21 great new audio jobs at Vox Media, Rockstar Dundee, Supermassive, Ubisoft, Gameloft, Aristocrat, Schell, Blizzard, ESPN, SEGA Europe, nDreams, Improbable Metaverse Group, CoStar Group, Sonorous, Boom Post, Moonbug, Soundtrack New York, Wargaming, Roblox, and Cloud Imperium

By December 1, 2022Audio Jobs
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We came across interesting new jobs at Supermassive Games, Ubisoft Bordeaux, Vox Media Studios, and Rockstar Dundee – and they’re looking for a Dialogue Designer (Guildford, UK), Sound Programmer (France), Producer II (Remote / US), and Audio Designer (Scotland).

We also found openings for a Senior Sound Designer at Aristocrat (Remote), Talent Acquisition Specialist at Schell Games (PA, US), Turkish Language Lead at Blizzard Entertainment (CA, US / Remote), Localization Audio Producer at Blizzard Entertainment (CA, US), Sound Designer at ESPN (CT, US), Junior Sound Designer at SEGA Europe (France), Audio Manager at nDreams (England), Principal Technical Artist for Art & Audio at Improbable Metaverse Group (Remote), Sound Designer at Wargaming (Croatia), Audio Project Manager at Gameloft (Montréal, Canada), Senior Audio Software Engineer at Roblox (CA, US), and Music Designer at Cloud Imperium Games (England).

Bonus: The Audio Jobs Facebook and LinkedIn groups also have opportunities for a Music Director at CoStar Group (VA, US / Hybrid), Senior Sound Designer at Sonorous (Remote), Audio Delivery Coordinator at Boom Post (England), Music Producer at Moonbug Entertainment (England / Hybrid), and Audio Engineer/Technician at Soundtrack New York (NY, US). Happy job hunting!

Highlight – sound stories this week:


Dialogue Designer
Company: Supermassive Games
Location: England
Job description

Dialogue is the keystone to a character driven cinematic experience.

You will be part of an award-winning team. Supermassive has won a Bafta, several TIGA Awards, has been nominated for Best Audio Design at IGDA, Creative and Technical Achievement in Sound Design at the G.A.N.G awards and won Outstanding Sound Editing in a Game Cinema at NAVGTR.

Working closely with the Audio Director and Production Manager you will:
  • Closely collaborate with the audio director, game director and design team
  • Design and develop runtime vocal FX processes, human and creature
  • Design and develop animation linked procedural dialogue systems
  • Edit, master, implement, oversee cinematic quality dialogue
  • Work closely with external vendors and studios
  • Schedule and track assets through the dialogue pipeline
  • Support and help direct the localisation processes
  • Alongside audio coders, develop dialogue workflow, pipeline, and tools
  • Support / mentor junior team members.
  • Passionate about dialogue with a desire to stand out against the competition
  • Proven dialogue skills for game or linear formats
  • Team player, positive and encouraging with great communication skills
  • Self-managing, mature approach to ownership and delivery
  • Skilled sound recordist (studio and in the field)
  • Knowledge of Reaper, plugins and other software
  • Experience in multi-channel formats.
  • Quarterly Profit-related Bonus Scheme
  • 25 days annual leave
  • Pension
  • 6 x life assurance
  • Social events – including large summer party
  • Constantly improving tools and workflow so you can focus on creativity
  • Fast decision-making allows good ideas to flourish
  • We celebrate and nurture talent
  • Our supportive, inclusive and friendly team culture is something we are proud of
  • Work-life balance is something we respect and protect
  • Ultimately, you’ll work on the cutting edge – making innovative and immersive games.
Source: Devbrada
Sound Programmer
Company: Ubisoft Bordeaux
Location: Bordeaux, France
Job description

You will be part of the Bordeaux studio and join the production team of one of our flagship franchises. As part of the AAA project's Audio team, you will be responsible for the development and optimization of the game's audio engine.

In this context, your tasks will include:
  • Be the project main technical contact for the integration of the game's sound, from pre-production to delivery,
  • Integrate, maintain and optimize the Wwise audio middleware in our game engine,
  • Develop audio related features in partnership with the game designers and sound designers,
  • Collaborate with the technical sound designers for the development of plug-ins and interfaces for the audio engine,
  • Support the audio debugging of the game.
  • You have a degree in programming (engineering school, university or equivalent), and you have a first significant experience in engine or gameplay programming in the video game industry, ideally on audio issues,
  • You have excellent knowledge of C++ and object-oriented programming,
  • You know the constraints of real time programming, memory management and multithreading,
  • You are interested in sound and audio in general,
  • You are autonomous and proactive and know how to work in a team,
  • Your command of English allows you to work in an international environment.

