Lead Game Engineer in Los Angeles, California
Lead Software Engineer (Augmented Reality/Simulations)
Location: Playa Vista/El Segundo, CA Hybrid on-site required
Salary Range: $160,000-220,000
Technical Skills: Software and game development, C, C++, C#, Unity, Unreal, Simulations, Augmented Reality
Our client in the creative space is seeking a talented Lead Software Engineer to join a team where they are developing a simulator project. The ideal candidate has experience leading, planning, designing, and developing software solutions, new systems, and has hands on experience with large-scale simulation and real-time physics. If you have what it takes, then look no further!
7+ years in software and/or game development
Working knowledge with C, C++, and C#
Unity and Unreal Engine
Experience developing Augmented, Virtual, Mixed reality solutions
Expertise with large-scale simulations and real-time physics
A solid understanding of online games with their backend, low-level networking, and internet solutions
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