Sixteen Tons Entertainment, developer of the renowned EMERGENCY series, is looking for a Unity3D Developer to join its team of passionate game developers on-site in its studio in Berlin or Tübingen near Stuttgart.
As Unity3D developer, you will play a key role in programming high-quality serious and consumer games. You will work closely together with game designers, artists and project managers.
- Implementation of features for mobile and console games using Unity3D / C#
- Refinement, optimization and extension of existing code
- Evaluation and integration of plugins and third-party technologies
- Porting existing projects to new hardware or devices
- Creation of technical design and software architecture documents
- Contribution of your own creativity to the design process of game features
- Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or similar
- At least 2 years working with a professional game or application development team
- Experience with Unity3D
- Advanced C# programming skills
- Familiarity with software engineering best practices
- Good knowledge of code optimization and profiling tools
- User-oriented thinking
- Ability to communicate effectively in German with a German-speaking team
- EU citizenship or a valid working permit for Germany
- Passion for games
- Two or more shipped titles as a programmer
- Experience with console development (PS4, Switch)
- Familiarity with SVN
- Mentality of a problem solver who keeps cool even when dealing with a high workload
What we offer:
- Play a central role in a team that has been making games for over 20 years
- Take part in the development of the globally successful “EMERGENCY” game series
- Challenging and exciting game projects
- A highly motivated team with a flat hierarchy and fast decision making
Our current products:
Even if you don’t meet all of the qualification requirements, we would love to hear from you.
Please send your CV and a cover email to:
Tel. +49 7071 916732
All applications and information will be treated confidentially.
Job ad published on September 3rd, 2019