Lead Programmer (Unity), South England, to 60k + Benefits
|Job Title||Lead Programmer (Unity), South England, to 60k + Benefits|
|Job Description||To apply:
This award winning mobile games studio is looking for a Lead Programmer to join their highly talented team and help drive the hugely successful titles for mobile. You will be responsible for leading and mentoring a small team of 3 + more junior and experienced programmers working on exciting and challenging projects. This will include overseeing the production and maintenance of well documented code that’s easy to read, debug and maintain across the project as well as driving technology and game code improvements and quality standards.
This one of the UK's most up and coming games studios who have just entered into a really exciting partnership. The team consists of enthusiastic and talented programmers, designers and artists from AAA console studios and top mobile game development studios. They are 100% focused on mobile and tablet games and have plans in place to grow into one of Europe's top mobile studios, so if you are looking for a studio that is on the up where you can make a name for yourself then this is a great opportunity.
You should have:
They have a really passionate, motivated team in place where everyone makes their own unique contribution to the development of the games and studio. They have a very relaxed and friendly bunch with a fun environment and a ready-made social life on tap. Great opportunity to be part of the continued success of one of the UKs most up and coming games studios!
To apply please send CV to prog@ or tel Ben, Kirsty on 020 7580 6018 for a confidential chat (once we have your cv). We value close, personal relationships with our candidates and applications by this method tend to be more successful.
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|Salary||to £60,000 + Benefits|
|Recruiter||This job is advertised on behalf of Datascope using their internal reference 39325.|
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