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Help equip the studio’s animation community with the technology needed to bring credible characters to life in an array of Ubisoft games. In this role, you’ll impact our ability to build increasingly believable, immersive worlds by designing and implementing animation tools. On top of 3D math skills, you have proficiency in C++ and knowledge of rigging, IK/FK systems, and DCC SDKs. To apply, go to the full job description on Smart Recruiters.
Code the flow and delivery of critical information to players. Within a team of UI designers and artists, you’ll bring to life the UI design vision, making it easy for players to progress through menus of a AAA game. You’ll use your experience in C++ to build new and existing UI systems, plus suggest and develop improvements. To apply, go to the full job description on Smart Recruiters.
Steer a team of programmers towards a technical vision, plus produce high-quality code and navigate constraints to turn it into reality. In this role, you’ll define the technical vision within your area of specialization – in this case, 3D – and plan its technical roadmap. With a responsibility to help your team of programmers develop their skills, you’ll coach and mentor them, empowering them to innovate and perform at their best. Your programming and technical leadership experience paired with your understanding of a host of game engines, systems, programming languages, interdependencies, and critical issues will be essential. To apply, go to the full job description on Smart Recruiters.
Oversee and coordinate a team in building and integrating the visuals that smoothly guide players as they navigate a Ubisoft game. In this role, you’ll be both a hands-on developer and a direction-providing mentor as you work with a team of UI artists to transform high-level gameplay ideas into functional UI designs. You bring with you to this position visual design and leadership experience and knowledge of design and prototyping tools, game engines, and their limitations. To apply, go to the full job description on Smart Recruiters.
Build the visuals that smoothly guide players as they navigate a game, breaking down any barriers that stand between them. With your experience in visual design, you’ll make use of space and choose the best design elements like colour, typography, and animation to communicate clear, consistent, key content at the right place at the right time. You’ll translate high-level gameplay ideas into functional UI designs and create interface assets like menus, animation, HUD, icons, buttons, world maps, etc. You have knowledge of design and prototyping tools as well as game engines and their limitations. To apply, go to the full job description on Smart Recruiters.
Join one of our teams to provide expert insight, tools, and support to steer a game – and its creators – towards success. In this role, you’ll help shape the overall vision of one of our games, determine its technical feasibility, identify and analyze risks, plus recommend ways to evolve how we create and integrate graphic data – and more. To apply, go to the full job description on Smart Recruiters.
Deliver visually impressive moments that positively influence gameplay and enhance the player experience of a Ubisoft game. In a role that straddles the technical and creative realms, you’ll craft attractive and functional effects. Though not absolutely essential, knowledge of procedural generation software plus shader writing and optimization will go a long way. To apply, go to the full job description on Smart Recruiters.
Provide players with tools to build unique gameplay experiences and opportunities to make meaningful choices. As a Game Designer, you’ll be the creative energy behind a specific set of game systems and mechanics. You could design features like progression systems, weapon attributes, artificial intelligence behaviours, etc. Regardless of the specific features, you’ll shift your focus from the big picture to the micro details: tackling hurdles in development and stepping back to assess how all the pieces connect and affect each other. You bring with you experience in video game production plus a solid understanding of the market. To apply, go to the full job description on Smart Recruiters.
Drive the development of a specific part of a Ubisoft game. Depending on the project’s larger production strategy and organizational structure, your part could be a component like animation, level design, gameplay, world, or a combination of a few. No matter your area of ownership, you’ll put everything in place to pave the way for production: develop workflows and pipelines, plus implement means to facilitate interaction between colleagues. With a people-oriented approach, you’ll guide one or many multidisciplinary teams to bring your assigned portion to life from start to end. While pushing production capacity and quality, you’ll ensure that your team is ready and able to deliver their chunk of the game on time and in a supportive environment. To apply, go to the full job description on Smart Recruiters.
Organize data so beautifully that it is as if you are telling a story. Provide impactful visualizations using your skills in MicroStrategy to provide accessible ways to see and understand trends and patterns in data related to international HR topics. To apply, go to the full job description on Smart Recruiters.
Act as a corporate information security internal consultant for Ubisoft. You will work with experts in your field and be responsible for identifying effective remediation strategies, reporting security results and recommending corrective actions. To apply, go to the full job description on Smart Recruiters.
Ensure maximum service availability and performance by monitoring all Ubisoft infrastructure. You will react to alerts and incidents to resolve problems. In short, the reliability and health of the monitoring platform also depends on you. To apply, go to the full job description on Smart Recruiters.
The Sr Marketing Analyst will be responsible for gathering, structuring and analyzing data to derive compelling insights that drive the optimization of our online marketing initiatives. This includes the design and management of data collection and analytics solutions, analysis of the performance of marketing initiatives and their effect on engagement, conversion and retention. The Marketing Analytics team is primarily located in San Francisco and this position will be based in Montreal. The team works with the business stakeholders such as CRM, Paid Media, AAA brand, Live brand and F2P teams located worldwide. Our goal is to be excellent thought partners to our stakeholders and drive data driven decision making via highly impactful analytics projects. To apply, go to the full job description on Smart Recruiters.
Ubisoft Entertainment, a global leader in the video games and entertainment software industry, is currently seeking, full-time Associate Web Developer. The Associate Web Developer will be based in Montreal and is responsible for assisting with all aspects of website maintenance; from developing one-off web tools to supporting, improving, and updating dozens of game websites for the NCSA Online Production team located in San Francisco. You’ll work with our various cross-functional marketing teams worldwide and third-party web design and development agencies. To apply, go to the full job description on Smart Recruiters.
Ad Tech Ubisoft is seeking a Manager, Ad Tech & Operations. This is a manager-level position within the Performance Media team that manages all in-housed media partners & campaigns: Google (YouTube, Search), Social platforms, Programmatic and Consoles. In this role, you lead and grow the Ad & Data Operations team, responsible for flawless campaign execution (campaign set-up and trafficking, fraud and brand safety monitoring…) and data management (campaign data Q&A & dashboard creation, naming convention governance…). You challenge processes, recommend and implement tools to improve efficiency. Passionate about digital advertising & expert in the ad tech landscape, you have a foot in the future: you set the vision and roadmap to anticipate tech and data-related trends and stay on top of innovations. The role reports to the Director of Performance Media (San Francisco-based), and you’re comfortable with working in a satellite office (Montreal). To apply, go to the full job description on Smart Recruiters.
As a Sr Data Developer working with the NCSA Data Science team, you will be developing and maintaining data services, platforms and pipelines that assist the marketing team in their communications with Ubisoft players. To apply, go to the full job description on Smart Recruiters.
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