Art Team Lead

Mar 06, 2024
Sherbrooke, Canada
... Not specified
... Senior
Full time
... Office work

As an Art Team Lead - at Ubi Sherbrooke, your main responsibilities will be to plan, organize, monitor and evaluate the work of your team and its impact on the project. You will support a highly iterative development process to oversee artistic elements such as modeling, visual effects and lighting that meet their cinematic needs while striving for efficiency and quality.

What you'll do

  • Create, prioritize, assign and monitor your team's daily tasks and work progress based on deliverables;
  • Act as a representative of your team;
  • Organize and manage team meetings;
  • Familiarize yourself with the story and gameplay of the game (game design documents) and master the technical and/or artistic constraints in order to guide/coach your team;
  • Report periodically to the PM on the progress of your team's tasks, and suggest corrective measures where necessary to meet set objectives;
  • Anticipate and identify potential conflict situations and suggest solutions to the PM as part of problem-solving within your team;
  • Mentor team members on a technical and/or artistic level, as required;
  • Participate in performance monitoring in collaboration with the PM;
  • Coordinate the correction of bugs related to your team's work;
  • Ensure the integration of new team members;
  • Participate in the recruitment of new team members;
  • Produce part of the game's development in your area of expertise (this part will vary according to the size of the team under your responsibility);
  • Perform any other related tasks.

What you bring to the team


  • Relevant experience in an artistic role;
  • At least one full game production or equivalent;
  • Leadership skills;
  • You know how to manage your time and priorities, as well as those of your team;
  • Good interpersonal communication skills;
  • Resourceful in finding solutions;
  • Sense of initiative;
  • Knowledge of databases an asset (JIRA, Perforce, etc.);
  • Knowledge of technical constraints linked to real time, 3D engines and level editors;

Please note: If you require a work permit, your eligibility may depend on your education and years of relevant work experience, as required by the government.

What to send our way

  • Your CV highlighting your education, experience and skills
  • A portfolio of your best work (If applicable - attach images or send us a link to your personal website or online portfol

About Ubisoft Sherbrooke

Ubisoft Sherbrooke is a multidisciplinary team of passionate people. We are a human-sized studio where collective ambitions and interaction are the order of the day. Joining us means being part of a close-knit and welcoming family. We care about our people and our way of doing things.

Between the magnificent nature that surrounds the studio and the trendy and invigorating life of the Estrie region, there's no need to compromise - joining Ubisoft Sherbrooke also means discovering an urban-casual lifestyle!   And although we are sure that you will fall in love with the region, you don't have to move here to work with us. We really embrace hybrid mode, and that's real flexibility! Coming to Ubisoft Sherbrooke is far from traveling to the end of the world to have the chance to evolve in the hyper stimulating and effervescent context of a starting studio!

We're looking for committed creators and forward-looking talents who want to take on challenges as a team. By the way, we are also working on some amazing projects including the legendary and acclaimed franchise FARCRY!

Interested? We're waiting for you!

At Ubisoft, you can come as you are. We embrace diversity in all its forms. We’re committed to fostering a work environment that is inclusive and respectful of all differences