Software Developer (Mid Weight, Senior & LEAD)

Job Title: Software Developer (Mid Weight, Senior & LEAD)
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London
Salary: £55000 - £80000 per annum
Start Date: 2017-05-16
Reference: SD05
Contact Name: Dhaval Khatri
Contact Email:
Job Published: May 16, 2017 10:39

Job Description

Software Developer (Mid-Weight, Senior & Lead) with prominent experience in apps/games, C++ and C# etc. required to join a world class Creative Studio in United Kingdom, UK. The role offers an attractive salary.

Key Skills & Background:
  • Must be able to learn and tackle new challenges.
  • Must be excited about enabling others to achieve greater results than you can by yourself.
  • Must be enthusiastic about applying your development talents and experience to create incredible shipping software.
  • Must have experience writing and maintaining C++ and C# as we use these the most.
  • Must have pragmatic approach to getting things done.
  • Experience of a software development lead with a stellar track record.
  • Must be engaged and collaborative with others in a dynamic studio that has a mix of people from all backgrounds.
  • An interest in 3D modelling or mixed reality is an advantage with the ability to learn quickly and understand new concepts than anything you’ve done in the past.
About the Role:

A strong passionate engineer to lead our teams and drive innovative and creative experiences across our platforms. Candidates with several years of experience leading engaging experiences in apps or games, particularly ones with a user experience driven focus, and enjoys working in a creative environment. Someone who wants a role that’s a balance of hands-on work and helping others – they will be managing a small engineering team that creates products that delight users with great functionality, new technologies and interaction models. Candidates will be invested in the future of engineers and helping them to grow and improve, and be part of the process too – contributing to the whole development from invention to shipping.