Senior Programmer

Ubisoft Blue Byte logo
Posted 03 March 2022
Salary Negotiable
Job type Permanent
Contact NameDave Moss

Job description

Ubisoft Blue Byte are searching for a Senior C++ Programmer to join one of their agile teams developing this online platform specifically focusing on the core tech.

In this role, you will be working on the fundamentals the client side architecture, building critical online and interface tools that enhance players' experiences and connect them to their communities. From exclusive rewards to social sharing features, you and your team of fellow innovators will bring about impactful technological advancements regularly.

The skills and experience you'll need...
  • 7+ years professional development programming   
  • Expert knowledge in a modern version of C++  
  • A background with Multithreading  
  • An expertise in API programming  
  • A familiarity in either Windows API or CEF  
  • A fluency in oral and written English 

The role will based in Dusseldorf, a vibrant city that has incredible transport links to a vast array of major cities such as Paris and Amsterdam. Ubisoft can provide the right candidate with a generous relocation package, including relocation allowance, visa support when necessary and even support in finding a property. 

Ubisoft Blue Byte are not only responsible for game development, but are also a key part of the development of Ubisoft's Connect Service that will be released later in 2021. This is an online platform that gives players access to all of Ubisoft's releases, enabling them to pick up where they left off, wherever they are. 

The salary for this role is generous and on a sliding scale dependent on experience.

Ubisoft is known as creators of internationally successful brands like Assassin’s Creed, Just Dance, Tom Clancy’s video game series, Rayman, Far Cry and Watch Dogs. Ubisoft studios and business offices around the world deliver exciting and memorable gaming experiences across all popular platforms, including consoles, mobile phones, tablets and PCs.