3 month contract with potential for extension
Salary negotiable based on experience
This short, part-time course (8 weeks) aims to introduce students to the basics of professional game development and assist them in growing strong fundamentals that will be vital to entering the industry as a programmer.
The course is made up of three components:
- Technical game development
- Professional skill development
- Work experience
Students should complete the course with strong fundamentals in object-oriented programming.
Code Coven is looking for a software engineer with experience working within the games industry to take the lead in instructing students.
Instructors are encouraged to be real, passionate, supportive and committed to helping marginalized developers achieve confidence in their workplace.
This is a short term 3-month contract with part-time hours, which has the potential for extension and additional hours with future courses.
- Foster an online teaching environment where participation and discussion is encouraged
- Lead and mentor a team of up to 13 developers in:
- Getting off the ground with code using Processing
- Development best practices
- Advanced Unity methodologies
- Act as the Team Lead and guide students through project planning and development
- Work closely with the Curriculum Director to ensure that the course is running smoothly and that the students are getting the most out of the curriculum
- Help develop the curriculum plan
- Commit to Code Coven’s code of support, advocacy and inclusion without judgment
- Work remotely, with core hours that are defined by the class’ time zones and availability
- Be a part of something intrepidly daring, changing the games industry for marginalized developers all over the world
- Experience in Processing and Unity
- Experience handling online classes
- Professional game development experience
- Good listener
- Team oriented
- Examples of mentoring or leadership
- Knowledge of diversity topics
- Knowledge of a wide variety of game development tools and topics