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UNITY3D SOFTWARE ENGINEER FOR AUGMENTED AND VIRTUAL REALITY PRODUCTS
Work for RE'FLEKT - the leading experts in Augmented and Virtual Reality solutions and software in Europe. You can help us lead the way with this new disruptive technology. Join our international team!
RE'FLEKT seeks an enthusiastic Unity3D software developer who is highly passionate about digital technology. In this role, you will support the development of innovative products in an agile environment. You will be part of an energetic and motivated team.What your tasks are:
Develop software products and projects in agile teams
Participate in the planning, implementation and testing of the different modules
Extend and maintain existing augmented and virtual reality software
Engage in design of software architectureWe are looking for:
3-5 years of experience in mobile software development
Bachelor's or Master's degree in computer science, computer vision or related IT fields
Very good knowledge in agile methodologies and tools (e.g. JIRA)
Excellent skills in object-oriented programming (preferably C#)
Experience with game engines (preferably Unity3D) and/or computer graphics are a big plus
Very good skills in English
Team player that can adapt easily to others and also work well under minimum supervisionWhy join us?
Work at a fast growing startup in the exciting area of Augmented and Virtual Reality technology
Extraordinary projects with well-known international customers and brands
Experiment with the latest Augmented and Virtual Reality devices
Agile and quick decision-making culture
International and dynamic team of engineers, designers and tech geeks
Please mention your earliest starting date and your salary expectations in your application.
Apply for this job by sending your documents to: . RE'FLEKT GmbH
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