FIFA - Online Engineer

Location: Vancouver, British Columbia CA

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Requisition Number: 154776

Position Title: Software Engineer II

External Description:

The Role: Online Engineer

The Online Engineer is involved in the whole creation process from architecture design, implementation, debugging, and tuning on multiple platforms and device, working on complex problems with Designers, Artists and other Engineers in the Online and Game Modes domain.

Responsibilities:

  • Roughly 80 to 90% hands on coding (C++)
  • Able to understand and work with 3rd party software APIs.
  • Work with a proprietary engine to develop stable, scalable, efficient and shareable code.
  • Work with people on a large team both locally and remotely.
  • Work independently with minimal supervision and communicate status.
  • Proper use of common software engineering design patterns and paradigms.

Required Technical Skills / Experience:

  • Bachelor degree in Computer Science or related field, or equivalent training and professional experience.
  • Proficiency with C++ and experience in object-oriented design and implementation.
  • Experience with Client/Server, Peer-to-Peer and multithreaded architectures.
  • Experience with modern Database technologies.
  • Knowledge of networking protocols.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of good software programming practices
  • Excellent detail-oriented, problem solving skills – must be able to quickly identify issues and resolve them

Additional Skills (Preference to candidates with these skills):

  • Experience working on Microsoft, Sony or Nintendo game consoles or other embedded systems.
  • Experience of real-time game networking 
  • Experience with Visual Studio and knowledge of the debugging tools
  • Experience with source control systems
  • Experience with scripting languages (Perl, Python, Lua) and interpreted languages (C#)

Performance Competencies (Non-Technical Skills)

  • Solid verbal and written communication skills: Demonstrated ability to explain technical issues to both technical and non-technical audiences
  • Solid understanding of the Software design/architecture process
  • Solid ability to understand direction and execute on the work
  • Ability to work in a dynamic and collaborative team environment.
  • Constantly innovate how to improve product quality as well as group productivity.
  • Ability to quickly learn and apply new concepts, principles and solutions.
  • Demonstrated dependability and commitment to projects/tasks

 
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Electronic Arts Inc. is a leading global interactive entertainment software company. EA delivers games, content and online services for Internet-connected consoles, personal computers, mobile phones and tablets.

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Date Opened: 2019-03-08 00:56:05.103

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