Gameplay Network Engineer
Encultured AI is a for-profit video game company with a public benefit mission: to develop technologies promoting the long-term survival and flourishing of humanity and other sentient life.
We aim to this by creating a game for fun, a laboratory for safety, and a sandbox for culture, all on one platform.
You can learn more about the company on our website: https://www.encultured.ai/.Position Description:In this role you would develop and maintain a multiplayer gameplay network, in Rust. You would work closely with a team of fellow game developers to reach development milestones.
Location:You would primarily work remotely, with regular Zoom calls and Discord communication.
At least once per week we work together in person in the San Francisco / Berkeley area for an in-person workday, so if you live nearby it’d be great to have you attend those.
Compensation:Starting salary would be between $120k and $180k per year depending on experience, plus healthcare benefits, and equity incentives vesting over 5 years, with raises also becoming available with good individual performance or team-wide accomplishments that expand our revenue stream.
We also offer a Safe-Harbor 401(k) with the IRS maximum employer matching.
Qualifications:In this role we need candidates with game development experience and an interest in all aspects of the game development process, ideally in Rust, or having extensive experience with a comparable systems programming language (e.g. C++).
We’d like to see candidates who complement their skillset with an area of focus that might include one or more of the following:-gameplay network engineering,-graphics & rendering,-physics.In addition, we have two tiers of qualification for this role: Junior Game Engineer & Senior Game Engineer. To qualify directly for the Senior title upon joining, we require candidates who have either:-a Bachelor’s degree or above in computerscience, physics, mathematics, or a closely related field, or-extensive industry experience that is clearly beyond that of a typical college graduate in CS.