Remote Lead Unity Developer
If you’re a talented game developer with extensive experience of working in Unity engine this could be the role for you!
As a Lead Unity Developer at this studio you will be responsible for mentoring a team of programmers, as well as working with several other disciplines such as Production, Art and QA. This largely remote studio offers employees the opportunity to work from home for the most part, with one day on site in London every two weeks. This offers a lot of flexibility and job autonomy, as well as great work life balance.
The BAFTA award winning studio create innovative original IPs focusing on freedom and fun. Offering their unique studio setup and an impressive online communication system, they still offer a welcoming environment without a long commute.
As a part of the team you will benefit from flexible working hours, treats delivered to your door, free food and drinks on fortnightly studio days as well as evening activities and loads of fun away days and retreats, not to mention the costs you will save due to the lack of commuting!
Lead Unity Developer key responsibilities:
Essential requirements for this role in London:
Professional experience must include at least two out of the following three criteria. Where you don't meet one of the points, you will need to fall into the bracketed category instead.
This role will also need the following:
If you’re interested in this exciting new role, get in touch with email@example.com to discuss the opportunity or apply online by submitting your CV in the form below now.
Tags: Unity Developer, Game Developer, Lead Developer, Unity Engine, C#, Remote, London
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