of autonomy, detail-oriented, able to prioritise and manage your time over a raft of projects. You will be able to communicate important information in a timely and efficient manner, and continually seek to improve workflows and processes. You will be flexible and comfortable with ever-shifting schedules and last-minute curveballs, and you will be passionate about storytelling!

Responsibilities Include:

  • Building and maintaining relationships with Liquid Violet’s Interactive client base
  • Account management - point of contact for key stakeholders
  • Quoting, budget management and scheduling
  • Contract management
  • Production and workflow management across casting, voice recording, and post-production
  • Liaising with other studios in the KWS group to co-ordinate international voice records and to share resources and best practices
  • Keeping abreast of industry developments, trends, and opportunities
  • Ensuring best practices pertaining to talent unions and rates
  • Revenue and cost tracking and reporting
  • Monthly forecasting and KPIs
  • Working with the wider team to continually refine and improve tools and drive efficiencies


  • Similar experience within a developer/production company, recording studio, or post-production environment
  • You will have a working knowledge or experience of; ProTools, VoiceQ, Adobe Audition, Reaper or other DAWs
  • A thorough understanding of game development and production pipelines
  • Localisation experience
  • Exceptional organisational and communication skills
  • Adaptable and able to respond quickly to last minute, shifting deadlines
  • Good knowledge of video codecs, sample rates and file formats an advantage
  • A solid knowledge of Excel and other Office applications is essential
  • Working knowledge of Farmer’s Wife or similar production management system would be great
  • Localisation experience is a huge bonus
  • A love of games, TV & film
  • A second language is advantageous


  • Competitive salary based-on-experience
  • Commission based incentive scheme
  • Company pension scheme
  • BUPA Healthcare
  • Income Protection Cover
  • Life Assurance
  • Employee Assistance Programme (EAP)
  • Team social events
  • Training
  • Friendly working environment
  • And much, much more.
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