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Monolith Productions, the award-winning AAA studio who brought you F.E.A.R. and Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, seeks an Engine Programmer.
In this role you will work with our core framework team on Monolith's proprietary game engine. If you have a passion for learning the low-level technology that powers modern games, we'd love to hear from you!
Our Engine team is responsible for several systems that our gameplay and content teams build upon to create world-class games. Our broad reach includes asset loading, memory management, animation, VFX, physics, scripting, and much more!
This role is open only to people residing and having the legal right to work in Canada.
This position can be remote from home, on-site or hybrid from the WB Games Montreal studio.
- Write C++ code in a data-driven, proprietary engine.
- Collaborate closely with design and art to build core gameplay experiences.
- Work with team leadership to breakdown feature work into actionable, schedulable steps.
- Write concise documentation for code and complex systems.
- 2+ years of experience as a programmer working in C++.
- Experience working and debugging in a well-known IDE, such as Visual Studio or Rider.
Skills & Knowledge
- Excellent communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills.
- Understanding of common game development concepts and systems.
- Prior experience working in a 3D game engine (Proprietary, Unreal, Unity, etc.).
Bonus Points (desired but not required)
- Understanding of mathematics concepts commonly used in gaming, including linear algebra and trigonometry.
- Experience helping maintain a live software product or game.
- Experience developing for console platforms (Xbox, PS, etc.)
- Experience working in agile processes, such as Scrum.