Pipeline Developer (92 views)

The Pipeline Developer manages the development and support of the studio’s pipeline. The individual must be creative and self-sufficient while providing technical solutions.


Support the Senior Pipeline Developer with the following:

  • Maintain core pipeline systems
  • Design, develop, and support tools and processes which extend and enhance the pipeline
  • Interface with artists, technical directors, and productions staff in order to solve production issues
  • Interact with the IT Department with respect to operating, file, and network systems’ issues
  • Write clear documentations for tools/scripts
  • Create global and show based scripts and tools
  • Support for shot based issues together with leads and supervisors
  • Work on road map for future pipeline
  • Do code reviews and give productive feedback to team members
  • Submit your own code for code reviews 

Skills and Experience: 

  • BA Computer Science, Math, or similar discipline
  • 2+ years experience in VFX, Gaming, or similar development environment
  • Maya, Python, Mel Script
  • C++, Maya API, Nuke, QT, Ftrack a plus
  • Experience delivering complete milestones/tasks under tight deadlines
  • Strong written + verbal communication skills
  • Eye for detail, initiative, and excellent organizational skills
  • Team player and able to work independently with minimal supervision
  • Strong trouble shooting/problem solving ability
  • Experience with Windows
  • Experience building VFX C/C++ libraries and dependencies on Windows

How to Apply: 

To be considered please email your resume and link to your reel to jobs(at)fishblowing.com with “Pipeline Developer” and your name in the subject line.

For our in-house vacancies, applicants from outside the EU will require current and valid permission to work in Germany. We regret that we are unable to consider applicants from non-EU nationals who do not hold the appropriate documentation. All applicants are required to produce evidence of eligibility to live and work in Germany.

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