Melbourne

Gameplay Programmer

Playcorp is a seasoned game development studio based in Melbourne's CBD only a stones throw from the Yarra with amazing views. We work on a number of games for PC, Console and Mobile platforms . We work with some of the industry’s most noteworthy and experienced game developers, producers and artists.
Enjoy free coffees made by our in-house barista, friday nights drinks and a fun social environment.

Senior Games Programmer

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We are looking for a Senior Game Engineer at Two Moos, on a full-time temporary contract in our Melbourne, Australia office.

Who are Two Moos? We are glad you asked. We’re a skilled team of children’s digital content specialists, developing award-winning games & apps for kids and teens.

We’re proud to create fun, educational and innovative digital experiences with the world’s top children’s broadcasters and brands including Disney, Sesame Street, PBS KIDS and The Wiggles.

Community Manager (Contractor, part time)

Expressions of Interest – Community Manager
(Contractor, part-time)

This opportunity is for expressions of interest in a part-time role that would commence in January 2019 under a new entity. At this time, this position would only be open to applicants that can work on-site in Melbourne, Australia.

You would be part of a colourful, data-driven, creative team of game makers and marketers. You would play a key role in defining and launching a new brand for the business in early 2019.

About Lumi Interactive (Entity name TBC):

Studio Manager

Thu, 12/06/2018 - 10:55

Are you a talented people-person with serious organisational skills? League of Geeks is searching for someone to handle the day-to-day operations of our studio space and assist with our recruiting efforts as we scale our team. You’re committed to good vibes and team effectiveness through the harmony of people and process. In fact, you’ll be one of the most critical people in the studio, ensuring our (rapidly) growing team has the best work environment humanly possible, enabling them to focus on making games that set the world on fire.