Senior Software Engineer, Integration Tooling
04 Nov 2020
At Unity, we’re looking for people to join us to improve not just what we develop, but how we develop. We’re scaling our efforts to increase developer efficiency, ensuring that every second of development time is spent on the things that matter.
Our mission includes partnering with our internal development efforts to enable increased velocity and enhanced productivity as we grow globally.
As a Senior Software Engineer in Integration Tooling, you’ll be interacting with development teams across Unity, improving our internal infrastructure and tooling to allow testing and shipping releases.
This role is based in Copenhagen as part of our Developer Success effort, focusing on bringing the next-generation game development platform (Data-Oriented Tech Stack) to the masses.
- Assisting in technical design as well as hands-on implementation, using your broad knowledge to guide and influence tough technical agreements
- Address complex architectural problems with simple, intuitive designs
- Collaboration and alignment with cross-disciplinary teams
- Developing and implementing continuous integration and deployment strategies
- Supporting development peers with deeper technical investigations on issues
- Interfacing between our development teams and our internal infrastructure/tooling development teams
- Experience in a large scale software development company
- An excitement for glueing disconnected systems, tools, and services together to enable developers to better understand the impact of their changes
- Experience in large-scale Continuous Integration systems
- Experience working with distributed version control systems like Git or Mercurial
- Experience working with remote and international teams
- Strengths in C++, C#, Go, and/or Python
- Experience in Continuous Integration involving multiple fast-moving codebases
- Experience in multi-platform development (Windows, Mac, Linux)
- Prior experience with the Unity engine
- Experience developing and deploying containerized microservices