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We are looking for Academic Content Developers who will work as Contractors for AIE Institute to develop lecture slides, assessments and tutorials for a Bachelor of Game
Development degree. Both industry and academic experience in Game Art, Game Design and Game Programming is required. If you have a postgraduate degree and academic teaching experience in the relevant domain, please contact Academic Director Dr Manolya Kavakli at manolya.kavakli@aieinstitute.edu.au.

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We are looking for a passionate, customer-focused team member to join our game studio as a Community Manager.

Your role will entail a range of activities to ensure users have the best day to day experience with our products. You will also take on some marketing responsibilities.

To be successful in this role you must be:
- Very passionate about gaming, both pc/console and mobile.
- Work well in teams.
- Super friendly and customer-focused.

Overview of Tasks:
- Be active in our Games (PixelStarships, and others)
- Actively communicate with users via Social Media, and post regular updates
- Setup support systems and configure wiki
- Respond to tickets on ZenDesk
- Work with other international community leads
- Write up PR and work with influencers/magazines
- May also be required to carry out some QA tasks

Extra points for:
- Proficiency in any art programs
- Proficiency in any second languages
- Proficiency in any programming languages
- Proficiency in SQL

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Academy of Information Technology is seeking an enthusiastic sessional games programming teacher, preferably with industry connections, to deliver degree-level subjects in our Melbourne CBD campus. You will bring your passion for higher education to help develop a young program in Game Programming.

The Job

  • Prepare lessons
  • Teach
  • Mark and provide feedback
  • Mentor and support students

Requirements

  • Good knowledge of general computer programming
  • Core skills in C# games programming
  • A proven track record teaching computing and games at tertiary level
  • Masters degree, (or equivalent industry experience) in a relevant field
  • A tertiary teaching ualification is desirable
  • Experience in C++ highly regarded
  • The role will commence in early January 2020. Applications close 06 January 2020.

To apply for this position, please use the application process provided in this advertisement, including a current CV and cover letter.

For further information contact Dr Colin Perry, colin.perry@ait.edu.au

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HEAD OF DEPARTMENT 3D ANIMATION AND GAME DESIGN
BRISBANE CAMPUS

• On-going fulltime position
• Leadership role
• CBD location
Established in 1982, the JMC Academy is one of Australia's leading Creative Industry providers,
We are currently undergoing an exciting period of development at JMC, and are looking to fill the role of Head of Department for Animation & Game Design at our Brisbane campus to assist in this process.
As Head of Department you are responsible for academic leadership and quality delivery of the Bachelor of Creative Arts (3D Animation) & Bachelor of Creative Arts (Game Design). Most importantly, you will have the opportunity to interact with an interdisciplinary team of creative professionals and mentor the next generation.
Duties include:
• Seeking and obtaining opportunities for students to develop their industry networks, including internships and/or volunteering
• Providing academic leadership to academic staff in the 3D Animation & Game Department
• Collaborating with your Head of Department peers on the Melbourne and Sydney campuses to review curriculum, moderate assessments, and introduce teaching and learning and/or technological innovations into the programs
• Maintaining a high level of academic integrity amongst your staff and students
• Effectively and efficiently managing the delivery of the 3D Animation and Game Design course
• Representing JMC Academy positively in all your dealings
Reporting
You report to your Campus Manager on day-to-day operational matters, and to the Director of Education (based in Sydney) on academic matters.
Key selection criteria
Qualifications:
• Master’s Degree or higher in the same or closely related field of study.
Skills and experience:
• Minimum of 5 years’ experience in animation and/or game design and development
• High level knowledge of and experience in a specific field (for example: 3D content creation, character animation, technical art, production art, game design and development)
• High level of proficiency and experience in Autodesk Maya, Unity and Adobe suite strongly favoured
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Working as an academic in a tertiary environment (lecturer, curriculum development)
• Ability to work in a close knit team environment
• Well organised with excellent time management skills, and able to work with minimal supervision
Attributes:
• You will be productive, constructive, creative and a critical thinker, embracing of ambiguity and change, always seeking the best experiences for your students and your staff.
Applications addressing the selection criteria are to be emailed to cmiller@jmc.edu.au, and include a brief cover letter, your CV and a two page (maximum) response addressing the key selection criteria by COB Monday, 8TH April 2019
You will be required to undergo a working with children check should your application proceed.
JMC Academy is an equal opportunity employer.

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Game Programming Teacher – AIE Sydney

The Academy of Interactive Entertainment (AIE), the leading educator in game development, 3D animation and VFX, is looking for an experienced game programmer to deliver Advanced Diploma of Professional Game Development (Game Programming) and/or associated certificate courses at our Sydney campus.

