Full-Time Position: Software Engineer
SURVIVR provides cutting-edge virtual reality training solutions for police and security forces. We are excited to positively impact public safety and ensure that every officer and civilian goes home at the end of their day. We provide law enforcement a premier scenario-based training platform to improve decision-making, de-escalation, bias detection, and many more necessary skills to do their jobs safely and successfully.
Currently, we are hiring for a Software Engineer with experience in gaming technologies who can help push the boundaries of VR training. If you are interested, just submit the form at the bottom and we’ll get back to you soon if there is a fit. We look forward to hearing from you!
Responsibilities and expectations:
- Work with artists and other developers in a fast paced startup environment.
- Implement and maintain cutting edge features unique to SURVIVR to maintain our competitive edge.
- Work with cutting edge VR equipment before release to the public.
- Work with proprietary hardware interfaces developed by the SURVIVR team.
- Write scalable and modular code that can be utilized by current and future developers.
- Build prototypes for exciting new cutting edge platforms.
- Assist with quality assurance and maintenance for the SURVIVR platform.
- Maintain a high standard of code and design documentation.
- Minimum of 3 years experience working with Unity and C#.
- Experience with networking within Unity, specifically UNET or similar.
- Knowledge and understanding of 3D development within Unity.
- Strong grasp of physics, vector mathematics, and other key concepts.
- Knowledge of object oriented programming, data structures, algorithms, and similar concepts.
- Strong understanding of Q/A practices.
- Ability to work in teams and implement design documentation made by engineering managers.
- Experience integrating 3D art and working with artists.
- Knowledge of optimization practices.
- Experience developing VR applications.
- Experience working with REST APIs.
- B.S. in Computer Science, or similar.
Dallas, TX or remote.