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Unity Network Programmer Expiring soon Featured

140/3272/129830

Aardvark Swift

Negotiable

Dublin, Ireland

Ireland

Programming and Development,VR and AI

ASAP

15/10/2019

14/12/2019

Mid-Senior Level

Permanent | Full Time

No

Are you a master of Unity network programming; making multiplayer work seamlessly in games?

Looking for a new challenge and the chance to work on something both big and different?

VR is fast becoming the new trend, and now one of the world's biggest aerospace companies is breaking into the sphere.

Working in a brand new and expanding division, you'll be developing the multiplayer for a ground-breaking pilot training software that combines a VR solution with multi-user online capabilities, allowing airlines to remotely train pilots.

Your main tasks will include...

  • Unity multiplayer networking
  • Programming the supporting menus relating to multiplayer
  • Implementing new & enhancing existing networking systems
  • Improving & reiterating features based on user feedback
  • Shaping the future of our unity multiplayer authoritative server integration

You'll have the opportunity to travel to Toulouse as part of your role and on occasion further afield with the odd spot of worldwide travel required - not too bad eh?

One of the best aspects of this role is the fact you'll be based in the beautiful city of Dublin. Aside from the great location and innovative project, the added extra benefits are fantastic too, you'll enjoy a great relocation package, company paid for travel tickets, bonuses (normally 12% of annual salary), health insurance allowance and gym membership. This company truly want to look after their team!

Your skills & experience should include...

  • 4+ years of programming experience
  • Recent working knowledge & experience of writing C# code for the Unity3D engine
  • Previously worked on multiplayer solutions within Unity



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