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hal
3rd Sep 2008, 10:07 PM
Streamline Studios (http://www.streamline-studios.com/), well-known around these parts for its work on titles like UT 2004, Gears of War, and Unreal Tournament 3, is looking for Senior Level Designers.



Do you want to work in a highly creative environment with talented people from all over the world? Are you eager to develop your skills working on AAA next-gen games like Gears of War and Unreal Tournament 3? Then come to progressive, fun-loving Amsterdam and join the Streamline Studios team of leading edge designers.



Check out the full job listing (http://forums.beyondunreal.com/showthread.php?p=2180596&posted=1#post2180596) for more information.

hal
3rd Sep 2008, 10:13 PM
Do you want to work in a highly creative environment with talented people from all over the world? Are you eager to develop your skills working on AAA next-gen games like Gears of War and Unreal Tournament 3? Then come to progressive, fun-loving Amsterdam and join the Streamline Studios team of leading edge designers.

Streamline Studios is an independent developer and leading provider of digital content service solutions for the interactive entertainment industry. Along with creating its own IP, Streamline develops and implements integrated solutions to common issues faced by game developers worldwide. Since its founding in 2001, Streamline Studios has become a leading content creator in the videogame industry with service solutions including Gears of War and Unreal Tournament from Epic Games, THQ’s Saint’s Row, James Bond 007: NightFire from Electronic Arts, and Red Storm Entertainment’s Ghost Recon 2.

We are always looking for top talent, including experienced Level Designers with a minimum of 3 years experience in the games industry who are ready to advance the art and craft of game world creation.

We are looking for people with the following skills:

Strong understanding of game design principles
Industry experience in game development with at least one shipped title and preferably multiple titles
Experience with game editing programs such as UnrealED and Hammer as well as 3D applications such 3DsMax or Maya
Awareness of trends in game design (know what Spore, Flow, Façade and Katamari signify)
Understanding of Artificial Intelligence in games (programming/scripting experience a bonus)
Experience working with media that employ interactive narrative
Excellent English writing and verbal skills, as well as experience with MS Office programs and repository software
Excellent communication and team skills
Self-starter with the ability to contribute to a team environment
A strong passion for playing and designing games
Readiness to work on the leading edge of game development where innovation occurs
In addition, you should possess at least three of the following skills/experience:

Three years game industry experience
A degree in architecture, design, or traditional arts or filmmaking
Interaction design or user-centered design experience
User interface design experience
Degree in communication theory or a similar field
Work experience with film narratives or cinematography
Software development experience and/or QA experience
Strong understanding of architectural theory and architectural building styles (classical, modern, postmodern, contemporary, etc.)
A keen eye for the decorative arts as well as lighting and color
Responsibilities include the following:

Balancing art and gameplay
Working on Streamline Studios’ internal next-gen production as well as third party developments
Creating visually compelling levels, developing or testing next-gen assets in-game, working with game editors and 3D applications, developing game concepts, developing gameplay prototypes, and supporting ongoing game production with gameplay and art consultations, testing, and refining
So, if you are a highly motivated person with strong communication skills who enjoys working in a team, and you possess a proactive attitude towards improving design skills, production workflow, and project development, then go to our job section on our website and apply: http://www.streamline-studios.com/contact-jobs (http://www.streamline-studios.com/contact-jobs)

For more information, please visit www.streamline-studios.com. (http://www.streamline-studios.com./)

JaFO
4th Sep 2008, 12:02 AM
Amsterdam : also known for its 'coffee'-shops ...

elmuerte
4th Sep 2008, 01:16 AM
Amsterdam: also known to be known for its coffee-shops

Deapblade
4th Sep 2008, 05:41 AM
Amsterdam: A place that's totally different from the rest of the Netherlands.

Slainchild
4th Sep 2008, 05:49 AM
Hamsterdam: Home of the Hamsters.

/gets coat

raziel31
4th Sep 2008, 07:23 AM
Hamsterdam: Home of the Hamsters.


Hum... strange ! ... they forgot to mention it in my favorite book:

http://www.petsathome.com/Assets/PetsAtHome/products/1/1/0/1102436_p.jpg

dub
4th Sep 2008, 07:35 AM
Hamsterdam: Home of the Hamsters.

/gets coat

/gets Slain's coat for him

elmuerte
4th Sep 2008, 08:25 AM
Amsterdam: A place that's totally different from the rest of the Netherlands.
It is? I'm at the opposite side of the country and don't think Amsterdam is much different from +kut.

toniglandyl
4th Sep 2008, 08:49 AM
Amserdam : how to get off-topic

Chandler
4th Sep 2008, 01:45 PM
Melted Cheese: Tastes good with Broccoli.
Now we're off topic.

Kev_Boy
4th Sep 2008, 03:01 PM
Well ain't they cocky :D
I know I know it says Senior...

Sounds more like Superman to me though!

Sjosz
4th Sep 2008, 04:05 PM
And here I was thinking they were based in Purmerend.

_Zd_3s_
4th Sep 2008, 05:11 PM
It is? I'm at the opposite side of the country and don't think Amsterdam is much different from +kut.

Wooooohhoooo!!! Enschede baby!! \o/


Although in my book Amsterdam is definitely different from a city like Enschede (a city in the eastern part of the Netherlands, close to the German border for you non-Dutchies). Enschede is more like a village. Quiet on Sundays, relaxed and organized, compared to the vibrant melting pot that is Amsterdam.

Plus. I live in Enschede. Which lifts it to a whole new level anyway. :D

Kantham
4th Sep 2008, 08:10 PM
14 Replies. None of them is on-topic.

Angel_Mapper
4th Sep 2008, 09:11 PM
I would think any "on topic" posts would be directed towards Streamline's email address rather than be posted here. :p

Kantham
4th Sep 2008, 09:55 PM
Ok. But what about any kind of "on topic" flame posts?

"LOL LOOK GUISE STREAMLINE IS ARE DESPERATELY LOOKING FOR LD'S LOL EPIC FAIL?!?"

Deapblade
5th Sep 2008, 10:38 AM
It is? I'm at the opposite side of the country and don't think Amsterdam is much different from +kut.
I am @ 's-Hertogenbosch, and I like it a lot better here. In Amsterdam, the coffee shops/sex shops almost outnumber the parking spots. :)

elmuerte
5th Sep 2008, 03:05 PM
I am @ 's-Hertogenbosch, and I like it a lot better here. In Amsterdam, the coffee shops/sex shops almost outnumber the parking spots. :)

insert "parking" pun

JaFO
6th Sep 2008, 01:07 AM
Ok. But what about any kind of "on topic" flame posts?

"LOL LOOK GUISE STREAMLINE IS ARE DESPERATELY LOOKING FOR LD'S LOL EPIC FAIL?!?"

No ... it's more like Amsterdam is an 'epic fail' ;)
then again ... being that close to a daily supply of weed and other narcotics must be good for the creative folks I guess.

elmuerte
6th Sep 2008, 02:59 AM
No ... it's more like Amsterdam is an 'epic fail' ;)
then again ... being that close to a daily supply of weed and other narcotics must be good for the creative folks I guess.

You don't need to be in Amsterdam for that