Senior AI Programmer

Location New York
Employment type Fulltime
Region / State / Province New York
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 New York City? 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 New York.
RESPONSIBILITIES We are looking for a Senior AI Programmer, able to expand AI systems provided by UE4, as well as create new robust solutions. This person will also work with artists and designers on the behaviors of a large variety of non-player characters, bringing to life memorable enemies (including bosses!) of all shapes and sizes.
QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Expert in C++ and object-oriented programming with a strong 3D math background
  • Minimum 7 years of software engineering experience
  • Experience in programming movement, navigation, and decision-making AI
  • Game designer's creativity
  • Keen analytical mind
  • Ability to write solid, reliable, efficient code
  • High work ethic
  • Passion for games
  • Language: English

PREFERENCE TO APPLICANTS WITH

  • Unreal Engine 4 knowledge
  • Shipped title experience
  • Experience working on a mod/title on the Unreal Engine
  • Performance and optimization skills
  • BS (or higher) in Computer Science or similar discipline (Physics, Math, EE, etc.)
WHAT WE OFFER People Can Fly New York offers a comprehensive range of benefits for all full-time employees including 100% company paid Medical, Dental, and Vision plans, company paid holidays and an attractive paid time off policy which includes 4 weeks of vacation. In addition, we offer Relocation Assistance, Short and Long Term Disability, Life Insurance, Pet Insurance, Flexible Savings Account Programs, Commuter Tax benefits and discounted gym memberships to keep our staff healthy and happy. People Can Fly New York is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Last modified Thursday, November 21, 2019