Engine Programmer UE4 (regular / senior)
From home / On site
Type of Job
About the job
As part of work on the new, proprietary project 'Vitriol', created in cooperation with 11bit studios, Fool's Theory is looking for experienced candidates for the position:
ENGINE PROGRAMMER (regular or senior)
creating new features,
debugging and code optimization,
designing software architecture,
creating technical documentation.
familiarity with Unreal Engine 4 (including the ability to modify the engine and writing plugins; knowledge of the engine core, graphics rendering pipeline and physics pipeline),
good knowledge of C++ 11/14 (experience in professional work: 2+ years regular, 5+ years senior)
experience in the gaming industry (1+ years regular, 3+ years senior)
familiarity with version control system (preferably Perforce),
knowledge of profiling (GPU and CPU) and debugging,
basic knowledge of algorithms and data structure,
good knowledge of English, spoken and written (min. B2).
NICE TO HAVE:
familiarity with Sequencer in UE 4,
experience with graphical interfaces such as OpenGL and DirectX 11,
experience with porting games on consoles.
Salary; 5k - 7k net (regular), 7k - 12k (senior)
flexible work hours (core hours: 11-16),
opportunity to work on a cool, RPG project in cooperation with 11bit studios,
possibility of remote work,
long-term contracts - we are looking for people for more than one project,
a b2b contract, work or employment contract,
private medical insurance,
as part of an individual decision, sports packages.
Please send emails with your CV and portfolio to firstname.lastname@example.org. In the email title, enter your name and surname along with the name of the position you’re applying for.
Fool's Theory reserves the right not to respond to applications that do not meet the requirements of the offer.
After the application has been approved, a test task will be required.
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