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Senior integration engineer – Geomerics

UK – Cambridge

This role is a unique opportunity to play a vital part in the newly acquired Geomerics Enlighten games middleware team. You will be working on cutting-edge technology that plays a fundamental part in the lighting of the latest triple-A games for consoles, PC and mobile.


The Senior Integration Engineer would report to the Engineering Development Lead and work primarily on the in-house integration of Enlighten into third party engines. This would include feature analysis, task breakdown and estimation, design and implementation. The job requires exceptional design and programming skills, a developer at ease with low level programming and debugging, and a fluency in C++.

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