C++ Audio Software Engineer


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Experienced C++ Audio Software Engineer

Here is your chance to join a top studio, highly-regarded by their staff. You would be working on AAA titles and become part of a leading audio software engineering team in Nottingham, UK.

With your experience in the design and implementation of audio features within large games, using Wwise, our client is looking for you to join them on their exciting upcoming projects.

If you understand the role audio has in enhancing games - this role would suit you perfectly.

Experience and Skills:

  • Professional experience with developing audio for games.
  • Expert-level C++ programming skills.
  • Past experience with designing and implementing audio game features into a multiplayer game.
  • Experience using Wwise technology.
  • Strong ability to analyse and pay attention to detail.


  • Previous experience working on an MMO game.
  • Either a gamer or has game industry experience,
  • Robust software engineering and software archictecture principles & practise.
  • The ability to verbalise tricky concepts and the willingness to take constructive criticism.

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Consultant Tom Matthews

Tom is our specialist Unity & C++ Consultant. He is a massive football fan and has followed 4 generations in supporting Fulham FC. Originally from Hastings, Tom grew up in Tunbridge wells, but has finally decided to settle in Brighton after briefly spending time in London & New Zealand. Tom admits he has some odd quirks. When listening to music, he insists on having it set on an even number. He also cannot walk under ladders or walk over 3 drains in a row.