There are plenty of opportunities listed on the jobs board this week
Has a long working week left you hungry for a new challenge? Is a move to a new studio or relocation in warmer climes a tempting proposition?
With numerous vacancy postings on the Develop jobs board, there’s never been a better time to think about climbing the career ladder.
Below is the job of the week, which offers a fantastic oppotunity for a lead programmer.
Title: Lead programmer
Location: UK - South
Salary: Negotiable DOE
Description: nDreams is a fast-growing production company and game developer based in Farnborough, Hampshire, focused on innovative new business models and creating our own original IP. The studio is 35 minutes from London by train, close to Guildford, and near the M3 and M25.
nDreams offers highly competitive salaries for the right candidates, plus a great working environment and benefits package.
nDreams is looking to expand it team, working on a number of innovative games across multiple platforms including PlayStation 3, iPhone, PC and Mac. It is also a registered Nintendo and Microsoft developer.
The following position is available:
You'll be heading up the coding on a project, interfacing with a cutting-edge middleware graphics engine. You'll be responsible for building the game code from scratch, working with the producer, lead designer and lead artist to create exciting and technologically stunning gameplay. You may direct other programmers, helping them improve and maintaning an overview of all the code across the project.
On smaller projects, such as a PSN game, you may be the only programmer, so must be capable of coding all aspects of the game, including core gameplay, front-end, integrating with middleware functions for physics and character animation, and even creating an online multiplayer game mode.
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