Senior Game Designer – Contract

Posted On: June 22nd, 2017    Job Type: Part Time    Job Location: ,

About Jintronix
Rehabilitation is a struggle and staying motivated is a challenge. At Jintronix, we combine motion sensors with video games to transform physical therapy into a fun and interactive experience that empowers patients with poor mobility to reach their therapy goals.

This Position
We’re seeking a master designer with a passion for creating truly engrossing games to define the gameplay and reward systems that will be the foundation for our next generation platform.

• Guide the creative direction of the product in collaboration with the product team
• Define the core game mechanics for new games and reward systems that cut across all games
• Advise the team on level design needs and in recruiting junior game designers
• Identify and support in prioritizing opportunities to enhance player engagement
• Evangelize and educate the team in effective game design principles and practices, and promote engraining them in the company

• Deep experience and expertise designing game systems, including devising engaging core game mechanics and reward systems
• A keen understanding and clear vision for what it takes to make a game addictive, with players coming back to play over and over again
• 5+ years professional game design experience
• Excellent ability to clearly and concisely convey ideas and justify design choices
• Ability to develop and iterate simple game prototypes to refine designs
• Passion to challenge your design skills to the max

• The contract term (duration, full vs part time) can be negotiated

• $70,000-90,000 CAD salary (pro-rated)
• Join a highly-collaborative tight-knit small team
• Define the core design of new games that will transform patients’ lives

How to apply?
Send your CV and cover letter to email hidden; JavaScript is required with subject line: Senior Game Designer Application – [Your Name].
Interviews start in June so please send your application ASAP.

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