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04-02-2010, 04:47 AM
DOUBLE NEGATIVE VFX (LONDON) REQUIRE MATHS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE GRADS + EXPERIENCED PROGRAMMERS TO DEVELOP SOFTWARE FOR AWARD WINNING FEATURE FILM
Maya C++ API

Job Title: R&D Programmer
Department: Technology
Location: London
Reporting into: Head of Technology

THE CANDIDATE:

DO YOU LIKE FILM?

This is an ideal first or second role and Double Negative welcomes graduates with a passion for film. We need people from a degree discipline ideally with a 2:1 or above in Computer Science, Mathematics or Physics with an understanding of Maya’s C++ API
and a further understanding of other programming languages and techniques in general.
In addition to the technologies listed we have developed a huge amount of in house applications that will stretch and develop your skills further.

THE COMPANY:

WE LIKE PROGRAMMERS

Double Negative is a full-service Visual Effects facility capable of handling projects from initial design through on-set supervision and production to post-production. All key post-production technologies are available in-house to allow for maximum flexibility. Our R&D Department is constantly developing groundbreaking software to ensure we remain at the cutting edge of global VFX.
Over the last year the company has completed work on projects including: Angels and Demons, Quantum of Solace, Hellboy II: The Golden Army, The Dark Knight, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince and many more (details on or website www.dneg.com)

THE ROLE:

LETS MAKE FILM

Your choice of course may have led you to believe a career in creative media was not available to you however Double Negative need your expertise more then you think. Our Technology and R&D department are constantly working to develop new technology solutions in an extremely tight schedule. It will be your job to write custom applications, fixes and patches to enable our artists to stretch the limits of our technology. You provide the tools for us to deliver.

Maya C++ API
FOR A CHALENGING IT CAREER WITHIN THE FILM VFX INDUSTRY PLEASE APPLY TO JOBS@DNEG.COM OR SEND YOUR CV TO HANNAH ACOCK AT 77 SHAFTESBURY AVENUE, LONDON W1D 5DU