Senior Gameplay Programmer
PUBLISHED: June 30, 2017
REMEDY ENTERTAINMENT, Finland/Espoo
Remedy Entertainment, the creator of Quantum Break® and Alan Wake®, and one of the leading independent game studios in the world is looking for a Senior Gameplay Programmer to help craft exceptional gameplay experiences for Remedy’s future games.
While working as a Senior Gameplay Programmer, you will be working with highly passionate team members to design, develop and deliver new features in our games. You will get to own multiple gameplay systems and working with design iterate them to final quality.
What we expect from you:
• A minimum of 5 years’ experience in game programming
• At least 1 shipped title working in Gameplay
• Experience in working on various platforms
• Experience with multithreaded programming
• Excellent C++ skills
• Strong mathematical skills
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills (English)
• Passion for playing and developing exceptional games
• Ability to collaborate and work with a range of disciplines from art to design
• Take ownership of multiple game systems and drive them to final quality
Additional skills and experience considered as a bonus:
• Experience shipping AAA games
• Experience working on 1st person/3rd person action games
• Prior experience working with client/server game systems
We offer you a chance to do something new and unique. Working as a member of our talented and experienced team with our world-class game technology means you have an excellent opportunity to develop yourself and take your career to new heights. We work hard but we also value a sane work-life balance, and we’re committed to providing our team a relaxed working environment.
The Remedy offices are situated in Espoo, Finland and relocation to the greater Helsinki area will be required. Should you be moving from abroad we are there for you every step of the way.
To apply, please fill in the application with your CV, portfolio and other information relevant to the position. Apply latest 31.7.2017. All applications will be reviewed in August.