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Engine Programmer

Salary

£DoE + Relocation assistance

Location:

Birmingham or Remote

Job type

Permanent

Salary

£30 - 40,000

£40 - 50,000

£50 - 60,000

£60 - 70,000

Location

Midlands

Specialisms

Engine Programmer

Programmer

Description

This is a fantastic opportunity to work with a studio who are creating amazing experiences and can offer you the chance to built a game engine from scratch!

Reference

8129

Expiry Date

14/05/2021

Will  Hudson

Author

Will Hudson
Will  Hudson

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Will Hudson
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Senior Gameplay Programmer

Salary

£DoE + Relocation assistance

Location:

Liverpool or Remote

Job type

Permanent

Salary

£20 - 30,000

£30 - 40,000

£40 - 50,000

Location

North West

Specialisms

Gameplay Programmer

Programmer

UI Programmer

Description

This is a great opportunity to work for a small studio who are creating a range of amazing projects

Reference

8106

Expiry Date

13/05/2021

Will  Hudson

Author

Will Hudson
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Will Hudson
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Senior Programmer

Salary

£DoE + Relocation Assistance

Location:

Liverpool or Remote working

Job type

Permanent

Salary

£40 - 50,000

£50 - 60,000

£60 - 70,000

Location

Remote working

North West

Specialisms

Gameplay Programmer

Lead Programmer

Programmer

UI Programmer

Description

This is a fantastic opportunity to join a small team working on big projects!

Reference

8023

Expiry Date

05/05/2021

Will  Hudson

Author

Will Hudson
Will  Hudson

Author

Will Hudson
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Gameplay Programmer

Salary

£DoE + Relocation Assistance

Location:

Liverpool or Remote working

Job type

Permanent

Salary

£30 - 40,000

£40 - 50,000

£50 - 60,000

Location

Remote working

North West

Specialisms

Gameplay Programmer

Programmer

UI Programmer

Description

This is a fantastic opportunity to join a small team working on giant projects!

Reference

8022

Expiry Date

06/05/2021

Will  Hudson

Author

Will Hudson
Will  Hudson

Author

Will Hudson
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Technical Artist

Salary

£DoE + Relocation Assistance

Location:

Liverpool or Remote working

Job type

Permanent

Salary

£40 - 50,000

£50 - 60,000

£60 - 70,000

Location

Remote working

North West

Specialisms

Technical Artist

Description

This is a fantastic opportunity to work with a studio who are developing a range of amazing IP's

Reference

8021

Expiry Date

13/05/2021

Will  Hudson

Author

Will Hudson
Will  Hudson

Author

Will Hudson
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Senior Unity Developer

Salary

£40,000 - £50,000

Location:

London

Job type

Permanent

Salary

£40 - 50,000

Location

London

Specialisms

Gameplay Programmer

Lead Programmer

Programmer

Description

This is a fantastic opportunity to work with a studio who are developing a range of games from a fantastic, worldwide entertainment IP.

Reference

8015

Expiry Date

06/05/2021

Will  Hudson

Author

Will Hudson
Will  Hudson

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Will Hudson
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Producer

Salary

£35,000 - £55,000

Location:

North East

Job type

Permanent

Salary

£30 - 40,000

£40 - 50,000

Location

North East

Specialisms

Producer

Production

Description

This is a great opportunity to work for a studio who are creating amazing experiences.

Reference

7999

Expiry Date

13/05/2021

Will  Hudson

Author

Will Hudson
Will  Hudson

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Will Hudson
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UI Artist

Salary

£DoE + Relocation Assistance

Location:

Dundee or Remote

Job type

Permanent

Salary

£20 - 30,000

£30 - 40,000

£40 - 50,000

Location

Scotland

Specialisms

UI Artist

Description

This is an amazing opportunity to work with a studio who are creating top notch, mobile titles.

Reference

7995

Expiry Date

14/05/2021

Will  Hudson

Author

Will Hudson
Will  Hudson

Author

Will Hudson
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Console Programmer

Salary

€DoE + Relocation Assistance

Location:

Stockholm

Job type

Permanent

Salary

£40 - 50,000

£50 - 60,000

Location

Europe

Specialisms

Gameplay Programmer

Programmer

Description

This is a fantastic opportunity to work with a studio who are creating amazing games

Reference

8024

Expiry Date

06/05/2021

Will  Hudson

Author

Will Hudson
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Will Hudson
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Unity Developer

Salary

£40,000 - £60,000

Location:

London or Remote working

Job type

Permanent

Salary

£40 - 50,000

£50 - 60,000

Location

London

Specialisms

UX Programmer

Description

This is a fantastic opportunity to work with a studio who are developing amazing games and experiences

Reference

8073

Expiry Date

13/05/2021

Will  Hudson

Author

Will Hudson
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Will Hudson
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READY, PLAYER… LEARN! GAMES EDUCATION SUMMIT 2021
READY, PLAYER… LEARN! GAMES EDUCATION SUMMIT 2021

