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Company Name:
Infinity Ward / Activision
Location:
Woodland Hills, California
Country:
United States
Job Type:
Game Design
Position type:
Full Time
Platform
PC / Windows, Playstation 4, Xbox One
Experience Level:
Mid-Senior Level
Education:
High School or equivalent

Senior Game Designer (Scripter)

Infinity Ward is looking for a senior level, Single-Player Gameplay Designer on some of the best-selling and most critically acclaimed shooters of all time.


Responsibilities:
  • Create compelling and immersive gameplay with memorable and impactful moments.
  • Use your technical background for problem solving, systems creation and scripting unique scenarios.
  • Work with a flexible C-style scripting language to realize your designs.

Requirements:
  • Computer Science (CS) Degree or shipped AAA scripting or gameplay programming experience.
  • Creative with the ability to communicate your ideas. As a Designer, you’re expected to be in front of the studio to sell your ideas.
  • Serious passion for games. Whether you enjoy an FPS or a board game you should be able to break down and articulate their strengths and weaknesses.
  • Collaborate with and motivate your peers to create innovative and inspiring gameplay.
  • Ability to take feedback from Lead Designers to iterate and improve your designs.
  • Comfortable directing input with other disciplines such as Art, Animation, Audio and Narrative.
  • Know our games: know why they’re good, why they’re bad and how you will make them better.
  • Be confident and articulate; if you’re passionate about joining Infinity Ward, prove it to us.
  • Samples of your work – screenshots or links to videos with your application. We are looking for playable examples of finished shooter levels or mods.
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