Hello Games, the developer responsible for 2016’s most controversial game release, No Man’s Sky, are hiring. The studio, which is made up of less than 20 people are looking to expand their team. A selection of roles are up for grabs if you fancy dipping your toes in game development, or writing.
Hello Games are looking for a writer, with the ability to write fiction and non-fiction, and can dig up a story from all kinds of places. Imagine you’re writing the next big No Man’s Sky expansion, with a deep sci-fi story. Sound good? Go for it, and apply here.
The studio is also looking for a QA tester, to try out new content, find holes that need filling, and report to the developers. It’s tough work, but it’s a good starting point in the industry if you want to get your foot in the door. You can apply for that here.
Happy Monday! If you are looking for something new, we are hiring://t.co/L7e9TbH79E
— Sean Murray (@NoMansSky) December 12, 2016
Hello Games are also looking for an experienced programmer, and a graduate programmer to join the team.
– You have 4+ years experience at a game studio and fancy a challenge working on No Man’s Sky
– You’re experienced at programming in C++, but you can also turn your hand to anything code-related, and enjoy working on all aspects of making a game.
Or, if you’re just a graduate starting out;
– You have great grades from a computer science degree, or a similar degree with lots of programming and maths, and solid maths skills to at least A-Level, uh, level
– You have a solid understanding of C++
– You have some amazing demos of things you’ve been working on in your spare time that you can’t wait to show us
For more information on the roles, you can visit the blog post here. Why not try and make No Man’s Sky great again? Or, eventually.