Remote Lead Environment Artist
If you’re an Environment Artist with experience in a leadership position, we could have the role you’ve been waiting for! Read on to find out more about this exciting opportunity...
As a Lead Environment Artist at this studio, you will be working fully remotely as you help to develop visually stunning worlds for players to explore and enjoy. It is essential that you have a strong artistic eye and plenty of leadership experience which will enable you to empower the team to build engaging environments.
This independent developer is home to several critically acclaimed titles and a veteran team. As a part of the team, you will get to enjoy all the latest tech delivered to your door so that you are able to work to the best of your ability from home, as well as some of the best benefits available including profit sharing, social events, health insurance, and loads more!
Lead Environment Artist responsibilities:
Essential requirements for this remote role:
Do you like the sound of this role and think you could be a good fit? If so, get in touch today! Contact Harry on email@example.com to discuss the opportunity or apply online using the form below now.
Please be aware that while we would love to respond to every application we receive, due to high numbers we cannot guarantee this. We do however appreciate any time you invest into the application and will make sure to get in touch should anything in future more closely fit your skillset.
Tags: Lead Environment Artist, Environment Art, Game Artist, Game Art, Lead Artist, AAA, Console Games, Remote Jobs
Years of experience and salary levels are shown purely as a guide. We will only consider applications from candidates that can demonstrate the skills or experience required for the role.
Whilst we would love to respond to every application due to the high numbers we receive we cannot guarantee this.
Harry is dedicated to speaking to brilliant Games Artists across the globe. A County level Squash champion Harry also likes a sedate life and is more likely to be found at the weekend with a fishing rod in hand rather than a racquet.