Unreal programmer

iLLOGIKA is seeking a talented programmer experienced with Unreal Engine 4. The person will work on upcoming projects, games and digital experiences.

Located in the heart of the Mile-End, iLLOGIKA is an independent studio of 60 people. It is the ideal environment for those looking for a friendly team, the ability to work on a variety of projects and tools, flexible schedules and the opportunity to take part in the development of a growing studio.


  • Flexible schedule, possibility of reduced hours, strict policy limiting overtime;
  • Holidays for the annual closure in December, holidays banks (paid, sick, mobile, unpaid);
  • Training policy for the entire team;
  • Possibility to work on personal projects;
  • Hack week and game jam during working hours;
  • Group Insurance, Employee Assistance Program, Online Health Platform;
  • Group RRSPs and TFSAs;
  • Coffee, tea, food and beer Fridays;
  • Our culture: Sharing, Mutual aid, Autonomy, Transparency, Improvement.


  • Develop games with Unreal;
  • Produce a technical analysis in collaboration with the project’s architect;
  • Offer technical solutions to answer the client’s needs;
  • Offer ergonomic recommendations and be involved in the creative process;
  • Assess the amount of work to be completed;
  • Participate in code reviews and optimize game code when needed.


  • Three (3) to five (5) years of experience in game programming under Unreal;
  • Great knowledge of C++;
  • Great blueprint skills;
  • Experience with multithreading and networking;
  • Experience with performance analysis and code optimization;
  • Autonomous and proactive when offering solutions;
  • Experience in mobile development (is a plus);
  • Experience in back-end development (is a plus);
  • Fluent English and French.


Sending an email now. Is it local site or can it be remote as well? If local where are you located? Thanks!

There is a “Mile-End” just down the road from me in London, United Kingdom. :smiley: Turns out it’s a different “Mile End”. Illogika Studios are located in Quebec, Montreal - not too far from New York.

I’m guessing they want In-House. :wink: