At Ubisoft, we aspire to be a workplace where EVERYONE is supported, empowered and invited to join the game. We believe that by prioritising equity and inclusivity, we fuel creative endeavours and craft gameplay experiences that reflect and respect our uniquely talented game-makers and outstanding players.
As a Junior Materials Artist you are passionate about creating realistic material assets that help bring an environment to life. You have an eye for detail, and enjoy research to ensure your creations are accurate and of a high standard.
You enjoy collaborating with the environment art team to tell stories through art, bringing worlds to life through creating functional assets that can be used across the project. Being passionate about your craft, you’ll thrive on conducting in-depth research, and receiving and giving constructive feedback through peer review sessions to continuously improve the quality and consistency of your work.
To you, it’s the opportunity to work on something new and exciting, a project that piques your interest and pushes your boundaries. You’re the kind of person who understands the importance of collaboration and clear communication. You enjoy seeing your contribution to the bigger picture and relish the opportunity to learn from talented and respected peers.
As our next Junior Materials Artist, you will play an integral part in telling a new story, communicating the Art Director’s creative vision through tone and style with realistic renderings that build a whole new world inspired by the project’s narrative and design.
What you'll bring
At Ubisoft, we aim to be a destination of choice for the best talent. We want people like you, who will be instrumental in driving our studios to success.
A portfolio consisting of at least 5 Materials Art pieces that showcase your understanding of materials rendering.
Working knowledge of industry leading 3D modelling packages and techniques;
Understanding of composition visual story telling;
Knowledge of level editors;
Understanding of Physically Based Rendering systems;
Familiarity with data management software (such as Perforce) is desirable;
Basic gameplay and level design knowledge is desirable;
Knowledge of optimisation techniques (e.g. 3D Studio Max);
Joining Ubisoft you will contribute to a fun and friendly team that values openness and inclusivity as one of our key pillars. You will have the opportunity to learn, grow and develop your career whilst sharing our continued success as we expand our ever-growing catalogue of games.
With us, you’ll be part of a highly talented team aiming to create a whole new world for our players as we strive to successfully release the next big Ubisoft IP.
Your passion for learning and development will enable you to push boundaries and continue to grow and progress in your role, with limitless opportunities to reach your full potential.
To us, it’s more than just a job at Ubisoft. It’s a journey. It’s an experience. A way to bring players and communities together. A place to celebrate our differences. A place to grow.
What we'll provide
We put our people first through nurturing their creativity and wellbeing and the reason we continue to create engaging and compelling AAA titles that are loved across the world.
Everything you need to keep your life in balance - hybrid working, flexible core hours, 25 days of annual leave, Christmas shutdown, and a plan that will enable you to work from anywhere in the EU for up to four weeks per year
Life insurance, income insurance, private healthcare, an annual well-being allowance, and more
Generous resources committed to your perpetual personal and professional development
Investment in our community - with paid volunteering days
Fun and entertainment - with free games, activities, and celebrations
Generous relocation support - should you need it
READY TO APPLY?
We aim to build the world’s most distinctive and diverse gaming studio; therefore, we strongly encourage you to apply. We’d love to hear about you and your background.