Games Programmer

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January 25, 2022
United Kingdom

BetaJester Ltd is an interactive digital experiences outfit based in Yorkshire, UK. We focus on developing bespoke VR, AR, and gaming solutions to our client’s problems. We are a versatile team and our work over the last few years has included building virtual employee training environments, 360° marketing tools, and building prototypes to test brand new game ideas. We work with highly motivated companies and individuals interested in exploring how these immersive and innovative technologies can improve their business, both internally and externally.


We need a programmer to help develop the mechanics and features of our games and client work. This role would involve working in Unity with C# on all aspects of the game, including, but not limited to, AI, UI/UX, game modes, and menus. This role would also involve working with the team to develop new ideas and system to be implemented in our games and client work and working on existing code bases to improve performance.


Candidates for this role should be motivated, enthusiastic, and good problem solvers. We would expect candidates to have experience of programming in a C based language and would prefer they had C# and/or Unity experience.

  • High-quality, C# development skills
  • Ability to work independently
  • Open to feedback
  • Good communication

How to Apply

Kickstart is a Government scheme aimed to help support young people back into work after the economic effects of the pandemic. The Job Placements are only available for Universal Credit claimants aged 16 to 24 and out of education who are referred to employers by their respective Work Coaches.

In order to apply you should:

  1. Complete this form
  2. Get in touch with your work coach (reference postal code HU1 1NQ to receive a referral
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