Pype.Club has changed its name to Ynput. It's still us, just a bit better looking.

Pipeline TD / Python Developer

You will be helping multiple clients in their day to day production needs and play an important role in overall AYON and OpenPype development. Our client studios are scattered from London to Singapore specializing in 2D animation, CG, VFX, automotive, TV and film post-production.

This position is suitable for working fully remotely from anywhere in the world.

 

THE IDEAL CANDIDATE

  • Is an advanced user on a technical level (including API) and has production experience with at least one of the following: Maya, Unreal EngineHoudini (other DCCs are highly beneficial, but there three are currently a priority).
  • Has industry track record of building production pipeline and support tools in a mid-sized to large studio. 
  • Has solid python skills and is comfortable with learning new (and often undocumented or outright bizarre ) APIs when needed.
  • Has a very good level of English (written and spoken).
  • Is happy to manage their own time. We don’t micromanage and expect everyone to ask for help and offer help when needed.
  • Is passionate about open-source development.
 

WE OFFER

  • Full-time stable work with an awesome and experienced team.
  • Very flexible working hours.
  • Compensation matching your skill and experience, with the possibility of yearly bonuses.
  • Opportunity to work on personal projects and interests.
  • Wide variety of clients and production scenarios. a.k.a. It won’t be boring!
  • Space to learn and grow in a quickly expanding open-source focused startup.
 

Currently, we are more interested in speaking to Mid-Senior level people, however, we’ll be happy to consider juniors with strong potential. To Apply please send your CV and ideally a link to your publicly available code on github, bitbucket or similar repository (if there is any).

Are you interested?

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