Technical Artist in London
If you’re a Technical Artist looking for a new opportunity at a start-up, this role could be perfect for you. This award-winning London-based studio are using VR technology to improve medical practices and create realistic training for surgeons. Joining the team in this studio will mean becoming a part of a product that will have a huge positive impact in society, with the use of VR and haptic technology. Are you up to the challenge?
As Technical Artist your role will involve holding responsibility for creating immersive and realistic art that will be used in medical simulations. The team have received backing from leading healthcare providers, and with this support, the sky is the limit for where VR can take this product. As a part of this thriving team, you will benefit from supportive colleagues and a friendly and open culture, which in turn creates an extremely exciting and motivating workplace environment.
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This is an exciting opportunity to join a start-up company with a big vision, their ground-breaking work is set to change the medical industry, and this is your opportunity to become a part of it! During this busy period of growth for the studio as they expand into new products, your input to the work being done here will be invaluable, providing a rewarding and motivating environment for passionate individuals.
Your hard work and enthusiasm here will be rewarded with a competitive salary, wellness activities and the opportunity to work with brand new ground-breaking technology, along with various other perks.
If this opportunity sounds like your next challenge, contact firstname.lastname@example.org now to have a chat about the role, or apply online by attaching your CV below.
Tags: Technical Artist, VR
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Years of experience and salary levels are shown purely as a guide. We will consider applications from candidates that can demonstrate the skills or experience required for the role.
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