The Simulation Developer creates simulations in the Unity game engine and performs self-guided work,
demonstrates in-depth technical knowledge, and mentors other team members. They work with a
cross-disciplinary team of game designers, instructional designers, software developers, content
developers, artists, and nursing experts to create educational simulations that train nursing students.
Job Tasks :
DEVELOPS new features, products and IMPROVES existing features
- Programs in Unity to implement and improve features, fix bugs, and architect new systems
- Builds tools to increase development velocity
- Documents design, functionality, and code
- Prepares and deploys builds to cloudfront and s3
COLLABORATES with a cross-functional team
- Participates in design studios
- Identifies MVP solutions for new projects
- Participates in Scrum processes - (e.g. plan/review/retro, daily stand-ups, maintaining board,
- identifying risks and blockers
- Supports testing of software (e.g. putting builds on dev or staging for internal and alpha testing)
ITERATES based on internal testing and user feedback
- Observes and documents user testing (e.g. student using our system)
- Contributes in code reviews and architecture planning meetings
- Troubleshoots issues, investigates problem reports, and develops approaches to identifying bugs
- Develops tests to promote quality
MENTORS new team members
Education and Experience :
- Effectively guides new team members to develop their skills in software development
- best-practices derived from literature, personal experience, or company historical decision
- B.S. or B.A. degree in computing or design (e.g. Computer Science, Computer Engineering,
- Interactive Media Design) OR 5-6 years of related work experience and an A.S. degree in related
- computing or design discipline
- 3-5 years experience developing in Unity 3D or similar game engine
The job you are applying for is subject to a COVID-19 vaccination requirement.
- Computer graphics specialization: knowledge of 3D transforms, graphics pipeline, and shaders
- Completed projects using Object-Oriented Development (e.g. in C++, C#, or Java)
- Completed projects using an Agile Methodology and SCRUM Framework.
- Completed projects using version control (e.g. SVN, Git)
- Completed projects using test-driven development, unit testing, and integration tests in a framework (e.g . NUnit)
The successful candidate will be required to submit proof of vaccination showing their last dose of a COVID-19 2-dose vaccine or one dose of a single dose vaccine. If you are unable to be vaccinated due to a medical condition or a sincerely held religious belief, practice, or observance you should speak to a recruiter about requesting an exemption/accommodation.
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