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Get a job: Telltale is hiring a Tools Engineer

The folks who made The Wolf Among Us seek an experienced Qt engineer to work on Telltale's suite of graphical user interface tools at its studio in San Rafael, California.

October 1, 2014

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Tools Engineer, Telltale Games

Location: San Rafael, CA Telltale Games is hiring a Tools Engineer to join its Core Engineering Group. Telltale’s Core Engineering group is responsible for developing low-level and mid-level libraries and tools used by Telltale’s multi-platform downloadable game development system -- the “Telltale Tool”. The “Telltale Tool” is used by Telltale’s artists, designers, and Lua programmers to create tons of amazing content for Xbox One, PS4, Xbox 360, PS3, Wii, iOS, PC, Mac, and Android. The Core Engineering group creates true “author once, run anywhere” technology. Responsibilities • Design and implement GUI based tools used by designers and artists to create Telltale content. • Create custom QT widgets such as curve editors, graph editors and debuggers. • Ability to emulate various commercial tools such as Photoshop, After Effects, Maya, Pro Tools, Final Cut, Unity. • Create high quality GUI’s including features such as copy, paste, undo and help. • Work closely with system engineers, artists and designers to create efficient workflows. Essential Skills and Experience • Fluency in C++/STL and 3+ years professional C++ experience is required. • 1+ years experience creating GUI’s applications using C++ Qt. • Self-directing and independent. • Ability to define deliverables and collaborate on production scheduling. • B.S. degree in Computer Science or equivalent experience. Preferred Skills and Experience • 1+ years of professional game development experience (console development preferred). • Experience with game development systems such as Unity or Unreal. • Maya experience (API and as a user). • Experience OpenGL, DirectX, Gfx, Bink or FMOD. Candidates must be authorized to work and accept new employment in the U.S. Telltale Games is an Equal Opportunity Employer and ADA compliant. Interested? Get started here. Are you a recruiter looking for talent? Post jobs here.

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