Joining the gang

Not Suspicious is a company formed in order to create wholly new and high quality experiences with virtual reality. To achieve this, we’re building a team of developers who will each individually inspire the direction of the whole. If you too are excited about what the future holds for VR, come join us in building that future!

Not Suspicious is currently headquartered at the Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy in downtown Orlando, Florida. For all the positions listed below, you’re welcome to join us in the studio or work remotely, depending on your preference. To have you work remotely however, we would need to feel extra confident that you’d be a self-motivated, communicative and reliable team member.

Positions listed under United States require that you have U.S. work permission. We cannot sponsor visas at this time.

If you have something to offer that we didn’t anticipate, please let us know!

United States

We're looking for a talented engineer who can elevate the overall quality of our code in terms of performance and scalability to meet the demands of Standalone VR (e.g. Oculus Go, Oculus Quest). Does that sound like your jam?
    • A computer science background (either a C.S. degree or a history of hacking/engineering projects)
    • Experience with Unity
    • A history of game development
    • Interest in VR
    Nice to haves:
    • Experience developing for VR, and especially Standalone VR
    • Experience developing networked multiplayer games
    • Game design sensibilities preferred


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    • Proficiency in English


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    Please describe why you would like to work with us and why you think you'd be a valuable addition to the team. We especially care about the projects you've worked on in the past and how you contributed to them, not necessarily the job titles you've held. Feel free to briefly mention your personal passions and motivations.
    Please add links to your previous work. This could be a personal website or blog, your Artstation, Github repositories, LinkedIn, etc.