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Tools programmer – NaturalMotion Games

UK – South East

We are looking for a Software Engineer / C# Tool Developer to help build our content creation pipeline. The role will be responsible for the detailed programming and testing of individual programmes or routines within an overall project.

The ideal candidate will have developed software that is used by artists in a production environment in the games industry. Candidates without relevant experience who meet the other requirements are still encouraged to apply.


  • Work with artists and engineers to design and implement software features and applications
  • Familarity and expertise in developing art asset pipeline
  • Work on our existing 3D rendering systems to produce new tools to be used for future projects
  • Contribute to software reviews and product documentation

For more details and to apply, click here.

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