The Advanced Diploma is a strongly practical and intensive course that focuses on the core skills required by game programmers. The successful applicant will develop, update and deliver the course content, administer course requirements, and provide assessment and direction over the school year. Teaching experience is valued but not critical. Strong communication skills, a team orientated attitude and commercial games programming development experience are essential.

The successful applicant will be working within a supportive and highly skilled team, across all campuses.

Duties and Responsibilities:
• Delivering the course content for the Advanced Diploma and/or associated courses using a combination of lecture style sessions and practical tutorials
• Advising and assisting students on both programming and technical issues in team environments
• Monitoring student progress including attendance, course competencies, informal and formal assessment
• Evaluating student course work in both practical and theory exercises

Essential:
• Detailed, practical, up-to-date knowledge of C++ and C# for game programming and the application of middleware.
• Ability to keep knowledge current with industry standards and further
• own learning as required
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Current Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE 40110 or
• higher)
• Ability to work effectively within a team

Desirable:
• Knowledge of Unity3D or Unreal Engine 4
• Prior teaching experience an advantage
• Formal qualification in a relevant area

Please note:
• This is a full-time position with a 5-month probation period.
• Salary is negotiable depending on experience.
• Applicants need to be able to apply for, or currently hold, a current Police Check and Working with Children Check.

To apply for this position, please provide a cover letter addressing the Skills and Knowledge requirements as well as a Resume and send to neilb@aie.edu.au or hr@aie.edu.au.

To find out more, get in touch with Neil Boyd, Head of School via email neilb@aie.edu.au or phone (02) 8514 8800

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Game Programming Teacher – AIE Melbourne

The Academy of Interactive Entertainment (AIE), the leading educator in game development, 3D animation and VFX, is looking for an experienced game programmer to deliver Advanced Diploma of Professional Game Development (Game Programming) at our Melbourne campus.

The Advanced Diploma is a strongly practical and intensive course that focuses on the core skills required by game programmers. The successful applicant will develop, update and deliver the course content, administer course requirements, and provide assessment and direction over the school year. Teaching experience is great, but not necessary. Strong communication skills, a team orientated attitude and commercial games programming development experience are essential.

The successful applicant will be working within a supportive and highly skilled team, across all campuses.

Duties and Responsibilities:
• Delivering the course content for the Advanced Diploma using a combination of lecture style sessions and practical tutorials
• Planning, creation and development of new course materials
• Reviewing, as part of a team, current curriculum and updating as required
• Advising and assisting students on both programming and technical issues
• Monitoring student progress including attendance, course competencies, informal and formal assessment
• Evaluating student course work in both practical and theory exercises

Essential:
• Detailed, practical, up-to-date knowledge of C++ and C# for game programming and the application of middleware.
• Ability to keep knowledge current with industry standards and further own learning as required
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Current Certificate IV in Training and Assessment
• Ability to work effectively within a team

Desirable:
• Prior teaching experience an advantage
• Formal qualification in a relevant area

Please note:
• This is a part-time (4 days per week) position with a 5-month probation period.
• Salary is negotiable depending on experience.
• Applicants need to be able to apply for, or currently hold, a current Police Check and Working with Children Check.

To apply for this position, please provide a cover letter addressing the Skills and Knowledge requirements as well as a Resume and send to lauriec@aie.edu.au or hr@aie.edu.au.

To find out more get in touch with Laurie Costabile, Head of School –Melbourne Campus on (03) 8612 1902.

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Teacher (Sessional) - Game Programmer

Casual/Sessional opportunities
Professional industry focused environment
Moorabbin Campus – onsite parking, close proximity to public transport
Holmesglen is a recognised leader in the provision of Vocational and Higher Education in Victoria delivering nationally and internationally.

The Faculty of Business, Design and Information Technology is seeking qualified and experienced industry professionals to prepare, deliver and assess 3D courses. We are looking for passionate teachers with a deep understanding of game design and development, strong C# knowledge and familiarity with the game development process.

Core Skills:

Strong demonstrated knowledge of Unity and C# programming
Strong knowledge Autodesk Maya
Basic understanding of 3d Art workflows using Substance Painter, 3d Coat and Maya
Basic knowledge in UE4/C++/Blueprints
Adobe Photoshop CC
PBR workflow
Visual Communication Skills
Usability & Accessibility
Exceptional communication, organisation and interpersonal skills
Video tutorials / screen capture
To be successful, you will have the following:

Relevant post-secondary qualification.
Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40116); or Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40110) including the units TAELLN411 & TAEASS502 or equivalent units.
Relevant and current industry knowledge and experience.
Demonstrated relevant teaching experience.
Provide examples of assets designed and developed using the technologies listed above.
All applicants must attach a cover letter and resume/CV. Please note incomplete applications may not be considered.

