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Job Opportunity: Snr iOS Developer

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Perth startup Formalytics are working on an augmented reality training app for soccer, and are looking for a Senior iOS Developer to join their squad. Utilising computer vision to track the ball, the app calculates the speed and trajectory in order to help users improve their kicks over time. Here’s what Formalytics are looking for in their latest recruit:

We’re seeking a senior iOS developer to help take us to global release. Specifically, we’re looking for a developer who has experience with Swift, Git, unit testing and has a few apps under their belt. Bonus points awarded for a strong background in maths and/or 3D graphics.

Check out the app trailer below for more details on the app itself. To apply for the Senior iOS Developer position, send your resume and/or a link to your portfolio to tech [at] formalytics.io

Job Opportunities: Designer and Writer

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Following a successful search for a concept artist Binary Space now have two new positions open for a Game Designer and Writer to join their team. The creators of Zombie Outbreak Simulator are lining up a brand new zombie game and if you have the skills you could shape the apocalyptic future they create.

This is the very start of this game, and so together with the team you will have full creative control to make the game you want to make. We want to bring something new to the zombie genre, rather than the same old thing that’s been done to death.

You should be a fan of zombies – so you’ll know what makes zombies great, and also what’s been done so many times before that it’s time to do something else. We’ll discuss our current ideas for the game in more detail during the interview process, so you can get a better feel for whether this is the right project for you.

– via Saxon Druce, Binary Space

If you’re interested you can head on over to the Game Designer listing and Writer listing on the Binary Space website. Once you’ve done that, apply by sending an email the Binary Space team at jobs [a] binaryspacegames.com and include:

  • Links to online examples of your work (could be videos, or playable games);
  • If you have a portfolio of several projects, point out a couple that you are most proud of, or that you think are most relevant to this new zombie game;
  • Your resume (in PDF format, or a link if you have it online);
  • In your email, describe why you’re interested in this position.

 

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Job Opportunity: Concept Artist

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Creators of Zombie Outbreak SimulatorBinary Space, are on the lookout for a concept artist to join their team. Set to create a brand new zombie game, they are in need of an artistic individual to help shape the undead creations of the future.
Could it be you?

“This is the very start of this game, and so you’ll have complete freedom to come up with whatever you want, including experimenting with a handful of variations. Although a successor to Binary Space’s previous games, the new game won’t have the same style or game play, and so you won’t be constrained by those.”

– via Saxon Druce, Binary Space

The studio is based in Perth, Western Australia, but is suitable for remote applicants as well. For all the details on the job opportunity, check out the original announcement post on Binary Space’s website.

 

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Job Opportunity: Game Design & Animation Lecturer

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Curtin University is on the lookout for someone to teach the next generation of game makers and animators. If you have a wealth of knowledge upon which to draw, then this job opportunity is for you.

The role, Lecturer, Animation and Game Design will contribute to the leadership and growth of our new major, and encompass undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and supervision. Your enthusiasm and passion for animation and game design will assist you to conduct activities that stimulate and foster student learning, and ensure innovative curriculum design and development of learning materials.

As a Teaching and Research academic you will engage in research within the connected disciplines of Digital Design (Web, App, User experience, Interface design) and Animation and Game design (entertainment, serious games, gamification as a design process) and collaborate across other research areas in the university such as interactive media and visualisation technologies.

Applications Close 5pm, Friday 19th May 2017.  For all the details, or to apply for the position, visit the job listing on the Curtin University website.

[Wanted] Volunteer Regular Catch-Up Coordinator


Let’s Make Games Inc. is looking for a volunteer event coordinator to organise a regular casual catch-up events for WA game creators, students and enthusiasts. These regular meetings will occur in addition to LMG’s core regular events. The catch-up events will be open meetups for all game creators to meet casually to talk games and show off their recent builds. This style of regular meetings are going to be a vital cornerstone to the LMG programme of encouraging a thriving indie community. So if you’re keen to run great events to help bring the local indie community together, then we want you!

Requirements:
– Good interpersonal and organisation skills
– Active in the WA game creating community
– Solid writing and grammar skills
– Basic graphic design skills a bonus
– Familiarity with WordPress and social media a bonus
– Solid event organisation history a huge bonus!

Responsibilities:
– Organise venue, schedule and guests for free regular casual meetup events
– Create and moderate social media posts for event (facebook event, twitter, PIGMI)
– Coordinate with LMG web writer and videographers for blogposts and photography
– Propose and coordinate potential budgets with committee
– Manage and facilitate smooth operations at the events
– Provide committee with event reports

What you can expect from the us:
– Written feedback from the committee on event ideas, venues, and organising
– Advice from experienced organisers in planning and marketing your events
– Listing on the Let’s Make Games Inc. website as an event co-ordinator (with a link to your homepage)
– A @letsmakegames.org email address (which can forward to your regular email address)
– Support from our photographers and graphic designers for marketing and event photography

This position is a volunteer position. The required volunteer time is estimated at 20 hours per quarter. The RCC will be relatively autonomous from the operations of the LMG committee, although when required will need to be available for meetings or online chats with the committee, particularly pertaining to event budgets, calendar scheduling and event risk management.

Please send all letters of interest to volunteer[at]letsmakegames[dot]org with the subject “Regular Catch-up Coordinator”, and include any relevant prior experience or portfolio links.

Applications are open until Tuesday 4th of September. The successful applicant will be notified in the following week. The successful applicant will be chosen by the committee based on the above requirements, activity in the community and general competencies.

Also attached here the pdf version for this position.

[Wanted] Volunteer Web Writer

Let’s Make Games Inc. is looking for a volunteer web writer to bring good news on our website to the game creating community of Western Australia. We want to make sure the content of our web site is kept fresh and up-to-date while the committee can focus their efforts on managing better events, programs and other organisation-y things. Does this sound like you? Then read on!
Requirements:
– Solid writing and grammar skills
– Familiarity with WordPress and social media
– Active in the WA game creating community
– Basic graphic design skills a bonus

Responsibilities:
– Source news and write weekly blogposts about releases, events and interesting stories in the WA game creating community
– Monitor automated social media output from blogposts (Twitter and Facebook links)
– Moderate blog comments
– Co-ordinate with LMG event organisers regarding official LMG announcement and reminder posts

What you can expect from the us:
– Written feedback from the committee on story ideas and articles (via email)
– Listing on the Let’s Make Games Inc. website as a website writer (with a link to your homepage)
– A @letsmakegames.org email address (which can forward to your regular email address)
– Free entry to all of our events which you write about
– Support from our photographers and graphic designers for appropriate articles

This position is a volunteer position. The required volunteer time is estimated at 2 – 4 hours per week to produce around one post per week. The web writer position will be relatively autonomous from the operations of the LMG committee, although there will be times that the writer will need to co-ordinate posts with various committee members which may require availabilities for meetings or online chats.

Please send all letters of interest to volunteer[at]letsmakegames[dot]org with the subject “Web Writer Position”, and include any relevant prior experience or portfolio links.

Applications are open until Tuesday 21st of August. The successful applicant will be notified in the following week. The successful applicant will be chosen by the committee based on the above requirements, activity in the community and general competencies.

Also attached here is the pdf version for this position.