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EA inspires the world to play, and the Worldwide Localization Team makes that happen! We are accountable for delivering the high-quality localized versions of our titles to over 30 countries around the world. You will find a vibrant, multicultural environment with a great mixture of professionals where each employee has an important role to play. You will work on a wide variety of groundbreaking tools and systems to provide Localization to our products. EA has built a cutting-edge Localization powerhouse that covers the needs for both current and next generation platforms.

The Challenge Ahead:

The .NET SW Engineer develops the toolset that support the localization process to provide video games in up to 20 languages. You will be a knowledgeable .NET developer (C#) that can translate user and technical requirements into Web applications that communicate with our systems to support our business.

What a .NET Sw Engineer does at EA:

As a .NET SW Engineer, your primary focus will be to work within an Agile development team, with the Product Owner and the Software Engineers to provide and maintain the EA Localization applications portfolio. You will translate user stories into designs and development tasks, and you will implement them in applications. Also, to design own code and review peers' code to contribute to the development of peers' projects.

Reporting to the Technical Director, you will also spend time understanding our technology, not only from a localization point of view but also from game studios or other EA departments. You will make the best use of it to provide the toolset and infrastructure used to localize the game, extending and improving its functionality with reusability in mind. To bring software and present its functionality to users and partners, to create user and technical documentation, and to train and support the users will be also among the responsibilities.

The .NET Software Engineer will contribute to expanding the reach of games to a wider audience and will enhance both studio and localization processes to improve efficiency. This will facilitate the production of larger games with more frequent updates

The next great .NET Sw Engineer also needs:

  • University Degree (BSc) in Software Engineering or equivalent academic background.

  • From 3 years professional experience in software development in production teams close to the customer.

  • Development experience using .NET framework (C#), ASP.NET Core, Entity Framework Core, Redis

  • Desirable experience with Azure

  • Familiarity with various design and architectural patterns.

  • Knowledge of software engineering best practices and tools, such as Continuous Integration, Version Control (Git).

  • Experience working with Agile methologies, (Scrum/Kanban).

  • Strong debugging skills and fluency in reading code.

  • Experience with Web APIs, REST.

  • Relational DB design and optimization. StrongSQL knowledge.

  • Experience working within multicultural and distributed/remote teams will be a great plus.

  • Fluency in English (written and spoken).

About Electronic Arts

Everything we do is designed to inspire the world to play. Through our cutting-edge games, innovative services, and powerful technologies, we bring worlds with infinite possibilities to millions of players and fans around the globe.

We’re looking for collaborative and inclusive people with diverse perspectives who will enrich our culture and challenge us. We take a holistic approach with our benefits program, focusing on physical, emotional, financial, career, and community wellness to support our people through every chapter of life. We provide comprehensive benefit packages and support for a balanced life with paid time off and new parent leave, plus free games and so much more. Our goal is to provide a safe and respectful workplace that empowers you to thrive in both work and life.

Electronic Arts is an equal opportunity employer. All employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, genetic information, religion, disability, medical condition, pregnancy, marital status, family status, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We will also consider employment qualified applicants with criminal records in accordance with applicable law. EA also makes workplace accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities as required by applicable law.