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Technical Animator


Skillsearch Limited


Glasgow City, United Kingdom

United Kingdom

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Permanent | Full Time


Technical Animator in Glasgow

Are you an experienced Technical Animator with a passion for working on high quality games? If this sounds like you, then read on!

As a Technical Animator at this studio in Glasgow, you will be working in a small team and taking on several tasks throughout the project. Your role will largely revolve around the technical side of games animation. Your responsibilities can range from designing animations to evaluating and improving rigs to being involved in mo-cap sessions.

This BAFTA award-winning studio have so far created some impressive AAA games which have an exciting twist of originality. Although currently a small team, they are expanding rapidly so it’s the perfect time to join them. As a part of the team you will benefit from an annual bonus and pay review, a free gym membership and relocation support if you will be moving to Glasgow for the role, which will get you settled in easily!

Technical Animator key responsibilities:

Work on the technical side of gameplay animation

Be a key member of a small team where you will be wearing several hats

Be actively involved in mo-cap sessions

Assist in animation and tweaking rigs

Liaise with others in the team including designers, programmers and other animators

Essential requirements for this role in Glasgow:

Significant experience in a similar role in the industry

Experience of working in a small team and taking on different roles

Passionate about creating high quality games

Tags: Animator, Technical Animator, Senior Technical Animator, Lead Technical Animator, Glasgow, Scotland

A little bit about the city: Glasgow

As the largest city in Scotland, Glasgow sits on the banks of the River Clyde and is full of beautiful and peaceful parks. The city’s progressive art and music scene alongside its heritage and history have allowed Glasgow to grow into a vibrant place in recent years. This city has excellent public transport, meaning having a car here is by no means essential, offering a subway, trains, buses and bicycles for hire in 40 locations. As for travelling outside the city, trains to Edinburgh take under an hour, and flights to London an hour and a half.

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