If you are a driven and experienced developer who would like to work in a successful computer game company, read on and learn how you can be part of our fun and talented DevOps team. We bring value to our community by creating services and support for game features benefiting both players and game developers.
We are now looking for a developer to work with all online technologies that are used in Paradox games and surrounding platforms. You will be working with a diverse set of technologies such as Node, Scala and Go. In this role you will make day to day key decisions and together with the rest of the team in order to develop our service offering to both players and game studios.
You will be a key member in designing, building and directing the joint effort in bringing features and value to the gaming community. This also means that you will be working closely with different game developer studios and publishing staff in order to better understand how to build and integrate our services.
Desired skills & technologies
Let us know which ones of these boxes you believe that you tick and which ones you are not yet proficient in.
We believe you are a driven and explorative individual, you don't have problems with making decisions and handling the responsibilities that comes with it. You are used to solving problems and working independently as well as in a group. Your role in a team is usually the one where you identify viable solutions, direct the work effort and drive the project forward to completion.
Scope: Full time and permanent
Reports to: Senior Backend Developer
Location: This position is based in Stockholm
If you think that this description matches your background, we highly encourage you to apply as soon as possible as we will interview candidates continuously for this position. In your application, please show us why your previous experiences and skills would work for this role and why you are interested in working at Paradox. If you don't match all the requirements, please demonstrate how your passion, attitude and interest in Paradox might compensate for this.
Since we strive for a more even gender distribution we highly encourage women to apply to this role.