At League of Geeks (LoG) we’re set to get even bigger and better throughout this year! During this exciting time of expansion we’re looking for you, an enthusiastic engineer who can dedicate your passion for game development to improving the experiences we deliver to our players.
We need engineers who are generalists and this is an excellent opportunity to learn new skills alongside an existing team of seasoned developers, whilst having a major impact on the experiences we create and deliver across the company. You will collaborate with other disciplines to help design and implement new features in games, amongst many other objectives. Although you will be greatly supported in achieving these goals, in order to do so you will possess great initiative and an ability to handle multiple responsibilities well and with ease.
We are committed to building one of the best working environments in the world, with a genuine focus on well being, skill development, and the correct ratio of pot plants to humans.
If you’re keen to work with one of the world’s leading independent studios and help us create our new, exciting original IP we’re developing in partnership with Private Division, we'd love to hear from you!
Women and other underrepresented developers, please apply! We pride ourselves on our inclusive work environment and output, so we’d love to work with you.
Some experience developing videogames in C#/C++.
Attention to detail and design sensibilities.
Communication, creative collaboration and teamwork skills.
A commitment to working in a professional, inclusive and supportive environment.
Implementing various new features and fixing bugs.
Collaborate with designers to develop and implement the game design.
Collaborate with all disciplines and departments to create a great player experience.
Build upon existing systems to implement the gameplay experience.
Take care to write maintainable code, taking time to improve the quality of your work, equally with delivering work.
Manage your own tasks and estimations, with support from leads and production.
Problem solve and actively seek assistance (or additional mentoring), as required, to ensure that you can learn without becoming stuck on a problem that others could easily help you with.
Weekly bring-your-dog-to-work day on Monday. Yeah, dogs!
Talent development, mentorship and support.
Monthly self-directed professional development days.
Flexible work arrangement opportunities and family-friendly considerations.
Menstrual, Menopause and Parental leave.
Sustainable working hours, environment and life-work balance.
Friday afternoon team social events.
Annual Summer family picnic, Winter Feast and Melbourne Games Week party.
Located in The Arcade, one of the world’s first videogame co-working spaces.
Located in Melbourne, Australia. World’s most liveable city seven years in a row.