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Software Engineering Co-op - Fall 2019

Students: New Grads & Interns Toronto, Canada

Position at Zynga


Zynga is a leading developer of the world's most popular social games that are played by millions of people around the world each day. We are headquartered in San Francisco and have additional offices in the U.S., Canada, U.K and India. This position is for our Toronto studio. Since our founding in 2007, our mission has been to connect the world through games and delight consumers with social gaming experiences. To-date, more than one billion people have played our games across Web and mobile, including FarmVille, Zynga Poker, Words With Friends, Hit it Rich! Slots and CSR.


We don't just develop some of the world's largest games, we deliver some of the world's largest infrastructures. We blaze trails in all facets of game design, mobile technologies, and massive scalability. Zynga faces a number of challenges unique to our situation: the large data requirements of online gaming require us to continually push boundaries to discover the best solutions. The Zynga team is willing to pick up any of the languages, technologies, or methodologies necessary to smite a challenge. And if a conventional solution doesn't exist, we innovate as necessary.


We're looking for Co-op developers to bring mobile games to the forefront of the industry. Build new games and features seen by millions of players on Android, iOS, and Facebook Messenger. Work on various app components from gameplay to UI to networking. Brainstorm new ideas for games and features with the team. Work with an agile team of other developers, artists and product managers in a startup environment. Participate in studio hackathons to build cool new game ideas and awesome features.


You will be considered for software engineering opportunities in Zynga's Central Technology and Game teams in the Toronto office. Here are some of the areas we're currently considering candidates for:

- Player Optimization
- User Acquisition
- Analytics
- Payments
- Game Development