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Develop Jobs: Be a senior programmer at Ubisoft Reflections

The Develop jobs board is home to hundreds of game job vacancies based in the UK and around the world across a plethora of different professions.

Each day we will be scouring the daily-updated jobs page for one of the top vacancies to help you find that dream job.

Today we’ll be taking a look at the role of senior generalist programmer, at Ubisoft Reflections, based in Newcastle.

Be sure to visit our Jobs Page to take a look at further opportunities.

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Got a new job opportunity at your studio or have a new position you’d like highlighted in our daily spotlight? Please contact Alex Boucher at alex.boucher@intentmedia.co.uk for more details.

Best of luck.

Generalist Programmer Senior – Technical Lead – Ubisoft Reflections

Newcastle upon tyne – UK

The successful candidate will work within a collaborative multidiscipline environment implementing game features that meet the requirements of the project’s Lead Designer and Lead Programmer.

Responsibilities:

  • Implement practical and timely solutions that meet the game design and technical requirements.
  • Implement code that is modular, self-contained, and defensive and observes the technical constraints on the system.
  • Work as a key part of an agile development team, taking responsibility for organising and planning their own work.
  • Ensure coding standards are followed, and help to enforce good programming practices within the engineering team.
  • Maintain technical documentation for the engineering team as well as other disciplines.
  • Optimise code and data for memory usage and performance as required.
  • Write debugging tools for programmers, level designers and artists.

For more details and to apply, click here.

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