C# coder - contract

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Programming and Development
South East UK
Brighton and Hove
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Come and join the Futur!  

Hot on the wheels of the release of Tiny Trax, FuturLab are looking for an experienced C#/Unity programmer to join the team. This is initially a 6 month contract with the possibility of leading to a permanent role.  

Joining us in our sunny seaside Brighton office, you will be working on an exciting new IP for PlayStation VR! You’ll need to proactively tackle a wide variety of programming tasks with enthusiasm and positivity.  

FuturLab are in the unique position of having complete creative control of our own IP and the backing of a platform holder. This position is ideal for someone who is keen to have their ideas listened to, and will enjoy seeing their own work highly visible within a finished product. It’s essential that you are proactive and care about creating high quality and fun experiences.   


  • Proficient in C# and Unity.
  • 2:1 Bachelor degree or higher in Computer Science, Maths, Physics, or similar.
  • At least 2 years console development experience.
  • Strong 3D maths skills essential.
  • Knowledge of debugging techniques and strong analytical skills required.
  • A keen interest, ideally with some demonstrative experience, in rendering.Awareness of game concepts including physics, AI, UI, audio, input, networking, VFX and asset/data management.
  • A good understanding of VR platforms a plus.
  • Ability to effectively itemise tasks and assign realistic time scales to them.Excellent communication skills with a friendly, helpful and positive demeanor.  

General Responsibilities:

  • Work with department leads and other programmers to design the game code and contribute to technical design documents.
  • Collaborate closely with designers to test and refine game play features during the development process.
  • Ensure all code is produced to the required standard and all TRCs are followed.
  • Be proud of your code and test thoroughly to ensure that there are no bugs.
  • Collaborate productively, communicating ideas and issues clearly across all disciplines Work with the Development Director to break out tasks into clear and manageable chunks.
  • Report progress to Technical Director and inform them of any implementation issues promptly.
  • Take pride in producing a polished game for others to enjoy.  

Please check out the Life at FuturLab page (www.futurlab.co.uk/life-at-futurlab) for all reasons why you’d love working here!  

If you have the skills and experience and think that working by the sea side seems like a fantastic idea, then please email your latest CV, cover letter and examples of work to jobs@futurlab.co.uk  

Please note that you must be able to demonstrate eligibility and a valid working visa to work in the United Kingdom and be willing to relocate / commute to the Brighton area.  

RATE: Based on experience.

Contact Details:
Tel: 01273 747534
Contact: Kirsty Rigden

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