Job: Lecturer, Games Design (RMIT Univerisity, Melbourne Australia)

The RMIT School of Media and Communication  (RMIT Univerisity, Melbourne Australia) seeks a Lecturer who will contribute to the teaching and research efforts of the Games Design discipline area. The Lecturer will be responsible for carrying out teaching activities and for maintaining and advancing their scholarly, research and/or professional capabilities relevant to the discipline.

Lecturer (Assistant Professor), Games Design


This position requires demonstrated ability to teach in the discipline area of games design and development in the Bachelor of Design (Games Design) program and significant industry experience in games development and programming. Applicants with expertise in one or more of the following areas are encouraged to apply – game software development, mobile/console game programming, design-oriented scripting languages, game design principles, plus working knowledge of one or more middle-ware environments (Unity, UE4).

The successful applicant will be skilled as a teacher, knowledgeable about games development, and demonstrate an ability to develop games through to an end product through a portfolio. The candidate should possess a demonstrated commitment to research and a collaborative work ethic.

You will have a doctorate or PhD within a field related to games development and programming and will be required to undertake activities in line with the university’s research strategy that emphasises relevant and applied research to advance scholarship and professional engagement.

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Applications close Sunday 11 October 2015. All applicants are required to provide a separate statement addressing the key selection criteria in addition to providing a resume and covering letter.


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