Remote Principal Software Engineer
Do you love to lead by example and work on cutting-edge products? Does the sound of working with brand new technology on a revolutionary product sound exciting to you? If so, this role is calling your name! Keep reading for details...
As a Principal Software Engineer at this thriving studio, you will be working onsite in London, taking responsibility over developing innovative haptic features, working with an impressive team to produce accurate and realistic content for the platform.
This studio is doing ground-breaking work using the latest VR technology to change the way the medical industry operates. If you want to be involved in shaping the future of surgeons and have the chance to use your skills for something truly meaningful, this is the opportunity for you.
Principal Software Engineer responsibilities:
Key requirements for this remote role:
If you think this could be the role for you, get in touch today! Contact Kim on firstname.lastname@example.org or apply through the form below now.
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Years of experience and salary levels are shown purely as a guide. We will only consider applications from candidates that can demonstrate the skills or experience required for the role.
Please be aware that while we would love to respond to every application we receive, due to high numbers we cannot guarantee this. We do however appreciate any time you invest into the application and will make sure to get in touch should anything in future more closely fit your skillset.
Giles runs our Gaming & Interactive division and specialises in forming tight knit teams, whether that’s for a studio or in our office. He represented his county at rugby for every age group from 12 onwards which no doubt helped him to cultivate his excellent understanding of team dynamics. Giles is known for his warmth and willingness to take time to work through any issues that may arise, although make sure you don’t try and share his food as then you won’t be getting a warm welcome – Giles doesn’t share food!