Weekly Jobs Roundup: Monster Squad, Game Closure, and more are hiring now!
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Location: Tokyo, Japan
Game Closure is on the hunt for Systems Engineers to help us build the social games that guide the development of our mobile game engine. We are a 70 strong and growing team with offices in Mountain View, CA, Eugene, OR and Tokyo, Japan. If you want to join us to make great games on our cutting edge technology and truly make an impact, then we want to talk to you!
Location: Hamburg, Germany
As a Unity Developer, you will be part of our agile, cross-functional and international development team. You will drive the development of new features as well as maintain and improve the current code of our new games.
Location: San Francisco, California
Impulse Gear is looking for a Senior Narrative Writer to help push the boundaries of interactive storytelling in our next Virtual Reality game. Daily tasks will include story development, game dialogue and general narrative contribution. The ideal candidate will have previous success as a game writer or screenwriter, outstanding communication skills, a good understanding of story and game structure, and an absolute passion to tell great stories in various mediums.
Location: Los Gatos, California
Senior Producers at Cryptic Studios work closely with designers, artists and programmers to organize and drive the game development process. A Senior Producer’s number one priority within the development structure is to make sure the overall development and business goals are being driven towards and met. This means a no nonsense approach to problem solving with daily communication and working to support all the members of the team in task management and scheduling challenges.
Location: Seattle, Washington
Are you the type of Programmer who recreated your favorite game's combat system to figure out how it was made? Did you learn to program so you could make the games you love to play?
At Monster Squad, our Gameplay Programmers are also Gameplay Designers. In this role, you will go beyond just building tech, and actively design the systems that go into our games. This is a unique opportunity for creative individuals who have the self-direction to bring the team and your own inspiring ideas to life.