An Embedded Design Engineer is required to join an international software / electronics business in their London office. This is a unique opportunity to join...
A cutting-edge client in central London is seeking a talented Unity3D Developer to join their dedicated small team. They are looking for someone who has current Unity Development experience and a background in programming in C#, C++ or Python. The ideal candidate will be talented, driven with a passion for games. This organisation are tranforming the way organisations bring their content to life in VR and on the web.
The successful candidate will work closely with producers, designers, and developers in a highly collaborative environment. You will be someone with solid experience working with Unity3D, good understanding of object oriented programming, thorough understanding of networking and graphics, performance issues and trade-offs, impeccable attention to detail and ability to work on fixed deadlines. Ideally, you will come from a software emgineering background (C# or C++.)
- Unity3D game engine and IDE
- Unity 5 / WebGL / VR
- Excellent C# software engineering skills
- 3D modelling and texturing best practices
- Design and implementation of game systems and game object management
- Automated Testing
- Complied languages
- Oculus Rift / Unreal
- SDK development
If you feel you are a good fit, please do not hesitate to apply. Only suitable candidates will be contacted to discuss this role further.
Must be eligible to work in the UK without sponsorship
If you are a Unity3D Developer and love games and gaming and having a lot of fun while delivering high-quality software using agile delivery methods, with a lot of team-work and ingenuity, then this role could be for you. It's a great opportunity to get experience with VR and AR. The role is paying £60,000 and is looking for someone to start ASAP.
We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnerships, pregnancy or maternity or age.