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jobby: Crowdwave Games, Lead Developer, Ottawa

November 16, 2010

CrowdWave is the world’s first mass-participation motion-controlled game platform. Our clients are some of the biggest teams in pro sports and we’re looking to add top talents to our creative roster. With 20+ thousand fans controlling your game every night, you’d better go big or go home.

We’re looking for people who want the challenge of creating premium content for some of the leagues’ leading teams, and developing video game entertainment for a platform at the leading edge.

We’re currently seeking a Lead Developer with experience in creation of quality content for the video game market to join our game development team in Ottawa.
Required Skills and Qualifications:
-Expert-level knowledge of HMTL/CSS/Javascript and Flash

-Web-savvy and thoroughly on top of the latest developments, events and standards within the web and game industries

-Ability to capture and define interaction via wireframes, specification documents, interactive prototypes or other methods as required by the project

-Strong technical ability to assess the possibilities and obstacles early on in project development

-Flexible and inventive in using different technologies, strong creative problem solving

-High-capacity producer and able to work on multiple projects if required

-Excellent at giving and receiving feedback throughout the project process

-Ability to train and mentor other Interactive Developers

-Good UI and visual design sense

-Knowledge of Visual Basic and C++

-Diploma in Game Development, Interactive Development (or equivalent)

-Commercial (Games) Software Development experience.

-Proven track record of creating cutting-edge interactive projects


-Provide lead game engine design and integration for Flash development and Actionscript 3.0. Provide code optimization and game performance reviews and analysis.

-Integrate and optimize critical game play mechanics and algorithms

-Work hand-in-hand with a project team (game designers, engineers, producers) to develop & deliver new games and features while contributing to the planning of production.

-Working with others, define functional specs and non-functional requirements.

-Set objectives, supporting goals, timelines and milestones, then hit your marks.

-Complete game design documentation, write code, test code, optimize code, release code.

-Lead and actively participate in code reviews.


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