The maker of Star Wars The Force Unleashed is hiring for an openworld role-playing game.
Hocking was the creative director of Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory and Far Cry 2 at Ubisoft.
He left in May 2010 after nearly nine years at the company to work as creative director for LucasArts on an unannounced game.
The job advertisement calls for console development experience, suggesting the mystery game will at least appear on home consoles.
LucasArts' last internally-developed game was The Force Unleashed 2, which disappointed critics upon its 2010 release.
Eurogamer's The Force Unleashed 2 review force pushed a 5/10.
In June this year LucasArts admitted its recent games hadn't been good enough - but promised to do better in the future.
"LucasArts is a company with tremendous potential," boss Paul Meegan said. "I think people look at it and wonder why it hasn't done better in recent years.
"Lucasfilm has some of the most beloved and powerful brands in entertainment, we have a loyal community of fans, and talented people in every discipline. We're surrounded by staggeringly bright and creative people at the top of their games.
"In recent years, LucasArts hasn't always done a good job of making games. We should be making games that define our medium, that are competitive with the best of our industry, but we're not. That has to change.
"Our priority is to create authentic, immersive, high quality Star Wars games."