Hardsuit Labs, located in Seattle and founded in 2015 with the same goal as every other game development studio that has ever existed – create great games. What sets us apart is the way we make that happen:
It’s all about our people.
It takes talented, passionately driven people to make great games. Here at the Lab, we work hard to create and to maintain an environment that not only attracts those people and keeps them here, but that allows them to thrive and to do what they do best – create great games. It’s not always as easy as it sounds, but it really is that simple.
We might as well admit it: we’re obsessive about our people and our culture here at the Lab. We believe in hiring a mix of seasoned industry veterans and talented young upstarts, but talent and shipped titles aren’t enough; we’re looking for people who bring a variety of experiences and perspectives – people who we can spend time with, and people who can navigate the unpredictable waters of modern game development as a tight-knit group.
We believe in low turnover, and take steps to guard against the “staff-up and lay-off” cycle that is so common in this industry. When we hire, we intend to hire for the long term, and we’re unapologetically picky about it.
About the Job
We are looking for a well-rounded and self-motivated Programmer to join our growing team. This is a great opportunity for someone who already has several years of experience under the belt and is ready to come in and make a direct impact on our projects.
Cross-functional engineer. Your insight and UE4 experience will allow you hit the ground running and start contributing big time, on day one. Working with other Hardsuit engineers, content creators, and designers/artists, your knowledge of console programming will fuse with your intense pursuit of new technologies to create and implement builds, features and components. Teamwork is key here and you must love working in a team fostered environment.
- At least 6 years professional C/C++ programming
- At least 2 years of professional Unreal Engine 4 experience
- A self‐motivated and problem solver with excellent debugging skills
- Proactive and effective communicator that works well with team members
- A deep passion and enthusiasm for making great games
- B.S. degree in Computer Science or equivalent
- Shipped one or more retail titles
- Experience with console programming
We take our commitment to our people seriously, and we make sure that our benefits directly reflect that commitment; we’re always looking to improve the quality of life for our people in any way we can.
- Medical / Dental / Vision Insurance
- Healthcare FSA
- Dependent Care (Daycare) FSA
- Life and STD/LTD Insurance
- Voluntary Life Insurance (up to $300,000)
- 401K Program
- Unlimited Vacation Time
- 9 Sick Days / 9 Holidays