City of London, United Kingdom
Permanent | Full Time
Game Developer in London
If you’re a game developer looking for a new high responsibility role, look no further!
As a Game Developer at this studio in London, you will be working al ongside the engineering team to fac ilitate best practices throughout the studio, as well as mentoring junior team members to encourage their career development and designing the project roadmap, and much more.
This studio is one of the largest indie studios in the UK and make hugely successful mobile games and multiplayer games that entertain millions around the world. They have won several best places to work awards for their studios around the world, so you can be sure you’ll be looked after as a part of this team!
Game Developer key responsibilities:
Interpret design requirements and c reative aspirations
Implement R&D project strategies, as well as infrastructure, systems and features
Work on the project roadmap and provide technical plans
Ensure technology plans are robust and stakeholders are aware of them
Report project progress to internal and external stakeholders
Mentor team members, give feedback and set expectations
Work with the Principal Engineering Team to shape best practices studio wide
Essential requirements for this role in London:
Strong C # skills
Passionate about creating robust code
Commercial experience in a game studio or large development team
Familiar with Unity or Unreal engine
Experience of using source control systems such as Git
Strong mathematical skills
Passionate about making games
Tags: Game Developer, Unity Developer, Unity3D, London
A little bit about the city: London
As the English capital, London is known to be a city full of opportunities. From cultures, foods, activities and greenspace, everything is at your doorstep in this city and there is something for everyone to enjoy. London Fashion Week, Michelin-star restaurants and festivals are just a few of the many delights London has to offer those looking for a taste of the city. London is, of course, famous for its extensive history, culture and attractions. Many of London’s museums and galleries are free to enter, meaning, especially as a newcomer to London, you are easily able to absorb the knowledge and arts the city has to offer.
Fortunately for the many commuters, public transport is one thing the city can be really proud of. London is well-known for its widespread underground system, boasting 11 lines stretching 402km in total. Additionally, the Night Tube, a 24-hour service, is available on Fridays and Saturdays, making getting home after an evening exploring or catching up with friends a breeze. Aside from the Tube, London offers buses, river buses, black cabs, ‘Boris Bikes’ and trams, so getting around the city should never be a problem!
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