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Flash game UI devs wanted
Job Opportunity posted on Sep 22
, tagged Contract,Design,Development,flash,flex,full time,Full-time,North America,Open,part time,Part-time
Hi all, and thanks for reading! I work at HitPoint Studios in Hatfield, Massachusetts, and we're looking for some new talent for a couple of projects.
We're actively developing our first original secret title and are searching for a talented UI engineer to join our development team as we prepare to bring our vision to market. We need someone to specialize the development of an ActionScript 3.0-based user interface, preferably working on-site from our offices in Hatfield either part- or full-time. We're offering a contract that may be upgraded to a full-time position after a 60-day trial period.
Below, we've outlined the skills we're looking for:
Education: Minimum, Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science/Computer Engineering.
User interface development in Flash.
Team based software development experience.
Experience successfully developing and shipping a product
Game development/prototype experience.
High proficiency in Flash/FlashBuilder/Actionscript 3.0 development.
Nice to Have Skills:
Unity development experience or comparable 3d engine development experience.
C++, C#, Java or similar modern, object oriented programming languages.
Proficiency with working with MySQL or other databases.
Familiarity working with Java-based web-services and tools: Tomcat, Hibernate,Spring, Maven, etc...
-We’re looking for hard workers who are competent, creative and know how to have fun.
an up-to-date resume
A portfolio of projects you have worked on/shipped (preferably games & UI)
We offer full dental/health coverage, employee stock options, and 401K plus matching. Overall, HitPoint is an awesome place to work, and we all look forward to hearing from you. If you'd like to be considered, email the abovementioned stuff to me, Shannon.
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