Senior Online Programmer in Toronto
Are you a Game Programmer who likes the sound of working on a highly anticipated game sequel alongside some of the top talent in the industry? If this sounds interesting, read on to find out more and apply today...
As a Senior Online Programmer at this studio in Toronto, you will play a key role within the team, taking on a range of tasks and tackling issues and challenges across all areas of the game. This will include implementing new features, debugging and optimising existing ones and more.
This thriving studio is currently working on the sequel to a multi-million-copy selling game. So, if you’re passionate about supporting a team, getting your hands dirty, and flourishing in a new role, you will fit in perfectly here!
Key requirements for this role in Toronto:
If you think this could be the role you’ve been waiting for, get in touch with Ryan today on email@example.com or apply through the form below now.
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A little bit about the city: Toronto
As the largest city in Canada, and growing, Toronto prides itself on diversity, with a wide range of cultures, foods and art available. Named by Forbes as one of the ‘World’s Most Economically Powerful Cities’, Toronto is certainly somewhere worth settling in. Alongside the economic benefits, Toronto’s transport system is strong thanks to their public buses and streetcars, which use hybrid-electrics, therefore creating minimal environmental damage.
The city also boasts numerous art galleries, museums, operas, orchestras and much more, as well as being home to several sports teams. Generally regarded as a very safe city, and with several prestigious schools situated there, Toronto is an especially great option for people with families considering relocating.
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.
Ryan looks after programmers particularly focusing on the VR/AR space. We think he’s working here mostly get his hands on new Lord of the Rings VR experiences as soon as they come out although, with his level of knowledge, maybe he should be helping make them instead! He is one of the few people on the team that is a born and bred Brightonian. In fact he has never moved far - to the point where last time he moved, it was only 2 doors down from his old place!