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Lead Unity Developer

A010642

Skillsearch Limited

£70,000

Dublin, Ireland

Ireland

Not specified

ASAP

23/07/2020

Not specified

Permanent | Full Time

No

Lead Unity Developer in Dublin

Are you a passionate game developer with plenty of industry experience? Looking to take on a new role  within a team of industry veterans? If this sounds like you, read on!

As a Lead Unity Developer at this studio in Dublin, you will be helping to create their  high-quality  RPG games on a world-famous IP.  You should be a skilled and pragmatic coder who is passionate about the games industry and will take care in making the games as high quality as they can be.

This creative studio, who are owned by a AAA giant,  are on a mission to become a big player in the RPG genre. With several exciting new projects in the pipelines, this is a great time to join their team!

Lead Unity Developer responsibilities:

Create video game features and systems including gameplay, AI, Networking, Audio and more

Build high quality, maintainable code

Work on one or more game modules

Protect code using source control

Manage bugs that need to be fixed using source control

Define code standards and best practices for the team

Identify training requirements and potential within the team

Essential requirements for this role in Dublin:

Significant industry experience in a unity development role

Experience of leading a team of developers

University degree (or equivalent) in Computer Science

Skilled with object-oriented programming

3D maths skills

Passionate about gaming

Tags: Unity Developer, C Developer, Game Developer, Lead Game Developer, Dublin, Ireland

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