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Develop Jobs: Join Stainless Games as technical project manager

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Today we’ll be taking a look at the role of tehnical project manager at Carmageddon developer Stainless Games, based in the Isle of Wight.

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Isle of Wight – UK

The primary responsibility of the Technical Project Manager is to manage the internal Technical team alongside the Head of Tech.

The Tech team are responsible for supporting all projects at Stainless with the continual development, enhancement and future planning of our own mature, multi-platform game engine.

This is a cross-project role and as such the TPM will maintain high levels of coordination between Project Leads and Production to ensure the Tech team deliver required technical features and enhancement to required game production schedules.

The TPM will have high level technical expertise, programming task planning, deep knowledge of development platforms and programming team management.

Working alongside the Head of Tech Programmer the TPM will take on the majority of the administrative and planning responsibilities for the Tech programming team allowing the Head of Tech Programmer to focus the majority of their time on programming.

For more details and to apply, click here.

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