Senior Tools Programmer

Who we are and what we do

Nano Games is a Cracow based team creating games for PC & consoles along with serious games for professional training. Our products are based on the newest technology solutions as well as innovative physiological and psychological studies.

We’ve developed four games so far and we’re working on some new ones. Besides games, we’ve created a VR simulation of airport marshalling which is installed at Krakow Airport and we’re actively working on an R&D project for firefighter training. For our next game, we want to allow our players to create new content and that’s why a new level editor is about to be developed. If you have user experience in mind and a lot of patience for crafting GUIs, this is a job for you!

Key responsibilities

As a senior tools programmer, you’ll be responsible for designing and implementing a level editor for our new game, along with the creation of minor tools for our day-to-day development.

Key requirements

  • At least 4 years’ experience in video game development
  • Strong C# programming skills
  • Deep knowledge of graphical user interfaces
  • Experience with Immediate Mode GUI
  • User-oriented thinking
  • Attention to detail
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills

Nice to have

  • Familiarity with Unity environment
  • JavaScript programming skills

What do we offer

  • competitive salary
  • flexible working hours
  • access to cutting-edge technologies
  • own development budget – the possibility of constant improvement of skills
  • involvement in training, international conferences, trade fairs
  • friendly work environment
  • private health care plan
  • fresh fruit weekly

How to apply

Please send your application with a motivation letter and resume to with the subject “Senior Tools Programmer – [your name here]”. Also, please be sure to add the following statement to your resume:

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