■具体的な業務内容

プロデューサーにゲーム開発状況を報告し、ゲーム開発の中の様様な問題を効率的に解決する


ゲームサーバー・クライアントソリューションの設計と評価に責任を負い、技術問題解決する開発チームをリートする


開発チーム管理を担当、他のエンジニアを指導し、チームメンバーに効率的仕事する気を引き起こせ、チームメンバーの技術的スキルを向上させる

クライアント、プロジェクトマネージャー、オペレーター、品質管理、設計者チームと協力して高品質ゲームを作り上げる

◆必須の経験/能力

CSまたは関連技術分野の理学士

8年以上の仕事経験、5年以上ゲーム開発エンジニアとする仕事経験及び3年以上のマネジメント経験がある方

数学に関する強力的な基礎、例えば、計算、線形代数、幾何学、数値法

ゲームエンジンユニーティ・UE4に精通、3D図形に強力な基盤を持ち、例えば、曲線とサーフェス、色空間、BRDF、光輸送など

C++プログラム言語、データ構造とアルゴリズムに堪能、コード品質と最適化性能に集中する

デザインパターン、高性能分散システム、データベースなどに経験がある方

強い分析力を持っている方

優れた管理スキル、チームメンバーに影響させ、引き起こせと動機づけて技術スキルを向上する能力

チームプレーヤーで効果的統合、動かして、クロスファンクションチームメンバーと関係を築き、彼らの潜在力を最大にする結果を達成する

英語の読み書きと会話に流暢

業界技術トレーズと開発の最新時流にフォーローする



◆望ましい経験/能力

中国文化を理解し、異文化に解放的な態度を取る

 

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