If you’re looking for graduate game design jobs in the UK, we’d be keen to hear from you here at Day One Technologies – a leading elearning company based near Leeds in West Yorkshire.
For over 20 years, we’ve been one of the leading elearning companies in the UK, and incorporate game development principles within many of our training solutions to make content as effective and engaging as possible.
We have several graduates who have worked with us for years. However, we’ve been equally proud to see several employees go on to pursue their dream jobs at game development or media companies such as the BBC, having gained valuable commercial experience working with us.
The elearning sector has proven to be both pandemic-proof and recession-proof in recent years, and continues to see steady growth. It can be an excellent environment for a graduate game designer / developer to unleash his or her creative and technical abilities.
The role is for 30+ hours per week, with flexibility in start and finish times and the opportunity to work 2 days per week from home if desired.
Multiple positions are currently available.
About Day One Technologies
From our base just outside Leeds, Day One Technologies is a unique and independent provider of elearning solutions to a diverse range of clients, working in a varied range of sectors with many leading organisations and global brands.
We stay true to our ‘Can Do’ ethos which endears us to our clients, allows us to cut through the clutter, and sets us apart from our competitors.
At Day One we now need a creative and talented Games Developer to join our team.
You will work on a variety of online training projects such as learning platforms, simulations and high-end elearning content that could be enhanced with gamification and game-based learning principles.
You will work in a close-knit team of elearning developers, digital, graphic and instructional designers. We expect you to keep an eye on what’s happening in the industry so that you can actively contribute to our design and development approach.
This is an interesting and complex role that will require a broad range of skills. Prior and demonstrable experience in a game development environment is necessary.
Some aspects of the job may involve client contact.
This role requires an individual who is well-motivated with a ‘Can Do’ attitude, ready for a challenge, loves solving problems and works extremely well within a team. You must relish working in a variety of clients’ technical environments and be able to explain technical matters to a range of professionals, including non-techies.
You must be prepared to roll your sleeves up and contribute to solutions for elearning content development challenges when necessary.
Good communication skills are helpful for working with our development team, and potentially with clients.
- Work independently as well as within a team to ensure we delight our clients and internal stakeholders
- Contribute to technical solutions at the pre-contract stage
- Assist with the planning, project management and commercial considerations during a project
- Develop sophisticated elearning content using development systems such as Lectora, Storyline 2, and Day One’s IDE
Skills and Experience
- Demonstrable academic and / or commercial experience in Game Development / Programming
- High quality, recognised programming qualifications are preferred
- Experience in or ability to pick up the Visual Studio development suite
- Creative, innovative approach to development
Salary is dependent on your experience and skill set.
Interested? Please apply with full CV, covering letter and examples of your work to: