Engine Programmer

Location Warsaw
Employment type Fulltime
Region / State / Province Warsaw
Offer description Would you like to work with a team that consistently ships innovative and over-the-top action games? Would you like to be the person engaged in development of our AAA products in Warsaw? If you answered yes to any of those questions we would like to talk to you about joining our team here at People Can Fly.
RESPONSIBILITIES We are looking for an Engine Programmer. This person will be working on a AAA shooter and a new IP across multiple platforms. We’re looking for experienced engine programmers who help enhance and maintain PCF Framework (built on Unreal Engine 4), as well as optimize the game for multiple platforms.
QUALIFICATIONS
  • Strong C++ knowledge
  • Minimum 3 years of software engineering experience
  • Excellent math and/or physics skills
  • Passion for writing solid, reliable, efficient code and highly scalable systems
  • Experience with multiple core systems, such as graphics, tools, audio, networking, memory handling, scripting, etc.
  • Strong work ethic and self-motivated
  • Demonstrated interest in games
  • Language: English and/or Polish language skills (everyone in our studio speaks English, but Polish language skills are a plus)

PREFERENCE TO APPLICANTS WITH

  • Unreal Engine 3/4 knowledge
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Experience working with multithreaded systems
  • Performance and memory optimization skills
  • Console experience, especially next-generation systems
  • BS (or higher) in Computer Science or similar discipline (Physics, Math, EE, etc.)
  • Shipped-title experience
WHAT WE OFFER
  • A competitive salary and performance–based bonuses
  • Personal development opportunities and possibility to work in a multicultural environment
  • Work in a creative team with people full of passion for what they do
  • Private health care  including dental treatment & MultiSport card
  • Business trips and integration events
  • Comprehensive assistance in relocation
Last modified Monday, April 8, 2019