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NEW! Fluent French Sound Designer-France-Games

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OPM Response
Employer OPM Response
Category Digital/Web/Digital Media
Salary DOE
Location France

Sound Design

OPM's client has become a major player in the video game industry by making ambitious productions and partnering with several prestigious publishers.
With a recent IP, published by Microsoft, the studio took part in the adventure that Kinect has revolutionized fun video industry with more than 18 million sensors sold worldwide.
Today, as part of its continuing development, my client is actively seeking new talent to imagine together the future of entertainment .

We are looking for a Sound Designer to work under the responsibility of the Lead Audio.
You will be involved in the following areas:

The implementation of the audio (atmospheres, sound effects, voice) and music
The design of interactive sounds and sound systems
The debug audio.
Mixing elements of the game audio

Significant experience in the video game (AAA console titles published)
Knowledge of the process of implementation of sound
Master Wwise and audio sequencer
Ability in sound design and audio editing (sound synthesis, audio edition)
His specialized training - Definition of programming in C + + appreciated
French & English speaking.

We will require a portfolio/website to be submitted alongside your CV as this will be passed to the client.

Only candidates with a proven track record of working in AAA Console titles who speak fluent French and English will be considered.

To apply, please send a copy of your most recent CV to officemanager@opmjobs.com

Natalie Whiting |
OPM Response Ltd
Direct Line: + 44 (0) 1206 214415 |
Email: Natalie@opmjobs.com |
Skype: natalie.whiting.opm
Linkedin: http://uk.linkedin.com/pub/natalie-whiting/1b/a46/a14
Twitter: Natalie.Whiting.OPM

The salary bracket shown is approximate and is no guarantee of the income on offer. Salary and benefits will be discussed with candidates at interview with the company and are individually negotiated by OPM.