Junior Audio Designer Trainee - Aardman - Kickstart Scheme
Though most well-known for stop motion feature films, Aardman has been making games for around 14 years, and moved into console gaming for the first time in 2018 with the co-production 11-11: Memories Retold, published by Bandai Namco. Since then, Aardman have been working on a brand new gaming IP for a multi-national publisher, filled with all the character, humour, love and craft you would expect from an Aardman film. Based in Bristol in the South West, Aardman work from a custom built HQ building with an on-site 40 seat cinema amongst other perks, as well as another base which houses the stop motion feature production. Founded in 1976, Aardman has become one of the UK’s biggest names in storytelling, and sees games and interactive as the future of telling really exciting, interesting, and characterful stories for years to come.
Come and work within a fantastic team of experienced programmers, helping us build the foundations of an amazing new PC/Console title.
This role will be supporting the audio team for the game, learning about the specifics of audio creation and implementation for games.
This could involve creation and processing of SFX, gathering references, sourcing library sounds, recording VO and foley, and implementing audio in the game engine.
The ideal candidate must have experience with creating SFX, Unreal or Unity and experience with implementing audio in a game engine.
Kickstart is a Government scheme aimed to help support young people back into work after the economic effects of the pandemic. The Job Placements are only available for Universal Credit claimants aged 16 to 24 and out of education who are referred to employers by their respective Work Coaches.
In order to apply you should:
- Fill the form below
- Get in touch with your work coach (reference postcode BS1 6UN) to get a referral.