Ubisoft Careers and Employment
- CEOYves Guillemot
- Company sizemore than 10,000
- Revenue$1bn to $5bn (CAD)
- IndustryInformation Technology
Salary estimated from 918 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.
$94,419 per year
$91,527 per year
$95,220 per year
Developer in Toronto, ON
on 14 March 2021
Quintessential work hard; play hard environment
Typical game dev environment with flexible work hours, but you are expected to put in around 10-11 hours of work a day.Great place to launch your career, but promotions and compensation adjustments do not reflect rising cost of living in Toronto.For a "fun" work environment, the company is very much bogged down by bureaucracy.Workplace culture is extremely cliquish and juvenile, common in many "young" companies. Benefits are not as appealing as other tech companies in the city. The hardest part of the job is separating work-life and personal life, as most of your colleagues will not hesitate to respond to an email after hours or during weekends. Not doing so will reflect badly on your performance. Also, difficult to move up the ladder if you do not speak French.The most enjoyable part of the job is working on a globally recognized brand and interesting product.
Assistant Front-End Web Developer (Customer Relationship Management) in Montréal, QC
on 27 December 2020
Unique, challenging and fun workplace unlike anything else
I worked at the Ubisoft Montreal studio for 4 months as part of an internship with the CRM team. As a software engineer with a creative streak and a need for human interaction in the workplace, this office was the definition of perfect: comfortable desk area, natural lighting, and a genuinely great balance between work and leisure.Ubisoft Montreal being a video game studio means that, by default, your work involves play. This does not mean that play becomes work, strictly speaking; an average day at work didn't feel completely like work, and that's impressive.The best part of the position I had was the connection our team had with the other teams in different departments. Marketing and customer relations are a nexus of graphic design, brand integration, data analysis and customer feedback. If you enjoy this level of interconnectivity, you'll enjoy this position.The hardest part (other than saying goodbye) was the holiday rush. Work hours became packed and long at the same time, and the stress levels can get pretty high. That being said, this is predictable and should be expected if you're aiming for a marketing-adjacent position like this one.
CRM Integration Specialist in Montréal, QC
on 9 November 2020
Avoid this place at all cost
They overwork you and they do not care how burnt out you are. They expect you to work long hours and they don't allow you to bank any of your overtime hours. When you do take a personal day, they still call you for help. The managers don't help you move up. They gossip and talk about you and pretend to be your friend. It's an awful place to work. I would not recommend this place to my friends or family. IAvoid thi
Technicien en informatique in Montréal, QC
on 28 October 2020
J’ai vraiment aimé mon expérience chez Ubisoft et je recommande pour l’atmosphère et l’entraide entre collègues.
Game Tester in Montréal, QC
on 27 August 2020
One of the best jobs i have done working with ubisoft and its people
Working with Ubisoft on unreleased games was amazing as you can see the progress the game takes and how valuable your critics and opinions are during those sessions. The pay was great for the work I have done and i enjoyed doing the job.
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