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Offers “Ubisoft”

days ago Ubisoft

Programmer (Tools Team)

  • Internship
  • Québec ( Capitale-Nationale )
  • IT development

Job description



Ubisoft Québec is a leader in the video game industry and is located in the heart of Quebec City’s Saint-Roch neighbourhood. Involved in many of Ubisoft’s flagship franchises, the studio gained a strong expertise, leading to its implication in the development of AAA games. The 500 talented people are united by the desire of pushing boundaries, building high quality worlds and creating memorable gaming experiences.

Being a programmer in the tools team at Ubisoft Quebec means developing the next-generation of tools to connect deeply the community with our game universe. We're looking for software developers who bring fresh ideas from all areas of expertise. As a tools programmer, you will work on projects critical to Ubisoft’s needs with opportunities to switch teams and projects as you and our fast-paced business grow and evolve.

You play a fundamental role in the design and implementation of the technologies used by a project’s content creation teams. You know you have done a good job when they can channel their vision and creativity into a world-renowned game effortlessly.

You work closely with artists and designers, which gives you a deep understanding of the real needs behind their requests. Your problem-solving skills and your ingenuity allow you to find the most appropriate solutions. You frequently make suggestions to improve systems and you maintain clear documentation.

You routinely collaborate with your fellow programmers and tool support specialists to resolve bugs that arise. You both share your innovations with and learn from your peers in the tools community at the studio.

When you’re a tools programmer at Ubi Montréal, you play a fundamental role in the design and implementation of the technologies used by a project’s content creation teams. You know you have done a good job when they can channel their vision and creativity into a world-renowned game effortlessly.

As a dependable member of a dedicated team of tools developers, your role is to equip your users with the solutions they need to transform an idea into a fun and playable game. You enjoy working iteratively and consider user feedback invaluable. Through this collaborative loop, you guarantee that the tools you deliver are efficient and intuitive.

What you’ll do

You work closely with artists and designers, which gives you a deep understanding of the real needs behind their requests. Your problem-solving skills and your ingenuity allow you to find the most appropriate solutions. You frequently make suggestions to improve systems and you maintain clear documentation.

You routinely collaborate with your fellow programmers and tool support specialists to resolve bugs that arise. You both share your innovations with and learn from your peers in the tools community at the studio.

We need our developers to be versatile and enthusiastic to tackle new problems across the full-stack as we continue to push technology forward.

Ubisoft Quebec hire people with a broad set of technical skills who are ready to tackle some of technology's greatest challenges and make an impact on millions of players.

Education:

BS degree or higher in Computer Science, Engineering or related field.

Relevant experience:

Experience in software development.

Qualifications:

· A solid grounding in Computer Science fundamentals, data structures, algorithms and systems architecture
· Professional coding experience in C# and C++
· Problem solving and troubleshooting skills
· Knowledge of professional software engineering best practices for the full software development life cycle.
· Working proficiency and communication skills in verbal and written French or English.