Great new audio jobs at DICE LA, Dolby, Apple, Spotify, Raven, Konami Gaming, Sledgehammer, Sony, Larian, Riot, Creative Assembly, Museum of London, Cogswell College, and 18 more!

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We came across interesting jobs at DICE LA, Sledgehammer, Raven, and Konami Gaming – and they’re looking for an Audio Artist, Sr Audio Software Engineer, Sr Audio Software Engineer, and Composer/Sound Designer.

Bonus: The Audio Jobs group also has opportunities for Audio Interns at Sony SF/LA/SD, Audio Lead at Larian Studios, Audio Lead at Lionbridge Game Services, Sound Designer at Riot Games, Senior Sound Designer at Creative Assembly, Audio Checker at Scale Three, Sound Designer at GraphicAudio, AV Technician at the Museum of London, and Faculty Instructor at Cogswell College.

Plus, we found many jobs in the Hey Audio Student group (source: John Krivit) where you can find openings for an Audio Engineer at the Wall Street Journal, QA Engineer at Apple, Podcast and Blog Assistant at Penn State, Podcast Producer at Spotify Paris, Marketing Student at Audible Berlin, Sound Intern at Toymail, Audio Engineer at Dolby Shenzhen, Audio Production Lab Tech at Brooklyn College.

There are also openings in podcasting with an Executive Producer at Tegna Media, Executive Producer at Vox Podcasts, Podcast Producer at The University of Chicago, Podcast Executive at American Public Media.

And there are several jobs in Massachusetts – Creative Tech Manager at Zumix, Sound Engineer at North Shore Music Theatre, Studio Intern at Beach House Studios, Audio Producer at Rosetta Stone, AV Semantics Intern at Mitsubishi Cambridge, Project Manager at High Output, Inc., and Sound Designer at Brown Box Theatre Project.

Happy job hunting!

Audio Artist II (Temporary)
Company: DICE Los Angeles
Location: Playa Vista, CA, USA
Job description

Our mission is to create world class entertainment while working in a manner that is different from the rest of the industry. We believe that our games reflect the means by which they are produced. The ones that are crafted in a climate of inspiration have qualities that resonate with gamers. At DICE LA, you will be empowered to have a creative stake in everything you do. We have a studio culture where everyone is a game maker, no matter what they do. We also firmly believe that in order to achieve peak performance one must have a balance between work and personal life.

We want this to be the studio where you do the best work of your career.

We are looking for wildly creative applicants who have a real passion for games, great social and communication skills, as well as a positive, teammate mentality.

Responsibilities:
• Help our Audio Team craft a world class audio experience
• Be a key sound design contributor within our Audio Team
• Use the DAW’s Nuendo or Reaper to edit, name and organize sound files (sound effects, speech, music)
• Work within our development pipeline to set up sounds for in-game playback
• Set up visual scripting logic to trigger in game sounds
• Work within the FrostED game editor to import, name, and organize audio assets
• Help the Audio Team with location sound recording: sound effects, character foley, weapons, ambience, etc.
• Testing and Quality Control of in-game audio assets
• Must contribute to the training and mentoring of junior level Audio Team members
• Take direction from the Audio Director and Senior Sound Designer, and work as a positive and productive member of the Audio Team

Requirements:
• At least one year’s experience as a sound designer working for a Game Studio
• BA, Technical School Degree, or equivalent work experience in Sound Design or Recording Arts
• In depth knowledge of audio theory and sound design practices; includes knowledge of waveform editing, equalization, compression, mixing, plug ins, etc.
• Proficiency with audio software DAW, such as Nuendo, Reaper, Pro Tools, Sound Forge, Vegas, Cubase, Logic
• Proficiency with audio plug in software such as Waves, FabFilter, iZotope, Soundtoys, etc.
• Experience or knowledge of audio game development tools, such as Wwise, FMOD, or other proprietary 3D Editors
• Strong technical proficiency. Knowledge or experience with any visual scripting program is a plus (such as Reaktor, Max, Pure Data, UDK)
• You must be committed to growing within your craft, and continuously improving your skillset as a sound designer

Apply online and submit the following:
• Resume
• Sound Design Demo weblink

Electronic Arts Inc. is a leading global interactive entertainment software company. EA delivers games, content and online services for Internet-connected consoles, personal computers, mobile phones and tablets.

Source: Sela Keating
Senior Audio Technical Engineer
Company: Sledgehammer Games
Location: Foster City, CA, USA
Job description

Sledgehammer Games, developer of numerous award-winning games, including Call of Duty: WWII, Advanced Warfare, and Modern Warfare 3 is seeking a Senior Software Engineer with an audio emphasis. We are actively recruiting engineering talent to work on developing the Call of Duty engine technology. This is a great opportunity to work with a passionate engineering team and help shape cutting-edge industry technology.

