Please note that this job advert is for an expression of interest only and not an active job vacancy.
Framestore is an Oscar, Bafta, and Emmy award-winning global creative company working in film, advertising, AR/MR/VR, theme park attractions, and pre/post visualisation work among many other creative endeavours.
Framestore’s Immersive Division are a dedicated team within one of the world's largest VFX studios - combining exciting IP and cutting-edge technologies to create never-before-seen experiences and deliver them to audiences around the world across a wide variety of immersive platforms. For more information on the types of projects please look here.
The Immersive department in London is looking to fill an Engine DevOps position. We are looking for somebody to architect, build and manage the infrastructure that enables our developers to create awesome content. If you are passionate about new challenges and are looking to help build cutting-edge immersive XR games and experiences, come work with us.
You will help to create infrastructure as code for real-time projects and support live production systems for the continuous testing and delivery of game-like experiences. The software you write will deliver a robust, efficient, and secure infrastructure for the development team. We are looking for someone with strong technical skills, autonomy and a good problem-solving mindset.
What you'll do:
What we're looking for:
Proficient with continuous integration systems e.g. Jenkins or TeamCity
Ability to plan, design and communicate architecture consisting of multiple components
Expertise in cross-platform build systems in Linux and Windows
Experience with cloud platforms and containers
Familiarity with branching strategies and how they relate to the SDLC
Experience administering source control systems
Windows System Administrator knowledge
Strong interpersonal skills and problem-solving ability
You might also have:
Experience with games or VFX pipelines for software and assets
Knowledge of Unreal or Unity
Knowledge of C++, C#, and Python