CAREER

Want to make strange games with cool people? So do we!

At Tarsier, it’s the games that drive us. Quality above all else. Interesting ideas executed to perfection. We want people to be proud of the work they do here, and to finish each project feeling as though they’ve pushed their abilities to the next level. That, of course, requires hard work and talent in equal measure, and we look for both of those things when recruiting new team members.

If you think you fit the bill for any of our current available job openings, get in touch and see what comes next.

 

Gameplay Programmer

As a Gameplay Programmer, you bring ideas to life in the form of playable mechanics, features and systems, all polished to excellence.

Gameplay Animator

The ideal candidate doesn’t just make beautiful animations, but understands when they need to be quick and snappy and when to allow for longer animation sequences. 

Art Director

We are looking for a passionate Art Director with a strong portfolio, and the talent to create and maintain an art style that can hold its own against other top tier games.

Level Artist

We’re on the hunt for a Level Artist with a flair for creating engaging environments and stunning areas, and the ability to maintain a high degree of quality in both art and environmental storytelling.

Junior IT Admin

As a Junior IT Admin you will be responsible for handling day-to-day Information Technology (IT) operations, so if installing new setups,  answering IT questions, tracing network failures and deploying new software, sound like your kind of tasks, we’ve got good news for you…

Concept Artist

We are looking for a full-time Concept Artist to help bring ideas to life, and inspire our teams with unique characters and arresting environments. 

Life at Tarsier

Tarsier is much like any other game studio, except it’s tons better here!

Why would we make such outrageous claims, if it wasn’t at least partially true?

Life at Tarsier

Tarsier is much like any other game studio, except it’s tons better here!

Why would we make such outrageous claims, if it wasn’t at least partially true?