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Systems Programmer - Audio

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πŸ‡ΈπŸ‡ͺ Stockholm

Job Description

Are you interested in creating tech that makes sound in games sparkle? Read on!

The Mission

We are looking for a Systems Programmer working with Audio for an ambitious unannounced project here in Stockholm Sweden.

As a Systems programmer working with Audio tech, you will have daily interactions with the Audio craft to create new technical solutions that makes sounds seem like magic filling your ears. You will be part of driving the full process from defining needs, creating prototypes, to implementation and ensuring the systems satisfy design briefs whilst being technically elegant and performant. As we work in cross-functional teams, you may at times be working closely with people from other disciplines and follow agile methodologies to drive your work forward.

Our motive

We know you have fantastical powers and for us it’s important that you get to show your magic. To do this, we are creating strong autonomous teams with independent decision-making, and freedom to try out new things and show why it works. For us it is important that you get to shine by being creative: to make deliberate decisions, poke hole in things when required, to make new mistakes and care for your craft by honouring your commitments.

In this role, you’ll be joining the Audio team and report to our Audio Tech Director. You will work closely with your lead, with the Audio Director and with other audio programmers in your team, as well as our design and world craft and others to fully enhance the features and prototypes that goes into our project.

Your responsibility

  • Design, create and implement core audio systems together with our engine and tools team.
  • Collaborate with our Audio Tech Director and Audio Director to identify new technical solutions and architecture to realise the creative vision.
  • Analyze and correct bugs identified by people from other crafts, development testers or you and your peers.
  • Review and feedback on code from your programming peers.
  • Document your work to share knowledge on how to use the new systems and functionalities.


Your experience

  • You have a master’s degree in computer science or computer engineering, or equivalent training or experience.
  • You have good understanding of C++, including refactoring, optimization, debugging and testing.
  • You have experience working on core systems and it is meriting if you have previously worked in a game engine and tools.
  • You have an interest in auditory perception theory, audio DSP programming, acoustics and/or related areas.
  • You know how data structures work under the hood and what the best choice is for your solution.
  • You are comfortable with following predefined code styles and other best practices of your craft.
  • You are used to working in an international environment and to express yourself fluently in English.
  • You have a genuine interest in game development and a curiosity for the games industry.

Apply to make it yours!

Additional Information

Making good games takes effort, making great games takes a different type of thinking.

Are you a game designer, artist or engineer? Cool. How about a chemist, economist or social scientist? Let’s talk. At Ubisoft Stockholm, we feel different thinking comes from many places and that good ideas, no matter where they come from, are the key to unlocking our potential.

Located in the storied Γ–stermalm neighborhood in Stockholm Sweden, we believe thinking of new ways to solve old problems is a cornerstone of innovation and we are looking for passionate people who follow their dreams to make the world a better place.

We know there is a better way to making great games.