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3D animator (mid/senior)

Flexible location

Job Type

Ongoing beginning in February 2023 or as soon as possible.


About the Role

We’re looking for an experienced 3D animator, preferably with prior experience developing games with Unreal Engine. You will join the development team of our sophomore game project, a survival horror first-person shooter, set to enter production in spring 2023.

The core of your work will be designing and producing 3D animations for human and animal/monster characters and implementing them in Unreal Engine 5. You will be working closely with the project’s Lead Artist and Lead Programmer, as well as the entire production team.


Experience level

  • At least one professional game project under your belt as an animator. Please tell us which title(s) you have shipped!

Skills and qualities

  • 3D animation rigging with forward and inverse kinematics

  • Familiarity with Unreal Engine

  • Bonus points for procedural animation and UE 5 control rigs experience.

Other information

  • Our working language is English, and we need you to be able to communicate comfortably in speech and writing. Finnish language proficiency is not required.

  • Our HQ is in Turku, Finland, and applicants from areas with a similar time zone are preferred. If your place of residence also allows you to visit us on site, that's a big plus but not required.

  • Please include your salary wish in your application. We will begin reading applications and contacting applicants in January, and the first round of interviews will be conducted via Discord call as soon as suitable candidates are found.

About the Company

We're a Turku-based company of about 20 people as of the end of 2022, best known for our first major release Barotrauma. We've been in business since 2014, and our upcoming second title has been in the works behind the scenes since 2019.

We value freedom combined with responsibility, self-motivation bundled with team skills. We work with ownership and enthusiasm each about our own corner of the project, while welcoming new perspective, review, and feedback from others.

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