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C# / Unity Programmer

18 Jul 2019
A great opportunity to be part of a world leading team. Animation Research seeks an experienced C# / Unity Programmer to join our team of experienced professionals.

We are looking for an experienced C# / Unity programmer - preferably with previous experience developing VR applications. Your duties would be primarily focused on the development of a new VR and tablet based software package. The role may also include work in other areas including expansion and on going maintenance of existing Unity based applications.

Experience in the following areas is necessary:

  • Unity 3D / C# development
  • Shader programming
  • Handling of 3D geometry

ELimited knowledge of the following software would be useful but not required:
  • Max or Maya
  • Photoshop

Ideally you will be a competent programmer, communicator and innovator. You will need a strong mathematical ability and real drive to get the work done. You need to work well with other people, and also work well under pressure. A relevant tertiary qualification and experience with other programming languages would also be an advantage.
You should have at least 1-2 years experience to apply for this position.
Salary will be negotiated based on your capability, experience and qualifications. So show us what you've got.
Please send your CV and cover letter to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Please note only applications with the existing, permanent right to work in New Zealand will be considered.

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