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UI PROGRAMMER

The team behind the critically acclaimed Velocity series has an exciting new opportunity for a UI/Frontend Programmer to join them in their Brighton office, working across a number of new projects!

FuturLab is in the unique position of having complete creative control of its own IP, therefore this position is ideal for someone who is keen to have their ideas listened to, and will enjoy seeing their work highly visible within a finished product. It’s essential that you are passionate about games and care about creating high quality and fun experiences.

About you:

• You consider yourself an A-player, which means you’re among the best that you know in your field of expertise.
• Given your level of talent and skill, people are often surprised by your lack of ego, and have complimented you on your patience and temperament. This is important because our team is comprised of smart, talented people, who are also very nice. If this sounds like you, you’ll fit right in.
• You come highly recommended by your peers, with a reputation that precedes you.

Requirements:

• At least 3 years C++ experience working with menus and user-flow in the games industry.
• A good working knowledge of Scaleform and ActionScript.
• Evidence of experience with optimisation and meeting TRC/TCR requirements.
• Ability to effectively itemise tasks and assign realistic time scales to them.
• Excellent communication skills with a friendly, helpful and positive demeanor.
• Working knowledge of Agile Development/Hansoft a plus.

General Responsibilities:

• Create amazing UIs using C++ and Scaleform.
• Find technical solutions to design requirements.
• Ensure all code is produced to the required standard and all TRCs are followed.
• Work with the Producer to break out tasks into clear and manageable chunks.
• Report progress to Technical Director and inform them of any implementation issues promptly.
• Take pride in creating a highly polished UI!

Exciting things are happening at FuturLab right now, check out the Life at FuturLab page for reasons why you’d love working here!

If you have the skills, experience and passion for games then please get in touch as we’d love to hear from you!

Email your latest CV and a cover letter along with any examples of work to jobs@futurlab.co.uk

Please note that you must be able to demonstrate eligibility and a VALID WORKING VISA to work in the United Kingdom and be willing to relocate / commute to the Brighton area.

SALARY: Dependent on experience + performance related bonus.

Candidates without a valid UK work Visa cannot be considered.


UI TECHNICAL ARTIST

The team behind the critically acclaimed Velocity series has an exciting new opportunity for a UI Technical Artist to join them in their Brighton office, working across a number of new projects!

FuturLab is in the unique position of having complete creative control of its own IP, therefore this position is ideal for someone who is keen to have their ideas listened to, and will enjoy seeing their work highly visible within a finished product. It’s essential that you are passionate about games and care about creating high quality and fun experiences.

About you:

• You consider yourself an A-player, which means you’re among the best that you know in your field of expertise.
• Given your level of talent and skill, people are often surprised by your lack of ego, and have complimented you on your patience and temperament. This is important because our team is comprised of smart, talented people, who are also very nice. If this sounds like you, you’ll fit right in.
• You come highly recommended by your peers, with a reputation that precedes you.

Requirements:

• 3+ years experience working in UI.
• Expert in ScaleForm.
• Knowledge of Adobe Flash, Photoshop and Illustrator essential.
• Experience with fixing UI bugs on console platforms.
• Ability to effectively itemise tasks and assign realistic time scales to them.
• Excellent communication skills with a friendly, helpful and positive demeanor.
• Working knowledge of Agile Development/Hansoft a plus.

General Responsibilities:

• Create a highly polished UI using Flash and Scaleform to implement UI artwork from design concepts created in Adobe Illustrator, After Effects and Photoshop.
• Write and amend ActionScript 3 code.
• Ensure all code is produced to the required standard and all TRCs are followed.
• Be proud of your work and test thoroughly to ensure that there are no bugs.
• Work with the Producer to break out tasks into clear and manageable chunks.
• Report progress to Technical Director and inform them of any implementation issues promptly.
• Take pride in creating a highly polished UI!

Exciting things are happening at FuturLab right now, check out the Life at FuturLab page for reasons why you’d love working here!

If you have the skills, experience and passion for games then please get in touch as we’d love to hear from you!

Email your latest CV and a cover letter along with any examples of work to jobs@futurlab.co.uk

Please note that you must be able to demonstrate eligibility and a VALID WORKING VISA to work in the United Kingdom and be willing to relocate / commute to the Brighton area.

SALARY: Dependent on experience + performance related bonus.

Candidates without a valid UK work Visa cannot be considered.


EXPERIENCED PROGRAMMER

The team behind the critically acclaimed Velocity series has an exciting new opportunity for an experienced C++ programmer with a keen interest in VR, to join them in their Brighton office.

