If you love games and programming like you love a good cup of coffee – i.e. brimming with hot Java – Guerrilla has just the job for you! As our enthusiastic new Java Developer, you will be responsible for designing and developing the server backend for Killzone 4 and future products. You will work with the game designers to define and realize server components such as match making, leaderboards, clans and tournaments.
Do you write Classy code? We want to hear from you if:
- You’re articulate, have strong written and verbal communication skills and a good command of the English language.
- You have a helpful, solution-oriented attitude.
- You have experience in building Java-based web applications.
- You have experience designing redundant distributed systems.
- You have experience with UNIX.
- You have an interest in online gaming.
We especially want to hear from you if:
- You have experience in any of the following technologies:
- Amazon EC2, DynamoDB, SNS, SQS and/or CloudFormation
- You have experience with C++ and can help out with integrating server components in the client.
- You have experience with low level socket programming.
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.
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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.