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Software Engineer

  • Location: Dundee, UK
  • Salary/rate: DOE
  • Date posted: 14/07/17
  • Job reference: 5907A
  • Permanent
This vacancy has now expired.

Amiqus are working closely with a mobile games and apps developer as they search for an experienced Software Engineer to bolster their ranks. This studio specialise in innovative games development tech and this role will focused on their brand new projects. 

As a programmer with in the team, your core remit will focus on implementing new features but this is an all-encompassing role so other responsibilities will include:

Providing technical support for existing and new products, including testing and debugging
Mentoring less experienced developers to ensure they work to their full potential
Rapid prototyping for iOS/Android

I’m looking to speak with experienced technical developers, preferably with tools development experience and at least 1 shipped mobile title to their name. Successful candidates will have:

Solid understanding of multiple programming languages including C, C#, C++ and Java
Previous iOS/Android development experience
Strong Maths skills with a relevant degree to back them up
Experience with mobile monetization is a nice to have.

Salary is competitive and dependant on experience and you’ll be situated in the vibrant city of Dundee with some of the most picturesque locations in Scotland on your doorstep. The studio have a relaxed, fun environment where creativity is encouraged – if this sounds like the dream role for you then send your CV and portfolio to liam.durkan@amiqus.com 


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