Senior Physics Programmer – Console/PC Studio – 100% Remote Working
A Spain based studio is currently looking for an experienced Senior Physics Programmer to help work on a new PC/Console Title. The studio is looking to emulate their debut title, which took the games market by storm with its complex, but simple and fun gameplay. The title was enjoyed by all ages and scored high Metacritic reviews.
As the Physics Programmer you’ll be the expert in the team, you’ll get involved with working on the studios Physics technology and features for present and upcoming titles, in a studio wide position. There’s a lot of creativity for the role and in return they want this person to own the Physics Tech for the studio going forward, you’ll be the go-to person for anything Physics related, helping push the boundaries of the Unity engine.
You’ll be getting involved with improving the Physics architecture for the game engine, design and implement Physics game systems and research new approaches to physics, tooling and automation.
This is a great opportunity to become an integral part of this exciting studio who are working on something new, which you’ll play a huge part of.
There is an extremely competitive salary on offer, performance bonuses, health and life insurance, flexible working, relocation assistance, pension, fully supplied equipment and a generous holiday allowance.
The role can be either 100% remote working from your current location (you must be willing to work in the CET Time zones), or with relocation to Spain if you prefer!
- Strong Physics Programming experience
- Experience with concepts like position-based dynamics, direct solvers, constraints, etc.
- An interest in working on something that pushes the boundaries of Physics in video games
- Experience with working on Console or PC games
- Strong experience with Unity is a bonus
This is a fantastic opportunity to work with a studio who are pushing the boundaries of Unity.
If you are interested in applying for this role, then send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org