Senior Gameplay Programmer - Action Games - Canada

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Job Title Senior Gameplay Programmer - Action Games - Canada
Job Category AI / Artificial Intelligence,Tools,Lead Programmer,Network / Online / Server,Physics,Web Developer,Technical Director,Gameplay,Mobile / iOS / Android,Graphics / Engine,Build Engineer,Core Technology,Audio Programmer,UI / Front End,Animation Programmer,Flash / Actionscript / HTML5,Database / SQL
Job Description We are working with a successful developer of popular action games to find a Senior Gameplay Programmer who will join their studio in Montreal, Canada.

Role Responsibilities:

  • Develop software in C++ by applying the principles of object-oriented coding;
  • Work with the Game Design and Animation teams in order to make the technical design and implement a gameplay system that particularly controls the main character;
  • Quickly prototype new games mechanics;
  • Analyze and estimate the time, cost as well as the impact of the proposed functions;
  • Ensure that the ambitions remain consistent with the deadline;
  • Debug and optimize own code as much at the low level than at the high level to guarantee the technical quality and the performance;
  • Work effectively with the programming and developing teams;
  • Train and guide the junior programmers;

  • University diploma in programming, computer engineering, software engineering or the equivalent;
  • 6 years and more of experience in Programming;
  • Minimum of 1 published title;
  • Must have an excellent knowledge of C++;
  • Experience developing multi platforms (asset);
  • Bilingual (French and English).

Please contact Cassandra Donnelly on 0208 144 6336 or if you are interested in this position. Please forward your CV in a Word format. View Many More Interactive Selection Jobs 
Salary Competitive salary + benefits
Location Montreal
Job Category Programming
Date posted 14/07/2017
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Recruiter This job is advertised on behalf of Interactive Selection using their internal reference 1793.
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