The VR Job Hub: Studio Roqovan, Wolf & Wood, Against Gravity and Many More

Plenty of jobs in the UK and further afield.

The variety of roles available in the field of immersive technologies mean that every week when we come to discussing them in The VR Job Hub there’s always something – be in in virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR) or mixed reality (MR) – that takes us by surprise. So, what new beginnings await this week? 

Check out the list below to see if there’s something that sparks your interest.

Location Company Role Link
London, UK University of the Arts London Course Leader – MA Virtual Reality (VR) Click here to apply
Gjøvik, Norway Norwegian University of Science and Technology  Associate Professor in Computer Science Click here to apply
London, UK TechNET Digital Virtual, Mixed and Augmented Reality – Software Engineer (Unity/Unreal) Click here to apply
London, UK Storm VR Unity VR Programmer Click here to apply
Nationwide, UK VR Cribs Freelance VR Photographer Click here to apply
Gateshead, UK Wolf & Wood Mid/Senior Unity Developer Click here to apply
Seattle, WA Against Gravity Game Engineer Click here to apply
Seattle, WA Against Gravity Level Designer Click here to apply
Seattle, WA Against Gravity Software Game Engineer Click here to apply
Los Angeles, CA Studio Roqovan Senior Programmer – Generalist Click here to apply
Los Angeles, CA Studio Roqovan Lead Game Designer Click here to apply

If nothing in the list above took your fancy, you can always check out The VR Job Hub from seven days ago. Also don’t forget that if you’re an employer looking for someone to fill an immersive technology related role – regardless of the industry – and you want that position to be featured on next week’s VR Job Hub, then please send details to myself via keva@vrfocus.com  and also pgraham@vrfocus.com.

Check back with VRFocus next Sunday at the same time, 3PM (GMT) for another selection of the latest roles in the immersive technology industry.

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