Unreal (UE) Serious Gaming Software Engineer I- Orlando, FL

We are offering several full-time positions in Orlando, FL for various levels of Unreal (UE) Serious Gaming Software Engineers. These positions would develop interactive 3D virtual simulation software for courseware /serious games in an Agile team environment utilizing video game engines and participate in relevant aspects of application design cooperating with software engineers, subject matter experts, and instructional designers.


Strong logical, analytical, and problem-solving skills. Good interpersonal communication and team-oriented skills. Programming proficiency in C++ with preference for familiarity with C++11 and later specifications. Experience with Unreal Engine 4 is required. Experience in Object Oriented Analysis and Design (OOA/D). Experience with software source control, configuration management processes, software engineering improvement processes is required. Flexibility to adapt to quickly changing circumstances and work priorities. Experience with Agile development is desired. Multiplayer/network applications, 3D rendering, artificial intelligence, or game development experience is highly desired. Must be able to obtain a security clearance.


Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Game Development, Software Architecture, or other Engineering/Technical discipline preferred, minimum 2-5 years of software development experience required

Tenosar Corporation is a Research and Technology Management firm that focuses on providing innovative results to complex problems. We were founded in 2012 on the belief that the only way to provide unsurpassed results is to choose the values of integrity, honor, and accountability to build the best team possible.

Benefits offered:
Health, Dental, Paid Time Off, 10 Federal Holidays paid, Retirement Plan

Tenosar is an Equal Opportunity Employer- EOE - Females/Minorities/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity

Teresa Speck

Hello Teresa,

I sent you an email.

Thank you,
Nicholas Mallonee