2D Unity Programmers, Animators Who Care About Earth: Want to come to Hawaii?

Discussion in 'Help Wanted (PAID ONLY)' started by Awairness Inc., Jan 3, 2017.

  1. Awairness Inc.

    Awairness Inc. New Member

    Jan 3, 2017
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    This is real, please only conscious and qualified professionals need apply...

    We are currently seeking 1-2 Talented Programmers (2D Unity) and 1 Animator who also have a desire to support conscious change in the world through gaming.

    Current Opportunity:

    Goal: Polished Demo for the first game of the oneNova Trilogy (www.awairnessinc.com) to pitch to VC's for a full build in-house OR pitch to larger commercial developers (these opportunities are part of an accelerator and expansive existing network of support).

    Location: Remote + Hawaii

    Duration: 14-20 Weeks

    Compensation: Salary + Stock Options in Game 1 of the Trilogy
    Benefits: Transportation + Room and Board in Hawaii (required 2 week stay minimum and 1 week of demo days in Silicon Valley)

    The larger project in Hawaii will begin in March but we are looking to begin work remotely immediately.

    We are a talented team of leaders, designers, and innovators seeking top talent + alignment with our vision (who you are matters) and are currently reviewing qualified applicants.

    Applications will close February 1st or sooner if we find the ideal fit.

    Please send your resume and portfolio to aaron@awairnessinc.com.

    Thank you and Aloha!

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