Wild Unity Developer
What does it mean to be a Wild Unity Developer?
So what does it take to be a Wild Unity Developer? You have probably been playing and making games for most of your life, and you identify as a gamer and game developer. You love games and try to understand what players do in the game and what they want. You also understand that making games is a team effort and that’s why you love working with other people who complement you.
Being part of a team that shares your passion is essential for you to thrive, and that is why you applied to become part of the Wild Team. For this role we encourage women to apply. We are always searching for diversity of perspectives and experiences for our team.
- At least 2 years of experience with Unity
- Strong C# programming language skills and a solid understanding of 3D math
- Shaders (Shader Graph or even better HLSH/Shader Lab)
- Optimization (Analyse and address)
- Always learning, sharing and developing.
- Able to take, as well as give feedback.
- Ability to own and drive own areas
- Collaborate with rest of team to create the best possible games.
- Have worked in mobile games.
Nice to have
- Rigging and Animations
- Audio (Recording, mixing and implementing)
- 3D Modelling and Texturing
- VFX (Pre-simulations, Particles, Post Processing)
- Playing mobile games.
- Working with Git/Perforce or other version-control software.
- Experience in the industry. Shipped at least one game.
What’s in it for you?
You will be part of a skilled team that creates high quality mobile games. You will get to own and drive your own areas, and together with the Wild Team create a face melting game experience! During COVID-19 we have been working remotely since March 2020 and that has been working well for us. Going forward we will be a remote friendly company even after this pandemic passes, so flexible work location become part of our DNA in Wild Games. We are also giving you 6 weeks paid vacation, employee stock options and health insurance. Like a dream!
So you made it this far and maybe you think you’re a great fit for this wild role? If so, send your CV, cover letter and portfolio to firstname.lastname@example.org