Mobile Game Development Intern

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International League of Awesomeness
 Virtual
Posted: March 25 2015
Company Location: Huntsville, AL
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 3 Part-time, Unpaid

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Description

The International League Of Awesomeness purpose is to help people to Unleash Their Inner Awesomeness. We use Inner Awesomeness to describe the unlock potential that lies within us all.

The Core Values of the company and its sister company, Living Against The River can remember by the acronym RICE.
R - Respect
I- Integrity - We say what we mean and do as we say
C- Creativity - Embracing the journey from different points of views and having fun at the same time.
E - Empowerment - Taking an opportunity to enrich the lives of ourselves and others to become better than they were before.

This position is for the video game division of the company. We have developed in a series called Da Spokesman and The Awesomeness League.
This position would require skills in mobile game development. As the company expands, we look to take the games from the computer platform and port them so that it can be played on the smart phones and tablets.

This is a part time position that is unpaid but the candidate could be considered for a paid role as the organization grows.

Responsibilities

- Coordinate with teams in the development of games to be ported to Android/Apple applications
- Contribute in improving functionality of the games

Requirements

- Have competency in IOS and/or Android development
- Understand how computers and software can increase efficiency
- Possess skills in analyzing, formulating, trouble-shooting, and synthesizing

Skills

Required - Mobile Game Development
Preferred - 3D animation, 2D Animation

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