City of London, United Kingdom
Permanent | Full Time
Head of Client Engineering in London
Are you skilled in engineering? Expert in C# and Unity? We could have the perfect opportunity for you!
As the Head of Client Engineering at this studio in London, you will be working on setting and achieving technical goals for current and future games, as well as the studio as a whole. You will benefit from the flexibility of remote working for 2 days a week as a part of the team here, so this role is ideal if you are looking for flexibility!
The studio is an award-winning, self-publishing developer focusing on FTP mobile racing games. They take a strategy of continuous improvement based on player feedback once a game launches, which has proven to be a great success for them so far.
Head of Client Engineering key responsibilities:
Identify and feedback on engineering team’s development goals
Grow the team as and when required
Coordinate the studio’s technical vision
Identify current and future challenges and rollout solutions
Be a point of contact for engineering queries from across the company
Essential requirements for this role in London:
Excellent technical and engineering skills
Expert in C# and Unity
Strong knowledge of mobile platforms
Experience of managing a team of engineers
Several years experience developing on mobile, console and/or PC platforms
Significant experience working with iOS/Android development
5+ titles developed from start to release
Tags: Unity, Engineering, Tech, Engineering Director, Head of Engineering, Mobile Games, FTP Games, Racing Games
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