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30/03/2021

Summary

We’re delighted to be involved once again with the Games Education Summit - https://thebgi.uk/2021/01/27/ready-player-learn-the-games-education-summit-returns-for-2021, a brilliant event that brings together studios and educators to discuss key issues facing the sector during the Covid pandemic and beyond. The virtual event takes place today (Wednesday March 31st) and tomorrow (Thursday April 1st) and is organised by the BGI. Our Business Manager Liz Prince will be joining representatives from industry partners such as Epic Games, Unity, Electric Square, Playground Games, Creative Assembly, Payload Studios, Dovetail Games, Sumo Digital, Ubisoft and nDreams, along with academics from the likes of Bournemouth University, University of Portsmouth, Abertay University, Priestley College, Coventry University, Staffordshire University and Norwich University of the Arts.  A whole host of other associated bodies are also taking part – such as Next Gen Skills Academy, AIM Group, BAME in Games, Out Making Games, Autistica Play and Into Games – and we’re honoured to be joining them. Liz will be taking part in the opening session, The Great Debate, as well as moderating a panel on Hiring, Retaining and Developing Talent During the Pandemic. We’re looking forward to two days of discussion and learning. Hope to see you there!

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THIS IS WHAT I #CHOOSETOCHALLENGE

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Content Type

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07/03/2021

Summary

The theme of this year’s International Women’s Day is #ChooseToChallenge. In the words of the organisation behind this brilliant initiative, a challenged world is an alert world. In the context of gender bias and inequality, it’s important for us all to continually challenge behaviour and attitudes that are unhelpful and potentially damaging to our collective effort in creating a more inclusive and welcoming environment for women. To anyone who is experiencing any kind of harassment, the #ChooseToChallenge message couldn’t be more appropriate. But for anyone – male or female - witnessing it in their workplace, the message is just as important, if not more so. If we are to create safe, welcoming environments for female talent within the games industry, it is the responsibility of every single person working in the business to step up, support co-workers – and continue to challenge. For my part, I want to call out and highlight some behaviours that perhaps people don’t always think are a problem, things that can make women feel uncomfortable and we don’t always know what to do. How should we react? I’m talking about things like the tone of emails to women, how they’re addressed – things that may be considered ‘small’ or insignificant, but that actually have a cumulative impact on overall attitudes to women in the workplace (and elsewhere). If you’re aware of the Everyday Sexism Project that was launched by writer Laura Bates a few years back, you’ll understand what I mean. The initiative aimed to raise awareness of the things that happen to women every day including those things that have become normalised, small things – micro-behaviours, if you like – that serve to undermine women and young girls. From supermarkets having separate sections for boys’ and girls’ toys and pink razors being sold for ‘ladies’; to professional women being on the receiving end of ‘mansplaining’ in the workplace – the campaign has made huge strides in highlighting what is unacceptable in today’s modern society. But, while the supermarkets and fashion stores have mostly reconsidered their strategies, there are still many examples of ‘everyday sexism’ we see in the workplace, all the time. And I can give you recent real-life examples experienced by two women in our team. Our work as recruiters means that we spend a lot of time connecting and communicating with people via LinkedIn. A recent exchange between one of our team and a potential candidate saw him telling her she “has a beautiful name”, with the message becoming increasingly flirtatious (from his side) thereafter - and resulting in him trying to follow her on Instagram (her personal account). Another member of our team was told by a potential candidate that he’d taken all morning to draw a picture of her from her LinkedIn profile – and had loved spending the few hours looking at her..We are supposed to find it funny and flattering – if we don’t we are uptight and rude...Neither of these incidents caused direct harm but are they appropriate ways to talk to a recruitment professional? Absolutely not. Would they have happened to a male colleague, I suspect not. It shouldn’t be up to a woman in the Games industry to highlight this sort of behaviour as unacceptable, it should be understood by everyone. Within the games industry – as in the rest of the workplace, and society in general – we must #ChooseToChallenge all attitudes and behaviours that undermine women and young girls. Of course, we continue to stand firm and united in condemning and fighting injustices and wrong doings when it comes to serious incidents of bullying, sexual harassment and inequality in the workplace. But I also #ChooseToChallenge the ‘everyday sexism’ that continues to blight our industry and beyond. I urge everyone to do the same – and make it an ongoing consideration of the way that we communicate and act towards women. Because eliminating these ‘small’ things really will make a BIG difference…

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Amiqus heads to Interactive Futures
Amiqus heads to Interactive Futures

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16/02/2021

Summary

We’re delighted to be involved in this week’s Interactive Futures  event – a celebration of the talent and creativity of video game studios within the Leamington Spa region. https://interactive-futures.com  Today (February 16th) sees the conference focus on the industry itself and our Business Manager Liz Prince is taking part in a panel session which looks at the Challenges and Opportunities facing UK Development in 2021. The rest of the week, the spotlight will switch to talent and careers in video games, with dedicated sessions lined up for students, schoolchildren and their parents. On Wednesday Liz will chair a panel on Why There’s A Career in Games for Everyone – Even if you don’t like maths or science. And on Thursday she will chair a panel which will uncover What Skills and Qualifications are required for a Career in Games. The video games sector in the Leamington Spa region is the second largest in the UK outside of London and Slough & Heathrow and is home to some of the most respected studios around the world, including Codemasters, Mediatonic, NaturalMotion, Playground Games, SEGA Hardlight, Sumo Digital and more, plus a huge number of indie studios. Interactive Futures is hosted by the Coventry & Warwickshire Local Enterprise Partnership, Warwickshire Country Council and Warwick District Council.

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