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Unity Developer

Job title Unity Developer
Location Poland
Industry:
Reference: 5022
Contact name: Sam House
City: Poland
Contact email: sam.house@signify-tech.com
Published: January 20, 2023 2:22

Job Description

As a Unity Developer, you will be using Unity Engine to create innovative games based on big data and help bring them to mobile platforms with worldwide reach. You will be working closely with game designers, artists, and other programmers while implementing game features that are closely tied to server resources created by our backend and big data engineers.

You should have at least 2 years of commercial experience with Unity and at least one title shipped

Your responsibilities:
• Build innovative multiplayer big data-based games in Unity for mobile platforms in dedicated product teams
• Take part in creating development workflows at every stage of production and maintenance of launched titles
• Build dedicated location-aware and multiplayer-enabled game features • Create and maintain development tools
• Work with colleagues from other fields like art and design to optimize the development process and work quality during project development
• Guide junior developers in your project and exchange knowledge with other Unity developers working on other titles
• Help game designers verify and enhance ideas for new games with your technical expertise • Work closely with backend engineers on implementing and improving client-server communication
• Help create company-wide standards for Unity developers

Job requirements
We are looking for a person who:
• is passionate about their craft,
• is willing to learn things beyond their competence,
• is able to work without supervision,
• has to experience in creating a game (on his own or in a team)
• isn't indifferent to low quality,
• is aware of the value delivered by their team,
• feels accountable for their personal performance,
• is committed to finishing their tasks or eagerly reports when it’s not possible,
• understands the role of experimentation, feedback loops, and incremental delivery,
•admits mistakes and wants to learn from them,
• commits to team decisions, even when it’s not their personal choice