Permanent | Full Time
Technical Director in Dublin
Can you code with your eyes closed and lead a team with the wave of your hand? This Technical Director role needs you to have been programming for long enough that it’s a second nature to you. If you’re looking back proudly over everything you’ve learnt over your career and are ready to use that extensive knowledge to lead this team across a new console project, then this could be a perfect fit for you!
As Technical Director at this studio you’ll be working to bring worlds to life across unannounced console projects in the incredible city of Dublin – twice voted the ‘Friendliest City In Europe’.
Technical Director Responsibilities:
Identify technology needs for the company and each project
Use your deep understand of games engines to be aware of constraints and work with them appropriately
Manage programming tasks across the team, taking into account project deadlines, individual workloads and current programming processes
Ensure programming best-practices are followed throughout projects, focusing on the quality of coding, technical briefs and code reviews
Carry out risk assessments of the technical specifications of the projects while always being ready with plans for the team to work around these technical risks as needed
Lead the team of programmers with help from the Lead Programmers and ensure clear task management amongst the team
Requirements for this role in Dublin:
1 or more shipped title with a successful release on console
5 or more years of experience leading a team in the games industry
7 or more years of experience programming, ideally within the games industry
3 or more years of experience working with either Unity or Unreal Engine
Proven experience leading a team successfully
Degree level education in Computer Science or similar
A little bit about the city: Dublin
Dublin has with a complex history of religion, war and national pride meaning this city isn’t short of a backstory to learn about. Noted as a city on the rise, new hotels, cafes and restaurants are constantly popping up meaning there is always somewhere new to explore in the Irish capital. St. Patrick’s Day is a holiday now celebrated across the globe; however, Dublin is the true hub of the celebrations with over 100,000 visitors expected to travel to the city this year for the festivities. After the St. Patrick’s Day parade, Dubliners hit the pubs, and with over 750 in the city, you are certainly spoilt for choice on where to get your next pint. In terms of getting around, this compact city has a number of options.
Dublin is ideal for cycling due to its flat ground and growing system of cycle lanes, with the city’s bicycle rental scheme ‘Dublinbikes’ making this an efficient and healthy way to get around. However, if cycling isn’t your thing, the city also offers extensive bus, train and tram travel with tap-on, tap-off cards deeming these modes of public transport quick and efficient.
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