Game Designer

Quell Tech  logo
Posted 26 May 2023
Salary Negotiable
Job type Permanent
Contact NameLawrie Brennan

Job description

Quell is on a mission to add a talented Game Designer to the team and help them make incredible fitness games.

Having built game changing wearable device which adds resistance, powerful haptics, and motion tracking to the player’s actions without the need for a VR set-up, it will get players fighting, running, leaping and dodging their way through an unforgettable fantasy world. The market is massive and Quell have secured over $15m in funding from top-tier VCs and angels, including Khosla Ventures and the founders of Twitch.

In this role, you’ll deliver concise, actionable design documentation which communicates both the functionality and the rationale of features.

Your responsibilities…

  • Own larger deliverables, defined by the Design Director, and independently identify the tasks needed to achieve them
  • Plan, organise, and execute key problem-solving sessions to harness team buy-in and creativity
  • Distil results into actionable tasks and communicate them to relevant team members
  • Coordinate with art, tech, production, and QA to deliver sprint tasks on time and to a high standard
  • Maintain the documentation wiki and ensure the team is updated on any relevant changes in design
  • Play an active role in building and reinforcing the culture of Quell as they continue to grow

The skills and experience you’ll bring to the role…

  • 2 or more years’ of professional game design experience
  • PC or console game design experience in an action, RPG, or combat role
  • Unity experience
  • Excellent written English and verbal communication skills

Perks and benefits include…

  • Business share addition
  • 10 days’ work from anywhere plan
  • Enhanced parental leave of 6 weeks, plus further maternity, adoption, and shared parental leave in line with statutory requirements
  • Company pension scheme
  • £300 per year Wellbeing Budget to spend via their wellbeing platform, Heka
  • £300 per year personal learning and development budget in consultation with your line manager
  • Employee assistance programme and private Telemedicine service 365 days a year
  • Cycle to work scheme