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Technical Artist

  • Location: Liverpool
  • Salary/rate: Competitive + Bonus & Benefits
  • Date posted: 05/07/19
  • Job reference: 7271
  • Permanent
This vacancy has now expired.
This is a great opportunity for a Games Industry Artist who has technical experience who wants to work on Future Gen Console Titles.

We are currently partnered with an ambitious Liverpool based Games studio, who are on the lookout for a Technical Artist. This role would see you working closely with both the art and the programming teams in order to develop new tools for both the 2D and 3D artists. This is an opportunity that will see you ensuring that the production of art assets is running smoothly and efficiently through the overall project pipeline.

This role would suit someone who is:

Experienced in 3rd party engines (Ideally Unreal Engine 4)
Knowledgeable about 3D and 2D art tools
Passionate about games
Excellent Communicator
Open minded

This position is a really great opportunity for someone who wants to join a growing organisation who invest in their people and have a pretty much 100% staff retainment rate. They offer a truly inclusive and collaborative culture along with a highly competitive salary and range of benefits.

To learn more get in touch with Ethan Clark on 01925839724 or email at

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