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Assistant Script Supervisor

Most film and television productions will employ only one script supervisor, but large projects can require an assistant to help shoulder some of the responsibilities of that position. This person is hired by the script supervisor and will support him or her in maintaining records and processing script changes during principal photography.

Systems Designer

If there were an ultimate jack-of-all-trades in the video game industry, systems designer would best fit that description. Systems designers work closely with programmers, producers, and other disciplines within game design to develop specific game functions, from the mission systems to fluctuating gameplay variables like experience points and player inventories.

Mission Designer

Every hero needs a mission—to save the princess, to capture the bad guy, to lead a team of post-apocalyptic survivors against a rabid population of mutant vampire zombie soldiers. The options are endless, and it is the job of a mission designer to understand how these scenarios will translate into interesting gameplay and design accordingly. Mission designers determine the objectives within a level, as well as how the game’s storyline and gameplay mechanics are tied to the overall progression of the player.