Your orders and directives:
• Develop, design, modify, optimize and debug audio pipeline, and engine systems
• Deploy, evaluate performance and test software on Xbox One/PS4/Windows platforms
• Communicate features and collaborate with engineering, design, and audio teams
• Participate in the technical design, performance and code review process
• Contribute to design and roadmap of industry-leading AAA engine

The medals and honors you must have earned:
• Bachelor’s degree in a Computer Science, Engineering, or Math-related field
• 5+ years of experience working with audio or other related technologies
• Passion for game audio
• Understand audio-specific terminology and technology
• Experience with data compression techniques
• Familiar with common audio file formats and codecs
• Strong math skills
• Familiarity using CPU performance analysis tools
• Comprehensive understanding of object-oriented programming
• Strong background in C/C++
• Solid debugging skills including ability to debug at an assembly-level when necessary
• Good communicator that enjoys collaboration with the programming and audio teams
• Passion for code and data optimization
• Creative, motivated, focused, passionate, results-oriented
• Demonstrated ability to write efficient, clean, readable, portable, and reliable code

What you should know to get double XP!
• Experience with game audio APIs (Wwise, FMOD, etc.)
• Experience with audio stitching, mixing, DSP, filter design and/or 3D
• Understanding of VOIP, networking and multiplayer game technology
• Background with parallel programming and multi-threaded code

Source: Mark Kilborn
Senior Audio Software Engineer
Company: Raven Software
Location: Middleton, WI, USA
Job description

Raven Software, developer of numerous award-winning games, including contributions to the Call of Duty franchise, Singularity, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, and Wolfenstein is seeking a Senior Software Engineer with an audio technical emphasis. We are actively recruiting engineering talent to work on developing the Call of Duty engine technology. This is a great opportunity to work with a passionate engineering team and help shape cutting-edge industry technology.

Job duties include:
• Develop, design, modify, optimize and debug audio pipeline, and engine systems
• Deploy, evaluate performance and test software on Xbox One/PS4/Windows platforms
• Communicate features and collaborate with engineering, design, and audio teams
• Participate in the technical design, performance and code review process
• Contribute to design and roadmap of industry-leading AAA engine

Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree in a Computer Science, Engineering, or Math-related field
• 5+ years of experience working with audio or other related technologies
• Passion for game audio
• Understand audio-specific terminology and technology
• Experience with data compression techniques
• Familiar with common audio file formats and codecs
• Strong math skills
• Familiarity using CPU performance analysis tools
• Comprehensive understanding of object-oriented programming
• Strong background in C/C++
• Solid debugging skills including ability to debug at an assembly-level when necessary
• Good communicator that enjoys collaboration with the programming and audio teams
• Passion for code and data optimization
• Creative, motivated, focused, passionate, results-oriented
• Demonstrated ability to write efficient, clean, readable, portable, and reliable code

The ideal candidate will also have:
• Experience with game audio APIs (Wwise, FMOD, etc.)
• Experience with audio stitching, mixing, DSP, filter design and/or 3D
• Understanding of VOIP, networking and multiplayer game technology
• Background with parallel programming and multi-threaded code

Located in Madison, Wisconsin, RAVEN SOFTWARE offers an upscale work environment with state-of-the-art workstations, competitive compensation, generous benefits, highly-skilled teammates, affordable living, and an exceptional quality of life.

Composer/Sound Designer
Company: Konami Gaming
Location: Las Vegas, NV, USA
Job description

Konami Gaming, Inc is actively seeking a Composer/Sound Designer with experience from the Casino and/or Consumer Gaming Industry. Successful candidates will have Music Composition skills and have worked for Casino Slot Game Manufacturers and/or Video Game Designers in the past, holding such titles as: Sound Designer, Senior Sound Designer. Min exp required: 3 to 5 yrs. (Pref 5+ yrs) including Composition in either Casino Slot OR Consumer Game Industry

In order to be considered for this position, you must provide at least one link to your own, original, composition work(s) via SOUNDCLOUD.

Our Composers/Sound Designers, maintain creative direction throughout the functional spec/game proposal, including the creation of sound bytes, game sound, flow, and final game theme. They coordinate voice-overs; establish internal progress reviews and necessary modifications in accordance with the project schedule. They identify successful /unsuccessful sound approach and are responsible for understanding the development process of a broad range of game types, products and platforms.

Stop the madness of Contracting! This position is a: full-time, salaried role, with all associated employee benefits, that will work in-house at Konami Gaming in Las Vegas as part of our Games R&D team creating, composing, and planning sound designs using musical/physical sound effects, BGM and voice-over for both domestic and international video/stepper slot machines. Additionally our Sound Designers create original compositions of music, sound effects, create scripts of actual sound data for machines by using audio assets and work with Programmers and Game Designer to achieve project goals. Bring your talents to Konami and Bring Your Game to Work!!

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