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Unity Developer

  • Location: Liverpool
  • Salary/rate: £30,000 - £45,000
  • Date posted: 17/04/19
  • Job reference: 6946
  • Permanent

We have partnered with an exciting video games studio based in Liverpool, who require a Unity Developer to work on their up and coming titles. 

As a Developer in this team, you will work closely with the CTO in helping code gameplay elements which contribute to an amazing experience. As well as contributing to the studios existing codebase, you’ll have a hand in developing new features and have your ideas implemented from concept to completion. 

This role can offer this developer a chance to own quite a large area of the project and would suit someone who enjoys working in a small team. This would suit a generalist programmer who enjoys a flat structure, where they can get involved with different disciplines of programming and assist with rapid prototyping. 

The role will promote freedom in your work style and will allow you to be creative with your code in an open-plan environment, where ideas are commonly contributed and everyone has an input on the project

Requirements

  • At least 2 years’ experience in the Video Games industry
  • Familiar with Unity 3D
  • Released at least 1 title on PC, Console or Mobile platforms
  • Past Gameplay and UI Programming experience 
  • Unreal experience would be a bonus
To apply for this role, please send your CV to will.hudson@amiqus.com 
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