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2K’s newest AAA development studio, 31st Union, is excited to launch its Spanish expansion! 

We are a diverse group of developers driven by a passion for our art, united by our core values and inspired by a culture of inclusivity to build amazing games that thrill players everywhere. We pursue growth and innovation in an environment of safety and trust. Our culture is built on the belief that the more varied voices in our collective will strengthen our team and our games. We are looking for our next teammate who will raise our bar and make us better.

 

31st Union is looking for a Lead Engineer to manage and mentor a team of Engineers from all disciplines in partnership with US flagship studio; providing technical designs, writing, implementing, and debugging code for unannounced AAA IP.

Responsibilities:

  • Manage and mentor a team of engineers from all disciplines, supporting the efforts of the global development team.
  • Provide technical designs for new features and/or changes in engine
  • Write code that fulfills the functional and technical requirements of the project
  • Provide the daily direction and tasking for the team, and provide feedback for other engineers
  • Collaborate with engineering and production teams to devise optimal engineering solutions
  • Keep current on technological developments and advancements in the game industry by researching coding techniques and algorithms
  • Participate in the development of low-level systems like streaming, generic serialization, entity systems and more.


Required Qualifications:

  • 10+ years of programming experience on commercial software projects
  • Experience developing for AAA games; preferably action, Shooters or MP titles
  • At least one shipped AAA game as technical lead
  • Experience with multi-processor programming
  • Experience developing for game consoles
  • Experience working on core gameplay systems and/or AI
  • Experience working on multi-platform software projects
  • Expertise in C / C++
  • Strong 3D math skills
  • Ability to research, analyze and optimize code to meet performance requirements
  • Ability to learn and master new technologies and code
  • Ability to work independently and efficiently under reasonable deadlines
  • Must be EU Citizen

 

 

 

Please note that 31st Union and 2K Games never use instant messaging apps or personal email accounts to contact prospective employees or conduct interviews. All correspondence will come from an official 31st Union or 2K domain account.

 

 

 

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