Junior C++ Developer in London
We are looking for a Junior C++ Developer to join a very successful and innovative studio in London. The studio helps artist achieve their vision for performances and productions, thanks to the seamless and high-quality software that they create.
As a Junior C++ Developer, you will be working alongside more senior members of the development team to build software that is used in high-level performances to create beautiful and sophisticated visual displays that excite and impress audiences.
Whilst working here, you will benefit from some industry leading perks including awards for long service, a cycle to work scheme and regular social events throughout the year. Perhaps the most exciting and anticipated reward however is the gig allowance of £400 a year. This means that you will be reimbursed for £400 worth of tickets throughout the year that you can attend, to truly get a grasp of what the software you are creating looks like in action.
Junior C++ Developer responsibilities:
Key requirements for this role in London:
This opening is perfect for someone from a similar background of producing software such as the studio does, or someone with a games background who focused on graphics. If you’re hoping to take the next step in your career as a software engineer, this is a really exciting opportunity that could be ideal for you.
If you are up to the challenge and would like to know more and apply for this role, contact email@example.com to discuss the opportunity and have your application considered today. Alternatively, apply online by attaching your CV below now.
Tags: Junior C++ Developer, C++ Engineer, Software Engineer, Junior Software Engineer
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