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With the focus of combining Hollywood-caliber visuals with AAA interactive gameplay, Framestore VR launched its Montreal studio in 2017. Coordinating with offices operating in LA, NY, London and Chicago, our mandate is to develop real-time VR projects that push the boundaries of visual quality. Candidates can expect to work with core teams in an environment where they can make a difference while enjoying the perks of an established company. If you are passionate about new challenges and are looking to build cutting-edge immersive VR games and experiences, come work with us.
The VR Lead Programmer needs to have strong technical and leadership skills along with a desire to build, inspire and grow the Montreal team. This role is critical to the success of the division by leading key projects for the studio.
Drive the project technical efforts, including key decision-making to hit project objectives
Manage and coach the project programming team
Develop clean, optimized high and low level code for different platforms
Identify technical issues and solve complex problems with innovative solutions
Research creative solutions to improve efficiency and satisfy technical requirements
Strong C++ skills
Experience with game engines, Unreal preferred
Strong math and physics skills
Team management skills with a proven track record
Good communication, both written and verbal
Nice to Have
Proficient with Python or C#
Knowledge shader programming (cg/hlsl/glsl)
Experience with VR/AR platforms
Familiar with the Digital Content Creation tools used for game assets