Lead Unity Developer

Unity

Are you a Lead Unity Developer looking to move to West Canada?

Have you shipped multiple mobile games commercially?

Do you enjoy leading and mentoring a small growing team?

WHAT YOU WILL BE DOING

  • Lead the technical vision, strategy, and execution of the product. You will be actively involved in the product vision and strategy!
  • Support and manage game enhancements, features and bug fixtures, including performance and footprint optimizations.
  • Collaborate with client-side and server-side engineers on project requirements and communicate project statuses.
  • Able to build out, lead and mentor a small but growing team.
  • Reach out and work closely with external development partners

WHAT YOU NEED

  • 3+ years managing an engineering team.
  • 3+ years with Unity and C#.
  • 7+ years with object-oriented game/mobile languages such as Objective-C, Java, C++, or AS3.

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Reference: AOJN-020740

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Consultant Matt Giles

Matt took his first family holiday to America when he was 7 and while he may have moved onto other things for a while, it seems America is where his heart lies! At Skillsearch he focuses solely on people and companies in the US so has all the knowledge you need if you’re there already or looking to make the move! Matt will bend over backwards for everyone he’s working with to help them find what they’re looking for. Just don’t ask him to do that physically though – his limbo skills are abysmal!