Applications close 9:00 am Monday 28 January 2019.

Like to know more? Please contact Jamie Weston, Senior Educator on 03 9209 5210 or Marilou Fisher, Senior Educator on 9209 5716.

For applications, please apply via the SEEK or the Holmesglen website or send your details to marilou.fisher@holmesglen.edu.au.

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Facilities Assistant – ANIMATION & GAMES Specialist

JMC Academy is Australia's leading higher education provider dedicated to the education, development and training of students who are passionate about pursuing a career in the creative industries.
JMC Academy, Sydney Campus based in Ultimo, seeks to appoint a full time Facilities Assistant.
The successful candidate will be required to assist the Facilities Supervisor in the day to day operations of the on campus and also Head of Department for Animation and Games in the animation lab and other related services.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
 Undertake general facilities support
 Undertake opening procedures for campus
 General admin duties (phone and email correspondence) along with providing assistance for trade personnel on campus.
 Maintain teaching spaces and equipment
 General tidiness, AV systems, cable management, PC/Mac setup and 1st level IT support
 Maintain and troubleshoot boardroom systems - Training provided
 Provide general office IT troubleshooting and support
 Maintain network and computer lab systems
 Contribute to JMC events (both internal and external) when required
 Provide specialised Animation & Games software support
o Autodesk
o Adobe
o Unity
o Other software as required
 Bookings, maintenance, setup, and administration of animation & game department equipment and supplies including:
• Laptops
• Digitising tablets
• DSLRs
• Optitrack Mo-cap system
• Vive and Oculus Go VR headsets
• Miscellaneous art and animation supplies
• Deliver occasional workshops and tutorials

ATTRIBUTES
- You will have a working familiarity with commonly used animation and game creation software and hardware.
- You will be familiar with general office IT and network support
- You will be a self-motivated person able to be proactive in maintaining facilities and responding to issues without always being under direct supervision.
- You will be someone who is able to project a professional and supportive demeanour, while still being at home in a relaxed creative environment.
- You will be someone who is able to relate well to individuals at all levels of the organisation from students through to senior management.
- You will have a flexible attitude and be able to take on new and unexpected tasks with enthusiasm.
- You will be comfortable working both in collaboration with a team and solo.

If you feel you meet the criteria set out above then please forward a current CV listing your experience and education history along with a covering letter addressing the key selection criteria. Please forward your application to Arunita Mazumder, Campus Manager at amazumder@jmc.edu.au.
The successful applicant will be required to obtain a Working with Children Check. Only applicants required for an interview will be contacted.

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Casual Teacher for Certificate IV in Digital Interactive Games course.
To start Wednesday 10 October .
Units: ICTGAM401 Produce an interactive game and ICTICT418 Contribute to copyright, ethics and privacy in an ICT environment media.
Require certificate IV TAE and Qualification in Interactive Games at AQF level 4.
To teach at Chisholm TAFE, Dandenong campus. Victoria
For more information Contact: ArtAndDesign@chisholm.edu.au

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Game Programming Teacher - AIE Melbourne

The Academy of Interactive Entertainment (AIE), the leading educator in game development, 3D animation and VFX with campuses in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Online and Adelaide.
AIE is looking for an experienced game programmer to deliver Advanced Diploma of Professional Game Development (Game Programming) at our Melbourne campus.

The Advanced Diploma is a strongly practical and intensive course that focuses on the core skills required by game programmers. The successful applicant will develop, update and deliver the course content, administer course requirements, and provide assessment and direction over the school year. Teaching experience is great, but not necessary. Strong communication skills, a team orientated attitude and commercial games programming development experience are essential.

The successful applicant will be working within a supportive and highly skilled team, across all campuses.
This position is full time, with a 5- month probation period

Duties and Responsibilities:
• Delivering the course content for the Advanced Diploma using a combination of lecture style sessions and practical tutorials
• Planning, creation and development of new course materials
• Reviewing, as part of a team, current curriculum and updating as required
• Advising and assisting students on both programming and technical issues
• Monitoring student progress including attendance, course competencies, informal and formal assessment
• Evaluating student course work in both practical and theory exercises

Essential:
• Detailed, practical, up-to-date knowledge of C++ and C# for game programming and the application of middleware.
• Ability to keep knowledge current with industry standards and further own learning as required
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Current Certificate IV in Training and Assessment
• Ability to work effectively within a team

Desirable:
• Prior teaching experience an advantage
• Formal qualification in a relevant area

Salary negotiable based on skills and experience.
All applicants are required to provide a resume and covering letter then send to hr@aie.edu.au

To find out more, get in touch with Laurie Costabile, Head of School – Melbourne Campus on (03) 8612 1900.

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