Houdini Technical Artist in London
Are you a Technical Artist who is skilled in Houdini engine? Would you like the chance to work on a cutting-edge AAA game in central London?
As a Technical Artist at this studio in London, you’ll be responsible for developing, maintaining and optimising tools for the creation of technical art, as well as ensuring communication is fluid between teams to keep production in flow. The project you will be working on is currently being kept under wraps as it’s top secret and highly anticipated, so this is your chance to get in on a high-profile project at a top London games studio.
Working at one of the most well-respected AAA British studios, you’ll receive a great number of benefits, making up one of the best benefits packages in the industry! These include private family medical and dental care, annual bonus scheme, studio clubs (Comic book club, War gaming club, Chess, New Parents, Photography and more!), onsite yoga and football and comprehensive relocation support, as well as many, many more…
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If you’re interested in joining a state-of-the-art studio and becoming a part of a huge and anticipated project, this could be the perfect next step for you! If you would like to know more about the role, contact firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss the opportunity in detail and have your application considered. Alternatively, apply online by attaching your CV below now.
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