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Company Name:
Bartlet Jones Supernatural Detective Agency Inc.
San Diego, California
United States
Job Type:
Position type:
Full Time
Experience Level:
Bachelor's Degree


BJSDA is searching for a generalist Engineer to add to our game development team. The Engineer will work with a team of Designers, Artists, Tech Artists and Animators to create a Unity3D Engine based online multiplayer game.  Responsibilities include network gameplay programming, character and weapon development, backend network programming, user interface design and development, tool creation, technical support for the internal development team and quality assurance testing/reporting.

The candidate will be working onsite in the Gaslamp District of San Diego California.


• BS Degree in Computer Science, Mathematics, Engineering or Game Development Trade School
• Experience in console, PC or mobile video game development (or 2+ years of full-time programming)
• Expert in C# or C++ programming languages
• Proficient in 3D vector math
• Positive attitude and a desire to work in a collaborative team environment


Preferred Skills:
• Experience shipping at least three console, PC or mobile video games (or 5+ years of full-time programming)

• Avid gamer

• Experience with the Unity3D Game Engine

Experience with web technologies such as SOAP, XML, JSON, etc.

• Demonstrated ability to rapidly develop features from specification to prototype to ship-ready

• Experience with network gameplay programming
• Demonstrated ability to integrate UI components

• Comfortable with agile, waterfall and hybrid development methods

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