PlayStation Careers

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Why work at PlayStation?

Why work at PlayStation?

We’re leading the way in developing the games, hardware, digital services and interactive entertainment that are defining the game industry. More importantly, we offer a diverse, inclusive culture where every one of our employees has room to grow.

But don't just take our word for it - let our team tell you themselves.

We’re leading the way in developing the games, hardware, digital services and interactive entertainment that are defining the game industry. More importantly, we offer a diverse, inclusive culture where every one of our employees has room to grow.

Search for vacancies at any of the PlayStation sites and take your career to the next level. 

“Not only does each of us work together to bring incredible PlayStation experiences to life for players across the world, but we have the great fortune of doing this work alongside dedicated, creative, talented people from every walk of life. All of us share the goal of making PlayStation the best place to play.”

Jim Ryan, President and CEO, Sony Interactive Entertainment 

About us

PlayStation has been at the forefront of interactive and digital entertainment since the debut of our first console in 1994. Today, our products, software and services are in millions of households worldwide.

We bring together game developers, software engineers, data analysts, content creators, network services, cybersecurity, operations, business administration and cross-functional professionals — all working as a team to create incredible experiences on a global stage.

Find out more about our products and services by clicking the logos below. Or to find out more about Sony Interactive Entertainment, visit our About Us page.

Employee benefits

We offer a range of benefits to our employees, from pension contributions and healthcare, to free games and additional time off in summer and at Christmas.

Health & wellbeing

  • Private medical insurance
  • Private dental insurance
  • Flexible working policy (remote working, flexible hours)
  • Free fruit every day in our offices
  • On-site free gym (London)
  • On-site subsidised cafés
  • On-site bar (Thursdays & Fridays, London)
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Eye care assistance
  •  x2 volunteering days each year 

Finance & travel

  • Group pension plan
  • Discretionary bonus scheme
  • London allowance
  • Season ticket loans
  • Life assurance
  • Income protection

Holidays & time off

  • 25 days holiday, plus Bank Holidays
  • Discretionary days off over Christmas and summer

Other perks

  • Free giveaways of select first party products and services
  • Discounts on PlayStation products
  • Discounts on Sony products 
  • Access to other corporate discounts

Employee benefits may alter for roles based outside the U.K.

Community outreach

Everyone at PlayStation is encouraged to take two volunteering days each year to help support charities and initiatives of their choice. This programme has seen employees use their skills to help teach coding, plant community gardens, clean up riverfronts and more.

Our departments also support various charity partners and community groups at different points in the calendar year, including:

Diversity and employee groups

Diversity

We're proud to celebrate diversity at PlayStation. Our Employee Resource groups, including Women@PlayStation, BAME@PlayStation, Wellbeing@PlayStation, and our award-winning LGBTQ+ group, Pride@PlayStation, actively promote inclusion in the workplace and beyond.

Pride@PlayStation

Pride@PlayStation, our LGBT+ Employee Resource Group, has gone from strength to strength since it was established in 2016. The group, which is part of our internal Diversity Network, aims to champion LGBT+ rights and inclusivity both within PlayStation and externally.

Internally, Pride@PlayStation organises regular events, forums, and socials for our LGBT+ employees and allies. Our members also consult with various departments to make sure our company policies and procedures are as LGBT+-friendly as possible.

The group plays an active role in the wider community, too.

Pride@Playstation partners with Sink the Pink each year for Pride in London, has worked with Out In Tech to host a cross-gaming industry panel about representation in gaming and collaborated with our PlayStation Gear store to sell PlayStation Pride merchandise to consumers, with all proceeds going to LGBT+ homeless youth charity AKT. 

In 2019 Pride@PlayStation was shortlisted in the British LGBT Awards as a Top 10 Employee Network. The group also won Pride in London’s Best Float award in 2018 for “best celebrating LGBTQ+ life, fights for equality, challenges prejudice and had the most creative, interactive and fun float on parade day”.

Pride@PlayStation are proud to stand up and show that PlayStation is #ForALLthePlayers. 

Women@PlayStation

Women@PlayStation is an inclusive Employee Resource Group that focuses on the positive progress that benefits everyone, no matter their gender or gender identity.

Internally, the group organises events and forums to help support employees and educate the wider business on industry-wide issues. They have also been instrumental in advising on company policy and other diversity initiatives.

Women@PlayStation also plays a role in the wider community, actively tackling the gender imbalance in the technology industry by running PlayStation boot camps for 11-14-year-old girls. The Boot Camps, which run in partnership with InnovateHER, aim to inspire young girls to pursue a career in the gaming industry. This year, the initiative expanded even further nationally, with boot camps taking place in London, Liverpool and Guildford. 

BAME@PlayStation

Our BAME@PlayStation employee group aims to encourage Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic diversity both at SIE and within the wider games industry. 

Alongside running employee events and campaigns that champion race and ethnic diversity and inclusion, the group also provides a space for employees to discuss racial equity and social justice, and acts as a collective voice to effect change.

BAME@PlayStation also partners with various SIE departments on external initiatives that support and promote BAME creativity in the gaming industry and beyond.

Wellbeing@PlayStation

Our Wellbeing@PlayStation employee group aims to break down the stigma surrounding mental health and wellbeing, raise awareness of the mental health support services available to our employees, and promote wellbeing diversity initiatives through collaborations with our other employee groups.

Internally, the group creates spaces for employees to share their experiences of mental health issues, hosts wellbeing events including mindfulness and meditation, and brings in guest speakers and professionals to share insights on wellbeing topics.

Wellbeing@PlayStation put diversity and inclusiveness at the heart of what they do and believe that everyone should have access to the help they need, when they need it.

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