Do you have a burning desire to be a part of making the best games out there? Is game development your number one dream job? You might be just who we’re looking for!
Want to be a part of making the best, most stunning games out there?
We’re currently especially looking for people for the following positions. Even if your dream position isn’t listed below, but you feel Frozenbyte is where you belong, don’t hesitate to send an application regardless! We’re always keeping our eyes and ears open for talent.
Click the links below to open more information about the positions and their requirements.
- Animation Positions
- Level Artists
- Visual Effect Artist
- Graphic User Interface Artist
- Technical Artist
- Gameplay Programmers
- Editor & Tools Programmers
- Engine Programmers
- HR Trainee/Assistant
- Junior Writing Position
At Frozenbyte you’ll get the chance to work with existing and new Frozenbyte IPs!
All applications should be sent to: [email protected]
We strongly recommend reading through the Jobs page first – applications that follow the general requirements and useful tips mentioned there have a higher chance of leading to an interview.
Send us your application and let us know why you’d be a perfect addition to the Frozenbyte team!
I think you should mention the Finnish language requirement a bit sooner. It’s not something one would expect as the whole job page is in English.
Last time I was surprised, this time I was more prepared and less socked 😛
I was surprised by this as well :/ oh well
Finnish language is a really strict requirement for most people. Most people study their native language + english and/or french (and many time if your native language is not english you just study english, not french)…. if you study many languages you usually are not programmer.
I already produced some small game, with Unity3d, I also modeled my 3d models with blender, also I already graduated in informatics. But I’m still at university, and I would like to finish it before find a job (it’s not easy here to finish the university while work)…
But I do not think I will study Finnish.