Senior/Principal GFX Programmer

DPS Games logo
Posted 19 January 2024
Salary Negotiable
LocationLondon
Job type Permanent
DisciplineProgramming
Reference19533
Contact NameAdam Perry

Job description

We’re searching for a Senior or Principal Graphics Programmer to join DPS Games and work on an ambitious genre-defining IP that will be a AAA, free to play, first person shooter title.

Guildford-based DPS have put a lot of effort into making working not feel like a job, they're incredibly excited by what they're creating and are hiring world-class developers into their studio to help them realise their reality. This is an opportunity to grow, to be part of something in its early stages and could be career-defining.

As a Senior or Principal Graphics Programmer you become part of the growing Graphics/Rendering team. Your role will be about pushing the technical boundaries by researching and implementing new features and seeing in the transition from UE4 to UE5.

The key skills and experience you’ll bring to the role…
  • Professional experience in APIs, DX12, Vulkan, C++ and Shaders
  • Professional Unreal 4/5 experience
  • Effective communication skills
Desirable skills…
  • Experience working on multiplayer games 
  • Excellent problem-solving skills
  • Understanding of current real-time rendering techniques
  • Experience profiling and optimizing CPU and GPU usage
Perks and benefits include...
  • 5 weeks of annual leave per year
  • Extensive wellbeing perks including mental health days, a dedicated well-being room, and a team of mental health first aiders and professional counselling
  • Health Insurance (including family coverage)
  • Life Insurance
  • Pension contributions
  • Career development and education opportunities within the company
  • Employee discounts and a personal gaming account 
  • Company events
  • Video game areas, Warhammer painting station, and a bespoke D&D table!
  • Dog-friendly office with an onsite canteen and an endless supply of snacks and drinks
  • Seniority awards 
  • Referral program