Skills and competencies show up in different forms and can be based on different experiences, that's why we strongly encourage you to apply even though you may not have all the requirements listed above.

  • Phone Interview with our recruters
  • Online technical test
  • Teams Interview with our internal teams
  • Final interview with the project manager

If your application is not retained, you will receive a negative answer. According to the sanitary measures related to COVID-19, all interviews will be held by visioconference and every employee can partially work from home.

At Ubisoft, you can come as you are. We embrace diversity in all its forms. We’re committed to fostering a work environment that is inclusive and respectful of all differences, we value diversity at our company and do not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age or disability status. All personal informations will be treated as confidential according to the Employment Equity act.

Check out this guide to help you with your application, and learn about our actions to encourage more diversity and inclusion.

Source: XP Game Jobs
Producer II
Company: Vox Media Studios
Location: Remote / US
Job description


Criminal is one of the most-listened-to podcasts in the United States and has been called “the thinking person’s true crime podcast.” Founded in 2014, Criminal has been awarded numerous documentary prizes and has been praised by the ACLU of New York, the New York Times, and by the Prime Minister of New Zealand, Jacinda Ardern.

In 2018, the Criminal team launched This is Love. Time Magazine says, “The podcast tries to decode the mystery of how our romances, obsessions, and relationships drive us. Listening to it can feel like a contact high.”

Criminal Productions is part of Vox Media, the leading modern media company. We guide our audience from discovery to obsession. We inspire essential conversations about what’s now, what’s next, and what’s possible.

As a community of journalists and storytellers, business professionals, creators, and technologists, we believe it is a moral and business imperative to amplify voices: to cultivate diversity, equity, and inclusion throughout our organization and media. This applies to our candidates, our teams, our storytelling, our creative work, and our platforms, products, and partnerships.

Producers plan and execute all phases of reporting and production for episodes of Criminal, This is Love, and future projects. Producers work closely with colleagues in a collaborative environment, sometimes taking the lead on writing a story and other times supporting colleagues with booking, research, tape-gathering, tape-editing, fact-checking, mixing, and more. If you're right for this role, you're a hands-on, deadline-driven, self-directed producer who's comfortable working independently to deliver high-quality produced pieces—but thrives in a team setting where many different voices are welcomed into the process of shaping the work.

  • Pitch unique and compelling story ideas and construct innovative ways to tell them
  • Locate people who are hard to find and cold-call strangers
  • Book studios and coordinate schedules with guests and our host
  • Regularly conduct in-depth research and develop host questions
  • Write scripts for the ear
  • Edit interview audio and score episodes using Pro Tools, or be ready to learn how
  • Participate in long collaborative group edits with our host and other producers
  • Write social and newsletter copy as needed
  • Jump in to help colleagues with other production tasks as needed

The ideal candidate has 5+ years of experience working on a narrative, non-fiction podcast. We’re looking for someone with a demonstrated ability to identify and structure a surprising story. You know your way around editing software – preferably Pro Tools.

Ideally you’re drawn to unusual details, with a hearty appetite for research (looking for a gem in a newspaper archive, getting curious about exceptions, and overlooked people, ideas, and institutions).

You think it feels good to write and revise collaboratively. You meet deadlines, and independently push your work forward in between edits. When you don’t know something, you’re comfortable admitting it. When you need help, you’re comfortable asking for it. You care deeply about facts and getting them right, and fact check yourself (even when you feel sure). When you approach stories and subjects, you’re a good listener. You’re open-minded, and interested in nuance and ambiguity.

Because we’re a small team, you must excel at collaborating, and be ready to help with all aspects of thriving podcasts, beyond direct production.

To apply, please submit a résumé, cover letter, and links to 3-5 stories you’ve written and / or produced. In your cover letter, please be sure to address the following questions: What appeals to you about working with us? Which Criminal or This is Love episodes stand out to you? What’s your approach to finding, researching, and writing stories? Feel free to go longer than you usually do in a cover letter — we’d love to get a sense of how you think, write, and edit.

This job is remote. We are based in Durham, North Carolina, but you can live and work wherever is best for you. We’re dedicated to the health and wellbeing of all of our employees, and when we reopen, will require everyone who works from one of our offices to be fully-vaccinated against COVID-19. Employees with approved religious or medical exemptions may be subject to additional safety requirements, such as submitting to regular COVID-19 testing and/or wearing a face covering in our offices.


