Dundee, United Kingdom
Permanent | Full Time
Technical Director in Dundee
Are you experienced in a leadership role in the games industry? Are you looking for an opportunity to join a highly regarded studio in a high responsibility role? Read on!
As a Technical Director at this studio in Dundee, you will be responsible for inspiring the technical team to create and utilise technology to improve the output and performance of their games. You should be an experienced leader and passionate about technology to succeed within the role.
This huge indie studio has a reputation of creating award-winning mobile games and adding to their portfolio of successful titles which is ever-growing. You’ll get to enjoy their relaxed and friendly culture as well as some great benefits which include private healthcare, childcare support and share options. On top of this, if you will be relocating to Scotland, you’ll be offered a great relocation package to help you get settled in with ease!
Technical Director responsibilities:
Communicate the technical vision throughout the team – create a roadmap and milestones to achieve
Work with other disciplines to ensure technology is harnessed to become more effective within the process
Seek out market developments and innovations that can be used to improve player experiences
Mentor junior members of the team to support their career development
Essential requirements for this role in Dundee:
Previous commercial games experience in a leadership role – as a Technical Director or a Senior/Lead on games
University degree (or equivalent) in a software-related subject or similar
Strong understanding of the software development lifecycle
Experience with C#/Unity
Experience working on mobile development (iOS and Android)
Enthusiastic about mobile games
Alternatively, apply online by submitting your CV to the form below now!
Tags: Technical Director, Tech Director, Technology, Mobile Games, Award-Winning Games, Dundee, Scotland
A little bit about the city: Dundee
Dundee is a modern and exciting city situated at the mouth of the river Tay in Scotland. Having been given the title of the best place to live in Scotland by The Sunday Times, this city is home to every landmark you can think of; a river, a beach and an extinct prehistoric volcano to name a few, Dundee certainly isn’t short of stunning scenery. Dundee has also been announced as a UNESCO City of Design thanks to the abundance of striking architecture here and is also home to the only V&A museum outside of London. On top of this, there are many cultural spots to enjoy in the city, including an art gallery focusing on the history of Dundee and fine art, a historic ship that allows you to delve into a courageous voyage of the past, and an observatory built for the sole purpose of encouraging the public’s interest in science. This city has a huge amount to offer and it’s no wonder that it is growing in popularity. In terms of transport links, Scotland’s capital, Edinburgh, is just an hour away by train and Dundee is also connected directly by rail to London Kings Cross.
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