London, United Kingdom
Programming and Development
Permanent | Full Time
Description About Splash Damage
Come join us!
We founded Splash Damage with a mission to create lifelong friendships for our players and our employees by building the world's most engaging multiplayer experiences with world-leading partners. Our teams have just celebrated the launch of Gears Tactics and we're currently working on several exciting unannounced titles.
Our people always come first, and we acted swiftly to ensure that we moved all our employees to a work from home model during the COVID-19 outbreak in the UK, and this will continue for the foreseeable future. With our first-class virtual onboarding programme, we're able to get you up and running remotely during this time and we're maintaining our relaxed and welcoming culture with digital social events, daily company communications and much more. With the relaxing of travel and quarantine restrictions in the UK, we are now relocating new team members from outside the UK to London prior to starting their employment with us. This gives new Splashers the opportunity to establish a home in the local area, before joining their teams in working remotely until such time as we return to the studio. We will continue to monitor the situation in line with government advice, and look forward to having all of our amazing staff back into the studio as soon as it is safe to do so.
We're advocates for work-life balance and offer flexible working arrangements to suit individual needs and a comprehensive benefits package which focuses on family and mental well-being. Together with this we've been running a formal Equality, Diversity and Inclusion programme for nearly two years and are committed to increasing diversity across our studio.
Associate UI Programmers at Splash Damage are responsible for contributing to the implementation of user interfaces for our titles.
As an Associate UI programmer, you will work with the development team in transforming a UI design from wireframe through to final, functional in-game UI. During this process, you will be expected to utilise your knowledge of C++ to implement and thoroughly test your work to ensure it matches the specification.
Our Associate UI programmers hold an enthusiasm for UI, they value working in a collaborative and friendly team environment where they can develop their skills and knowledge. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone looking to break into UI programming for video games.
We believe that levelling up our skills is an essential part of the job and offer regular training opportunities and mentorship to all our programmers.
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