This is a permanent, full-time position. This job is benefits-eligible. We pride ourselves in providing comprehensive benefits to support all of our employees wherever they are in life. You can find more information about our benefits here.

This role is a part of the Vox Media Union, represented by the Writers Guild of America, East.


Vox Media is committed to building an inclusive environment where everyone can show up as their authentic selves and create their best work. We recognize that great stories, platforms, products and services come from people with all manner of backgrounds and experiences. We recognize that our commitments require ongoing work and sustained attention, as well as adaptation to new insights and best practices. We keep our diversity data public for the sake of accountability, transparency and communication. Learn more about our values here, and our approach to corporate citizenship here.

Vox Media is an Equal Opportunity Employer and qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, religion, disability, national origin, protected veteran status, age, or any other status protected by applicable national, federal, state, or local law. Vox Media will also consider all qualified applicants with criminal histories in accordance with applicable Fair Chance laws. We are also committed to providing reasonable accommodations as part of the application process to candidates with disabilities. If you require a reasonable accommodation as part of the application process, please contact our People & Culture team (recruitment@voxmedia.com).


Our recruiting team will go through applications in a timely manner. Please note that our recruiting team will only contact you from @voxmedia.com email addresses, never via text message. Read more about how our recruiting team operates, and how to protect yourself from recruitment fraud, here.


The salary range listed below represents the minimum and maximum base pay for this position at the time of this posting. Final salary offered to the candidate selected for the position will be based on factors including but not limited to the candidate's skills and experience.

Salary Range

$88,000—$105,000 USD

Audio Designer
Company: Rockstar Dundee
Location: Scotland
Job description

At Rockstar Games, we create world-class entertainment experiences.

A career at Rockstar Games is about being part of a team working on some of the most creatively rewarding and ambitious projects to be found in any entertainment medium. You would be welcomed to a dedicated and inclusive environment where you can learn, and collaborate with some of the most talented people in the industry.

Rockstar Dundee is on the lookout for a talented Audio Designer who possesses a passion for innovative interactive sound production. This is a full-time permanent position based out of Rockstar's unique game development studio in Dundee.

  • The Rockstar audio design team is responsible for designing, recording, editing, and implementing the SFX for all Rockstar titles.
  • We're committed to creating deeply immersive interactive audio, pushing the sonic boundaries of what's possible in our medium.
  • Creation and implementation of in-game sound effects – from raw wave asset creation through to tuning in-game behaviour and mixing, using a combination of commercial and in-house tools.
  • Working closely with audio programmers to design and then refine interactive audio systems.
  • Working with mission designers to understand, create, and implement audio.
  • Scheduling and tracking of their own work, and co-ordinating their work with other members of the audio team.
  • Mentoring and development of junior audio designers.
  • Assisting with preparation, execution, and editing of recording sessions e.g. vehicle engines, foley, ambience.
  • 2+ years experience in game audio design (AAA experience preferred).
  • Excellent creative audio design skills.
  • Excellent critical listening skills.
  • Ability to create and tune extremely high-quality audio assets from scratch, to a creative brief, sourcing assets from libraries or from custom recordings.
  • Commercial experience using audio middleware such as Wwise, Unreal Engine 5 Audio or similar for implementing interactive game audio.
  • Expert knowledge of popular DAW packages such as Pro Tools or REAPER.
  • Understanding of technical limitations and trade-offs, and an interest in exploring the potential of new audio technology to creatively solve problems.
  • Experience creating interactive audio that utilises complex real-time modulation sources.
  • Understanding of environmental acoustic modelling, and ability to create assets suitable for diverse open-world environments.
  • Knowledge of recording techniques and technologies – microphones, audio recording equipment, etc.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work with our large interdisciplinary team.
Please note that these are desirable skills and are not required to apply for the position.
  • Understanding of modular synthesis and other procedural audio techniques.
  • Experience working with ambisonics or other spatial audio techniques.
  • Experience working with Bug Tracking software such as Jira or Trac.
  • Experience working on AAA projects.

Please apply with a CV and cover letter demonstrating how you meet the skills above. If we would like to move forward with your application, a Rockstar recruiter will reach out to you to explain next steps and guide you through the process.

Rockstar is proud to be an equal opportunity employer, and we are committed to hiring, promoting, and compensating employees based on their qualifications and demonstrated ability to perform job responsibilities.

If you've got the right skills for the job, we want to hear from you. We encourage applications from all suitable candidates regardless of age, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, belief, or race.

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