Listing InfoJob DescriptionUbisoft Barcelona, part of Ubisoft’s international network of production studios, has developed for over 15 years a strong expertise in the production of videogames from a large variety of genres and platforms.  The Studio is continuously looking to grow its team with highly professional, passionate and talented [url removed, login to view] are currently seeking a motivated and skilled UI Programmer to be part of the team developing big UBISOFT brands and future projects. If you have a passion for videogames and want to work in a friendly and international environment, come join our team!Job DescriptionAs a member of a multidisciplinary development team, the UI Programmer will collaborate with the UI artist to create the User Interface and come up with technical solutions to ensure visual quality and unity with the entire game. ResponsibilitiesWorks with graphic designers and game designers to create unique user experiences through ergonomic and functional interfacesCreates latency free, reactive interactionsParticipates in prototyping of UI, and carries out rapid iterative playtests on their prototypesIdentifies missing details in feature requests and can break down the tasks into parts that can be implemented and testedRe-uses existing code effectivelyKnows how to optimize an algorithm so as to minimize memory space and/or CPU timeDesired skills and experience Experience in gaming industry, with at least 2 years as UI programmer or similar position, in other multimedia [url removed, login to view] interest in interface design and related technologiesGood knowledge of C++, object-oriented developmentExcellent knowledge of Action Script & FlashAbility to manage their own time and work within deadlinesStrong interpersonal and communication skills, both written and [url removed, login to view] and desire to work in the game development industryAutonomous and proactive attitude.Problem-solving and open [url removed, login to view] to work under [url removed, login to view] and ability to adapt to change Benefits Friendly and international work environmentEligible to Ubisoft’s bonus systemMonthly restaurant ticketsEmployee purchase program for Ubisoft titlesSpecial rate for the  fitness center that is just downstairs from our officesPaid Maternity/Paternity leavePaid Vacations, Holiday, Birthday and Sick timeTeam building activitiesCoffee and fresh fruits available all over the week and our traditional Friday’s breakfastPlus, the Studio is located close by and with easy access to Barcelona downtown, one of the most vibrant, exciting, culturally rich and sunniest cities of EuropeAt Ubisoft Barcelona we value creativity, innovation, teamwork and your passion for videogames!If you are interested in joining us, please send your resume and a motivation letter (optional) to [url removed, login to view]@[url removed, login to view], with your name and the job position in the subject [url removed, login to view] candidates for this position are required to provide samples at the time of application. Web portfolio format is preferred, CD is also an acceptable format. Any resumes submitted without a portfolio or web link will not be [url removed, login to view] all of Ubisoft’s opportunities worldwide by clicking hereAbout UbisoftUbisoft is a leading creator, publisher and distributor of interactive entertainment and services, with a rich portfolio of world-renowned brands, including Assassin’s Creed, Just Dance, Tom Clancy’s video game series, Rayman, Far Cry and Watch Dogs. The teams throughout Ubisoft’s worldwide network of 30 studios and business offices in 6 continents are committed to delivering original and memorable gaming experiences across all popular platforms, including consoles, mobile phones, tablets and PCs. For the 2014-15 fiscal year Ubisoft generated sales of €1,464 million. To learn more, please visit www.ubisoftgroup.com.-

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Nº del proyecto: #12418008