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Engine Programmer (remote)

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Fool's Theory

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Monday, 16 August, 2021 - 5:56 PM
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As part of work on the new, proprietary project 'Vitriol', created in cooperation with 11bit studios (www.foolstheory.com/project-vitriol), Fool's Theory is looking for experienced candidates to work remotely or on-site for the position of:

ENGINE PROGRAMMER (regular / senior)

If you join us you will: 

  • modify the engine and extract features to plugins, 
  • make a refactor, debug and optimize the code, 
  • do code-reviews for other programmers,
  • write technical documentation (from time to time - we adhere to the principle that documentation is for people, not the other way around), 
  • communicate with designers (they are highly technical).

REQUIREMENTS:

  • familiarity with Unreal Engine 4 (including the ability to modify the engine and writing plugins; knowledge of the engine core, graphics rendering pipeline and physics pipeline),
  • good knowledge of C++ 11/14 (experience in professional work: 2+ years regular, 5+ years senior)
  • experience in the gaming industry (1+ years regular, 3+ years senior)
  • familiarity with version control system (preferably Perforce),
  • knowledge of profiling (GPU and CPU) and debugging,
  • basic knowledge of algorithms and data structure,
  • knowledge of English, spoken and written (min. B2).

NICE TO HAVE:

  • familiarity with Sequencer in UE 4,
  • experience with graphical interfaces such as OpenGL and DirectX 11,
  • experience with porting games on consoles.

WE OFFER:

  • opportunity to work on a cool, RPG project in cooperation with 11bit studios,
  • possibility to work remotely or in an office in Bielsko-Biała, Poland,
  • long-term contracts - we are looking for people for more than one project,
  • flexible forms of employment - a b2b contract, work or employment contract,
  • work in a group of experienced specialists, often gamedev veterans, who are willing to share their knowledge,
  • supporting participation in industry conferences and fairs (both as a participant or speaker),