1) Game Development: Create the underlying systems for our digital game projects.
2) Make recommendations about which systems to implement and the nature of implemented systems.
3) Research development models that would have practical application in our games.
4) Game designer: Serve as a member of our larger design team.
5) Offer personal insight and professional opinion for software infrastructure on digital projects.
6) Offer personal insight and professional opinion for general design of games.
7) Serve as collaborator on existing game design projects.
8) Other related duties as needed.
1) Knowledge in game design and web design.
2) Knowledge of interaction design research techniques or methods.
3) Knowledge of computer science including programming languages, software infrastructures, and architecture patterns.
4) Ability to learn and process information quickly.
5) Willingness to explore and learn other technologies.
6) Analytical skills.
7) Problem-solving skills.
8) Attention to detail.
9) Verbal and written communication skills.
10) Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
11) Ability to maintain up-to-date knowledge of projects in similar fields orÂ relevant intersections.
1) Experience with web development and design.
2) Experience with research and/or education evaluation.
3) Experience and comfort working with a diverse range of stakeholders including Â researchers, academics, media professionals, digital designers, students, families, educators, and external stakeholders.
4) ExperienceÂ with digital storytelling and oral histories.
5) Experience with topics of sexual and reproductive health.
6) Experience with developing and working on augmented reality.
7) Experience with computer science including specific languages.
8) Experience in graphic design and creative writing.
2) Cover Letter
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