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Hiring: Perception PTY LTD, Sydney, Australia

Discussion in 'Games' started by TheSpoonDog, May 3, 2004.

  1. TheSpoonDog

    TheSpoonDog CBP3! Yarrr!

    Jun 1, 2001
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    Hi guys,

    Experienced Unreal Engine Level Designers

    Perception, based in Sydney, is a self-funded Game Studio in operation since 1995. Perception is currently developing a game based on the hit TV series “Stargate SG-1”, licensed from MGM Interactive Inc., a unit of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios. We are looking for talented and experienced Unreal Engine Level Editors to join our team in developing top-quality PS2, PC and X-box games. To find out more about Perception, please visit: www.perception.com.au

    You will be responsible for: creating game levels and maps, integrating the game plays according to the script and considering the fun factor and the immersion of the player, creating small cinematic in real time etc... You will be using assets created by the artists and do not need texturing or modeling skills. You will work under direction of the Lead Level Editor.

    • A minimum of 2 years of experience working in the video game industry or on community projects as a Level Designer or equivalent;
    • Extensive experience of Unreal Engine and 3DStudioMax.
    • Technical understanding of game engines
    • Demonstrated experience in placing and scripting entities (such as enemies, movers, and objects) to create fun, absorbing game-play.
    • A strong artistic and creative sense with the ability to design and build interesting, innovative, exciting and immersive levels in order to give to the player an unforgettable experience;
    • Ability to design to given specifications
    • Collaborating with Lead Designer to define and refine game-play mechanics
    • Ability to produce articulate design documentation detailing innovative game-play mechanics, mission walkthroughs, story lines, character biographies, control systems, and asset inventories.
    • A strong and deep video game culture with a good knowledge of the general rules and mechanics of a game play for console and PC games.
    • Willing to accept direction, work well under pressure, and handle multiple tasks.
    • Excellent communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills.

    • Previous games industry experience
    • Art skills
    • Scripting experience
    • Design experience with consoles
    • Avid gamer

    Submission Guidelines
    To apply, in addition to your resume, please send us a portfolio URL or CD containing completed level designs. Playable levels are encouraged, but commented walkthroughs are acceptable. For playable levels, please include loading instructions. You'll also want to indicate what parts of the level you created, a summary of your thought process, and an analysis of the completed design.

    Commensurate with ability and experience. Relevant experience, and specialised knowledge all contribute to a higher salary.
    If you believe that you are the right person for this position, please forward your resume and portfolio to: jobs@perception.com.au. When applying for this position, Please quote the Reference: LED05.


    Cory Spooner
    Level designer
    Perception PTY LTD
    Last edited: May 3, 2004
  2. Yoshiro

    Yoshiro New Member

    Jul 22, 2003
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    Looking forward to the game. I"m sure you'll bribe some nice Talent your way out of our modding community
  3. Fordy

    Fordy Member

    Jul 10, 2001
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    Bribe me bribe me! Oh wait did someone say talent? Oh never mind :)

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