JOB - Educational Game Content Developer/Workshop Leader, TUMO, Yerevan

Tumo Center for Creative Technologies


Deadline:

December 04, 2015


Opportunity Cover Image - JOB - Educational Game Content Developer/Workshop Leader, TUMO, Yerevan

JOB DESCRIPTION:

The Tumo Center for Creative Technologies is looking for an experienced and energetic specialist who will lead workshops and will be responsible for creating activities in the area of game development.

MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Lead game development workshops
  • Assist the content development team in the process of developing, testing and fine tuning all the game development activity content, research and suggest new approaches in activity creation focusing on game design
  • Brainstorm and mock up activity ideas that would develop students’ game development skills, present them to the content development group and offer solutions of their integration to the existing curriculum
  • Provide second tier support to users, coaches and examiners on content reviews
  • Organize game-related events
  • Supervise/provide helpful feedback on game related workshops/projects
  • Manage and supervise game room
  • Be versatile with technologies and able to perform game design tasks
  • Assist in testing and evaluating the educational content

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Substantial experience in developing video game
  • Intermediate level knowledge of programming
  • Knowledge of C#, JavaScript and C++
  • Knowledge of game development tools (Unreal Engine, Unity, Source Engine)
  • Experience in education or working with kids is a plus
  • Passion for playing and making games.
  • Ability to work both independently and in a team
  • Ability to work productively on a regular basis
  • Strong communication skills and self-motivated personality

LOCATION:

Yerevan, Armenia

APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Please visit job fair in Yerevan (4 December 2015, Armenia Marriott Hotel, Tigran the Great Hall ) for more information about this job 



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November 25, 2015




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