Job Title:  Intermediate/Senior Developer 
Location: Toronto, Ontario
Type: Full-time

Job Description

Seed Interactive is a creative digital studio producing mobile apps, VR/AR interactive experiences, educational software, and an occasional Nintendo Switch game. Which is to say we do interesting and fun stuff. If you’re creative, motivated, and are exceptionally well versed in C# and Unity, Seed might be just the right fit. We offer an exceptional workplace in downtown Toronto, honest and hardworking coworkers, corporate outings, beer Fridays, and competitive salaries.

Job Summary

Seed is looking for an intermediate or senior developer, responsible for a wide range of tasks including leading development projects, supporting and managing team resources, and generally offering technical insight and vision to the leadership team.


  • Deep understanding of Unity and C# and related good coding practices
  • 4+ years of experience in the industry
  • Ability to lead a team within a collaborative environment and deliver a great product on time
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Able to process complicated tasks and break them down into discrete, solvable components
  • A love for making beautiful things with code and a sense of pride and ownership over one’s work
  • A high degree of self-motivation and initiative-taking

Nice to haves

  • Strong interest in games, VR and/or AR
  • Knowledge of C++, web development, and any other languages are a definite plus

Job type

  • Full-time salary
  • Remote candidates must be able to legally work in Canada and willing to relocate to Toronto on their own expense. We cannot help you obtain a work permit so please don’t apply if you don’t already have one.


  • Bachelor or diploma in computer science or game related field is nice, but if you’re a self-taught savant that’s fine too

Application details

  • Please send us a one-page resume and few sentences why you believe you’re the best person for the job (so we could judge your motivation and communication skills – don’t skimp on this one)
  • If we invite you to an interview, our process is straightforward: we show you stuff we are working on, you show us stuff you have worked on, and we determine if there’s a fit. No HR voodoo, no whiteboards, no take-home-assignment shenanigans here. We do however ask you to walk us through examples of your code, so if all your work is under NDAs and you’ve never done anything outside 9-to-5 please be aware we’ll ask you to bring us something to convince us you’re the One. Also, don’t lose sleep if the project no longer represents your current skill level – it’s just a starting point for discussion, meaning you should be good as long as it gives us enough material to talk about (example question: “What you would do differently if you were writing this code from scratch today?”).