C# / Java Programmer Needed - London

Discussion in 'Help Wanted (PAID ONLY)' started by Chris England, Feb 24, 2015.

  1. Chris England

    Chris England New Member

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    Goldhawk Interactive is an independent video game development studio based in London. We have been in business for five years and recently released our maiden title on PC, Xenonauts. It received favourable reviews and to date has sold more than 100,000 copies, logging some 2.5 million hours of in-game player time so far on Steam.

    We are looking for a junior generalist programmer to join the team working on our next title. The more senior members of the team will of course offer you guidance as required, but we are a small team and even a junior programmer will be responsible for implementing and maintaining a lot of important systems and mechanics - you won't be stuck doing something boring or unimportant!

    We are looking for the following in a candidate:
    • London-based, or able to work in London
    • A strong knowledge of either C# or Java is required
    • A demonstrable active interest in game development (not necessarily professional industry experience)
    • Experience of working with the Unity3D game engine would be valuable

    The role would most likely be a long-term contract with an initial evaluation period. If you are interested in the role please then please send your C.V., your relevant coding experience and your salary expectations to chris(at)xenonauts.com
     
  2. Wegenbarth

    Wegenbarth New Member

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    Is there no chance for working at home for that project?
     

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