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Game Programmer Wanted

Posted by jason


Obx Labs and Aboriginal Territories in Cyberspace are looking for a programmer to teach and/or act as a mentor for game engine modules during this year’s iteration of the award-winning Skins Workshop on Aboriginal Storytelling and Video Game Design (video documentary here.)

Skins 4.0 is a three-week intensive game design workshop which will take place from May 27th to June 14th at Concordia University. We are looking for somebody to join us part-time immediately, and full-time starting in May.

The instructor will be teaching 18 – 25 year-old students from Kahnawake. We are looking for someone who is able to teach and/or act as a mentor for the following subjects:

  1. Keeping organised: managing project folders
  2. Level map creation and obstructions
  3. Sprite creation and integration
  4. Events and Actions
  5. Behaviours
  6. Sound integration

We will be using Construct 2 as our game engine. Candidate must either have prior experience using Construct 2, or be able to learn by April 26th.

If interested, please send your CV and a link to your portfolio in a .pdf document to Charlotte Fisher at  <> and Jason Lewis <>.