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Senior Graphics Engineer

At Iron Galaxy Studios, our teams support a healthy work-life balance, promote continuous improvement, and champion a diverse people-focused culture. We encourage Engineers from every heritage, lifestyle, or background to apply.

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This position is available in Chicago, IL, or Orlando, FL with relocation options for out-of-state applicants.

Iron Galaxy Studios is seeking experienced Senior Graphics Programmers to join our world-class engineering team. Graphics programmers at Iron Galaxy have contributed in many ways to our diverse portfolio of high-profile projects. This has included leading the development of new rendering features on Microsoft’s Killer Instinct, optimizing ambitious ports to the Nintendo Switch with Diablo 3 and Skyrim, tackling the challenges of virtual reality with Skyrim VR, and collaborating with our team of talented artists to develop great-looking content across all our internal projects.

We need a new teammate who can help us continue to develop cutting-edge graphics features, techniques, and effects on both internal and external projects. Responsibilities vary based on the project, and we will also aim to place you on projects that play to your strengths while also giving you room to grow. Here are some examples of what a Senior Graphics Programmer might be expected to do.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Develop cutting edge rendering features and special effects to support the needs of our internal projects and external clients
  • Support our art and design departments with the best technology available to help them realize their visions
  • Analyze performance and implement optimizations at both a high and low level.
  • Work with our multi-disciplinary development team to help set the direction of rendering technology at Iron Galaxy

REQUIRED SKILLS

  • 3+ years of graphics programming experience at a game studio or equivalent
  • Highly comfortable navigating and modifying very large C++ game engines
  • Stays up to date with developing trends and novel techniques in real-time rendering
  • Understands modern hardware rendering pipelines
  • Has reasonable math skills, as required to reason about modern 3D graphics techniques
  • Is able to adapt to multiple rendering engines and graphics hardware
  • Is a dependable teammate who is able to communicate with all development disciplines

Here’s our wish list for the ideal Senior Graphics Software Engineer at Iron Galaxy. If you possess many or most of these qualities, you may very well be the one we’re looking for!

  • Deep knowledge of at least one low-level shading language and graphics API
  • Proficiency using at least one high-quality graphics debugger (e.g., RenderDoc, PIX)
  • Experience working on modern console hardware
  • Experience with a current commercial-scale game engine
  • Previous leadership experience of a team of graphics engineers

ABOUT US: Iron Galaxy is one of the world’s largest independent video game developers with 60+ shipped titles. Our people combine their talents to create amazing ports, epic remasters, and new experiences from the ground up. We partner with the top companies in the gaming industry to co-develop and support AAA game creation at the highest level.

Safety Notice: Iron Galaxy employees can elect to work from home until March of 2022. This policy extends to hires between now and then. Any equipment that you might need for projects will be shipped to you directly.

Iron Galaxy Studios is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We believe that a diverse workforce and an inclusive work environment are essential to making quality games. Our teams actively support equal access to career opportunities for all people regardless of age, race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, veteran status, national origin, and any other characteristic protected by applicable law.

We prohibit retaliation against individuals who present discrimination complaints to Iron Galaxy management or relevant government agencies. We strongly encourage women, people of color, individuals with disabilities, and veterans to apply.

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