You can view all of our current vacancies here. If you can’t see anything you’d be a good fit for, we’re always on the look out for talented people to join our team. If you’d like us to keep your details on file, please send us an email (along with your up to date CV) to [email protected]
Executive office and Publishing
Sounds as good as it looks.
Our 3rd Floor office, home to coders, designers, art and QA.
Wrestling PPVs never looked so good.
Hobs, ovens, fryers and white goods, for all team members to use.
Media & Streaming Room
Set up to play and record a range of games, including VR.
Double Eleven's Offices
When you spend eight hours a day in the same place, you want to make it as comfortable as possible! With this in mind, Double Eleven pride ourselves on providing a pleasant and engaging office environment.
You’ll find us spread across Middlesbrough’s Digital City’s flagship offices, Boho One, which is stuffed to the brim with tech and digital acencies.
Here are some of the things you’ll see in our offices:
- Staff kitchen with full range of cooking equipment, free tea and coffee suppies, gadgets and laundry facilities.
- Large screen cinema-style projector for video games and media.
- Custom poker room.
- Full audio suite.
- Media and streaming room with sound dampening and VR setup.
- Private rest rooms.
- Shower facilities (Shared with Boho One).
Boho One is the flagship building of Middlesbrough’s new exciting Boho Zone; the digital, creative and business hub of the Tees Valley.
Boho One sits on an impressive site on Bridge Street West in central Middlesbrough, on the borders of the Middlehaven and just yards from the railway station. It has been designed to be the ‘heart’ of the Boho Zone – the commercial quarter for the town’s digital media, digital technology and creative sectors.
Featuring high quality space for digital media, digital technologies and creative businesses.
Open Wi-Fi in public areas, an event space available for hire and a top cafe called Boho Wolf, which is perfect for meetings.
Information courtesy of Love Middlesbrough.
Double Eleven Team Profiles
Everybody is extremely talented and friendly and we all work really well together, creating a very productive yet relaxed environment. I came here straight from university and since starting I've gained a huge amount of experience across a wide range of platforms and technologies. We work with pretty much every modern console platform on the market. The work we do here at Double Eleven tends to be very technical and demanding; it's the place to be if you like a challenge.
I can't think of any other company where within six years of starting, I would have had such influence on as many finely crafted and beloved properties. Being able to look behind the curtain and see the internal workings of other successful titles has been a fantastic learning experience. This has helped greatly with the development of our own internal projects which I have been very privileged to be a part of.
The best part of my job is the sheer diversity of work I do from day to day, which makes every day a unique and rewarding challenge. One of the most important things for me is getting the work-life balance right and working at Double 11 you really feel this is something this company takes seriously as well. In the time I’ve worked here I have really learned a lot and pushed myself to achieve more, working with extremely talented people daily with 100% dedication inspires me to want to do more and grow.
Everyday is fun! The enthusiasm each and every one of the team displays is incredibly infectious. It doesn't fail to rub off on you. Cakes...there's lots of cakes. As a parent, the flexibility means I can drop my little one at school every day, which is super important to me. What's not to like about being off on your birthday?! In the 24 years I've been in the industry, I've not worked with a better team of people. Just the best, plain and simple.
Calling Double Eleven a team feels like an injustice, it's more like an extended family! Everybody gets on really well, people often plan social get-togethers outside of work and it's definitely the most positive, honest and enjoyable office I've ever worked in. There's always somebody around to support you if you need help. No two days are the same and there's always a new and exciting challenge around the corner!
Middlesbrough is right in the ‘middle’ of Teesside and the wider Tees Valley. It’s at the heart of everything – roads, rivers, countryside and between two of the North’s great historic destinations, Durham and Whitby.
Shops, Restaurants & Nightlife
Shops, restaurants and nightlife are fab in Middlesbrough. It’s the Tees Valley’s High Street capital. Baker Street is Middlesbrough’s hub of independent retailers, cafes, salons, micro pubs and more, and there are lots of other independents sprinkled throughout the town too. Home-grown designer department store Psyche regularly rubs shoulders with the likes of Harvey Nichols and Selfridges, having won awards such as the number one store in the FHM 100 Doors awards and Drapers’ Independent Retailer of the Year.
Events, Arts & Culture
A lively events programme and Middlesbrough’s emerging cultural renaissance reflect the town’s ongoing passion for live entertainment, art and music. Middlesbrough’s Town Hall and Theatre boast a rich programme of comedy, music, drama and dance. While mima Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art hosts a rolling exhibition programme of international significance. Middlesbrough’s popular events calendar includes diverse events such as Middlesbrough Mela, Christmas festivities & Animex – an annual, international animation festival.
If you’re new to the area, start off with the Captain Cook Birthplace Museum. It celebrates the life of the town’s most famous descendant and is set in the locally-loved green surroundings of Stewart Park. (Note: the Captain Cook Birthplace Museum is closed during the winter season.) The Dorman Museum and the Tees Transporter Bridge are also worth a visit, especially if the kids are in tow.
Middlesbrough isn’t all bustle and built up town. It’s right next to the North York Moors, the Cleveland Way and one of the North East’s most famous landmarks, Roseberry Topping. Roseberry Topping’s 360 degree views are so spectacular that the Vikings originally named it after their god Odin.
Forget all your preconceptions of industry; you won’t see a skyline like this anywhere else. “Teesside Lights”, Middlesbrough’s industrial landscape, is an extraordinary man made sight. In fact it was the inspiration for Ridley Scott’s Bladerunner, who was born in nearby North Shields.
Middlesbrough is ambitious about the future, particularly digital technology. Teesside University and local businesses have established a world-wide reputation for digital innovation and animation wizardry. Look out for Animex, a yearly animation festival that attracts global stars. In recent years, over £500m has been invested in Middlesbrough, bringing opportunities for education, leisure and more.
Information courtesy of lovemiddlesbrough.com
The Tees Valley
From spectacular countryside to stunning coastlines, impressive museums to exciting outdoors, Tees Valley boasts a wealth of attractions making it the ideal place to work and live.
The area is home to some of the most attractive villages and market towns in the country, offering great living, vibrant high streets, excellent eateries and good old fashioned pubs.
Average house prices in the North East are the lowest in the UK and nearly half the national average. Accommodation on offer varies from executive homes, Victorian town houses and high-spec apartments to country cottages and seaside living.
Yet the beauty of the area is hard to resist. We are lucky to have some of the most spectacular scenery in the UK right on our doorstep. In less than 20 minutes from any vibrant Tees Valley town centre you can find yourself amongst rolling hills or dramatic coastal cliffs. It’s the perfect place if you like to explore the outdoors. For thrill-seekers try bungee jumping off the Transporter Bridge, white-water rafting at the Tees Barrage or mountain biking through Guisborough Forest
Cultural sites range from the modern – mima (Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art) to the traditional – Darlington’s heard of Steam museum, to the unique – Hartlepool’s Maritime Experience
Did you know?
- Lonely Planet labelled us the “most exciting, beautiful and friendly region in England.”
- Yarm, voted BBC high street of the year, offers boutique shopping and café culture lifestyle
- Stockton was ranked 5th in best place to live in the UK in 2015
Information courtesy of Tees Valley Combined Authority
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