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Graphics Programmer

  • Location: Manchester
  • Salary/rate: £20,000 - £30,000
  • Date posted: 08/02/19
  • Job reference: 7029
  • Permanent

Amiqus have partnered with a small team of experienced technical programmers, providing co-development solutions to larger games teams looking to solve complex technical problems. They specialise in engine development, profiling and optimisation and are looking for an enthusiastic graphics programmer to join the team.

Their current project is a major engine rewrite and will suit an enthusiastic programmer wanting to work on cutting edge techniques and APIs.

Candidates will require:

  • Experience working on AAA game engines, ideally with a shipped title
  • Up to date knowledge of modern graphics APIs, ideally at least one console and DX12 or Vulkan
  • Strong C/C++ programming skills
  • Some familiarity with modern graphical techniques, lighting and shadowing approaches, PBR materials etc.

 

Please click apply or contact Kim Hunt on 01925 839730 or kim.hunt@amiqus.com to find out more.
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