Being a Game Coder at Guerrilla is like being a little god: you're responsible for laying the foundation for an entire game world. As part of an agile team of designers and artists, you invent ways to break game features down into logical systems which are easy to develop and maintain. You prove these features by building and refining prototypes of your systems, making sure they add to the overall believability of the game world. You also assist and encourage other departments to get the most out of the systems you create.
Do you have divine aspirations? We want to hear from you if:
- You have a fiery passion for programming in general
- You are interested in game mechanics
- You have a helpful, solution-oriented attitude
- You enjoy working in agile, multi-disciplinary teams
- You're fluent in C++
Not all Game Coders are created equal... So we especially want to hear from you if:
- You've worked on (and completed) one or more games
- You have a grasp of the mathematics behind 3D graphics
- You can optimize code for performance, scalability and clarity
About GuerillaFounded in 2000 as the result of a merger between three smaller studios, Guerrilla now employs 130 developers from 20 different nationalities. Its commitment to recruiting, developing and retaining the best talent in the industry make Guerrilla an expert in the ‘expat experience’.
When applying for a programming position, it is essential that we see examples of your programming code. We want to verify your ability to write clean, well-documented and stable code. Examples should demonstrate that you have a desire to make games, and possess the necessary skills to do so.
Portfolios can be submitted in HTML format, as a ZIP archive, or via an URL.
General Application Requirements
How to Apply
To apply for a position at Guerrilla, please click on the link below the desired job opening. You will be required to enter your CV, motivation and, where applicable, your portfolio.
Your CV (resume) should outline your educational and vocational qualifications, your relevant work experience and the software packages that you are familiar with.
When applying for employment, the motivation is just as important as the CV. It introduces you to us, and it gives us a first impression of who you are.