CONTRACTOR & FREELANCE OPPORTUNITIES

We are always on the look-out for experienced talent so feel free to contact us through the e-mail address provided below. Include proof of your skills such as programming samples, GitHub or SVN repositories, artwork portfolios, and showreels.

Please note that at this point in time, we are unable to accept internships.

  • C++ Game Software Engineers (UE4 and/or console experience required.)
  • Character, World, and Vehicle Modelers (Blender & ZBrush preferred.)
  • Experienced Animators and Riggers (Blender is preferred, Maya acceptable.)
  • Talented FPS Level Designers & Concept Designers.
  • Landscape Visualization & Matte Artists.
  • Identity Designers skilled in vector graphics to help create iconic branding.
  • Skilled technical writers: functionality & mechanics, game design documents, technical overviews, in-house manuals, and so forth.
  • Composers, Musicians, and Sound Engineers (we normally use FMOD.)

Please send us your CV or Resume in PDF format, plus a link to your online portfolio, showreel, or repository. Reach out to us at jobs@acemaddox.com with a descriptive subject-line such as “ACE MADDOX — Open Application” if you’re interested in any of the positions listed above.

 

We take a detailed look at every application received. We’ll be sure to contact you, personally, if we wish to continue the application process.

We encourage applicants to check back often for future openings. Talent and projects move fast in the entertainment business, so keep in mind timing and luck is sometimes as important as skill.

Please have in mind we receive an overwhelming amount of applications. Unfortunately, this means we are unable to respond to each application. 







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