The Academy of Interactive Entertainment

Young Gunz - AIE Students for Hire

Jason Hill reports on his Screen Play blog of a new company set up by David Giles, head of Melbourne's Academy of Interactive Entertainment and former director of development at Melbourne House, for graduated AIE students who haven't been snapped up by local game developers to work on titles and gain some valuable experience in the process...

3D tutor job at AIE Melb

*** Update 14/2/2006. The contact details were incorrect and has now been fixed. If you applied for this position and haven't received a response, please try again!

3/2/2006 David Giles

The Academy of Interactive Entertainment Melbourne is growing and we are currently looking for a new 3D Max Tutor. The position is .5 so it allows the applicant to spend half of the week pursuing their own interests. The applicant must have at least five years experience with 3DS Max and be an excellent communicator.

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Maya Tutor Position at AIE Melbourne campus

The Academy of Interactive Entertainment, Australia's leading educator for the 3D graphics and game development industry is looking for a highly competent Maya tutor to teach our second year screen students. Applicants should have at least 5 years experience working with Maya. Teaching experience preferred. Resumes and folios should be sent to the Academy of Interactive Entertainment, level 8, 14 queens rd Melbourne or email them to aie.vic@aie.vic.edu.au

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Interactive industry leaders and educators join to benefit Australian students

Twelve leading interactive game industry organisations and the Academy of Interactive Entertainment today announced a jointly funded industry placements program as part of new initiatives in the AIE 2005 curriculum at the Australian Game Developers Conference held in Melbourne.

AIE's Head of School, Canberra, Mr Ian Gibson said "We're responding to industry demand and offering our own graduate employment program in conjunction with key developers in the games and 3D industries.

Interactive industry leaders and educators join to benefit Australian students

Twelve leading interactive game industry organisations and the Academy of Interactive Entertainment today announced a jointly funded industry placements program as part of new initiatives in the AIE 2005 curriculum at the Australian Game Developers Conference held in Melbourne.

AIE's Head of School, Canberra, Mr Ian Gibson said "We're responding to industry demand and offering our own graduate employment program in conjunction with key developers in the games and 3D industries.