[Jobposts] Job offered: Video Game Developer (Linux/C/C++/OpenGL) - permanent position in London, SW18

Tom Leather tleather at feralinteractive.com
Wed Feb 11 11:08:43 UTC 2015

Hi all,

Feral Interactive is a leading games publisher and developer that specialises in bringing the best AAA games to the Mac.

We are currently expanding our portfolio to include Linux and we are looking for graduate developers familiar with Linux to assist with this process. We released our first two Linux games last year (XCOM: Enemy Unknown and Empire: Total War)!

This is a great opportunity for a new graduate to break into the games industry. Previous professional experience is not necessary, but you should be comfortable working in C/C++ and be very familiar using, and preferably developing for, Linux.

We're also looking for more experienced developers (both for Linux and Mac) so feel free to get in contact even if you're not sure this advert fits your experience.

We're happy to accept applications from applicants outside the UK, as long as you're willing to consider relocation for the job. Please be aware that we're only able to sponsor visa applications for more experienced candidates. If you're not sure, feel free to email and we'll let you know whether we can consider your application.

What experience should you have?

- Strong C/C++ skills
- Familiarity with Linux, preferably including development for Linux

What else would help?

- A good degree in a technical discipline
- Games development experience
- Experience of 3D graphics using OpenGL and/or DirectX
- A passion for video games

What’s in it for you?

- Opportunity to be at the forefront of bringing AAA games to Linux and SteamOS
- Competitive salary
- Flexitime
- Relaxed small company atmosphere
- Regular company dinners and outings

How do I apply?

To apply, send a copy of your CV and a covering letter to:

recruiting at feralinteractive.com <mailto:recruiting at feralinteractive.com>

You should address your application to Ian Bullock, our Head of Technology.

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to email Tom Leather, at tleather at feralinteractive.com <mailto:tleather at feralinteractive.com>

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