Web Developer

Are you passionate about well-deployed software and delivering reliable solutions?

Beamdog, the company behind the Baldur's Gate, Icewind Dale, Planescape: Torment, and Neverwinter Nights Enhanced Editions, is looking for a back-end web developer to help us manage the infrastructure for upcoming games. Your experience with AWS, Docker, and Linux will be a vital part in building new game experiences and maintaining our existing web presence.

As a back-end developer, you'll get to help build and maintain our upcoming and existing web projects, while working alongside a team of developers and artists as we engineer an all-new way to enjoy classic games.

Responsibilities

  • Developing and maintaining backend servers for web applications
  • Deploying applications to AWS
  • Troubleshooting and optimizing web applications
  • Web development on any new Beamdog projects

Qualifications

  • Proven experience deploying web applications.
  • Experience working with Linux Systems Administration
  • Experience developing and maintaining Cloud Infrastructure
  • Experience working in agile development, preferably on a variety of team types.
  • Experience working in a collaborative environment.

 

Preferred

  • Experience with Node.js, Javascript and Typescript.
  • Experience working with Docker
  • Experience with Ruby/Ruby on rails
  • Experience with MySQL, Postgresql
  • Experience in the game development industry.
  • Experience maintaining a live site.

About Beamdog

Beamdog is a fantastic place to work with a friendly atmosphere. Located in Edmonton, Alberta, we're a hardworking team of passionate game developers who love the games we work on. We offer the following perks:

  • Healthcare Benefits
  • 80/20 Development Program
  • Gym Membership
  • Lunch & Learns
  • A Great Community: Be sure to bring your D&D character!

How To Apply

Send your resume and cover letter to hr@beamdog.com

If you work at Beamdog, you can have the cubicle next to me! It's full of candy wrappers, though. I'm so sorry.