FuturLab is in the unique position of having complete creative control of its own IP, therefore this position is ideal for someone who is keen to have their ideas listened to, and will enjoy seeing their work highly visible within a finished product. It’s essential that you are passionate about games and care about creating high quality and fun experiences.

About you:

• You consider yourself an A-player, which means you’re among the best that you know in your field of expertise.
• Given your level of talent and skill, people are often surprised by your lack of ego, and have complimented you on your patience and temperament. This is important because our team is comprised of smart, talented people, who are also very nice. If this sounds like you, you’ll fit right in.
• You come highly recommended by your peers, with a reputation that precedes you.

Requirements:

• Expert in C++ with at least 3 years experience in the games industry.
• Experience of working with Unreal 4 and Unity.
• At least one shipped console title under your belt.
• Experience with VR a plus.
• Ability to effectively itemise tasks and assign realistic time scales to them.
• Excellent communication skills with a friendly, helpful and positive demeanor.
• Working knowledge of Agile Development/Hansoft a plus.

General Responsibilities:

• Work with the Technical Director, department leads and other programmers to design the game code and contribute to technical design documents.
• Work closely with the Creative Director and Designers to rapidly iterate gameplay.
• Ensure all code is produced to the required standard and all TRCs are followed.
• Be proud of your code and test thoroughly to ensure that there are no bugs.
• Work with the Producer to break out tasks into clear and manageable chunks.
• Report progress to Technical Director and inform them of any implementation issues promptly.
• Take pride in producing a kick-ass game!

Exciting things are happening at FuturLab right now, check out the Life at FuturLab page for reasons why you’d love working here!

If you have the skills, experience and passion for games then please get in touch as we’d love to hear from you!

Email your latest CV and a cover letter along with any examples of work to jobs@futurlab.co.uk

Please note that you must be able to demonstrate eligibility and a VALID WORKING VISA to work in the United Kingdom and be willing to relocate / commute to the Brighton area.

SALARY: Dependent on experience + performance related bonus.

Candidates without a valid UK work Visa cannot be considered.


SENIOR 3D ARTIST

The team behind the critically acclaimed Velocity series has an exciting new opportunity for a 3D artist with a keen interest in VR, to join them in their Brighton office!

As a senior 3D Artist in our small team, you will have responsibility for 3D asset creation on a number of new titles. You will be comfortable turning your hand to all aspects of 3D game art production, from modeling, texturing and rigging to animation and lighting. As the most experienced artist on the team, you will also mentor more junior artists to continually improve standards and art processes.

About you:

• You consider yourself an A-player, which means you’re among the best that you know in your field of expertise.
• Given your level of talent and skill, people are often surprised by your lack of ego, and have complimented you on your patience and temperament. This is important because our team is comprised of smart, talented people, who are also very nice. If this sounds like you, you’ll fit right in.
• You come highly recommended by your peers, with a reputation that precedes you.

Requirements:

• Served as senior or lead artist in a previous role.
• At least 5 years industry experience.
• Excellent hard surface and soft surface modeling, rigging and animation skills.
• Lighting and rendering skills a plus.
• Ability to create beautiful anime inspired worlds in 3D.
• Ability to effectively itemise tasks and assign realistic time scales to them.
• Excellent communication skills with a friendly, helpful and positive demeanor.
• Ability to work within the science fiction genre, with an appreciation for common visual language used in futuristic games.
• Working knowledge of Agile Development/Hansoft a plus.

Job description:

• Creating the full range of game assets from characters to environments and everything in between.
• Ensuring that all game artwork is produced to the highest possible quality.
• Mentoring other artists.
• Working with the Creative Director to create uniquely artistic visuals with style and flair
• Working with the Producer to schedule art tasks.
• Defining any art processes and pipelines to be implemented.

Exciting things are happening at FuturLab right now, check out the Life at FuturLab page for reasons why you’d love working here!

If you have the skills, experience and passion for games then please get in touch as we’d love to hear from you!

Email your latest CV and a cover letter along with any examples of work to jobs@futurlab.co.uk

Please note that you must be able to demonstrate eligibility and a VALID WORKING VISA to work in the United Kingdom and be willing to relocate / commute to the Brighton area.

SALARY: Dependent on experience + performance related bonus.

Candidates without a valid UK work Visa cannot be considered.


Nothing here for you?

Don’t worry, if you have an impressive portfolio of any kind, please email jobs@futurlab.co.uk with your latest CV and a link to any of your work online, as we’re always interested to hear from enthusiastic and talented people.

Please note that we’re working flat out making all kinds of awesome, and don’t always have the time to reply to speculative applications.

Essential Tips When Sending Your CV

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  2. Mention at least one of our games
  3. Mention why you think your skills will help contribute to our games.

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