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Gameplay Programmer

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Ninja Theory
Employer Ninja Theory
Category Programmers
Salary £26,000 - £37,000
Type Permanent
Location UK - East Anglia

Ninja Theory – the makers of Heavenly Sword, Enslaved: Odyssey to the West,  DmC & Fightback – are looking for an experienced, talented and enthusiastic Gameplay Programmer to work on our exciting new project.


You will support the senior members of the team in ensuring the overall gameplay programming requirements are met – to quality, schedule and within technical specifications.  You will also be responsible for the development of new code, the maintenance and implementation of game features, and for providing gameplay support for the bug-fixing of the code-base.

You'll also support and mentor more junior members of the team to ensure team goals are met.


Does this sound like you? If so we can offer you a fun, hard-working and supportive environment in which you can quickly make a contribution – we can offer career development, training and promotion opportunities all within a stable yet industry leading studio. We only hire the strongest in their fields, so you can work with the best.


In addition to a competitive salary, we can also offer you:


•      Holiday – 23 days a year, rising 1 day a year to 33 days;

•      Contributory pension scheme;

•      Private Healthcare;

•      Bonus;

•      Specified contribution to annual gym/fitness membership; and

•      Childcare vouchers, Cycle Scheme & Computing Scheme access.


Interested? Want to know more? Have a look at the careers section of our website at www.ninjatheory.com for the full job description.  To apply, fill in our short application form which can be found on our careers page, as well as sending us your CV and a covering letter telling us why you should be our next Ninja to jobs@ninjatheory.com.


These positions have a closing date of 13th May 2014. We will aim to get back to you with feedback as soon as possible after this date. Please quote reference DV/GP/Apr/14 in the subject bar.