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Ubisoft Toronto -- Senior LD (Exciting Projects)

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Hey folks,

We're currently looking for a Senior Level Designer here at Ubisoft Toronto.

Posting: https://www.ubisoft.com/en-US/careers/search.aspx#sr-post-id=91023518 

I'm reaching out because we have a lot of great unannounced projects at the studio cooking right now (I unfortunately cannot and will not be able to tell you what they are, sorry!) and I think our studio culture, benefits, and general neighborhood are fantastic. I've been here for nearly 5 years so feel free to ask me any questions about working at Ubi TO.

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Fantastic! Can you say what role you'll be occupying? LD or something else?

There are many mapcoreans among the ranks now! :D

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On 2/3/2017 at 8:00 PM, soultron said:

Fantastic! Can you say what role you'll be occupying? LD or something else?

There are many mapcoreans among the ranks now! :D

Level artist :)  who else from mapcore is at UbiTO?

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4 hours ago, General Vivi said:

How many employees do you guys have now?

Hmm, hard for me to guess, but I'd say >450. We're growing a lot. (Was <150 when I joined in 2012.) The goal, since the beginning of the studio, has always been 800 by 2020. This is part of the agreement with the federal government to create jobs.

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Hello Soutron, i would like to know about UBI's policies about hiring international professionals.

I would like to know how does it work, and etc, i know it's such a general question, sorry :P
And about this federal agreement, are they focused on hiring canadians or this doesn't matter?

btw i'm only a beginner on this road, just curious

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Hey Hlrguitar,

We've hired internationally, yeah! As far as the intricacies of the hiring process itself, I'm not sure. I want to say that typically you stand a better chance of being hired internationally if you're more of a senior in your discipline, however, so keep this in mind.

You could get in touch with our Level Design recruiter Barry Wilson (here's his twitter, you can/should also try him on LinkedIn too) to ask him! :)

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